Nutcharut Wongharuthai, known as Mink on the circuit, secured a dramatic triumph in the 2022 Women’s World Snooker Championship on Monday in Sheffield.
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Reanne Evans has crashed out of the 2022 Women’s World Championship after a 4-1 defeat to Wendy Jans on Sunday in Sheffield.
Reanne Evans and Ng On Yee remain on course for a final showdown in the 2019 Women’s World Championship after easing through the group stages in Thailand.
The 2019 Women’s World Snooker Championship has begun at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Bangkok on Thursday.
Reanne Evans beat rival Ng On Yee 4-1 to claim the Belgian Women’s Open on Sunday at The Trickshot in Bruges.
Teenager Chang Bingyu has won the IBSF World Championship after an 8-3 victory over He Guoqiang in an all-Chinese final in Myanmar. Chang, who lost to He in the last four of the IBSF World Under-18 Championship, bossed the showdown for glory at the Grand Mercure Hotel in Yangon. The[Read More…]
World Ladies Billiards and Snooker (WLBS) announced the first staging of the European Women’s Masters on Thursday. To be held at the De Maxx club in Neerpelt, Belgium, the tournament will take place over three days in October and feature the world’s best women players, each vying for ranking points[Read More…]
The inaugural WSF Championships are gathering momentum as both the World Women’s Championship and the WSF Seniors Championship have reached the knockout phase in Malta. Irish duo Michael Judge and John Farrell impressed in the round-robin of the Seniors event, winning all of their matches with ease to both be[Read More…]
The group stage draws for the first two tournaments to take place at the inaugural WSF Championships have been announced. 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[Read More…]
Pankaj Advani has won the IBSF World Amateur Championship for a third time after beating Amir Sarkhosh 8-2 in the final in Qatar. The Indian, who also won the tournament in 2003 and 2015, was one of the pre-tournament favourites and duly delivered again on the big stage to record[Read More…]