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Billiards - 11. November 2013.

Evans eyes the Eden Resources Masters

NINE-time women’s world snooker champion Reanne Evans has shrugged off last month’s rare defeat and set her sights on this weekend’s £2,000 Eden Resources Masters.
Evans, knocked out of the UK Championship by Hong Kong star Ng On Yee, hopes to return to winning ways at the World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association ranking event at Cambridge Snooker Centre.
“Everybody loses at some point,” said the 28-year-old from Dudley, West Midlands.
“I just focus on the next event and I’m looking forward to hopefully coming back with the Eden Masters title.”
But she added: “My game needs to improve on the last event.”
Among the 18-strong field are two-time IBSF women’s world champion Ng and world number one Maria Catalano. Ng beat Catalano in the UK final.
Round-robin group matches kick off at 10.30am on Saturday. The top two from each group qualify for the quarter-finals which start at 10am on Sunday. Non-qualifiers will compete in the Plate competition.  
£2,000 Eden Resources Masters
November 16/17
Cambridge Snooker Centre
Coldhams Road
Tel: 01223 249661
Maria Catalano (Dudley, West Mids)
Reanne Evans (Dudley, West Mids)
Emma Bonney (Portsmouth)
Ng On Yee (Hong Kong)
Jaique Ip Wan In (Hong Kong)
Yu Ching Ching (Hong Kong)
So Man Yan (Hong Kong)
Tatjana Vasiljeva (Latvia)
Vicky Carter (Sandy, Beds)
Hannah Jones (Derby)
Laura Evans (Neath Port Talbot)
Sharon Kaur (Birmingham)
Jenny Poulter (Maidstone, Kent)
Laura Alves (Dublin)
Marianne Williams (Smallfield, Surrey)
Eva Palmius (Isleham, Cambs)
Chris Sharpe (Chelmsford)
Gaye Jones (Melksham, Wilts)

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