Snooker Blog Category: Women’s

Australian Women’s Open

Australian Women’s Open 2019

The WWS Australian Women’s Open runs from 17-20 October at the Mounties Club, Sydney. The tournament features 25 players from 6 countries, but none of the UK or European women have made the trip. You can follow the progress of the event using the WPBSA Tournament Manger by clicking on the button below. The players,… Read more »


Rebecca Kenna is the Hong Kong World Women’s Masters 2019 Champion

Rebecca Kenna, ranked world number 3 and owner of Cue Sports Yorkshire, was recently invited to take part in the Hong Kong World Women’s Masters 2019. Despite early scares in the group stages, Kenna rallied as the tournament progressed and came away with the trophy! There were 16 invitees including the top five women in… Read more »

Eden Women's Masters 2019

Eden Women’s Masters Entry Details

Entry is now open for the 2019 Eden Women’s Masters, to be held at Frames Sports Bar from 23-24 November. Won last year for a record fifth time by England’s Reanne Evans, the event will include a main tournament, as well as side-events for Under-21 and Seniors players (subject to entries). There will also be… Read more »

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Frames Sports Bar to Host Eden Women’s Masters

World Women’s Snooker (WWS) have announced that this season’s Eden Women’s Masters will be held at Frames Sports Bar in Coulsdon for the first time. The third ranking competition of the 2019/20 World Women’s Snooker Tour season will take place at Frames Sports Bar in Coulsdon on 23-24 November 2019. Mandy Fisher, WWS President said:… Read more »

Reanne Evans and Mandy Fisher

Evans Claims Record Ninth UK Crown

Reanne Evans has defeated Maria Catalano 4-2 to capture the UK Women’s Snooker Championship for a record-extending ninth time at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. The victory sees the world number one maintain her current 11-month unbeaten run on the World Women’s Snooker Tour, which has now seen her claim seven consecutive titles and is her first… Read more »