Two men were charged with murdering a young father following an argument at a Royal British Legion Social Club.

Max Maguire was a 23-year old fisherman who died from knife injuries at the Lymington scene in Hampshire. Another 23-year old man was rushed by ambulance to hospital, where he is still being treated.

Georgina Wort, a 23-year-old Southampton woman, was also stabbed during Friday night’s incident. She sustained’serious injuries in her chest’.

Monday, October 25, 2018, Garon Jewell, 18, and Draven Jewell (20) from Lymington were charged with murder, one charge of attempted murder, and one count each of grievous bodily injury with intent.

Both were remanded in custody and will appear at Southampton Magistates Court on Tuesday, October 26.

The family of Mr Maguire, who has been devastated by the loss of his son, have paid tribute to the amazing’ father of one.

Max Maguire, 23, has been identified as the victim of a fatal stabbing in Lymington on Friday

Max Maguire, 23 years old, was the victim of a fatal stabbing at Lymington on Friday

It read: “Lovely Max was a popular boy with lots of friends.

“Max was the first person Max met who fell in love with him immediately. He would make you laugh, and he would give his heart to anyone in need.

Delilah Daisy’s father Max was an incredible father. Her father was robbed from her.

“He was an extraordinary son, brother and uncle, nephew, grandson and cousin.

Max also loved his job of a fisherman, and worked hard. He loved his dog as well.

His loving family, including his siblings, parents, brothers, sisters, uncles and aunties as well as his nan and grandad, will miss him greatly.

Max’s life changed everything.

Detective Inspector Rod Kenny who is leading this investigation stated that “This is a tragic accident and our thoughts remain with Max’s family and friends as also the other people injured.”

“The charges are the result of three days of intensive investigations by officers. We will continue working with the Crown Prosecution Service regarding this case.”

Brian Goodall, New Forest Inspector, said: “Friday’s tragic events will have concerned the community. So we have increased patrols in that area which I hope has provided some relief.

“If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact any of our officers.”

A Lymington 14-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion for murder.

Lymington man, 29, was arrested for murder suspicion. He has been released and no further action will be taken against him.

Pictured: Flowers at the scene outside the Royal British Legion on High Street in Lymington, Hampshire, where two men and a woman were found with stab wounds on Friday evening

Pictured: Flowers in front of the Royal British Legion on High Street, Lymington (Hampshire), where two men were found with stab wounds and a woman on Friday evening

Garon Jewell, 18, and Draven Jewell, 20, from Lymington, have been charged with murder of Max Maguire. Pictured: Forensic officers at the scene of the stabbing on Lymington High Street on Friday morning

Draven and Garon Jewell, both aged 20, were charged with murdering Max Maguire. Pictured: Police officers at the scene on Friday morning of the stabbing at Lymington High St.

Ms. Wort posted on Facebook Saturday: “Unfortunately, life is so so cruel. One of my best friends from life won’t be returning home to his family while another is still in hospital.

“I was very lucky that my injuries were not worse. I’m back at home, and I’m so grateful to be here. Justice will be served. I will make sure it happens.

She also wrote: “Last night was my worst nightmare.” Please allow us to process what has happened.

Lymington residents and traders expressed shock at the stabbing that occurred in what is normally a sleepy town for yachting.

A 23-year-old woman received knife wounds to her chest which are not life-threatening

A 23-year old woman sustained knife wounds to her chest that are not life-threatening.

Mark Edwards, who has owned Edwards Clothing in Lymington High Street for 33-years, expressed concern at how fashionable it has become to own a knife.

The 60-year-old from Barton-on-Sea stated that he had never seen anything like it.

“I worry about what society has become.”

“In the old days, you might have a little fight with someone, but you wouldn’t stab them.

“It seems almost fashionable to carry a knife, and stab someone.

Ali Gul, 41 years old, is the owner of Cell Zone on Lymington High Street. He said, ‘You don’t expect it in small towns like this, but maybe in big cities, but not here. It’s very strange.

“It’s an interesting town to visit, and you don’t expect things like these.”