How do you identify the next Professional Snooker Player?

Well, it's not that hard when you see an 11 year old knock in a 140 break!

"People can’t get over how good he is for an 11-year-old and some who have seen Liam play say he’s going to be a world champion.”

Liam, the reigning Welsh under-14 champion , practices every day at Scala Snooker Club in Merthyr Tydfil. He did extremely well last month when he competed in the Celtic Challenge with his younger brother Ryan, 7.

Liam was bought a Bespoke RR Cue Case for his incredible achievements in the sport at this early age. His case is in a red and black design with his name and the Welsh dragon on the top of the case in diamond features.

"Liam is buzzing,to see his face tonight was amazing. Great job, would definitely recommend you to others."

Liam qualified to play for Wales when he was eight and since then has been Wales under-14 number one and Welsh champion for the last few years. He has also played in the under-18 world championships in Belgium last year and qualified to play in China this year but is going to play in the under-16 worlds in Russia in October.

Explaining how both boys took up the sport, their dad Leyton said

“We were in the house watching the snooker on television and Liam decided he wanted to have a go...he was six at the time. I took him to Mark Williams’ club in Tredegar and Darren Jones, who used to play for Wales, was working behind the bar there. He put me in touch with a coach and Liam has gone from strength to strength since that day – he has got a bright future."

To order your own Bespoke RR Cue Case, please visit our CONTACT PAGE.