The magnificent Hi-End Snooker Club in Thailand will be the setting for the inaugural Women’s World Cup from 17-19 June and will feature 17 teams representing countries from across the globe.
The format will be the same as the World Snooker World Cup to be held later this month in China with two-player teams contesting a combination of singles and doubles frames.
Latest results and group standings can be seen at
The no.1 seeding is the English pairing of Reanne Evans and Rebecca Kenna.
Later this week sees the start of the World Women’s Snooker Championship as previewed earlier.