We are pleased to announce the signing of the incredibly talented Jack Vincent.
At just 17 years old, Jack is youth captain for England, Winner of 2 silver and 1 bronze European Cup medals, and currently, plays for Buckinghamshire Senior County as well as Essex Youth.
When the Jack came into the office to get his contract signed, we decided to ask him some questions so that you can all get to know him a little better! Here’s what went down:
…To start with, what is your biggest accomplishment so far?
Vincent: Winning the England Youth Matchplay 2016
Target: If you could give any of the youth players some advice – what would it be?
Vincent: Enjoy the game, keep practising and keep a good support system around you
Target: What would be your ultimate achievement in the future?
Vincent: To be World Champion
Target: How do you prepare pre-game?
Vincent: Get to the venue early, get my headphones in, get in the zone and focus on myself
Target: What is your biggest challenge, and what do you do to manage this challenge?
Vincent: I think my biggest challenge is maintaining belief, it’s so important to always believe in yourself.
Target: Who would be your inspiration within the industry or in sports?
Vincent: Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor, his dominance has been so consistent. I want that!
Target: What was the best advice you were ever given?
Vincent: Concentrate on your own game
Target: How would you describe yourself in one word?
Target look forward to working with Jack, and watching him continue to grow.
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