World Women’s Snooker is set to witness its biggest week for a generation with the staging of two prestigious international competitions in Bangkok, Thailand.
Thailand’s Nutcharut Wongharuthai yesterday compiled a 147 maximum break for the first time in her career at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Thailand.
Reanne Evans beat rival Ng On Yee 4-1 to claim the Belgian Women’s Open on Sunday at The Trickshot in Bruges.
Reanne Evans has won the Eden Women’s Masters after a 4-0 triumph over Rebecca Kenna in the final at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester on Sunday. The Englishwoman, who enjoyed a bye into the knockout phase of the tournament, didn’t lose a single frame throughout her four victories[Read More…]
Ng On Yee beat countrywoman Katrina Wan 4-2 to claim the inaugural Australian Women’s Open in Sydney on Sunday. The all-Hong Kong clash was a tight affair but Ng’s experience eventually told with breaks of 66 and 55 helping her over the winning line at the Mt. Pritchard and District[Read More…]
Getting under way today in Sydney is the inaugural Australian Women’s Open with Ng On Yee and Reanne Evans featuring in a new 24-woman tournament. With women’s snooker continuing to grow over the last few years, the WLBS will be hoping for a successful staging in a new territory as[Read More…]
England’s Reanne Evans lifted her first silverware of the 2018/19 World Women’s Snooker Tour season with a 4-1 victory against Nutcharut Wongharuthai in the European Women’s Masters on Sunday. The 11-time world champion and current world number two came into the tournament on the back of a surprise last 16[Read More…]
Ng On Yee’s recent dominance of the women’s game continued at the weekend as she kickstarted her 2018/19 campaign by successfully defending the LITEtask UK Women’s Championship in Leeds. The world champion, who was seeded through to the last 16 of the competition, edged Suzie Opacic in a tight initial[Read More…]
The draw and format for this weekend’s LITEtask UK Women’s Snooker Championship has been released with defending champion Ng On Yee and former world number one Reanne Evans seeded through to the last 16. On Yee beat Evans 4-1 in last year’s final, spearheading a tremendous season on the women’s[Read More…]