Callum Wraight is through to the last eight of the Autumn Waterloo Handicap, but only just! He had to do it the hard way though, recovering from 13-5 and 18-13 down against Lee Heaton, playing superb on short marks to get through with Lee unlucky to go through a couple of gaps late on. Callum now faces another former champion in Glynn Cookson from Cheshire.
The County wishes him all the best and hopefully we will have our first winner since Andy Moss in 2007! It is again live on ITV4 from 10 a.m.