World Women’s Snooker Tour Events
Download the provisional calendar for the 2018/19 season HERE.
Please note that all dates are provisional and subject to change.
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The European Women’s Masters will run from 5-7 October 2018 at the De Maxx club in Neerpelt, Belgium. Enter the event online now Featuring the world’s best women players, the event will also run alongside the final stages of the professional D88.com European Masters tournament won last season by Judd Trump in nearby Lommel, allowing players the opportunity to watch the world’s top professionals in action when not competing. Owned by 12-time European champion Wendy Jans, the modern De Maxx…Find out more »
The Australian Women's Open 2018 will take place at the Mt Pritchard District and Community Club, known as “Mounties” in Sydney, Australia from 25-28 October 2018. The event entry form is now avaiable to download at the Australian Billiards and Snooker Council website The tournament is the third event of the 2018/19 World Women's Snooker Tour and the first ever WLBS ranking event to be held in Australia. The event will be sponsored by Mounties and will carry a total…Find out more »
The Eden Women's Masters will return to the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester, England on the weekend of 24-25 November 2018. Last year's event was won by Ng On Yee following a dramatic 4-3 victory against Reanne Evans in the final. Further information, including the full entry pack will be released closer to the event.Find out more »
The Festival of World Women's Snooker will return to the Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds in March-April 2019. The five-day event will provisionally include the following events: World Women's 10-Red Championship World Women's 6-Red Championship World Women's Under-21 Championship World Women's Seniors Championship World Women's Pairs Championship World Mixed Pairs Championship The 2018 Festival saw Reanne Evans claim a triple success with victories in the 6-Red, 10-Red and Women's Pairs events (with Maria Catalano), as well as Under-21 champion Nutcharut Wongharuthai…Find out more »