Zoe Killington

Four-time Ranking Event Last 16

Highest Ranking

16 (November 2022)

WWS Debut

2018

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Bio

England’s Zoe Killington made her debut on the World Women’s Snooker Tour aged just 12 at the 2018 Eden Women’s Masters in Gloucester.

In 2019 she reached the last 16 stage of a ranking event for the first time at the UK Championship, when she defeated Annette Lord before losing out to eventual champion Reanne Evans.

Killington has since gone on to repeat the feat on multiple occasions, notably at four of her first five tournaments since the resumption of competition following the coronavirus pandemic.

She has also enjoyed success on the junior circuit, climbing as high as number two on the Under-21 ranking list and reaching no fewer than three finals from 2021-22.

The youngster also reached the final of the Challenge Cup at the 2021 UK Championship, ultimately losing out to Thailand’s Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan.