The remaining 22 hopefuls will fight for their tournament lives to see if they have what it takes to become the new European Women’s Snooker Champion.
The stage is set for the Ladies to battle it out for silverware in the individual heat. Latvia’s Prysazhnuka secured the first seed, with Russia’s Sirotina at the other end of the bracket. Curiously, pre-tournament favourites, Jans of Belgium and Vasiljeva of Latvia, are both looking at a potential quarterfinal clash after the seeding took place. Ireland’s Sherwin, Germany’s Stateczny, France’s Vialard, Belarus’ Toumilovitch, Russia’s Nechaeva and Bulgaria’s Nikolova have also booked a place directly in the last 16.
Tomorrow morning will see the last 22 play out, with 10 players battling their way to progress to the last 16.