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More to come from Munch; DARTS.

Byline: Adam Scriven

GERMAN youngster Kevin Munch spent little time on stage on Saturday despite playing two games, writes Adam Scriven.

He impressed in his 4-2 preliminary round win over Lee Choon-Peng, hitting two maximums and a 155 checkout - the highest of the day. His first-round opponent Denis Ovens retired injured after losing the first set 3-0, so although we haven't seen much of Munch, he has the potential to play a further part in the championship.

There are certainly more difficult second-round opponents he could have run into than Steve Farmer, who almost let nerves get the better of him in his defeat of Ronnie Baxter.

Farmer is preferred in the markets in what should be a close contest, and a small sell of his supremacy could prove worthwhile.

Recommendation Sell S Farmer supremacy 1pt at 5 Sporting Index

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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Dec 23, 2011
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