Harry Wyatt wrapped up a remarkable weekend with a second successive winner’s trophy on the Cuestars Under-21 Bronze Tour.

The nine-year-old from Ferndown described the two days as an “amazing high” and “awesome”.

It all began with a new high break of 35 in the Eastleigh & District Under-13 League the previous morning at Chandlers Ford SC.

In the afternoon, he won his first Open Series tournament. Buoyed by that success, Wyatt travelled to Jesters Snooker Club, Swindon, and dropped only one frame all day in the third leg of the regional circuit and that was on a re-spotted black to Jake Sharp (Portsmouth) in the group stages.

When the pair met again in the final, Wyatt prevailed 2-0 to extend his rankings lead to 16 points over George Laxton (Portsmouth).

Paying tribute to Sharp, Wyatt said: “Jake was a tough opponent in the final.

“He beat me in the group stages on a re-spot so I knew he was playing well and I would need to up my game against him.

“This weekend has been an amazing high for me. To beat my highest match break and win an adult Open Series event as well as my second Cuestars winner’s trophy of the season all in the space of two days is awesome.

“I know I can continue to improve if I put in the hours and work on all parts of my game.”