Bristol's Judd Trump has been beaten to the UK Snooker Championship by Ronnie O'Sullivan in a nail-biting finish. The 25-year-old came back from 9-4 behind but lost in the final frame 10-9.
O'Sullivan, who was playing on a broken ankle, landed his fifth UK title at York's Barbican Centre, to sit alongside his five World Championship trophies and five Masters crowns.
Cheltenham Snooker player Jack Lisowski was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma six years ago.
He wishes he'd been treated with others his own age in a unit like the Bristol one:-
The Duchess of York has officially opened the first specialist Teenage Cancer Trust unit in the South West for local young people with cancer in Bristol.
She was joined by world snooker players Judd Trump and Jack Lisowski for the ceremony at the Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre.
Each year, over 200 young people from Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Devon and Cornwall, are diagnosed with cancer.
The Teenage Cancer Trust says young people can feel extremely isolated during treatment, some never meeting another young person with cancer. Being treated alongside others their own age, by experts in teenage and young adult cancer care, can make a huge difference to their experience.
Every year in the South West 200 young people, between the ages of 16 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer. But if they're over 16 they're treated on adult wards.
Now though, the first specialist teenage cancer unit is being built in the region and work should be completed next year. Professional snooker player, Jack Liz-oww-ski Lisowski, had cancer when he was a teenager.
Today he visited the site with former world champion Judd Trump. Here's our Bristol reporter, Katie Rowlett.
Construction of the first specialist teenage cancer unit in the South West looks set to be completed on time in 2014.
Teenage Cancer Trust Ambassador and World snooker player Jack Lisowski was given an exclusive look at the site in Bristol this morning alongside fellow snooker player Judd Trump.
Cheltenham born Jack was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma aged 16 so knows how important this specialist unit will be.
West Country snooker players Judd Trump and Jack Lisowski will pay a visit to the site of a new £2.5m specialist cancer unit in Bristol.
They'll be joined by former young cancer patients and ambassadors from the Teenage Cancer Trust.
They'll be seeing how construction is coming along since plans were unveiled in May.
Snooker star Jack Lisowski, 21, from Cheltenham, fought off Hodgkin's lymphoma as a teenager. He is lending his support to the Teenage Cancer Trust's fundraising campaign.