World number one Reanne Evans was today formally awarded with an MBE for her services to women’s snooker at Windsor Castle.
Announced in October 2020 as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours, the award recognises her outstanding success on the World Women’s Snooker Tour over the past two decades, highlighted by her record 12 World Championship titles.
Everyone at World Women’s Snooker congratulates Reanne on this award and for her continued success in our sport.
Learn more about her award here.
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