Remarkably, the Scotsman only lost 9 legs across his eight matches on the day. Kevin Garcia and Nathan Treadgold were both dismissed with 89 averages before McEwan stepped it up to 93 when defeating Jelle Klaasen 5-1 in the round of 64.
An 88 average followed in a whitewash of Will Harwood, an average which was then replicated in the round of 16 in a 5-3 over Colin Osborne.
Another whitewash followed, this time of German Steven Noster in the quarter finals, Darren Penhall managed to grab a leg in the semi finals as McEwan averaged 97 and he did the same again in the final as he beat Stephen Burton without losing a leg to seal the title in style.
Keelan Kay 5-4 Jacob Taylor
Matthew Edgar 5-1 Lee Budgen
Jason Hogg 5-3 Scott Marsh
Stephen Burton 5-1 Robert Owen
Jim McEwan 5-3 Colin Osborne
Steven Noster 5-2 Jimmy Bristow
Darren Penhall 5-4 Jesus Noguera
Thomas Lovely 5-3 Graham Usher
Matthew Edgar 5-2 Keelan Kay
Stephen Burton 5-3 Jason Hogg
Jim McEwan 5-0 Steven Noster
Darren Penhall 5-1 Thomas Lovely
Stephen Burton 5-0 Matthew Edgar
Jim McEwan 5-1 Darren Penhall
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