Evans Scores East Anglian Championships

Evans Scores East Anglian Championships
World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association

by Tim Dunkley

Reanne Evans has extended her remarkable unbeaten run on the women’s snooker circuit to 46 matches with victory in the East Anglian Championship.

A 3-0 win over Portsmouth ’s Emma Bonney in the final at Cambridge Snooker Centre on Saturday, October 10, wrapped up the 23-year-old’s 19th World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association (WLBSA) ranking title.

Reanne Evans has extended her remarkable unbeaten run on the women’s snooker circuit to 46 matches with victory in the East Anglian Championship.

Reanne Evans has extended her remarkable unbeaten run on the women’s snooker circuit to 46 matches with victory in the East Anglian Championship.


“I didn’t really give her a shot,” admitted the undisputed world number one. “I played solid; I only missed one ball.”

The defending champion, who did not drop a frame all day, compiled a 51 in a 3-0 victory against Newcastle’s Pam Wood and eased past world number four Katie Henrick, from Kent, by the same score in the semifinals.

Since a 3-2 defeat by Maria Catalano in the Connie Gough finals in Luton on March 1, 2008, Evans, from Dudley, has collected the winners’ trophy in the last ten WLBSA singles events she has entered with a record of 146 frames for and only 17 against.

Derby schoolgirl Hannah Jones defeated eight-time German national champion Natascha Niermann 2-1 in the Plate semifinals and outgunned world number five Eva Palmius 2-1 in the finals.

Derby schoolgirl Hannah Jones defeated eight-time German national champion Natascha Niermann 2-1 in the Plate semifinals and outgunned world number five Eva Palmius 2-1 in the finals.


However, there is a glimmer of hope for the chasing pack ahead of next month’s British Open in Newmarket .

If—and it’s a big if—the three-time IBSF world champion and five-time WLBSA world champion can find a sponsor in time, she will be in Hyderabad, India, for the 2009 IBSF World Championships.

The East Anglian Championship was the second of six ranking events on the WLBSA 2009-2010 tour.

Derby schoolgirl Hannah Jones defeated eight-time German national champion Natascha Niermann 2-1 in the Plate semifinals and outgunned world number five Eva Palmius 2-1 in the finals.

The 13-year-old also picked up the junior title, accounting for Swindon ’s Jodie Symes, 15, 2-0 in the final.
Palmius, from Isleham, Cambs, defeated Eastbourne ’s Martina Lumsden 2-0 in the seniors’ final.

WLBSA provisional snooker rankings 2009/10:

Pos Name Town

Pts

Sponsor
1 Reanne Evans Dudley, West Mids

520

2 Maria Catalano Dudley, West Mids

410

3 Emma Bonney Portsmouth

385

4 Katie Henrick Bickley, Kent

370

180poker.com
5 Eva Palmius Isleham, Cambs

236

6 Chris Sharpe Chelmsford

210

7 Suzie Opacic Brambridge, Hants

191

Kara Accountants
8 Jenny Poulter Maidstone

165

9 June Banks Orpington, Kent

150

10 Gaye Jones Melksham, Wilts

149

11 Hannah Jones Derby

137

Wytech + The Q Room
12 Martina Lumsden Eastbourne

130

13 Marianne Williams Smallfield, Surrey

112

14 Joanne Davies Derby

102

Wytech
15 Vicky Ashby Hemel Hempstead

99

16 Tina Owen-Sevilton Taunton

98

17 Jodie Symes Swindon

74

18 Pam Wood Newcastle

67

19 Natascha Niermann Germany

59

20 Jan Hughes St Neots, Cambs

56

21 Naomi Clare Ripley, Derbys

56

22 Stacey Hancock Burgess Hill

55

23 Maureen Logan Wallsend, Tyne & Wear

53

Fine Arch Cues
24 Laura Alves Dublin

25

25 Georgina Holloway Derby

24

26 Supanni Yam-Oum Canterbury

17

27 Mary Hawkes Eaton Bray, Beds

17

28 Charlotte Holloway Derby

12

29 Rita Holmes Minehead

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