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Reanne Evans

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Everything You Need To Know About 2003 World Women's Snooker Championship

 

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Reanne Evans' Surprise Pick For the Welsh Open 2020

 

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Women Can Play Snooker - HotSnooker Shots

 

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12 x Ladies World Snooker Champion Reanne Evans

 

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Reanne Evans reacts to 11th world title

Reanne Evans is an English former professional snooker player who now competes as an amateur. She is a multiple WLBSA Ladies World Snooker Champion, a title she won a record ten successive times between 2005 and 2014, before losing to Ng On Yee in the semi finals in 2015. She played on the main professional snooker tour during the 2010–11 season, but she failed to win any matches and was unable to retain her place on the tour in subsequent seasons. In May 2013, she qualified for the 2013 Wuxi Classic as an amateur competitor, becoming the first woman ever to reach the final stages of a ranking snooker tournament. She became one of four players selected to play against local opponents in a wildcard round, where she lost 2–5 to Zhu Yinghui.
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