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Nov 4: Eight-year-old Harry Wyatt becomes the youngest player in the nine-year history of the Cuestars Under-21 Bronze Tour to win a tournament.

Oct 7: O'Shay Scott achieves his target of making a half-century break before his tenth birthday. He knocks in a 56 in the Cuestars Silver Tour leg at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

Oct 7: Riley Ellis wins his first Cuestars Silver Tour leg in Waterlooville.

Oct 6: Harry Wyatt, eight, beats his highest break twice in the Under-13 League, first with a 28 and then with a 31. The following day, he reaches the Cuestars Bronze Tour semis in Waterlooville after not winning a frame on his debut in Salisbury.

Aug 18: Harry Wyatt, eight, makes a personal best 26 break against England international Oliver Sykes on his debut in the Under-19 League at Chandlers Ford SC.

Aug 16: Oliver Sykes and Jamie Wilson are part of the England Under-16 B team that wins the Home Internationals in Leeds.

Aug 1: Zak Truscott makes a 52 in the Wednesday Junior Snooker League at Waterlooville Sports Bar. He is the first of the players who started their snooker careers in this league to reach half-century standard. 

July 31. Seven-year-old Fiona Cunningham makes a four-ball 18 break in the Rotary Summer Cup.

July 23: Harry Wilson wins his first title, the second season of the Monday Junior Snooker League at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

July 14: Oliver Sykes spends more than five hours being filmed by IMG for Trans World Sport.

July 11: Oliver Sykes and Jamie Wilson are called up for the England Under-16 B team for the Home Internationals.

July 1: Jamie Wilson pocketed £80 prize money for winning an under-16 tournament at Frames Sports Bar, Coulsdon.

Apr 15: Oliver Sykes qualifies for the EASB Premier Junior Tour. The 12-year-old will compete next season on the national circuit for the country's best 32 under-21 amateurs. 

Apr 14: Nine-year-old O'Shay Scott beats his highest break twice in one day. He had a 40 against former English Under-14 Championship finalist Jamie Wilson in the Under-19 League and then a 45 against Riley Ellis in the Open Series.

Jan 27: Steven Hughes ends a near seven-year wait to claim the Premier title in the Eastleigh & District Junior Leagues.

Jan 13-14: Oliver Sykes, 12, qualifies for the last-16 of the English Under-14 and Under-16 Championships in the southern qualifiers in London.

Dec 17: Steven Hughes wins his first major regional tournament for 17 months. He beat Oliver Sykes 2-0 in the final of the fourth leg of the EASB Regional Junior Tour South at the Castle SC, Brighton.

Nov 26: Jamie Wilson wins his first major tournament, the third leg of the EASB Regional Junior Tour South at Chandlers Ford SC.

Nov 22: Dean Russell increases his highest break to 29 in the Wednesday junior league at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

Oct 29: 50-year-old Jackie Ellis, who suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, reaches the Seniors final at the Eden Masters in Gloucester on her debut on the World Ladies Billiards and Snooker circuit.

Oct 16: Jamie Wilson, 13, misses a tricky blue on 94 in a Portsmouth League cup match.

Oct 11: Harry Wilson, 11, increases his highest break to 40 in the Wednesday Junior League at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

Aug 24: Oliver Sykes, 11, makes a personal best 94 in the Rotary Summer Cup.

Aug 5: Eight-year-old O'Shay Scott makes a personal best 37, albeit with a couple of flukes, against English Under-14 Champion Olly Gibbs in the Open Series.

July 29: Steven Hughes knocks in a 53, a personal best 69 and a 45 in a 3-2 Open Series victory.

July 8: Ryan Hughes makes a personal best 69 break in the Open Series.

June 3: Gus Teunissen-High records his first half-century break of 56 in a 2-1 first-round Plate defeat by Callum White in the Open Series.

June 2: Eight-year-old O'Shay Scott wins the Ken Jones May Half-Term Cup.

May 27: Riley Ellis knocks in a personal best 41 break against Connor Benzey in the Under-19 League.

May 14: Callum White wins the Cuestars Under-21 Bronze Tour Championship play-off at Jesters, Swindon.

April 30: Ryan Hughes completes back-to-back rankings titles on the Cuestars Under-21 circuit by wrapping up the Silver championship in Salisbury.

Riley Ellis, who has already clinched the Bronze title, wins his fourth final of the season.

April 26: Lewis Wilson wins the inaugural Waterlooville Sports Bar Junior Snooker League.

April 8-9: Astonishing two days.Oliver Sykes claims his fourth Eastleigh & District Under-13 League title, Connor Benzey regains the Under-19 title and produces breaks of 75, three 60s and three 50s over the weekend.

Steven Hughes makes a personal best 64 in the Open Series. Jamie Wilson, 13, makes a personal best 83 in the Cuestars event.

Riley Ellis is crowned rankings champion on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour and Ryan Hughes extends his lead on the Silver Tour with a fifth winner's trophy out of nine events this season.

March 19: A remarkable day in Swindon as three of my lads made a clean sweep of the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Gold, Silver and Bronze Tour events for the first time.

Connor Benzey beat English Under-18 Champion Mark Lloyd 2-1 to claim his first Gold winner's trophy.

Ryan Hughes regained the Silver rankings lead after winning his fourth tournament of the season. He beat David O'Callaghan (Bournemouth) 2-1 in the final.

And Riley Ellis takes a 25-point lead into the last two Bronze legs after beating Chloe White (Havant) 2-0 in the Bronze final. It was his third success this season.

February 24: O'Shay Scott, eight, wins the February Half-Term Cup.

February 20: O'Shay Scott, aged eight and a bit, clears up for a new high break of 33 against William Haskell on Day 1 of the February Half-Term Cup.

February 18: Oliver Sykes, 11, clears the table for a personal best break of 84 against Riley Ellis in the Open Series.

February 4: Ryan Hughes makes his first half-century, a 52 against Connor Benzey on a Star table at the SWSA, Gloucester, and goes on to reach his first final on the EASB Regional Junior Tour.

January 28: Ryan Hughes makes a personal best 48 in the Under-19 League. Sarah Pendarves makes a personal best 18 in the Open Series. And Connor 'The Dishwasher' Benzey knocks in a 53, an 84 clearance and a 63 in a five-frame Plate final victory against Callum White.

January 22: Connor Benzey wins his second successive EASB Regional Junior Tour event and leads the rankings.

January 8: Riley Ellis wins his first Cuestars Bronze Tour event in Bournemouth.

December 30: Oliver Sykes, 11, pips eight-year-old O'Shay Scott for the 2016 Christmas Cup.

December 28: Harry Joyce knocks in a personal best 26 break against Oliver Sykes in the Christmas Cup.

December 4: Ryan Hughes wins the Cuestars Silver Tour fourth leg in Coulsdon and Connor Benzey makes the Gold final for the first time.

November 5: Ten-year-old Oliver Sykes makes a 69 break en route to the semi-finals of the southern half of the English Under-14 Championship in Clacton.

October 28: Harry 'The Potter' Joyce wins the Autumn Half-Term Cup.

October 22: Connor Benzey wins his first tournament on the EASB Regional Junior Tour - South West at the SWSA, Gloucester.

October 20: Steven Hughes announces a £900 sponsorship deal with Quickdraw Supplies.

October 15: Oliver Sykes makes a 61 in the Under-13 League.

October 2: Ryan Hughes makes it two out of two on the Cuestars Silver Tour in Salisbury. Callum White wins his first Bronze final. Steven Hughes reaches his first Gold final and makes a 62 break.

September 16: Ten-year-old Oliver Sykes makes an 80 break this evening in a practice match.

September 11: Ryan Hughes, last season's Bronze double winner, makes a dream debut on the Cuestars Silver Tour by winning the first leg in Woking.

September 2: Bowen Zhu, 11, wins the Rotary Summer Cup.

August 27: Riley Ellis makes a first 30 break in the U13 League - and then increases it later in the Open Series with a 33.

August 22: Bowen Zhu makes a first 50 break during the Rotary Summer Cup.

August 1: Sam Warren, back on the green baize after breaking his ankle, increased his high break from 28 to 41 on Day 8 of the Rotary Summer Cup.

July 28: Bowen Zhu, 11, makes a personal best 46 on Day 6 of the Rotary Summer Cup.

July 21: Steven Hughes knocks in a personal best 47 on Day 1 of the 32-day Rotary Summer Cup.

July 9: Connor Benzey chalks up a first century, a 102 against Grahame Hughes in the Open Series. Earlier, the 14-year-old clinched his first Eastleigh & District Under-19 Premier title. Ten-year-old Oliver Sykes retained his Under-13 title. And Charlie Pringle increases his high break by one to 57.

July 2: Steven Hughes knocks in a personal best 44.

June 3: Charlie Pringle claims the 2016 Ken Jones May Half-Term Cup.

May 21: Bowen Zhu makes a personal best 37 break in the Under-13 League. Charlie Pringle beats his highest twice, with 52 and 56 in the Under-19 League. But Charlie misses out on the high-break prize as Connor Benzey eclipses his previous best of 53 with a 63. Remarkable morning. 

May 15: Ryan Hughes does the double by winning the Cuestars Bronze Championship in Swindon. Steven Hughes wins the Silver Championship. Chandler's Ford wins the club rankings.

May 1: Ryan Hughes win the eighth leg of the Cuestars Bronze Tour and the rankings title. Connor Benzey wins the eighth leg of the Silver Tour and the rankings.

April 10: New rankings leader Ryan Hughes wins the seventh leg of the Cuestars Bronze Tour in Swindon.

April 8: Connor Benzey wins the ten-day Easter Cup from Harry Joyce. Earlier in the competition, Charlie Pringle made a 51 break, his first half-century, and ten-year-old Oliver Sykes upped his personal best to 54.

April 3: Charlie Pringle makes the quarter-finals on his debut on the EASB Regional Junior Tour South in Brighton.

March 13: Brothers Dan and Oliver Sykes both win their first ever Cuestars tournaments on the same day in Fareham.

February 27: Ryan Hughes collects £300 for winning the six-month Open Series.

February 21: Connor Benzey goes out in the quarter-finals of the English Under-14 Championship.

February 21: Ten-year-old Oliver Sykes wins his first Eastleigh & District Under-13 Premier title.

February 14: Connor Benzey qualifies for the last-16 of the English Under-14 Championship.

February 7: Ryan Hughes wins in Woking to take over top spot on the Cuestars Bronze Tour rankings.

January 31: Dan Sykes "played the best snooker I've ever played" to qualify for the last-16 of the English Under-18 Championship.

January 30: Three personal best breaks this morning. Oli Line had a 32, and later won his first Open Series final. Jordan Clothier had a 25, with a club cue. And Harry Joyce added a 22.

January 10: At the age of ten years and 29 days, Oliver Sykes becomes the second youngest junior in the history of Chandler's Ford SC to make a half-century break in competition. The classy left-hander compiled a 52 against Aidan Murphy in the group stages of the Cuestars Silver leg at Breenbaize SC, Bournemouth.

January 10: Bowen Zhu wins his first Cuestars Bronze tournament in Bournemouth.

January 1: Connor Benzey wins the Christmas Cup. Charlie Pringle makes a personal best 49 break in the final frame of the nine-day competition.

November 29: Ryan Hughes and Oliver Sykes win the inaugural Cuestars Under-21 Team Challenge at Chandler's Ford SC. Exceptional long potting by nine-year-old Oliver clinches the third frame.

November 1: Ryan Hughes wins the Cuestars Bronze Tour event in Swindon.

October 31: Lewis Aisthorpe-Buckley, 7, makes a personal best 18 break.

October 30: Nine-year-old Oliver Sykes wins the five-day Autumn Half-Term Cup.

October 4: Nine-year-old Oliver Sykes knocks in a 52, his first half-century, in a warm-up frame before making his Cuestars Silver Tour debut in Salisbury. Oliver qualified for the quarter-finals and recorded the tournament's highest break of 33.

September 26: Nine-year-old Harry Wilson knocks in a seven-ball new high break of 22 against his twin Lewis in the Eastleigh & District Under-19 League - but still loses the frame.

September 11: Oli Line, 11, clears the colours for a new high break of 27 against Jack Collins in the Eastleigh & District Under-19 League.

August 31: Ryan Hughes clinches the 28-day Rotary Summer Cup on the final ball of the final frame on the final day.

August 29: Nine-year-old Oliver Sykes collects £300 and the Open Series trophy for winning the six-mouth competition.

August 29: Three new high breaks today: Bowen Zhu, 10, makes a 31; Jordan Clothier, 10, makes a 24; and Jack Collins, who has been playing less than a year, makes a 24.

August 11: David Rice, whose highest break in January was 29, makes a 55 clearance in the Tuesday Singles League.

July 25: Connor Benzey, 13, joins the half-century club with a 53 in the Open Series.

July 11: Mickey Joyce, 12, makes a personal best 77 break in today's Open Series and nine-year-old Oliver Sykes makes a personal best 45.

June 21: Jonny Mutch qualifies for the play-offs for a place on the EASB Premier Junior Tour after finishing sixth on the EASB Regional Junior Tour South.

June 6: Three youngsters marked the anniversary of D Day with personal best breaks. Charlie Pringle made a 42, Sam Warren 28 and Lewis Wilson 18.

May 29: Oliver Sykes, not quite nine-and-a-half, becomes the youngest ever winner of a school holiday competition at Chandler's Ford Snooker Club by winning the five-day Ken Jones May Half-Term Cup.

May 17: Connor Benzey beats Oliver Sykes 2-0 in the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour championship final at Jesters Snooker Club, Swindon.

May 9: Waterlooville accountant Barry Doswell, 47, whose previous high break in competition was 18, knocked in a 30 in today's Open Series.

May 3: Steven Hughes wins the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour rankings title and earns himself a frame against Joe Perry in Swindon on May 17. David Rice wins the last leg in Salisbury.

April 25: Connor Benzey wins his first major title, the Eastleigh & District Under-13 Premier League. Mickey Joyce claims his third Under-19 title.

April 17: Ryan Hughes wins his fourth school holiday competition. The 13-year-old ended the 40-hour contest one point ahead of Connor Benzey.

April 12: Steven Hughes hits a personal best 43 and Ryan Hughes makes a 35 clearance in the Cuestars event in Fareham. Connor Benzey wins the Plate.

April 10: Nine-year-old Oliver Sykes hits a personal best 31 on day five of the Easter Cup.

April 3: 13-year-old Connor Benzey beats his high break with a 48 against Oli Line on day one of the Easter Cup.

March 7: Charlie Pringle beats his highest break twice in the Under-19 Premier. The 13-year-old followed up a 33 with a 39.

March 5: University of Southampton student Mike Andrews increases his high break from 50 to 93.

March 1: Steven Hughes wins his second tournament on the Cuestars Bronze Tour. It's his sixth final on the trot.

February 21: Eight-year-old James Greaves slots in a long black for a personal best 13 break in the Under-13 League.

February 20: Charlie Pringle adds the February Half-Term Cup to the Christmas Cup.

February 7: Charlie Pringle compiles a personal best seven-ball break of 25 in the Under-19 League.

February 1: Steven Hughes makes his fifth successive final on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour in Swindon. He has won one and lost four.

February 1: Double delight as the University of Southampton wins the South West Universities Pool Championships in Taunton and Mike Andrews wins the individual title

January 25: The University of Southampton wins the Midlands Cup in Nuneaton.

January 24: Jonny Mutch, from Cambridge, makes his first final on the EASB Regional Junior Tour.

January 10: Connor Benzey missed his high-break target... by 11-and-a-half hours. A year ago, Connor set himself the goal of a 40 break by January 10, 2015. Today, on January 10, 2015, at just after 11.30am on Table 4 against Abhay Chopra in week-two of the Eastleigh & District Under-19 League, the 12-year-old recorded a personal best 43.

January 10: Three others compiled new high breaks today. Reece Allen and Jordan Clothier made 22s and David Rice knocked in a 32.

January 4: After losing in the final of the three previous Cuestars Bronze Tour legs, Steven Hughes collects the winner's trophy in Woking.

January 4: Mickey Joyce finishes bottom of his group at the Cuestars Gold Tour event in Woking but the 11-year-old records his highest break of 73 against Jonny Mutch in his final game.

January 3: Cambridge University medical student Karan Chadda smashes through the 30-break barrier with a monster 43 in today's Open Series final.

January 2: Eleven months after taking up the game, Charlie Pringle wins the Christmas Cup at Chandler's Ford SC.

December 30: Oliver Sykes, just turned nine, made a 30 break today - just under a year since he picked up the game.

December 27: Dan Sykes foregoes an afternoon's shopping with his mates to compete in the Open Series. And knocks in breaks of 52 and a new high of 56.

December 27: Jack Collins makes a personal best 13 in today's Under-19 League.

December 20: Mickey Joyce, 11, clinches his second Under-19 Premier title.

November 29: Sarah Pendarves made a personal best 18 this week and 11-year-old Mickey Joyce achieved a 55 average over 20 line-ups.

November 22: Ed Hodgson makes a personal best 26 break in today's Open Series at Chandler's Ford Snooker Club.

November 19: Ally Pollard makes a first 30, actually 37, in tournament play in The Manor House Open in Devon.

November 15: Jonny Mutch qualifies for the last-16 of the English Under-16 Championship.

November 15: Pete Jordan passes the 30-break milestone with a 32 against Oli Line in the Open Series.

November 9: 11-year-old Mickey Joyce qualifies for the last-16 of the English Under-14 Championship for the second time.

November 8: Southampton University student Mike Andrews, who increased his high break from 23 to 50 in less than two months last year, was described as "unstoppable" after beating former England universities skipper Tom Foley in the final of an in-house handicapped tournament.

October 29: Ryan Hughes passes the 20-break mark with a seven-ball 22 in the Autumn Half-Term Cup.

October 27: Oxford University student Paul Allen has made his first half-century break, a 53 in a league match in his adopted city.

October 25. Connor Benzey upped his highest break to 33 in the Under-19 League this morning.

October 5: After two quarter-final exits in his previous two Cuestars Bronze Tour outings, Steven Hughes makes the final in the first leg of the new season in Salisbury.

October 5: Ten-year-old Bowen Zhu makes his first 30 break and reaches the semi-final on his debut on the Cuestars Bronze Tour in Salisbury.

October 4: Michael Göz ups his high break to 17 in the Open Series.

October 1: First 50 break for Ally Pollard in a friendly at Salisbury Snooker Club.

September 21: Lewis Aisthorpe-Buckley passes Level 1 of the Cuestars Coaching Programme at the age of six years and four months.

September 20: 64-year-old Sarah Pendarves entered her first ever snooker tournament today, in the Open Series at Chandler's Ford SC.

September 19: Cambridge-based Jonny Mutch increases his high break from 50 to 68 in a tournament at Cambridge Snooker Centre.

September 6: Lewis Aisthorpe-Buckley receives the 'highest-placed six-year-old' trophy at the Eastleigh & District Under-13 League presentation.

September 1: Nine-year-old Bowen Zhu clinches his first major trophy: the 2014 Rotary Summer Cup.

August 30: Three reasons to be cheerful: Luke Beebe clinches the £250 top prize in the 26-week Open Series at Chandler's Ford SC. Abhay Chopra, 11, beats his highest break twice in the Eastleigh & District Junior Leagues. He managed a 27 in the Under-13s and a remarkable 42 in the Under-18s. And Steven Hughes passes the 30 milestone, with a 31 in the Open Series. 

August 21: Reece Allen passes Cuestars Level 3 during the Rotary Summer Cup at Chandler's Ford SC. He's tried so hard and for so long.

July 26: Two personal best breaks today. Charlie Pringle made a 22, an increase on last week's 20, in the Under-13 League and Pete Jordan compiled a 29 in the Open Series.

July 26: Luke Beebe completed the double in the Eastleigh & District Junior Leagues today, clinching the Premier titles in the Under-13s and Under-18s.

July 20: First winner's trophy for 12-year-old Connor Benzey today. He and dad Mark won the 58th Family Tournament at Chandler's Ford Snooker Club.

July 19: Three personal best breaks in the Eastleigh & District Junior Leagues today: Mickey Joyce, 11, compiled a whopping 62, and Charlie Pringle, 12, and Oli Line, ten, each made 20.

July 6: Many congratulations to six-year-old Lewis Aisthorpe-Buckley for completing Red 2, from the World Snooker coaching book, this morning.

June 19: Eight-year-old Oliver Sykes compiled a personal best 22 break in the Open Series. Oliver played eight hours of continuous competition today.

June 22: Dan Sykes triumphs in the Dunkley Cup, his first trophy tournament win, while playing with a broken toe

June 8: First half-century on the line-up this afternoon for Abhay Chopra.

June 7: Personal best break of 18 for Reece Allen in this morning's Under-18 League.

May 31: Luke Beebe compiles his first half-century. The 12-year-old snookered himself on the last red on a run of 59 on his favourite table two to wrap up a 2-1 victory over John Brazil in the Open Series.

May 30: Easter Cup champion Ryan Hughes today added the Ken Jones May Half-Term Cup to his trophy cabinet.

May 29: Eight-year-old Oliver Sykes set two personal bests in the Ken Jones May Half-Term Cup - in the same frame. He made 13 and then 18 against Oli Line.

May 28: Nine-year-old Bowen Zhu potted four reds and three blacks for a personal best 25 in day three of the Ken Jones May Half-Term Cup. Steven Hughes matched his best with a magnificent colours clearance.

May 25: Luke Beebe loses in the semi-finals of the Cuestars Bronze Tour Championship in Swindon for the second year running. Mickey Joyce went out in the Silver semi-finals.

May 24: Ed Hodgson knocks in a personal best 24 break in the Eastleigh & District Under-18 League.

May 10: Just 25 days after his sixth birthday, Lewis Aisthorpe-Buckley made his debut today in the Eastleigh & District Under-13 League and won two of his four matches.

May 4: Ten-year-old Mickey Joyce is the Cuestars Silver Tour rankings winner. He was beaten in today's final at Salisbury Snooker Club by Austen Petty, who clinched second spot with his third tournament win out of four.

April 19: Connor Benzey ups his personal best break to 31 in the Eastleigh & District Under-13 League.

April 18: Ryan Hughes wins the ten-day Easter Cup. Oli Line is second and Sam Warren third.

April 12: Ten year-old Mickey Joyce goes out in the last-16 of the English Under-14 Championship in Leeds.

April 12: Mark Beebe clears the last five colours, including a screw shot with the rest, for a personal best 25 break in the Open Series at Chandler's Ford SC. Jamie Thomas also weighs in with a personal best 22.

April 6: Luke Beebe wins his fourth consecutive tournament on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour to clinch the rankings title with a leg to spare.

April 6: Mickey Joyce takes over top spot on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Silver Tour rankings after winning the Fareham event.

April 6: Dan Sykes yesterday won his first match on the EASB Regional Junior Tour this season after 19 straight defeats. He followed that with a first ever appearance in a final on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Silver Tour in Fareham.

April 5: Easter Cup starts on Monday at Chandler's Ford Snooker Club. From 11am-3pm every weekday during the school holiday. Skills training and competitions.

March 22: Hats off to Karan Chadda, who missed today's first week of the Under-18 League because he was jumping out of an aeroplane for charity. I'm happy to report he landed safely.

March 16: First line-up century (103) today for 12-year-old Luke Beebe.

March 15: Two personal best breaks in today's Open Series. Austen Petty made a 64 and Pete Jordan a 26.

March 2: Austen Petty and Luke Beebe repeat last month's feat by claiming the Cuestars Silver and Bronze winner's trophies in Swindon.

March 2: Connor Benzey reaches his first Cuestars final in only his second appearance on the circuit.

March 2: Ten-year-old Mickey Joyce knocks in a personal best 56 break in the Cuestars event in Swindon.

March 1: Luke Beebe pockets £250 for winning the 15th Open Series.

March 1: Luke Beebe clinches his third Eastleigh & District Under-13 League. Oli line is the Division 2 champion and eight-year-old Oliver Sykes is the Division 5 champion. Austen Petty wraps up his first Eastleigh & District Under-18 League title by 13 points. Sam Warren wins Division 2.

Feb 22: A second new high break in four days for ten-year-old Oli Line: an 18 in this morning's Eastleigh & District Under-13 League.

Feb 19: Oli Line increases his high break to 15 in day-three of the February Half-Term Cup.

Feb 15: Ten-year-old Mickey Joyce signs a second three-figure sponsorship deal with Surrey-based Falcon Pools.

Feb 2: Austen Petty wins his first tournament on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Silver Tour. And Luke Beebe makes it a double celebration by winning his second Bronze final in a row.


 

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