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Tessa Davidson Wins Winchester Grand Finals

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Tessa Davidson defeated Mink Nutcharut 3-1 to win the Winchester Women’s Open Series Grand Finals on Sunday.

Davidson, who dominated the campaign by winning four of the eight regular season events, secured the overall success in impressive fashion by dropping just two frames in five matches and also compiling the tournament high break of 96 during the group stage.

The Grand Finals of the inaugural Winchester Women’s Open Series season saw the top eight players in the ranking list competing for glory at The Winchester Snooker Club.

Breaks of 96, 84 and three further visits over 30 saw the reigning World Women’s Seniors champion get off to a strong start with comfortable victories over Connie Stephens and Chloe Payne, before an impressive whitewash victory over former World Women’s champion Mink secured top spot in the group.

In the semi-final Davidson faced Chrissy Allwood, who won the final regular season event at The Winchester, but the 55-year-old proved too strong as she stormed into the final with a 3-0 victory.

There, she would once again face Thailand’s Mink, who had overcome former World Snooker Tour professional Rebecca Kenna 3-0 in the last four to reach the title match.

The first two frames of the final were shared, as Mink hit a 46 break to level the scoreline after losing the opener. Davidson then pulled away, however, taking the final two frames of the day to secure the title with a 3-1 victory.

EPSB would like to thank everyone at the The Winchester Snooker Club, Mukesh Parmar and former world champion Shaun Murphy for their support with the Winchester Women’s Open Series.