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It’s congratulations and commiserations in The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles as the season ended this week with titles, promotions and relegation's all sorted. Fardel Shipping won the Premier Section and finished off with a 7-
Clee Cons A, who unfortunately could only field three players, are in second spot despite losing 5-
Clee Cons Slotters, who still have a match to play, scored six at three-
F1 GRP Systems picked up a 6-
T.R. Carpets condemned Clee Bowls X to the A league on count back as they won 5-
Ray Edmonds Enigma’s stayed up on count back after winning 5-
After a thrilling finish in Section A, Hainton B are Champions following a 6-
Clee Cons needed a good result to guarantee second spot and did just that with an 8-
Hainton A claim the third promotion place with a 5-
Nats B went down 6-
Ray Edmonds N won 6-
Rapide Frames thrashed Carr Lane D 7-
The presentation will be held at McMenemy’s on Saturday June 16th 2018…more
Will all current trophy holders please return them in a clean condition to Jim Litchfield or the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre.
The top clash in Section B featured Hainton C at home against Champions Beertrix Trotters who only had three players. Dave Powell shared the opening two frames with Danny Reynolds and that was it for the Trotters as Nath Nichols and Dan Webber won the rest of the frames played in a 7-
Standard All Stars grab the third promotion place on count back from Cue World Comets after beating relegated Clee Bowls Y 7-
The Comets beat Cleethorpes Collectable’s 6-
Grimsby Police A played their last match at the Police Club and finished with a 5-
An opening 2-
Following irregularities in Section C, West End B have been demoted to bottom place in the section. This is not in any way a reflection on the West End Club.
Clee Cons C have finished in top spot after a 7-
Nats B in third, picked up all the points against Birds Eye Rockets who failed to show up.
Cromwell Car Care hit Cabbies for six when Clive Brummitt and Pete Keeble both won two and Mike Clark and Matty Baker shared with Trev Thompson and Mick Thomas.
Rays Rockaz also got six as Matt Jones, David Taylor and Richard Caunt all won two in response to a 2-
Jubilee Rangers beat Cromwell B 5-
Standard B lost 5-
John Parrott, Chairman of the League, presenting the John Langlands Trophy to Blake Munton.