2023: UK Women’s Championship Preview – Starts Tomorrow…

2023: UK Women’s Championship Preview – Starts Tomorrow…

The 2023 Taom UK Women’s Championship begins tomorrow with the star-studded line-up set to take place in Leeds at The Northern Snooker Centre.

With 45 entries in place for the women’s second top annual event, the groups have been announced, with Groups A – J representing a significant mix of youth and experience with 45 players from 11 different countries.

The star-studded line-up includes Reanne Evans, Rebecca Kenna, World no 1 Mink Nutcharut, Bai Yulu of China, Emma Parker, who has been fearless in the Exhibition circuit, Woking’s Jasmine Bolsover, and Hong Kong’s On Yee who plays next week as one of the first women to play in the 900 Season 2 along with a list of rising female stars.

On Yee Ng made the highest break of last season’s UK Women’s Championship as she racked up an impressive 97 break in the competition and made 6 breaks over 50.

Reanne Evans and On Yee met in the final last season with Evans pipping On Yee to the post by one frame 4 – 3.

With Mink Nutcharut going into the event this season as the World no 1, the Thailand star has a great chance to pick up the title this time.

There is also the Seniors event with Tessa Davidson well in the running for the title, as well as the Challenge Cup and the U-21.

Tessa Davidson was the Seniors Champion from that event and defeated Sarah Dunn 2 – 0 in the final of 10 entries.

This UK Women’s Championship 2023 sees 45 up from 38 entries last season.

Another of Thailand’s rising stars Ploychompoo defeated Chloe Payne 2 – 0 in the Under-21 final.

From the WWS website, it reads: ”

Mink Nutcharut, Ng On Yee and Rebecca Kenna all return to action following their appearances at the US Open last month, where Nutcharut toppled On Yee in the final to reclaim the world number one ranking.

It has been a strong start to the campaign for the Thai player, who has also won each of the two opening events at the EPSB’s Winchester Women’s Open Series in recent weeks, while four-time UK champion Ng On Yee also won two matches at the latest event of the WPBSA Q Tour in Sweden only last weekend.

Good luck to everyone competing in the event this season in Leeds, UK. Follow the action on Snookerscores.net.




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