NAT Kidner missed out on a place in the Silver knockout on frames difference during the third legs at Jesters SC, Swindon, but he bounced back to claim the plate trophy.
The Ferndown teenager (pictured, right) defeated 11-year-old Oliver Sykes (left) in the final of the event sponsored by Cube Property Holdings.
Sykes had beaten the eventual Gold tournament winner Anthony Rice in the group stages but missed out on qualifying to his brother Dan on the head-to-head rule.
The fourth legs of ten are at Frames Sports Bar, Coulsdon, on Sunday, December 3.
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PLATE RESULTS (ONE-FRAME MATCHES)
PRELIMS: Charlie Pringle (Chandlers Ford SC) beat Viktor Balgariev (Jesters, Swindon), Callum White (Waterlooville Sports Bar) beat Ally Pollard (Salisbury SC), Keegan Reed (Salisbury SC) beat Lewis Wilson (Waterlooville Sports Bar), Oliver Sykes (Chandlers Ford SC) beat Kyle Carter (Jesters, Swindon).
QUARTER-FINALS: Pringle beat White, Sykes beat Reed, Nat Kidner (Greenbaize, Bournemouth) beat O’Shay Scott (Chandlers Ford SC), Ryan Hughes (Chandlers Ford SC) beat Harry Wilson (Waterlooville Sports Bar).
SEMI-FINALS: Sykes beat Pringle, Kidner beat Hughes.
FINAL: Kidner beat Sykes.
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