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Jordan Brown is set to face Ronnie O'Sullivan in the final of the Welsh Open at Celtic Manor in Newport on Sunday.
The Antrim man qualified for his first ranking tournament decider by beating Stephen Maguire 6-1.
33-year-old Jordan had never been beyond the quarter-finals.
The world number 81 said: "All the hard work and dedication is finally paying off.
"Three years ago I was working in a petrol station serving customers getting up at half five, half six every morning.
"It's crazy to think since then the journey that I've had and being in a ranking tournament final is just incredible."
In other sports news:
🎥 Watch this 👀👇After a “wonderful season” (Marty knows) Antrim have a magnificent 7 on the team of the year - & skipper @itisconor Conor McCann wins Joe McDonagh Cup Hurler of the Year:— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 20, 2021
👏 👏 👏 👏 👏 👏 👏#Antrim #GAA#AllianzLeagues #JoeMcDonaghCup pic.twitter.com/1ccisfP8rx
Antrim's hurlers have been honoured for their efforts last season.
Seven have been named on the team of the year with captain Conor McCann winning the Joe McDonagh Cup for the top player.
Here's how they stand after wins for @cliftonvillefc @CrusadersFC & @Glenavon_FC— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 20, 2021
Five more fixtures are scheduled for Tuesday, with @OfficialBlues in action again - v @Glentoran who had the day off #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/CpZrhYOfQc
Linfield have moved three points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a scoreless draw with Coleraine on Saturday night.
Earlier, second placed Larne lost at Cliftonville and there were also wins for Crusaders and Glenavon.
Gerard Lyttle always did pick a good team - this is no exception...— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 20, 2021
NI boss Ian Baraclough has welcomed the addition of Andy Waterworth, Gareth McAuley & Roy Carroll to the Under-19 and Under-17 set-up. Bara says: "It’s a backroom team to match any out there." #GAWA
Irish FA: pic.twitter.com/dSLWvlgUyH
The new manager of the Northern Ireland under-19 and under-17 sides Gerard Lyttle has named his backroom team.
It includes former internationals Gareth McAuley and Roy Carroll as well as Linfield striker Andy Waterworth.
There's a big week of sport ahead, the Premiership games on Tuesday - and the NI women in England: