He's only seven years old and he can only just reach over the edge of a snooker table, but Aidan Murphy is already being tipped for superstardom after being selected for the Bristol county under 18 pool team.
He was spotted by a youth coach who had heard about his talent in a pub and asked for a game against him.
Now the youngster will play his first county match at the Keynsham Snooker Centre, where he practises twice a week and where world number two Judd Trump sharpened his skills.
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