There's more to snooker than the professional circuit so well done to Liam Highfield, 17, who recently made a 147 break in the first EASB English Premier Tour event of the season.
Liam is pictured here receiving a certificate from the EASB's John Hartley.
We're used to big breaks flying in during pro tournaments but it's worth noting the many talented teenagers in the junior ranks.
Judd Trump was one who played in loads and loads of junior events when he was a kid and so was used to being a winner before he even turned pro.
Respect should go to Malcolm Thorne, who has been running junior tournaments for the best part of 25 years.
It's people like him who provide a base from which young players can go on to become household names.