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English Women’s Championship

The English Women’s Championship was restored to the national calendar in 2020 as the national championship for female players in our country.

2021/22

The provisional dates for the 2021/22 English Women’s Championship have now been announced:

  • 19-20 March 2022

Learn how to enter EPSB competitions and how to become an EPSB member this season via WPBSA SnookerScores.

Tournament Information

  • The 2022 English Women’s Snooker Championship is open to all female players
  • Event entries close the Mondays before the event starts at midday (1200)
  • 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) 
  • The 2022 championship will be completed during the weekend of the 19th & 20th March
  • There will be a ‘Challenge Event’ for those that do not qualify for the knockout rounds
  • 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 

Format for 2022 Championship

  • The players are randomly drawn into two round robin groups. The draw is done on the morning of the event. All round robin matches are the best-of-three frames.
  • The top two players from each group will qualify for the semi-final knockouts. The winner of Group A will play runner-up of Group B and the winner of Group B will play the runner-up of Group A.
  • The round robins will be played and completed on Saturday.
  • On Sunday, the knockout rounds and the Challenge Event will be played and completed.
  • The semi-finals of the main event will be the best-of-five frames, the final will be the best-of-seven frames.
  • There will be a Challenge Event for the players that did not qualify for the knockout rounds.
  • Those that finish third in the groups will be ‘seeded’ into the semi-finals of the Challenge Event, whilst the prelims will feature Group A fourth-placed player v Group B fifth-placed player and the Group B fourth-placed player v Group A fifth-placed player.
  • All matches in the Challenge Event are the best-of-three frames.
  • The English Women’s Snooker Championship dress code consists of long-sleeved shirt or blouse, waistcoat, trousers or skirt and shoes for throughout the tournament. Please note, bow-ties/ties are optional.

Entry Fees and Prize Money

Entry: £30

Winner: £200

Runner-Up: £100

Semi-Finalists: £75 (each)

Challenge Winner: £50

Challenger Runner-Up: £25

2021/22

The 2022 competition was won for the first time by Keighley’s Rebecca Kenna, who defeated Jamie Hunter 4-3 at Frames Sports Bar, Coulsdon.

Previous Winners

2022 – Rebecca Kenna – Report / Results

2020 – Emma Parker – Report / Results

2016 – Reanne Evans

2011 – Tina Owen-Sevilton

2010 – Hannah Jones