the fourth WSA World Tour title of her career after winning theTour
5 City Of Perth International Challenge 2013.
The No.3 seed dismissedJasmin
Burnardin the opening
round, before overcoming FrenchwomanJulia
Lecoqin round two.
The New Zealander continued her run, defeating unseededSue
battling to an impressive five-game victory over top seedAmanda
In the final, the world
No.52 faced EnglishwomanCarrie
Ramsey, who reached the final of the NT Open two weeks ago.
Ramsey, seeded sixth for the event, reached her second WSA final of the
month after beatingSonia
Huyn Kimin the
opening rounds, before scalping higher seedMilou
Van Der Heijden, last week’s Alice Springs Open runner-up. A
straight-games win overChristine
Nunnin the semi-final
put Ramsey into the second WSA final of her career.
20-year-old Craig, with
five WSA finals already under her belt, utilised her experience against
the lower ranked player, and took a strong lead in the opening game.
Ramsey, ranked 14 places below the Kiwi, was unable to cope with the
pressure asserted by Craig, and the New Zealand player clinched her
fourth title in a dominant fashion.