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Paul Clark takes the plaudits again this week as he ran in another century break in The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles. Playing for Fardel Shipping in the Premier Section, and paired against Clee Bowls X’s Nigel Cordy, there was twenty-five points scored in the frame when he returned to the table. Opening with a tricky red, Clark then potted the blue before going on to make a very impressive clearance of 101. With a more modest break of 34, he won his second frame and inspired team-mates Jamie Green, Paul Jackson and Mick Ponsonby to win the remaining frames in an 8-0 victory. This result sees the Shippers back at the top of the league table.

Clee Cons A were “away” at club-mates the Slotters and managed a 5-3 win thanks mainly to John Parker and Gary Skipworth who both scored 2-0’s. Scott Gibbins won both his frames for the home team whilst Luke Maddison (89) shared with James Richardson.

An opening 2-0 from Steve Donner and singles from Ryan Milson, Mike Rouse and Jack Stinson against Brad Burrell, Dan Morton and John Morton gave Willows Sea Foods a 5-3 at G.S.N. Westlands.

Sam Ward and Alan Edmonds both won two and Nige Lamming and Tony Miller shared with Terry Burns and Simon Bensley as F1 GRP Systems beat Cromwell A 6-2

A 2-0 from Tony Aisthorpe and singles from Pete Smith, Mick Thornton and Tim Gillin saw Metshine Westlands win 5-3 at Steve Austwick Garden Services. Andy Leworthy, Steve Austwick and Cameron Dunlop won the singles for Austwick’s.

T.R. Carpets beat Clee Bowls A 5-3 when Mark Graves and Jamal Uddin won two each and Ian Crosby shared with Pete Mitchell. Winning two for the Bowlers was Paul Salah.

2-0 wins from Jonno Webster and Steve Green and a single from John Parrott against Steve Fisher gave West End A a 5-3 at Ray Edmonds Stunners. The home team’s two-frame winner was Andy Aisthorpe.

Cromwell Rat Pack hit Ray Edmonds Enigma’s for six as Jon Taylor and Dave Bass both won 2-0 and Sean Carlile and Mick Greenhalgh shared with Daz Potter and Dave McCann.

Clee Cons are top of Section A following a 5-3 victory at Hainton A. James Reynolds and Roy Southwell were their 2-0 winners with Steve Johnson snatching a frame against Paul Codd. Hainton’s 2-0 winner was Tony Ward.

A 2-0 from Tony Lamberton was cancelled out by a 2-0 from Marc Phillips as Hainton B had to settle for a draw against Marcsmen.

An opening four frame salvo from Scott Long and Scott Templeman and a single from Nick Woods against Mike Reed gave Nats B a 5-3 against Ray Edmonds N. The 2-0 winner for N was Jase Sanders.

Rapide Frames were smashed 7-1 at Carr Lane E when Stu Sadler, Terry Bird and Craig Smith all won 2-0 and Glen Glover shared with slam-saver Tim Cattell.

The star in the section was Clee Home Guard’s Mark Rimmer who ran in a fabulous break of 80 when winning both his frames. Sadly for him, Rob Broughton won 2-0 for opponents One Hainton so his team drew 4-4.

The derby game at Immingham saw Albert Potterton win two for Blossom Way B, and Mark Neull do the same for Blossom Way A as the match finished all square.

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Section A continued.

2-0 wins from Andy Stocks and Steve Arnold and a single from Mick Forward against Rick Bass gave Ray Edmonds S a 5-3 against Clee Bowls C. Cagey Harry Putland won the other two frames for the Bowlers.

In a game of two halves, Dave Bird and Mike Caborn put Standard All Stars 4-0 up against Section B leaders Beertrix Trotters, only to see Danny Reynolds and Ryan Johnstone win the last four frames for the top team to force a draw.

Cue World Comets piled more misery on Express Maintenance as 2-0’s from Robert Hunter and Terry Haigh, and singles from Michael Dent and Daz Barraclough against Blake Munton and Paul Brett Jnr, gave the Comets a 6-2 victory.

Dave Powell and Tom Steer both won two and Nath Nichols shared with Karl Haslam as Hainton C won 5-3 at Haslams Plumbing and Heating. Chris Scott scored the two for the home team.

Ross Markham won 2-0 for Ray Edmonds G but Dave Richardson did the same for Clee Bowls Y as the match finished four-apiece.

Grimsby Police A put the cosh to Healing Mens as Kev Ferguson and Mark Tartellin both won two and Paul Dixon and Sandy Young shared with Andy Hewitt and Drew Winship in a 6-2 victory.

Richard Smith won the first frame of the night for Next Generation Fitness at Ray Edmonds B, but that was their lot as Phil Marshall, Richard Grant, Tony Pearce and Mark Tupman won the rest of the frames for the home team in a 7-1 thrashing.

Clee Cons C stay ahead of the pack in Section C after a 7-1 mauling of Clee Home Guard Renegades. Luke Fields won the single for the Guardsmen before Ryan Knox, Mark George, Paul Lidgard and Chris Farrow won the rest of the frames.

Nats A went down 5-3 at Jubilee Rangers when Jam McKeon and Pete Masson both won two and Gaz Camburn shared with Dave Burton. The Nats 2-0 winner was Kev Hare.

West End B ran in seven against Standard B as Sam Mountain, Matt Chandler and Gary Brown all won 2-0 and Ryan Howsam shared with slam-saver Phil Evans.

Home Maintenance Services also scored seven when after Alan Robertson shared the first two frames with Cromwell B’s Mick Bird, John Ashford-Smith, Heidi De Grouchy and James Wootton won all the rest.

2-0 wins from John Cook and Phil Madin, and a single from Adam Board against John Rice, gave Birds Eye Rockets a 5-3 at Chalk It Up. The home side’s 2-0 winner was Barry Haigh.

In a game of two halves, Brad Mowforth and Warren Fenwick put Crommy Cats 4-0 up, only to see Trev Thompson and Geoff Downing win the last four frames for Cabbies in a four-all draw.

An opening four frame burst from Nigel Mumby and Steve Moody and a single from Matt Tomlinson against Wayne Bramley, saw Westlands A to a 5-3 victory at Pelham Printers. Tom Jackson won the last two frames for the Printers.

Report by Dave Webster

John Parrott, Chairman of the League, presents the John Langlands Trophy to Blake Munton.