HANK Pasquill was impressive in his victory in the Taylor-Jones Legends snooker competition to cap off what is his first season playing the game competitively.

In the one-day event, open to all players over the age of 55, the Mobberly cueman proved his class defeating Alec Wright of Mere in the final at Wilmslow Conservative Club.

And having only played snooker on a regular basis for two years, Hank showed it is never too late to pick up the cue.

He overcame Wilmslow’s Mike Sullivan in the semi-final, with Rob Clarke of Tatton the other player knocked out in the last four.

This was the first holding of the Legends competition since the sad passing of former life member Dave Taylor last year.

The event has subsequently been named after him and fellow life-long member of the league Sid Jones.