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  Funding for Women in Sport Tuesday 23 September 2003  
Kelly Fisher is the five times World Snooker Champion but her outstanding success is not enough to secure her either a comfortable living or a future playing the sport in Britain.

Her plight is echoed by countless sportswomen of all disciplines, particularly in the UK. And she joins Jenni to talk about her fears for the future of women's snooker.
The Sports Minister, Richard Caborn and leading sports journalist Clare Balding join the discussion to consider the broader questions of funding for women's sports.

Womens Sports Foundation
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