Snooker Blog Category: Women’s

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Thailand to Host 2019 World Women’s Championship

World Women’s Snooker (WWS) and the World Snooker Federation (WSF) are today delighted to announce that two prestigious women’s snooker tournaments will be contested across seven days at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Bangkok, Thailand this June. The 38th staging of the iconic World Women’s Snooker Championship, won last year for a third time by Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee, will take… Read more »

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The 2019 WSF Championships have been CANCELLED

The World Snooker Federation (WSF) has announced today that the 2019 Championships, earlier moved from Dubai to Beijing, have now been cancelled. Travel difficulties at short notice have been cited as the main reasons for the cancellation. The 2019 World Women’s Snooker Championship will take place “some time in the next few months” as part… Read more »

Belgian Women's Open Winners

Evans wins again in Belgium

Reanne Evans claimed her 3rd title of the season having already won the European Women’s Masters and the Eden Women’s Masters, by beating her main rival Ng On Yee in the final. Both finalists had to survive last frame deciders in their semi-finals with Evans edging Wendy Jans and Ng setting up the final with… Read more »

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World Women’s Snooker set for Bruges

Bruges to Host Belgian Women’s Open World Women's Snooker are to stage the Belgian Women's Open in the city of Bruges in Belgium in February 2109. The venue for the event will be The Trickshot, which was the venue for the WDBS Begian Open in March 2108. For the full story see the WWS post... Read more »
Reanne Evans wins Eden Masters

Reanne Evans Wins Eden Masters Title

Reanne Evans defeated Rebecca Kenna 4-0 to win the Eden Women’s Masters for a fifth time in Gloucester last weekend pic: WLBS Click here for the full story on www.womenssnooker.com On there you can also - View all results from the weekend at MySnookerStats View the updated world rankings View the updated world under-21 rankings... Read more »