ENGLAND's answer to Utah's Kayden Troff and Gold Coast's Daniel Lapitan could be Mark Kenyon, who has recently won the country's under-11 chess competition.
Here's the full report from the Nottingham Evening Post by Tanya Holden.
'A nine-year-old boy has beaten youngsters two years older than him to become the England under-11s chess champion.The Chess Connoisseur is always on the lookout for young chess talents who are prospective stars of the future.
Ravenshead youngster Mark Kenyon has been playing chess since he was four and hopes to be a grand master in the future.
He won five matches out of five to be crowned the winner of the competition, held at Nottingham High School.
The win means he has qualified for trials to play for England.
Mark said: "I'm happy I won.
"I enjoy competitions, especially when I win them, and I hope to be a grand master one day."
The Ravenshead C of E Primary School pupil practices his chess skills every night with his dad and brother.
He also has weekly sessions with coach David Levens.
Mark said: "I find it all interesting.
"There are millions of combinations and I like using the pieces and getting them to work together."
Dad Alan said Mark wanted to join the chess club at school when he was in Year Two but was too young.
After Mark had won a few competitions he took the trophies into school and they let him join the club.
But Mr Kenyon said if Mark wants to be a grand master, the only way is to practice.
He said his son is currently one of the top three chess players of his age in the country.
"He's got a lot of ability," said Mr Kenyon.
"He's pretty confident on the chess board and that helps him.
"It's what makes the difference between being quite good and the best."
Mark will undergo trials for England in the spring.
Mr Levens said: "He is a future grand master without any doubt.
"He has a terrific attitude and is very confident in a pleasant way. He will overtake me."