A PAIR of snooker siblings from Eastleigh are looking to emulate the Williams sisters in Tennis by dominating their sport.

O'Shay Scott, 16, and Ellise Scott, 13, are widely considered to be two of the most promising junior players in the world.

They started playing due to their grandparents having a snooker table at home and their excitement for the sport grew from there.

Snooker runs in the family - uncle Daniele Zagaroli was a former professional who played against Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Williams in the 1980s and 90s.

Both began playing as young children with O'Shay starting when he was six, while Ellise started at the age of eight.

They both share a dream of becoming the first-ever brother and sister world champions and the first black heritage world champions.

O’Shay reached the National EPSB Finals at under-16 and under-18 level this year and finished third while representing England in the European Championships in Malta in 2023.

Ellise became the Landywood British Open under-21 champion this year with both of their achievements being at the highest amateur level in world snooker.

The brother and sister have both been asked to represent England at the HIBSF ‘Home Internationals’ in Leeds in August.