Treble tops for Monk at Farehamania

Arron Monk has been crowned Farehamania champion, writes Lee Todd.

Tuesday, 10th July 2018, 1:36 pm
Updated Tuesday, 17th July 2018, 6:54 pm
Farehamania champion Arron Monk, right, and Kev Woodward

The former under-21 PDC world champion, who hails from Andover, clinched the £350 top prize at Fareham Social Club.

Monk beat Kev Woodward 5-4 in the final having previously overcome Mike Symes in the semis and Rob Norster in the last eight.

Woodward won his quarter-final against Reece Hall before dispatching Gary Stafford in the next round.

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Ladies' winner Jane Monaghan, right, and runner-up Clare Cheney

Andy Turnbull and Andy Mitchell both reached the last eight.

Monk had treble the reason to celebrate in Fareham as he also won the early-bird singles and the pairs event.

The 28-year-old beat Jon McCoubrie 3-0 in the final of the former before partnering Richie North to pairs glory.

Portsmouth's Jane Monaghan triumphed in the ladies' competition, whitewashing Clare Cheney 5-0 in the final. Liz Atthis and Sam Pike were the losing semi-finalists.

Over-50s winner Steve Jannaway, right, and runner-up Gary Stafford

Steve Jannaway edged out Stafford 3-2 to take the over-50s crown.

Woodward and Gary Jeffery both reached the last four.