The 22-year-old, who plays on the World Women’s Snooker Tour defeated the two-times handicap winner Ivan Astin.
Astin has appeared in the final seven times before and is also the club’s division two Byfleet league champion.
Both came through a tough field of opponents to contest the final.
Jasmine has been playing in different events since returning to the World Women’s tour after graduating from uni and making a return to competitive snooker last year.
After the 2021 season ending, she has been getting some top local practice in at Woking and the surrounding areas.
The New season of the Women’s tour gets underway next month with the UK Women’s Championship in Leeds.
Woking’s handicap tournament provides great experience for all abilities of its players and members and a growing number of players from outside the club have expressed interest in playing there as the club continues with its regeneration process.
So far Club Manager Peter Ruddick has been overseeing the erection of new lighting on its 20 tables, regular updates on cloths and the new carpets in the bar and pool area.
Coaching is also available on request.
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Contact Peter Ruddick if you want to become a member and play in the tournament.