Jordan Brown has continued his excellent run at this year's Welsh Open.
He beat Stephen Maguire 6-1 in the last four on Saturday afternoon to reach his first-ever ranking final.
The Antrim native had never been beyond the last eight of a ranking event before this week and is currently the world number 81.
The 33-year-old made light work of 2013 champion Stephen Maguire to reach the final, scoring two centuries.
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Brown saw off World number 4 Mark Selby in the quarter-finals on Friday.
He will now face either Ronnie O'Sullivan or Mark Williams in the showpiece which will be the biggest match of his career to date.