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Women’s Snooker Set For Thailand

World Women’s Snooker is set to witness its biggest week for a generation with the staging of two prestigious international competitions in Bangkok, Thailand. To be held at the spectacular Hi-End Snooker Club with the support of the Billiard Sports Association of Thailand and the World Snooker Federation, the event will be headlined by this… Read More

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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’s top four… Read More

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Sheffield To Stage Women’s Snooker Day

Women’s snooker will be showcased during the ongoing Betfred World Snooker Championship on Wednesday 1st May 2019 with activities taking place at the Sheffield Winter Garden across from the iconic Crucible Theatre. Previously held as Ladies Day, the newly rebranded Women’s Snooker Day aims to encourage women to participate in snooker at all levels, including… Read More

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Wongharuthai Makes Historic 147

Thailand’s Nutcharut Wongharuthai yesterday compiled a 147 maximum break for the first time in her career at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Thailand. The world women’s number eight ranked player completed the magical break during a practice match and it is believed that the break is the first ever 147 to be made by a… Read More

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Thailand To Host 2019 World Women’s Championship

World Women’s Snooker (WWS) and the World Snooker Federation (WSF) are today delighted to announce that two prestigious women’s snooker tournaments will be contested across seven days at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Bangkok, Thailand this June. The 38th staging of the iconic World Women’s Snooker Championship, won last year for a third time by Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee, will take… Read More

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Emma Parker – Shoot Out Is Massive Opportunity

Leading women’s snooker player Emma Parker believes the chance to play in this week’s BetVictor Shoot Out in Watford is a “massive opportunity.” Parker, Women’s World Under-21 Champion in 2017, is one of two female players in the field  alongside Reanne Evans. It will be the first time that women have competed in televised matches in… Read More

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First The Tardis, Now The Crucible?

By Shabnam Younus-Jewell This is the year the Doctor regenerated as a woman for the first time, landing in Sheffield and declaring: “Half an hour ago I was a white-haired Scotsman.” Well, the city’s very own Tardis that is the Crucible Theatre has seen plenty of steely Scottish men playing indomitable snooker over the years,… Read More

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World Women’s Snooker

WPBSA Statement We are today pleased to announce that World Ladies Billiards and Snooker will now be known as World Women’s Snooker (WWS) as the organisation continues to develop its strategy. This new name is instantly recognisable and completes a gradual transition which has seen the introduction of the World Women’s Snooker Tour and a… Read More

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On Yee Wins Australian Women’s Open

Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee captured her second ranking event title of the 2018/19 World Women’s Snooker Tour (WWST) season with a 4-2 final victory over compatriot Katrina Wan to win the Australian Women’s Open earlier today. View all results from the weekend at MySnookerStats The four-day tournament was held for the first time at the Mounties Club in Sydney with… Read More

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Evans Above at European Women’s Masters

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. The 11-time world champion and current world number two came into the tournament on the back of a surprise last 16 exit at last month’s UK Women’s Championship, but it was… Read More

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