World number one Reanne Evans of England eased through to the last 16 at the World Women's Snooker Championship in Bangkok ©Getty Images

England's Reanne Evans and Hong Kong's Ng On-yee continued to show why they are considered among the favourites to win the World Women's Snooker Championship after completing unbeaten group stage campaigns in Bangkok today.

World number one Evans made it a perfect four wins out of four in Group Two by registering 3-0 victories over India's Arantxa Sanchis and Malaysia's Sook Kwan Lee at the Thai capital's Hi-End Snooker Club.

Awaiting the 11-times champion in the last 16 is Australia's Jessica Woods, who beat Hong Kong's Pui Ying Mini Chu 4-1 in the last 32 after ranking second behind defending champion and world number two Ng in Group One. 

Ng added a further two Group One victories to the two she managed yesterday, defeating England's Fran Calvert 3-0 and Woods 3-1.

Standing between her and a place in the quarter-finals is compatriot Yee Ting Cheung, who overcame England's Steph Daughtery 4-1 in the last 32 having finished second in Group Nine.

World number three Rebecca Kenna of England and world number four Nutcharut Wongharuthai of Thailand are also through having achieved second-place finishes in Groups Three and Four, respectively, and then won their last-32 matches.

Kenna was the runner-up to Thailand's Ploychompoo Laokiatphong, while Wongharuthai was beaten to top spot by India's Varshaa Sanjeev.

In the last 32, Kenna defeated India's Revanna Umadevi 4-1 and Wongharuthai overcame Hong Kong's Ho Yee Ki 4-0.

Action in Bangkok is due to continue tomorrow.

All last-16 and quarter-final ties will be held before the semi-finals and final take centre stage on Sunday (June 23).