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Anita Rizzuti


Jan 13, 2022

Anita Rizzuti (born 12 January 1971, also known as Anita Maflin) is a Norwegian snooker and pool player. She is married to professional snooker player Kurt Maflin.

Norwegian snooker player

Anita Rizzuti
Born (1971-01-12) 12 January 1971 (age 50)
Sport country  Norway

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Rizzuti was a semi-finalist at the inaugural EBSA European Women’s Championship in 1996, losing 0–5 to Karen Corr.[1] She reached the semi-finals again in 2001, losing 1–4 to Kelly Fisher[2] and was a quarter-finalist in 1999,[3] 2004[4] and 2006.[5]

Rizzuti, Reanne Evans and Wendy Jans all took part in the 2010 World Open. Jans lost 0–3 to Alfie Burden in the first round.[6]

In the European Tour 2013/2014 – Event 4, Maflin lost 2–4 to Andreas Hartung.[7] At European Tour 2013/2014 – Event 8, she lost 0–4 to Joe Steele,[8] and at European Tour 2014/2015 – Event 1 she lost 0–4 to Anthony Jeffers.[9] At European Tour 2015/2016 – Event 1 she lost 0–4 to Simon Dent.[10]

Rizzuti and Reanne Evans lost 1–3 to Ng On-yee and So Man Yan in the final of the 2014 WLBS World Ladies Pairs Championship.[11]

She is married to professional snooker player Kurt Maflin. They represented Norway at the 2015 World Cup.[12][13]

Source:European Billiards & Snooker Association (results to 2002)[3]

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