Neil Pauffley has won the title in Tipton this week, worth 27 points.
He beat Lloyd Glasspool in an all British-final - which is even more impressive given only one of the eight seeds was a Brit (Ed Corrie at 3)!
It's a great breakthrough for Neil, who has struggled with injuries and confidence a lot since reaching his CH in the 400s a few years ago, but seems to be finding some form again in the last month or two, culminating in this week. He'll rise back up to the top 600.
Keep a eye out for Mr Glasspool though. He's been on fire lately, and will also rise into the 500s - despite only having started playing in July after finishing college. He's surging up the rankings at the moment.
Also shout-outs to Jonny O'Mara, who made the semis (taking out Corrie in the QFs) and Evan Hoyt, who won the doubles (with Billy Harris) and has been in great form in the singles recently, claiming his maiden title a month ago (see above).