The 11-year-old, pictured right, was invited to the tournament in Bristol because of his position near the top of the Table Tennis England rankings and took on the six other top players in a round-robin event. Seeded fourth, the Great Stukeley Table Tennis Club player won three matches and finished in fifth position in a close competition in which only five points separated the entire field in the final league table. His best performance was against second seed Rhys Davies, who he beat 3-2 (15-13, 8-11, 12-10, 7-11, 11-9). Longsands Academy pupil Boston said: I think I played really well and I had a good win against Rhys. He was second seed and I didnt think I would beat him Id only beaten him once before. It was a good experience.