Monk continues Hedman's Lakeside woes with straight sets win to reach World Seniors Darts Masters Quarter-Finals

Colin Monk has returned to the big stage with the former World Master through to the Quarter-Finals of the World Seniors Darts Masters with a straight sets win over Deta Hedman.

While not at his best which was a constant source of frustration for Mad Monk, Hedman did not win a leg as her woes continued on the famous stage a month on from being dumped out by Tori Kewish in the WDF World Championship.

A superb 71 checkout saw an opening break for Monk as he lead in the tie. He missed darts to hold and seal the set but returned for double eight to finally go 1-0 up.

A 180 and 72 checkout saw Monk’s average go up to 73 and ‘Mad Monk’ take a 1-0 lead and he raced into a 2-0 sets lead on double 20.

Hedman got multiple chances to get a leg on the board before Monk pinned double two to lead 1-0 with a break and he took a 3-0 lead from there.

He finished off the tie despite messing around on the 56 checkout, he was well ahead and pinned double 16 to move through.

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