CURRENT and future Cuestars members produced some remarkable achievements during the marathon 30-day Rotary Summer Cup at Chandlers Ford Snooker Club.
Twelve new high breaks were recorded by the players during the six-week holiday period.
Eight-year-old William Thomson heads the list by becoming the youngest player at the club to make a half-century break. Bronze Tour rankings champion-elect Harry Wyatt upped his highest break to 64 in the Open Series. And 14-year-old Oliver Sykes produced a personal best 139 total clearance in a challenge match with Cuestars director John Hunter.
Turning to billiards, 11-year-old Gold player O’Shay Scott compiled a new high break of 56, Oliver increased his personal best to 67 and Caden Read improved so much that he was crowned three-ball wizard two days after returning from holiday.
William passed Level 7 of the Cuestars Academy and his six-year-old brother, Lewis, completed Level 1. Asten Sahota scored a massive 24 points on the tricky Level 4 and Tyler Beer waved goodbye to Level 3.
Tyler (pictured) won the overall rankings title. The seven-year-old from Fair Oak finished the 120 hours of competition nine points clear of his brother Dylan. The siblings missed only two of the 30 days.
World Snooker coach Tim Dunkley runs junior competitions at Chandlers Ford SC from 11am-3pm on every weekday during every school holiday.
Picture by Tim Dunkley