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Sheffield to Host 2022 World Women’s Snooker Championship

World Women’s Snooker (WWS) is today delighted to announce that the World Women’s Snooker Championship is set to return to the Tour calendar next February. The biggest prize in women’s snooker will be contested at the city of Sheffield, widely regarded as the home of snooker. The event will be held at the Ding Junhui… Read More

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Perfect Ten For Evans

Reanne Evans won the UK Women’s Snooker Championship for a record-extending tenth time with a 4-0 victory against Rebecca Kenna in Leeds. View final results and standings via WPBSA SnookerScores Top seed Evans was among a strong field at the first event staged by the World Women’s Snooker Tour since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic… Read More

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Mandy Fisher Honoured By WWS

The World Women’s Snooker Championship Trophy has been named after Mandy Fisher, founder and currently President of World Women’s Snooker (WWS) in recognition of her 40 years service for women’s snooker. The announcement was made to the players present at the UK Women’s Snooker Championship earlier today, with the stunning trophy – which has been fully resilvered… Read More

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World Women’s Snooker Tour Returns

Tournament information for this weekend’s UK Women’s Snooker Championship is now available: Player list (all events) Main event: Group stage draw Main event: Knockout draw –  TO FOLLOW GROUP STAGES Under-21: Knockout draw Seniors: Knockout draw Match schedule (all events) The ranking tournament marks the return of the World Women’s Snooker (WWS) Tour to the fantastic… Read More

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Kenna Wins English Crown

World number four Rebecca Kenna captured her first EPSB title on Sunday evening as she defeated Mary Talbot-Deegan in the final of the English Women’s Open at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. View all match results and standings View photos at our Facebook page Held as part of the 2020 Finals weekend, delayed due… Read More

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World Women’s Snooker Set for 40th Anniversary

Next month marks a special milestone for World Women’s Snooker (WWS) as they prepare to celebrate a 40th anniversary and those who have helped to shape the women’s game. Read more about the history of the WWS Tour It was on the 31 July 1981 that following a period of uncertainty with regards to the future… Read More

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New Website For World Women’s Snooker

World Women’s Snooker (WWS) is today excited to announce the launch of its new website which represents the home of women’s snooker online, containing a wealth of information about the women’s tour past and present. Developed as part of a wider WPBSA Group strategy to refresh its online media output, the website contains a wealth… Read More

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Trailblazer Evans Proud Of MBE

Reanne Evans admits that to be awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours is one of the proudest moments of her life. Dudley’s 34-year-old Evans, the 12-time Women’s World Champion, becomes the second female player to receive an MBE, after Vera Selby. “When my manager called me and said ‘I’ve got some news’ it… Read More

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Reanne Evans Receives MBE

Reanne Evans, snooker’s most successful ever female player, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Women’s world number one Evans, age 34, becomes the second female player to receive an MBE, after Vera Selby. During her 18-year career on the World Women’s Snooker Tour, Dudley’s Evans has established herself as the circuit’s all-time… Read More

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Women’s Snooker Day 2020

This year’s Women’s Snooker Day activity will take place on Wednesday 29 April, run by World Women’s Snooker. As with Disability Snooker Day, (organised by sister organisation World Disability Billiards and Snooker), the event will run online following the postponement of this year’s professional World Snooker Championship in Sheffield due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A… Read More

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