Karen Corr is a professional pool and former snooker and English billiards player representing Northern Ireland, and was inducted in the BCA Hall of Fame in 2012.
|Born||November 10, 1969, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland|
|Nickname||The Irish Invader|
Billiards player whose career spanned over two decades and was inducted into the BCA Hall of Fame in 2012.
She was encouraged to play snooker by her father as a teen, and played in her first tournament at age 15.
She won a silver medal at the 2001 Women's Nine-ball World Games.
She and her brother lived in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland until moving to England at age eight.
She was one of the leading snooker players in the UK, much like her male counterpart Steve Davis.
- Jack McLaughlin - Jack McLaughlin is a Northern Irish former professional snooker and billiards player. McLaughlin is most notable for winning the 1988 Irish Professional Championship.
- Snooker players from Northern Ireland
- World champions in English billiards
- Female pool players
- Female snooker players
- World Games silver medalists
Latest information about Karen Corr updated on May 07, 2021.