HARRY Wyatt has written his name in the regional snooker circuit's records book with his latest tournament win.

The Ferndown youngster completed his fifth victory from seven events across the 2019-season to win the Cuestars under-21 Bronze Tour.

Wyatt, 10, became the youngest ever winner in the event's 11-year history.

The pandemic wrecked the closing stages of the season with legs in Havant, Chandlers Ford and Salisbury all postponed, meaning current results stood.

Wyatt, who is also in the records book for winning a Bronze Tournament at the age of eight, said: “To win the Bronze Championship is a great feeling even if it wasn’t particularly the way I wanted to win.

"I’m really proud of myself for being the youngest ever winner.”

Wyatt also qualified for the last 16 of the English Under-14 Championship, although that has been postponed.

And he knocked in a personal best 64 break in the Open Series at Chandlers Ford Snooker Club a day after returning from a week’s training at the Star Academy in Sheffield, paid for with a £500 bursary from the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation.

Wyatt said: “Making my highest break of 64 was also brilliant and I think next season will be a good year for me.”

The budding star practises at Greenbaize Snooker Club, Bournemouth, and at Chandlers Ford SC, near Southampton, where he works with World Snooker coach Tim Dunkley.

Dunkley said: “Harry has had a fantastic year.

“But it’s a team effort. Natural talent on its own is not enough.

"Luckily, Harry works hard, has supportive parents - Chris and Lucinda - is financially assisted by local firms and has a proven structure of junior events to compete in.

"With all of that in place, the sky really is the limit.”