Two female teenagers joining snooker's elite

Two 14-year-olds are making their mark against some of the best female Snooker players in the world.

Aimee Benn has been ranked to 23 in the world rankings, while Lily Dobson is at 37.

The girls have been participating in events organised by the World Ladies Billiards and Snooker Association.

Their coach David Horrix has said: "Aimee and Lily have done very well and are two years or so into a seven year period of learning. When the girls complete their training, they will be strong and knowledgeable players."

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