Essex snooker star Ali Carter has been diagnosed with lung cancer.
World Snooker has announced that the 34-year-old from Chelmsford will undergo a course of chemotherapy. He's twice been runner-up at the world championships.
Carter, who suffers from Crohn's disease, last year recovered from testicular cancer to resume his career.
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association chairman Jason Ferguson said: "Ali is the toughest competitor I know and having spoken to him over the last few days I can assure everyone he has the fight to get through the battle ahead."
More top news
A performance of Jane Eyre in Norwich had to be cancelled moments before it was meant to start due to one of the cast suffering an injury.
MK Dons have signed Southampton's Ryan Seager on loan, while Peterborough United's Michael Bostwick and Harry Anderson have joined Lincoln.
Ipswich Town have paid tribute to supporter and Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington who has died aged 41.