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    WORLD number 27 Ben Woollaston teamed up with Yana Shut, from Belarus, to claim the Mixed Pairs title during the women’s world championships at the Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds.

    Wendy Jans, the current IBSF world and European champion from Belgium, recorded a break of 102 in the semi-finals.

    RESULTS (BREAKS)

    PRELIMS: Reanne Evans & Michael Holt (53) beat Anna Prisazhnuk & Gareth Allen 3-0, Diana Schuler & Jamie Bodle (54) beat Laura Alves & Thomas Ward 3-0, Yana Shut & Ben Woollaston beat Maria Catalano (33) & Andrew Scott 3-1, Anita Maflin & Kurt Maflin (62) beat Nastya Toumilovitch & Ian Glover 3-0, Wendy Jans (41) & Jamie Clarke beat Tatjana Vasiljeva & Dave Grace (36) 3-0.

    QUARTER-FINALS: Evans (47, 69) & Holt (30, 73) beat Schuler & Bodle (53) 3-1, Shut & Woollaston beat Irina Gorbataya & Oliver Lines 3-0, Jessica Woods & Peter Lines (42) beat Hannah Jones & Sanderson Lam 3-1, Jans & Clarke (44) beat Maflin & Maflin 3-1.

    SEMI-FINALS (£110 for each losing team): Shut & Woollaston (59, 68, 96) beat Evans (60) & Holt (56) 3-1, Jans (102) & Clarke beat Woods & P Lines 3-1.

    FINAL (£250/£180): Shut & Woollaston (33) beat Jans (31) & Clarke 3-0.

    Tim Dunkley (WLBSA press officer and World Snooker coach)

    Follow all the action from Leeds at www.wlbsa.com/
    http://www.snooker-coach.co.uk

  • #2
    THE favourites are safely through the group stages of the women's world championship in Leeds.

    Below is the line-up for tomorrow's (Monday's) first knockout round. Matches kick off at 9.45am.

    LAST-16: Reanne Evans v Nastya Toumilovitch, Jaique Ip Wan In v Anna Prisazhnuk, Wendy Jans v Yana Shut, So Man Yan v Vicky Carter, Ng On Yee v Laura Evans, Hannah Jones v Tatjana Vasiljeva, Maria Catalano v Irina Gorbataya, Jessica Woods v Emma Bonney.

    Australian Jessica Woods recorded the highest break of 79 during the round-robin group stages. Maria Catalano's 73 was the second best. Reanne Evans made five runs of more than 50.

    GROUP-STAGE BREAKS

    Jessica Woods: 79, 25, 24, 22, 21.
    Maria Catalano: 73, 51, 49, 41, 36, 33, 28, 26, 23.
    Reanne Evans: 69, 62, 60, 55, 51, 41, 40, 38, 36, 26, 22.
    Carmelita Yumito: 69, 27, 26, 22.
    Wendy Jans: 65, 62, 47, 42, 30, 27.
    Ng On Yee: 47, 45, 37, 20.
    Chitra Magimairaj: 46, 22, 21.
    Jaique Ip Wan In: 38, 29, 25.
    Alena Asmolava: 33.
    Tatjana Vasiljeva: 32, 28, 22.
    Emma Bonney: 32, 26, 25.
    Laura Evans: 32, 24, 24, 22, 22, 22.
    Hannah Jones: 30, 28, 28, 24, 24, 21.
    Vicky Carter: 30.
    Anita Maflin: 29.
    Katrina Wan: 27, 23, 22.
    Irina Gorbataya: 27, 20.
    So Man Yan: 25, 24.
    Revanna Umadevi: 25, 23.
    Anna Prisazhnuk: 25, 23, 22, 21, 21, 20.
    Yana Shut: 25.
    Gaye Jones: 23.
    Nastya Toumilovitch: 22.
    Jenny Poulter: 22.

    Tim Dunkley (WLBSA press officer and World Snooker coach)
    http://www.snooker-coach.co.uk

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    • #3
      MONDAY'S Seniors, Plate and Under-21 draws below:

      Interesting semi-final in the Under-21s: defending champion Hannah Jones against Australian Jessica Woods, the recently crowned Oceania women's champion.

      PLATE

      PRELIMS: Alena Asmolava v Anita Maflin, Laura Alves v Diana Schuler, Elizabeth Black v Gaye Jones, Katrina Wan v Carmelita Yumito, Revanna Umadevi v Natallia Kazlouskaya. Byes: Jenny Poulter, Sharon Kaur, Ellie Jones.

      UNDER-21S

      SEMI-FINALS: Ellie Jones v Yana Shut, Jessica Woods v Hannah Jones.

      SENIORS

      PRELIM: Carmelita Yumito v Chitra Magimairaj.

      QUARTER-FINALS: Jenny Poulter v Prelim winner, Revanna Umadevi v Gaye Jones, Laura Alves v Sharon Kaur, Natallia Kazlouskaya v Alena Asmolava.
      http://www.snooker-coach.co.uk

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      • #4
        KNOCKOUT RESULTS

        LAST-16 (£100): Reanne Evans beat Nastya Toumilovitch 3-0, Jaique Ip Wan In beat Anna Prisazhnuk 3-2, Wendy Jans beat Yana Shut 3-0, So Man Yan (44) beat Vicky Carter 3-2, Ng On Yee beat Laura Evans 3-0, Tatjana Vasiljeva beat Hannah Jones (39) 3-2, Maria Catalano (39, 30) beat Irina Gorbataya 3-1, Emma Bonney beat Jessica Woods 3-0.

        QUARTER-FINALS (£200): R Evans (30, 56, 65) beat Ip Wan In 4-0, Jans (31, 56) beat So 4-1, Ng v Vasiljeva, Catalano v Bonney.

        SEMI-FINALS (£400): R Evans v Jans,

        FINAL (£1,500/£1,000):

        PLATE

        PRELIMS: Anita Maflin beat Alena Asmolava 2-0, Diana Schuler (20) beat Laura Alves 2-0, Gaye Jones beat Elizabeth Black 2-0, Katrina Wan beat Carmelita Yumito 2-0, Revanna Umadevi beat Natallia Kazlouskaya 2-0.

        QUARTER-FINALS: Maflin beat Schuler 2-1, Jenny Poulter beat G Jones 2-0, Wan beat Sharon Kaur 2-0, Umadevi (41) beat Ellie Jones 2-1.

        SEMI-FINALS: Poulter beat Maflin 2-0, Wan (27) beat Umadevi 2-1.

        FINAL (£80/£50): Poulter beat Wan 3-0.

        UNDER-21S

        DERBY teenager Hannah Jones defeated Yana Shut (Belarus) 3-1 to retain the Under-21 crown.

        The 17-year-old had beaten Australian star Jessica Woods, the 2014 Oceania women’s champion, 2-0 in the last-four.

        RESULTS

        SEMI-FINALS: Yana Shut beat Ellie Jones 2-0, Hannah Jones beat Jessica Woods (30) 2-0.

        FINAL (£40/£20): Jones beat Shut 3-1.

        SENIORS

        PRELIM: Chitra Magimairaj (66) beat Carmelita Yumito 2-1.

        QUARTER-FINALS: Magimairaj beat Jenny Poulter 2-1, Revanna Umadevi beat Gaye Jones 2-0, Sharon Kaur beat Laura Alves 2-0, Alena Asmolava beat Natallia Kazlouskaya 2-0.

        SEMI-FINALS: Magimairaj beat Umadevi 2-0, Asmolava beat Kaur (27) 2-0.

        FINAL (£125/£75): Magimairaj beat Asmolava 3-0.

        LADIES PAIRS

        HONG Kong pair Ng On Yee and So Man Yan retained their Ladies Pairs title with a 3-1 victory over Reanne Evans and Anita Maflin.

        RESULTS

        PRELIMS: Ng On Yee & So Man Yan beat Jessica Woods & Diana Schuler 2-0, Maria Catalano & Tatjana Vasiljeva beat Yana Shut & Natallia Kazlouskaya 2-0.

        QUARTER-FINALS: Hannah Jones & Wendy Jans (34) beat Jaique Ip Wan In & Katrina Wan 2-0, Ng & So beat Nastya Toumilovitch & Irina Gorbataya 2-0, Reanne Evans & Anita Maflin beat Catalano & Vasiljeva 2-0, Laura Alves & Carmelita Yumito beat Sharon Kaur & Alena Asmolava 2-1.

        SEMI-FINALS (£80 for each losing team): Ng & So beat Jones & Jans 2-0, Evans & Maflin beat Alves & Yumito 2-0.

        FINAL (£200/£120): Ng & So beat Evans & Maflin 3-2.
        Last edited by snookerdad; 22nd April 2014, 12:08 PM.
        http://www.snooker-coach.co.uk

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        • #5
          REANNE Evans is the women’s world snooker champion for a record tenth successive year.

          Players from 13 countries descended on Leeds in a bid to dethrone the Queen of Ladies’ Snooker but left paying homage to the 28-year-old who has reigned for a decade.

          Evans, from Dudley, West Midlands, defeated two-time IBSF world champion Ng On Yee (Hong Kong) 6-0 in the final of the £5,000 Eden Resources World Championship at the Northern Snooker Centre.

          And in what the boxing fraternity might describe as a unification match-up, the World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association (WLBSA) champion accounted for Wendy Jans, the current IBSF world and European champion from Belgium, 4-2 in the last-four.

          Emma Bonney (Portsmouth) knocked out world number one Maria Catalano 4-2 in the last-eight before going out 4-3 to Ng.

          The World Championship was the centerpiece of The 2013/14 Eden Resources Festival of Snooker (and Billiards) in Association with Northern Snooker Centre.

          Elsewhere, Derby teenager Hannah Jones defeated 16-year-old WLBSA debutante Yana Shut (Belarus) 3-1 in a thrilling match to retain the Under-21 crown.

          Jones, 17, had accounted for Australian star Jessica Woods 2-0 in the last-four.

          Woods, the 2014 Oceania women’s champion impressed players and spectators with her performance throughout the event. The WLBSA thanked her for making the long trip and looks forward to seeing her again.

          India’s Chitra Magimairaj clinched the Seniors trophy at her first attempt.

          The 41-year old compiled a 66 break in the preliminary round against Carmelita Yumito (Brazil), saw off defending champion Jenny Poulter, beat her compatriot and former champion Revanna Umadevi, and defeated Alena Asmolava (Belarus) 3-0 in the final.

          Poulter (Maidstone) had the consolation of collecting the Plate trophy. Ten-year-old Derby schoolgirl Ellie Jones, competing in only her second WLBSA event, won her first ever frame in a 2-1 quarter-final defeat by Umadevi.

          Hong Kong pair Ng On Yee and So Man Yan completed a hat-trick of Ladies Pairs titles with a 3-1 victory over Reanne Evans and Anita Maflin.

          World number 27 Ben Woollaston teamed up with Shut to claim the Mixed Pairs. Jans recorded a break of 102 in the semi-finals.

          KNOCKOUT RESULTS

          LAST-16 (£100): Reanne Evans beat Nastya Toumilovitch 3-0, Jaique Ip Wan In beat Anna Prisazhnuk 3-2, Wendy Jans beat Yana Shut 3-0, So Man Yan (44) beat Vicky Carter 3-2, Ng On Yee beat Laura Evans 3-0, Tatjana Vasiljeva beat Hannah Jones (39) 3-2, Maria Catalano (39, 30) beat Irina Gorbataya 3-1, Emma Bonney beat Jessica Woods 3-0.

          QUARTER-FINALS (£200): R Evans (30, 56, 65) beat Ip Wan In 4-0, Jans (31, 56) beat So 4-1, Ng beat Vasiljeva 4-2, Bonney beat Catalano 4-2.

          SEMI-FINALS (£400): R Evans (68) beat Jans 4-2, Ng (33, 37, 48) beat Bonney (33, 40) 4-3.

          FINAL (£1,500/£1,000): R Evans beat Ng 6-0.
          http://www.snooker-coach.co.uk

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          • #6
            So they got a century break. How often does that happen in women's snooker?
            王可

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            • #7
              Ten-year-old Derby schoolgirl Ellie Jones, competing in only her second WLBSA event, won her first ever frame in a 2-1 quarter-final defeat by Umadevi


              It was funny to watch her go sit on her mum's knee after playing a shot.

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