Christine Carr from Kildare has taken the number 1 Spot on the National Intermediate Snooker Ranking list at the end of the 2022-2023 Season

Christine first took the number 1 spot after the 2016-2017 season and retained her number 1 spot the following season.  She dropped to 6th after the 2020-2021 season and made it back up to 3rd at the end of the 2021-2022 season and now is back in the number 1 spot for the 4th time in the history of Intermediate snooker rankings since its inauguration in 2014.

A fantastic achievement for the Kildare woman who is so dedicated to her cue sports.

Again like all previous seasons on the National Intermediate snooker tour, we had successful events well attended.  Since 2014 when we began the National Intermediate Snooker tour we have had 374 females play on tour, unprecedented participation at this level and we continue to grow each season with the exception of a few years out due to covid-19

A number of changes from last season, shows Stephanie Foley (Carlow) drop from number 1 spot to 8th, out of competition due to injury but held kept within the top 8 by season’s end.  Tina Keogh (Offaly) went from 2 to 6 on the rankings while Christine Carr (Kildare) moved back into number 1 for the 4th time after climbing back from 3rd last season.

Jennifer Earle (Dublin) retained her 4th place and Louise Maher (Kilkenny) moved into the top 4 after a 5th place last season into 3rd making great advances in the two seasons on tour.  Also making ground is Joanna Ward (Kildare) up to number 2 from 6th place last time round   Carrie Randle (Wicklow) only dropped two places from 7th to 9th while twin sister Megan Randle who is the current National Intermediate Snooker Champion remained in 9th place.

Grushenka Arnold (Dublin) made it to 5th place after a good second season on tour and having made it to 12th last time round showing great improvement over the season.  Newcomers on tour, Katie Kiernan (Louth) and Jackie Trulock (Dublin) have stepped straight into the top 16 after good results with a win for Katie and a runner up spot in events during the season  to hold 13th and 14th places respectively

Valerie Maloney (Laois) is down from 8th to 12th place, Suzanne Randle (Limerick) is down from 10th to 15 spot and Emirjeta Doda (Dublin) retains her 11th place.  Michelle Morris (Donegal) is down to 16th spot from 13th and Elizabeth Lynch (Offaly) is up to 7th spot from 14tha last season a good result for her.  Nafeesa Naz (Dublin) is down from 15th to 17th place and Laura Hughes (Limerick) is also out of the top 16 down from 16th to 18 place.

We thank everyone who participated on the National Intermediate Snooker Tour for the 2022-2023 Season and we look forward to seeing you all again when the 2023-2024 season kicks off at the end of April 2023.



RK Name County Tot
1st Christine Carr Kildare 8300
2nd Joanna Ward Kildare 7700
3rd Louise Maher Kilkenny 5900
4th Jennifer Earle Dublin 5000
5th  Grushenka Arnold Dublin 4800
6th  Tina Keogh Offaly 4500
7th Elizabeth Lynch Offaly 3700
8th Stephanie Foley Carlow 3600
9th Megan Randle Wicklow 2500
10th Carrie Randle Wicklow 2200
11th Emirjeta Doda Dublin 1800
12th Valerie Maloney Laois 1800
13th Katie Kiernan Louth 1500
14th Jacqueline Trulock Dublin 1700
15th Suzanne Randle Limerick 1000
16th Michelle Morris Donegal 1000
17th Nafeesa Naz Dublin 1000
18th Laura Hughes Limerick 1000
19th Celine Chelariu Kildare 1000
20th Aoife Williams Kildare 1000
21st Lucy Corcoran Kildare 1000
22nd Catherine Moshkov Kildare 1000
23rd Sophie Lawlor Kildare 1000
24th Fiona Carr Kildare 1000
25th Emma Daly Kildare 1000
26th Abbie Thompson Kildare 1000
27th Jessica Beatty Kildare 1000
28th Kirsty Curtis Kildare 1000
29th Chloe Carey Kildare 1000
30th Alex Murane Kildare 1000
31st  Abbie Fay Kildare 1000
32nd Orla Daffy Kildare 1000