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Rebecca Kenna

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    11 January 1989
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Career highlights

2016: Plays on the World Women’s Tour for the first time, and reaches the semi-finals of the World Women’s Championship.
2017: Reaches her first women’s ranking final at the Connie Gough Trophy, notably beating Reanne Evans in the semi-finals.
2018: Beats Evans again in the women’s UK Championship, before losing to Ng On Yee in the final.
2019: Wins the Hong Kong Women’s Masters, knocking out Nutcharut Wongharuthai, Wendy Jans and finally China’s Bai Yulu 4-1.
2021: Wins her first major title on home soil at the 2021 EPSB English Women’s Open, defeating Mary Talbot-Deegan 3-1 in the final. Scores a 4-3 win over John Pritchett at Q School, making a break of 92 in the deciding frame.
2022: Earns a place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time by finishing in fourth position in the end of season World Women’s Snooker (WWS) Tour rankings.