LONDON is proving to be a happy hunting ground for Havant teenager Jamie Wilson.
The 14-year-old Cuestars Gold Tour player made it two wins out of two in under-16 tournaments in the capital this summer.
And the results in the finals were identical, right down to the last ball.
Wilson followed his success in Coulsdon last month with victory in the event at Kings Cross Hurricane Room.
The soon-to-be England International again edged travelling companion Olly Gibbs 2-1 on the final black to collect a trophy and £60 prize money.
He had finished second in his four-man round-robin group after losing 2-0 to Ronnie Sullivan.
But he then beat the English Under-14 Championship finalist 2-1 when the pair met again in the last-four.
Picture by Tim Dunkley
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Tim Dunkley (World Snooker coach)