As the 2018/19 World Women’s Snooker Tour reaches its midway point, today we highlight the achievements of a number of our talented Under-21 players who have set significant career milestones already this season.
Whether it be career-best performances or new career high rankings, it has already been a memorable season for several junior players who ...
The official world women’s rankings have been updated for the second time this season following victory for Reanne Evans at the European Women's Masters in Belgium last weekend.
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The WLBS world rankings operate on a rolling two-year basis, with points earned during 2016/17 ...
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 last weekend.
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The 11-time world champion and current world number two ...
Reanne Evans claimed her second title of the 2017/18 season with a 4-0 victory against Nutcharut Wongharuthai at the British Open on Sunday evening.
The 11-time world champion was in fine form throughout the day having earlier seen off Laura Evans and then world number four Rebecca Kenna with breaks of 103 and 102 in the semi-finals to reach her fourth ...
Hong Kong's Ng On Yee will become world number one for the first time when the WLBS world rankings are revised next week.
Following her 3-0 victory against Emma Parker
at the last 16 stage of the WLBS British Open this evening, the reigning world champion has already ensured that she will earn sufficient ranking points from the event held in Stourbridge, ...
Hong Kong's Ng On Yee has defeated Reanne Evans 4-1 to win the LITEtask UK Championship for a third time this evening in Leeds.
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The reigning world women's champion made a fast start to take the opening frame with a run of 44, before snatching the second on the black to double her ...
As the Paul Hunter Women’s Classic returns to the city of Fürth, Germany later this month, a number of the Tour’s younger players are preparing for their first taste of snooker action outside of the UK.
The tournament will be the first event of the 2017/18 World Women’s Snooker Tour and as in 2016, will be headlined by familiar faces including ...
Ladies Day returns to the Betfred World Snooker Championship on Wednesday 26th April 2017 at the Sheffield Winter Garden close to the Crucible Theatre.
This year marks the fifth staging of the day as World Snooker, in partnership with the WPBSA and World Ladies Billiards and Snooker, aims to encourage women to participate in snooker, as players, fans or ...