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English Women’s Tour

The EPSB Women’s Tour is open to all female players in England.

The best performing players across the season will be considered for international selection at events including the EBSA European Women’s Championship.

2021/22

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

  • Event One – 2 October 2021 (Liverpool)
  • Event Two – 3 October 2021 (Liverpool)
  • Event Three – 11 December 2021 (King’s Lynn)
  • Event Four – 12 December 2021 (King’s Lynn)
  • Event Five – 29 January 2022 (Fareham)
  • Event Six – 30 January 2022 (Fareham)

Learn how to enter EPSB competitions and how to become an EPSB member (free for female players) this season via WPBSA SnookerScores.

Tournament Information

  • The 2021/2022 EPSB Women’s Tour is open to all women players
  • Event entries close two Mondays before the event at midday (1200)
  • Each event will be straight knockout. No seeding / open draw
  • No limit on the number of entries per event, although the EPSB has the right to limit and/or close entries early if they deem it necessary
  • All matches up to and including the quarter-finals are the best of 3 frames. Semi-finals and the final will be the best of 5 frames.
  • Please note – the EPSB has the right to change the format and length of matches should there be logistical issues.
  • The draw for each event will be done and published a few days before it commences.
  • Players will earn ranking points relating to their results at events – ranking points schedule here
  • An updated ranking list will be published after each weekend
  • At each event there will be ‘challenge’ competition which will be open to all players that have lost their first match (this includes those who have received byes or a walkover – meaning all players are guaranteed at least two matches per day)
  • Challenge events will be the best of 1 frame up to and including the semi-finals. The final will be the best of 3 frames
  • Challenge events will have no ranking points attached to them

Entry Fees and Prize Money

Entry: £25

Winner: £150

Runner-Up: £75

Semi-Finalists: £35 (each)

Highest Break: £25 (prize only eligible for the main event)

 

Challenge Winner: £40

Challenge Runner-Up: £20

Previous Winners

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