2015 World Women's Under-21 Champion
Former world under-21 champion Jasmine Bolsover returned to the World Women’s Snooker Tour in November 2021, having initially competed from 2010-17 from the age of just 10.
The talented player from Woking is a two-time world ranking event semi-finalist (2012 UK Championship, 2016 Connie Gough Trophy), who achieved a career-high ranking of number 11 in 2016.
In 2015, she completed a rare double at the 2015 World Women’s Snooker Championship when she won both the Under-21 and Challenge Cup side-tournaments, as well as the Under-21 competition at the Connie Gough Trophy during the same year.
Since her return to the Tour in 2021, Bolsover has achieved the best result of a quarter-final at the 2022 Eden Women’s Masters, defeating fifth seeded Jamie Hunter in the last 16 before losing out 3-1 to fourth ranked Rebecca Kenna.
She also notably reached the last 16 stage of the 2022 UK Championship, where she came within a ball of a famous victory against reigning world champion Mink Nutcharut, only to eventually lose the match 3-2.