20 Results for tag: Nutcharut Wongharuthai

On Yee On Top In Bruges

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. View full tournament information 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 ... More

Evans is the Master in Coulsdon

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. View all event information at snookerscores.net View the updated world ranking list Held for the first time at Frames Sports Bar in Coulsdon, the event saw 30 players of 12 nationalities - ... More

November on the Baize

Today we look ahead to November on the baize with several prestigious titles set to be contested across tournaments organised by World Snooker and the WPBSA Group. Here we preview all of the upcoming action both on the professional tour and various amateur circuits over the weeks ahead. View the latest provisional seedings list View the provisional ... More

Maximum Mink Wins First Ranking Title

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. View tournament information 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 ... More

Evans is Queen of the Crucible

World number one Reanne Evans has won the inaugural Women's Tour Championship title at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. View full results from the event 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 ... More

World Women’s Snooker Announces 2019/20 Calendar

We are today pleased to announce our provisional calendar of events for the 2019/20 World Women’s Snooker Tour. View our 2019/20 calendar of events 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 ... More

World Women’s Snooker Rankings Review 2018/19

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 ... More

Evans Wins Record 12th World Championship Title

England's Reanne Evans has won the World Women's Snooker Championship for a record-extending 12th time following a 6-3 victory against Thailand's Nutcharut Wongharuthai in Bangkok this evening. The world number one has had to watch Hong Kong's Ng On Yee lift the trophy during each of the past two years since her last success in 2016 but this time was ... More

Women’s Snooker Stars Set to Compete at Crucible Theatre

World Women’s Snooker (WWS) will return to Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre this August for the all-new Women’s Tour Championship event. To be staged as part of this year's ROKiT World Seniors Snooker Championship, the invitational tournament will take place across one session from 10:00am on Saturday 17th August. The event will feature the world... More

Mink Makes Maximum Break

Thai talent Nutcharut Wongharuthai has today compiled a 147 maximum break for the first time in her career at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Thailand. The world number eight (also known as 'Mink') completed the magical break during a practice match, a perfect split on the bunch of reds from the third black paving the way for what would prove to be ... More