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Women’s and Seniors WSF Championships Draws Announced

The group stage draws for the first two tournaments to take place at the inaugural WSF Championships have been announced.

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The WSF Championships will conclude with its flagship mixed gender event.

Hosted by the World Snooker Federation, in conjunction with the Malta Billiards and Snooker Association at the Dolmen Hotel from March 14th to 24th, the event will offer the world’s best amateur players the chance to compete on the professional tour.

The Championships will begin with the 37th staging of the WLBS World Women’s Snooker Championship and the first-ever WSF Seniors Championship.

Both events are scheduled to run across four days, with knockout rounds following the group stage action.

The Women’s World Championship will see the world’s best players. including defending champion and current world number one Ng On Yee, as well as 11-time champion Reanne Evans and Belgium’s Wendy Jans, battle it out for the top prize.

As well as taking home the trophy and a top prize of €6,000, the champion will also earn her place at the qualifying rounds of this year’s professional World Championship qualifiers in Sheffield.

In the Seniors event, serial winner Darren Morgan from Wales heads an experienced field, all looking to become the first ever WSF Seniors champion and win the €6,000 first prize.

The top two players from each group will progress to the knockout stages of both competitions, with the best four group winners seeded straight through to the quarter-finals.

Eight players from both the Women’s and Seniors events will qualify to play in the group stages of the flagship WSF Championship, which will begin on the 18th of March.

Visit www.worldsnookerfederation.org to learn more about the organisation and access the latest news from the WSF Championships.

View the draw for the World Women’s Snooker Championships

View the draw for the WSF Seniors Championship

Press Release.



Creator of SnookerHQ and a journalism graduate, David has been actively reporting on snooker since 2011. He has been published in national publications and has appeared on BBC World News and on talkSPORT radio as an analyst.

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