In the final she beat compatriot Maria Catalano 5-2 to pocket the £800 winner's cheque. Catalano got £400 as runner up.
Catalano recorded the highest break in the event, a 94 in the group stages.
It was a record fifth world title in a row for Evans. In 2005 she defeated Lynette Horsburgh (Scotland) 6-1, in 2006 she beat Emma Bonney (England) 5-3, in 2007 she won 5-3 over Katie Henrick (England) and last year she beat Emma Banks (England) 5-3.
By capturing the title she also ended the season on top of the WLBSA official rankings.
June Banks (England) beat countrywoman Jenny Poulter 3-0 in the seniors final. 12-year-old Hannah Jones (England) retained the juniors title by defeating Joanne Davies (England) 2-1 in the final.
Jones also teamed up with Jaique Ip Wan In (Netherlands) to beat Chris Sharpe (England) and So Man Yan (Hong Kong) 2-1 in the ladies doubles.
Evans and Michael Holt (England) won the mixed doubles event, beating another English pair, Leah Willett and Joe Perry, 3-2 in the final.
In the final of the english billiards event Emma Bonney (England) retained her crown be beating Chitra Magimairaj (India) 272-118.
This championship is organized by the World Ladies Snooker & Billiards Association. It must not be confused with the IBSF World Championship. Evans is a also the defending champion in that event.
The tournament was played at the Cambridge Snooker Centre, Cambridge, England, 4-9 April, 2009.
- Official page
- World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association
- Evans on top of the world (Global Snooker)
- Evans wins World Championship (Eurosport)
- High Five for Evans (World Snooker)
- Here Come the Girls (Snooker Scene blog)
- Emma was too good: Chitra (The Hindu)
- 2009 Update (Hannah Jones)
- Reanne Evans (Wikipedia)
- Reanne Evans (Official page)
- Reanne Evans is new world snooker champion (2006 Ladies World Championships)
- Reanne Evans defends World Snooker Championship (2007 Ladies World Championships)
- Reanne Evans captures fourth straight World Ladies Snooker Championship (2008 Ladies World Championships)