The English Women’s Championship was restored to the national calendar in 2020 as the national championship for female players in our country.
The provisional dates for the 2021/22 English Women’s Championship have now been announced:
Learn how to enter EPSB competitions and how to become an EPSB member this season via WPBSA SnookerScores.
- The 2022 English Women’s Snooker Championship is open to all female players
- Event entries close two Mondays before the event starts at midday (1200)
- The championship will be played and completed across one weekend
- The championship will initially feature round robin groups (open draw / no seeding – minimum of four players in a group) followed by qualification into a knockout phase (which will be seeded)
- There will be a ‘Challenge Event’ for those that do not qualify
- Further details such as the length of matches will be decided by the EPSB closer to the event and may depend on the number of entries
Entry Fees and Prize Money
Semi-Finalists: £75 (each)
The 2020 competition was won for the first time by Hornchurch’s Emma Parker, who defeated Rebecca Kenna 2-0 at Barratts, Northampton.
View our full report for further information on Parker’s triumph.
Information regarding the 2020/21 season event will be released in due course.
2020 – Emma Parker – Report / Results
2016 – Reanne Evans
2011 – Tina Owen-Sevilton
2010 – Hannah Jones