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The week’s top clash came in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles when fourth placed F1 GRP Systems entertained leaders Fardel Shipping at the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre. The home team got off to a great start as Daz Evans won both his frames and Nige Lamming shared with Jamie Green to put the Systems 3-
Second in the table Clee Cons A bagged all eight frames against Ray Edmonds Enigma’s when James Richardson, John Parker, Gary Skipworth and Karl Krajnyak all won 2-
Clee Cons Slotters won 6-
T.R. Carpets put seven past Willows Sea Foods when Mark Graves, Martyn Shaw and Ian Crosby all won 2-
Metshine Westlands beat a three-
Cromwell A did the double on their stablemates Rat Pack when 2-
Hainton B have a slender one-
Clee Cons beat Carr Lane D 5-
Scott Ayres won both his frames for Marcsmen, but Jase Sanders did the same for Ray Edmonds N as the match finished four-
Mark Stevens won 2-
Carr Lane E hit Ray Edmonds S for six when Stu Sadler and Glenn Glover both won two and Craig Smith and Terry Bird shared with Gaz Dannatt and Nick Masters.
An opening 2-
Important change to the Veterans Knockout.
The date of the Dave Webster Veterans Knockout at the Ray Edmonds Club has been changed to Sunday 22nd April. The draw will take place at 12:15pm for a 12:30pm start. All league members over the age of 45 are welcome to enter the best of three frames competition.
Beertrix Trotters have one hand on the trophy in Section B after a 6-
Hainton C drew 4-
Another drawn game came at Next Generation Fitness as Anthony Bray won two for the home team in reply to a 2-
An opening four frame salvo from Neil and Mike Caborn (54), and singles from Adam and Steve Metcalf saw Standard All Stars to a 6-
Clee Bowls Y won 6-
West End B stay ahead of the pack in Section C after an 8-
Clee Cons C were one off a max when Chris Farrow, Ryan Knox and Mark George all won two and Tom Keeley shared with Standard B’s Pete Gibson.
Home Maintenance Services were gifted eight frames as Clee Home Guard Renegades couldn’t raise a team.
An opening 2-
In a match much closer than the score would suggest, Jubilee Rangers won all the frames at Cabbies when Jim Drury, Terry Kerley, Pete Masson and Jam McKeon came out on top.
Adam Board and Darren Till won two each, and Phil Madin shared with Matt Jones as Birds Eye Rockets beat Rays Rockaz 5-
John Parrott, Chairman of the League, presenting the John Langlands Trophy to Blake Munton.