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Another new name is added to our list of century break makers this week, as Sam Ward made his first ever three-figure visit in The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles. Playing for F1 GRP Systems in the Premier Section, and paired against Clee Cons A’s John Parker, Ward narrowly lost his first frame before hitting an exact 100 break in his second. There was a few more points to be had, but not unexpectedly, he made sure of the vital ball. Alan Edmonds and Lee Plant scored further singles against Karl Krajnyak and James Richardson, before Daz Evans won both his frames to give F1 a 5-3 victory.

Leaders Fardel Shipping grabbed all eight points at Steve Austwick Garden Services when Paul Clark, Gary Challis, Jamie Green and Nige Emmerson all won 2-0.

Clee Cons Slotters drew 4-4 at T.R. Carpets after Scott Gibbins won the last two frames for them. Earlier, Mark Graves had given the home team the advantage.

An opening 2-0 from Mick Thornton was cancelled out with a 2-0 from Andy Aisthorpe as Ray Edmonds Stunners came back to draw four-apiece at Metshine Westlands.

Yet another 4-4 draw came at Ray Edmonds Enigma’s when Daz Potter, Dave McCann, Liam Oswin and Tim Seddon shared all the frames with Willows Sea Foods’ Steve Donner, Ryan Milson, Jack Stinson and Mike Rouse.

A 2-0 from Paul Salah and a single from Sean Norfolk against Keith Tomlinson put Clee Bowls A 3-1 up at Cromwell A. They couldn’t add to that, however, as Father and Son Jase and Matty Lawton won the last four frames for the home team in a 5-3 result.

Jon Taylor won both his frames, and Sean Carlile, Dave Bass and Anthony Jagger shared with Mike Emerson, Brian Hotson and Nigel Cordy as Cromwell Rat Pack won 5-3 at Clee Bowls X.

In a battle at the bottom, West End A beat G.S.N. Westlands 7-1 when Alan Phillips, Craig Rowbotham and Jonno Webster all won 2-0, and Steve Green shared with slam-saver Chris Tuck.

It’s tight at the top of Section A with only one point separating the leading four teams. Clee Cons beat Carr Lane E 6-2 when James Reynolds and Dean Richardson both won two and Jimmy Yates and Roy Southwell shared with Craig Smith and Terry Bird.

2-0 wins from Tony Storr and Paul Codd, and a single from Tony Ward against John Anderson gave Hainton A a 5-3 at Ray Edmonds N. Anthony Hepton won the other two frames for the home team.

Blossom Way B rocked Hainton B when John Lough and Bill Altoft both won two, and Albert Potterton and Dean Parker shared with Keith and Neil Russell in a 6-2 victory.

Rapide Frames went down by the same score as Kev North and Keith Board won two-apiece for Nats B, and Scott Long and Chris Yull shared with Tim and Brett Cattell.

An opening 2-0 from Kev Gowing was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from Matt Paterson as One Hainton came back to draw 4-4 with Blossom Way A.

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Carr Lane D hit Marcsmen for six when Mick Blowers and Brian Ryley both won 2-0 and Steve Leggett and Joe Goodfellow shared with Rick Kirk and Dan Webster.

Another six came at Clee Home Guard as Nick Mason and Mark Stevens won two each and Keith Southwell and Mark Rimmer shared with Ray Edmonds S’ Andy Stocks and Gaz Dannatt.

The big match in Section B saw leaders Beertrix Trotters entertain third in the table Healing Legion. The visitors got off to a good start as John Horne shared with Ash Kelk and Ricky Thornton beat Danny Reynolds 2-0 to put them 3-1 up. The next four frames were a reverse of the first four as Neil Sutton won 2-0 for the Trotters and Ryan Johnstone shared with Steve Rushby as an honourable draw was the outcome.

Cue World Comets beat Clee Bowls Y 5-3 when Michael Dent won both his frames and Robert Hunter, Craig Foster and Terry Haigh shared with Craig Allerston, Andy Widgery and Dave Richardson.

Haslams Plumbing and Heating won 6-2 at Ray Edmonds G after and Mike Reed and Paul Grayson won the last four frames for them. Earlier, Dave Walker and Karl Haslam shared with Ross Markham and Mike Langridge.

2-0 wins from Richard Grant and Phil Marshall and a single from Andy Smith against Sandy Young gave Ray Edmonds B a 5-3 at Grimsby Police A. Kev Ferguson won both his frames for the Coppers.

There’s no change at the top of Section C after the leading three teams all won 7-1. The Cons 2-0 winners at Birds Eye Rockets were Paul Lidgard, Mark George and Ryan Knox, whilst Adam Board saved the slam for the home team with a single against Chris Farrow.

West End B were at Westlands A for whom John Ford saved the slam with a single against Dan Blythe. This apart, it was plain sailing for Matt Chandler, Gary Brown and Sam Mountain, who made breaks of 53 and 34.

Home Maintenance Services played host to Rays Rockaz and it was 2-0’s from Alan Brown, John Ashford-Smith and Alan Robertson, and a single from Heidi De Gruchy that gave them the win. Saving the whitewash for the Rockaz was David Taylor.

Cromwell Car Care put six past Standard B when Clive Brummitt and Chris Gilliatt both won 2-0 and Pete Keeble and Phil Neild shared with Andy Kenningale and Pete Gibson.

2-0 wins from James Drury and Terry Kerley and a single from Jam McKeon against Ray Nicholson gave Jubilee Rangers a 5-3 at Pelham Printers. Winning two for the home team was Wayne Bramley.

A three-man Chalk It Up drew 4-4 at Crommy Cats when Barry Haigh won both his frames and Keith Haigh and John Rice shared with the Cats’ Warren Fenwick and Jord Alexander.

Report by Dave Webster

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