At just 13 years old, this snooker prodigy is eyeing off records left, right and centre.

Chipstead's Ronnie Sullivan already has one hand on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour title after taking out his fourth winner's title of the season.

Sullivan, who has appeared in eight consecutive finals since near the end of last season, defeated Riccardo Drayton (Chandler’s Ford) 2-0 to claim maximum rankings points.

“I played out of my skin in the final,” he said.

“At the beginning of the first frame, I didn’t do a lot of damage but then I potted a long ball and that gave me confidence.”

Now Sullivan is set to become the first player in the nine-year history of the competition to jump straight from Bronze to Gold.

He passed the Gold threshold of a 60 break with a 61 in a handicapped tournament at his home club, Frames Sports Bar, Coulsdon.

Now he wants to become the first to appear in every final over a season.

Sullivan said he is “looking forward” to next week’s trip to Leeds for the last-16 of the English Under-14 Championship.