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Article: Paul Hogan makes it a treble as he wins his third Red Dragon Darts Bucks Easter Open title.

Paul Hogan makes it a treble as he wins his third Red Dragon Darts Bucks Easter Open title.

A quality field attended the day, competing for the title coming from various counties across the country, including Bucks,Berks,Herts,Oxford, London, Surrey, Hampshire, and Bedforshire just to name a few.

The standard as expected was very high all day, last years winner and England international Paul Hogan made it it through to the last 16 where he overcame Bucks county player Aiden O^Mahoney.

Local player (Beaconsfield Legion) Jason Hine made it through to the last 16, and then got the better of Craig Cox, with no local league player having got passed the last 8, was it going to happen this year?

After several hours of play the Quarter Finals line up was decided:

Quarter Finals
Jason Hine Beat Craig Cox
Sean Holley Beat Jason Knibbs
Paul Hogan Beat John Jenkinson
Stuart Dutton Beat Jon Jukes

Semi Finals
Jason Hine (local) 4-3 Sean Holley (Oxfordshire)
Paul Hogan (Berkshire/England) 4-1 Stuart Dutton (Buckinghamshire)

Paul Hogan (Berks) 5-0 Jason Hine
Paul Hogan produced a flawless display in winning his 3rd Red
Dragon Bucks Easter Open Final, having won in 2008, 2013, despite local player Jason Hine^s best efforts and vocal support Hogan kept his calm to win 5-0.

The Ladies competition was won by Middlesex county player Maggie Sutton who beat Natasha State in the Final.
Andy Long (Organiser) in his presentation gave thanks to Red Dragon Darts for there sponsorship, Hazlemere Community Centre, his Wife Sue Long and Geoff Norris for their help and support on the day.

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