Michelle Brown

Brownie

Two-time Ranking Event Semi-Finalist

Highest Ranking

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WWS Debut

1988

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Bio

One of the longest-serving players on the World Women’s Snooker Tour, Michelle Brown has been a regular competitor since her debut in 1988.

Michelle is a two-time ranking event semi-finalist having reached the last four at the 1994 James Brooks Classic and 2000 British Open, losing out to Kelly Fisher on both occasions.

She has won also won three side-event competitions, most notably at the 2015 UK Championship where she defeated Sharon Kaur to claim the trophy.