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Billiards - 03. February 2009.

Evans heads to The South Coast Ladies Classic


 

WOMEN’S snooker star Reanne Evans heads to Eastbourne on Saturday keen to regain her world number one spot.

 

Queen of the South Emma Bonney, the three-time and reigning women’s world billiards champion from Cosham, Hampshire, dethroned Evans after beating June Banks in the British Open final at Newmarket last November.

 

At Eastbourne last season, Bonney, 32, won her first ever WLBSA ranking event.

 

Ronnie O’Sullivan’s 26-year-old cousin and world number four Maria Catalano, world number three Katie Henrick, from Bickley, Kent, and world number five Banks from Orpington, Kent, join Evans and Bonney as favourites for the event. 

 

The South Coast Ladies Classic is the fourth of six WLBSA ranking events this season. Following the Connie Gough National Championship in Luton in March, Cambridge Snooker Centre hosts the World Championships in April. Evans will be bidding for a record fifth straight world title.

 

WLBSA South Coast Ladies Classic

Saturday, February 7, 2009

The Q Ball Snooker Club

126-134 Seaside

Eastbourne

BN22 7QP

 

Confirmed entries:

 

Name

Town

Maria Catalano

Dudley, West Mids

Katie Henrick

Bickley, Kent

Emma Bonney

Portsmouth

Reanne Evans

Dudley, West Mids

June Banks

Orpington, Kent

Chris Sharpe

Chelmsford

Jenny Poulter

Maidstone

Eva Palmius

Isleham, Cambs

Martina Lumsden

Eastbourne

Hannah Jones

Derby

Vicky Ashby

Hemel Hempstead

Joanne Davies

Derby

Marianne Williams

Smallfield, Surrey

Gaye Jones

Melksham, Wilts

Maureen Logan

Wallsend, Tyne & Wear

Jan Hughes

St Neots, Cambs

Laura Alves

Dublin

Sue Selby

Haywards Heath

Wendy Jenkins

Worthing

Stacey Hancock

Burgess Hill

Supanni Yam-oum

Canterbury

 

WLBSA provisional rankings

 

Pos

Name

Town

Pts

1

Emma Bonney

Portsmouth

420

2

Reanne Evans

Dudley, West Mids

415

3

Katie Henrick

Bickley, Kent

405

4

Maria Catalano

Dudley, West Mids

400

5

June Banks

Orpington, Kent

340

6

Chris Sharpe

Chelmsford

252

7

Suzie Opacic

Brambridge, Hants

229

8

Jenny Poulter

Maidstone

201

9

Eva Palmius

Isleham, Cambs

183

10

Hannah Jones

Derby

172

11

Martina Lumsden

Eastbourne

162

12

Vicky Ashby

Hemel Hempstead

162

13

Joanne Davies

Derby

155

14

Marianne Williams

Smallfield, Surrey

141

15

Tina Owen-Sevilton

Taunton

127

16

Pam Wood

Newcastle

115

17

Sarah Smith

Sheffield

100

18

Maureen Logan

Wallsend, Tyne & Wear

96

19

Gaye Jones

Melksham, Wilts

87

20

Georgina Holloway

Derby

73

21

Charlotte Holloway

Derby

68

22

Jan Hughes

St Neots, Cambs

56

23

Malgorzata Sikorska

Poland

50

24

Michelle Marinova

Bulgaria

38

25

Laura Alves

Dublin

34

26

Mary Hawkes

Eaton Bray, Beds

29

27

Naomi Clare

Ripley, Derbys

17

 

Next ranking events:

 

Connie Gough National Championship

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Rileys

Unit 2 Britannia Estate
Leagrave Road

Luton

LU3 1RJ

Tel: 01582 731315

 

2009 World Championship

April 4-9, 2009

Cambridge Snooker Centre

Coldhams Road

Cambridge

CB1 3EW

Tel: 01223 249661

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