The Republic of Ireland Ladies Snooker Association are nearing the half way of the 2019-2020 Tour Season, with vital spots to gain within the top 16 in order to qualify for the 2020 Intermediate National Championship along with qualifying for some new International Team and Individual events that will be confirmed early 2020 up for grabs, our players will be aware of the importance of participation in the events ahead.

After events 1 & 2 along with the National U21’s and National Special Needs Championships the Ranking landscape has changed for many players on the tour.

This is where players have now got to make their mark on the Intermediate Tour in order to finish within the top 16 to qualify for these events in 2020.

Jennifer Earle from Dublin has made great progress currently holding number 1 spot for the first time ever while Christine Carr from Kildare is in 2nd place followed by Sileena Ennis from Kildare also making her highest ever place in 3rd place while Emirjeta Dada from Dublin sits in 4th spot.

Newcomer to the tour this season, Joanna Ward is in 5th spot which is a great result for her.  New players completing the top 8 respectively are Naomi Moore, Celine Chelariu and Aoife Williams all from Kildare.

In at 9th place is first timer Niamh Barrett while Roisin Beale has dropped down from number 1 provisionally to 10th, making it to 11th is Aoibheann Kearney also new to the tour with Katie French holding 12th place.  Carrie Randle our current National Intermediate Champion is in 13th spot while former Champion Valerie Maloney is 14th place, 15th and 16th places are also held by new players Fiona Carr and Jessica Beatty, great results for them.

Down from the top 16 for the first time is current National U21 Champion Megan Randle at 22nd and Rachael Bradley 3 times National Special Needs Champion is at 25th place.  Suzanne Randle is out of the top 16 after two seasons is now 30th place followed by Tina Keogh a former Intermediate National Champion who is down at 35th.

All is not lost for these players as they have many opportunities to get back into the top 16 by seasons end.

Our next event is the Ladies Leinster Masters National Ranking 3 which will include Intermediate Ranking 3 of the season at Celbridge Snooker Club Saturday 16th November 2019

TOP 32 PROVISIONAL INTERMEDIATE RANKED PLAYERS TO DATE

Ranking Name Club/School Tot Tot
1st Jennifer Earle Dublin 4400 2
2nd Christine Carr Sharkx Newbridge, Kildare 4300 3
3rd Sileena Ennis St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 3000 4
4th Emirjeta Doda Dublin 3000 3
5th  Joanna Ward Celbridge S.S., Kildare 3000 3
6th  Naoimi Moore St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 3000 2
7th Celine Chelariu St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 3000 1
8th Aoife Williams St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 3000 1
9th Niamh Barrett St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 3000 1
10th Roisin Beale Sharkx Newbridge, Kildare 3000 1
11th Aoimheann Kearney St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 3000 0
12th Katie French CYMS Newbridge, Kildare 3000 0
13th Carrie Randle Kilkenny 2500 6
14th Valerie Maloney Portarlington S.C. Laois 2500 2
15th Fiona Carr St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 2
16th Jessica Beatty St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 2
17th Abbie Thompson St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 1
18th Emma Daly St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 0
19th Kirsty Curtis St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 0
20th Ailish Murphy St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 0
21st Kerry Doran St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2500 0
22nd Megan Randle Kilkenny 2200 4
23rd Chloe Hutton St Laserians, Carlow 2000 4
24th Caroline O’Connor St Laserians, Carlow 2000 2
25th Rachael Bradley St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2000 2
26th Katelyn O’Reilly St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2000 2
27th Alex Murane St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2000 1
28th Candy Coaughwell St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2000 1
29th Orla Duffy St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 2000 1
30th Suzanne Randle Kilkenny 2000 1
31st  Zoe Smith St Laserians, Carlow 2000 0
32nd Leah Shortt St Laserians, Carlow 2000 0