DUDLEY'S Reanne Evans has claimed her 10th Ladies' World Snooker Title.

The former Bishop Milner Catholic School pupil beat Hong Kong's Ng On Yee 6-0 on Tuesday.

Players from 13 countries competed for the title at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds in a bid to get the better of the 28-year-old who had won the contest for the previous nine years.

However, they were all once again left in Evans' shadow as she extended her domination to a decade.

She previously became the first female qualifier for the main stages of a ranking event by beating Thepchaiyah Un-Nooh at the Wuxi Classic last June.