Belgium’s Caty Dehaene returned to the World Women’s Snooker Tour at the European Women’s Masters in 2018 following a 15-year period following her previous competition.
Having reached the last 32 of the World Women’s Championship on her debut back in 1993, Dehaene has competed on the tournament on four further occasions, reaching the quarter-finals in 2003 before losing out to compatriot Wendy Jans.
To date she has won three side-event tournaments, first in 2019 when she defeated Jane O’Neill 2-0 to win the Seniors competition at the Belgian Women’s Open, before capturing both the Seniors and the Challenge Cup tournaments in Bruges a year later.
Away from the WWS circuit, Dehaene reached the final of the EBSA European Women’s Championship in 2018, losing out to Wendy Jans, having partnered her compatriot en eoute to lifting the European Team Championship a year earlier.
Caty is also an eight-time runner-up at the Belgian Women’s Championship.