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In recent years, the World Women’s Snooker Tour has become one of the most cosmopolitan series of events in our sport with players from across the globe regularly competing in our tournaments.
One region in particular that has played a significant role in the internationalisation of the tour has been Hong Kong, with several players based at ...
Today we look back on a 2019/20 World Women’s Snooker Tour season which has seen some fantastic snooker played across the globe by the world’s leading female players.
Of course, the end of the season has not concluded in the way that we would have liked with the unavoidable postponement of both the Festival and World Championship tournaments due to ...
Ng On Yee
has defeated Reanne Evans 4-2 in a reverse of last year's final claim her first ranking title of the season at the Belgian Women's Open in Bruges.
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The victory represents a first ranking event triumph of the season for Asia's number one player and ends a ranking title drought that had stretched back to the ...
Reanne Evans won the Eden Women’s Masters title for a record-extending sixth time last weekend following a 4-2 defeat of Ng On Yee
in London, England.
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Held for the first time at Frames Sports Bar in Coulsdon, the event saw 30 players of 12 nationalities - ...
Nutcharut Wongharuthai has defeated Ng On Yee
4-2 in the final of the Australian Women’s Open to capture her first-ever ranking event title on Sunday.
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Held for a second time at the Mounties venue in Sydney, Australia, following last year’s inaugural event, the competition saw 24 players battle it out to become ...
While there may be a few more weeks to wait until the start of the next ranking event on the World Snooker Tour, that does not mean that September is a quiet month ahead with several tournaments to be contested during the coming month. Here we preview all of the upcoming action both on the professional tour and various amateur circuits over the weeks ...
World number one Reanne Evans has won the inaugural Women's Tour Championship title at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
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The event saw the world's top four ranked players Evans, Ng On Yee
, Rebecca Kenna and Nutcharut Wongharuthai take to the baize as women's snooker returned to the home of the snooker for the first ...
The Australian Women’s Snooker Open will return to Sydney from 17-20 October 2019 following its successful first staging last season.
Organised by the Australian Billiards and Snooker Council (ABSC) and World Women’s Snooker (WWS), the event will again be staged at the Mt Pritchard District and Community Club, known as ‘Mounties’ in the ...
We are today pleased to announce our provisional calendar of events for the 2019/20 World Women’s Snooker Tour.
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As during last season, world ranking tournaments will be held in England, Australia, Belgium and Thailand, with the showpiece World Women’s Snooker Championship set to return to the Hi-End Snooker ...
Following her record 12th world title success last week at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Bangkok, England's Reanne Evans consolidated her grip on top spot in the world ranking list following her incredible six-title season.
But what have been the other significant movements during a season which has seen the total number of ranked players grow from 87 to ...