Jersey's Aaron Canavan has won snooker's World Seniors Championship.
Coming back from 3-1 down, Canavan won the final on a black ball decider.
He beat former professional Patrick Wallace 4-3 in the end to take the title and a £10,000 cheque.
Canavan also beat Dennis Taylor, Cao Kaisheng and Johnny Farrell to reach the final.
The World Seniors Championship tournament is for amateur players aged 40 or over.
As the winner, Canavan has also secured an invitation to the World Snooker Championship qualifiers in Sheffield next month.