A MELTHAM snooker player has pocketed a win in a championship competition.
Mark White beat opposition from 35 other players in the event organised by the Federation of Disabilities Sport Organisations for Disabilities Sport England.
He is pictured receiving his trophy from David Broadhead, DSE committee member.
The tournament was held at the Riley Snooker Hall in Wakefield and was sponsored by Npower, the energy home services provider for Yorkshire.
Mark, who has no fingers on either hand, won the title in the annual competition and also scooped two other trophies for the highest break (42) and player of the championships.
He plays for Meltham Conservative Club and for the Huddersfield team in the Yorkshire Snooker league.
The competition is part of Npower's Active programme to provide opportunities for people with physical and learning disabilities to explore their talents through sport.
Kevin Rodgers, Npower's community relations manager for the Yorkshire region, said: "Mark has produced an outstanding performance and Huddersfield should be proud of him."