Britain's new darts star Fallon Sherrock will donate her winning board to a charity that supports her autistic son.
She is auctioning it off to raise money for the National Autistic Society – a cause “close to her heart” as it supports her five-year-old, Rory.
The arrows star, 25, made history by becoming the first woman to beat a man at the PDC World Championship on Tuesday.
Fallon, from Milton Keynes, Bucks, does not drink booze because of kidney problems developed after she gave birth.
Her medication caused her face to swell up, which led to trolls abusing her online after seeing her in the BDO worlds on TV.
But the defiant mum, who was a professional hairdresser until four years ago, says it made her stronger and “more determined”.
“It made me stronger, it made me mentally stronger.
“It made me want to do something more in my game. It made me more determined if anything.
“I’ve bounced back from that. For me that’s in the past now.”
Fallon came back from behind to stun Ted Evetts 3-2 at London’s Alexandra Palace.
The mum - the fifth woman to play in the event - was cheered by the raucous crowd throughout the contest.
She won £7,500 in prize money after winning the first round and now faces Austrian Mensur Suljovic in the second round on Saturday night.
The winner of the overall tournament will land a £500,000 prize.
Fallon admitted it had not been easy looking after her son.
She said: “Definitely it’s hard. I think he loves it, he loves the fact I play darts.
“I think he’s going to be really proud of me.
“He watched it last night, he’s so happy.”
She reflected on what it means for other women as she opened up about the pressure placed on her.
Fallon said: “I’m so happy.
“I have always had the game but us women have never had the opportunity to prove it.
“I just proved to myself and everyone else that us women can play darts against men and beat them.
“There was a lot of pressure. When I was playing, I just forgot all about it, all about the making history, and I just played my game.
“I just focused on it and forgot about winning.
“I can’t put it into words. I felt emotional because I just couldn’t believe what I’d done.”
Fallon went on to beat GMB presenter Piers Morgan at a match, getting 41 to his 22.
She later tweeted that she was putting the match board up for auction for the charity which is “very close to my heart”.
Fallon was one of only two female players at the tournament, up against 94 men.
The other, Japan’s Mikuru Suzuki, took James Richardson to a deciding leg before losing 3-2 on Sunday.
Fallon began playing in her teens and quickly joined the England youth team before being crowned the WDF World Cup 2011 Girls Singles Champion when she was just 17.
She continued to cut hair in the first years of her sporting career, then won the Girls World Masters and the Women’s Jersey Open the next year.
The right-handed thrower reached the final of the women’s BDO World Darts Championship when she was only 20 in 2015.
Legendary darts player Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor tweeted: “What a fantastic achievement last night by @Fsherrock great for the game now onto the next one brilliant.”