Entries are now open for the 2016 LITEtask UK Ladies Championship which will take place from 8-9 October 2016 at the Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds.
The event will be the second tournament of the 2016/17 WLBS Women’s World Ranking Series following last month's Paul Hunter Ladies Classic. In 2015 it was world number two Ng On Yee
who defeated seven-time ...
The WLBS world rankings have been updated for the first time during the 2016/17 season following Ng On Yee
’s victory at the Paul Hunter Ladies Classic last weekend.
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By securing her third career WLBS ranking title in Germany, the 25-year-old has closed the gap to beaten finalist Reanne Evans, although the world ...
Ng On Yee
won the first ever Paul Hunter Ladies Classic last weekend with a 4-1 victory against world number one Reanne Evans at the Stadthalle, Germany.
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The pair met in the final of a WLBS event for the third time in 2016, Evans having come out at the Classic and World Championship events at the end of last season.
World Ladies Billiards and Snooker (WLBS) has today announced its provisional calendar for the 2016/17 Women’s World Ranking Series.
For the first time since 1995 the Eden Ladies World Championship will be held outside of the UK, at the Lagoon Billiard Room in Toa Payoh, Singapore.
The season will begin with the Paul Hunter Ladies Classic, a new ...
Reanne Evans won the WLBS Eden Resources World Championship for the 11th time by beating Ng On Yee
6-4 in the final in Leeds.
Evans won the tournament ten consecutive times from 2005 to 2014, until her run ended last year when she lost to Hong Kong’s On Yee in the semi-finals. The 30-year-old from Dudley has now regained the crown.
The 2016 Eden Resources World Ladies Championship in Association with Northern Snooker Centre will be held between 31st March and 5th April in Leeds.
Staged by the sport’s newly restructured governing body, World Ladies Billiards and Snooker (WLBS), the event is arguably the most eagerly anticipated edition of the sport’s biggest tournament ...
Reigning WLBS world ladies champion Ng On Yee
was named ‘Best of the Best’ at the prestigious Hong Kong Sports Star Awards on Monday evening.
On Yee, who became world champion for the first time in her career last April, emerged victorious at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai, from an initial field of 34 candidates ...
Reigning world ladies snooker champion Ng On-Yee has qualified to take up a place in the qualifying rounds of this year’s Betfred World Snooker Championship.
On-Yee, 25, from Hong Kong, became the first non-British winner of the World Ladies Snooker Championship last year and is now set to play in the sport’s biggest event at Ponds Forge ...