Jenkins and Smee in cracking Easter Open form

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Andy Jenkins saw off Tony Broughton 5-4 in a cracking Cosham Easter Open final.

Jenkins had earlier cruised into the final.

He beat Ian Critchett 4-1 in the semi-finals and whitewashed Carl Edgar 4-0 in the last eight.

Broughton won his quarter-final against Danny Smith 4-2 before going on to beat Steve Filby 4-1 in the next round.

Ricky Williams won the plate competition, overcoming Steve Jannaway 2-0 in the final.

Lester Miles and Paul Bennett lost in the semis.

Steph Smee beat Dawn Simmonds 5-2 to take the ladies’ title.

Kayleigh Millen and Jackie Matthews reached the semi-finals.

Adam Lipscombe became the inaugural youth champion with a 3-1 triumph over Ryan Groves in the final.

Ian Ronald and Bradley Kirk completed the last four.

Kirk also partnered Les Wallace to victory in the pairs competition, with the duo beating Luke Getty and Trevor Doller 3-0 in the final.