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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-
Clee Cons A were “away” at club-
An opening 2-
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-
T.R. Carpets beat Clee Bowls A 5-
Cromwell Rat Pack hit Ray Edmonds Enigma’s for six as Jon Taylor and Dave Bass both won 2-
Clee Cons are top of Section A following a 5-
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-
Rapide Frames were smashed 7-
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-
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.
Section A continued.
In a game of two halves, Dave Bird and Mike Caborn put Standard All Stars 4-
Cue World Comets piled more misery on Express Maintenance as 2-
Dave Powell and Tom Steer both won two and Nath Nichols shared with Karl Haslam as Hainton C won 5-
Ross Markham won 2-
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-
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-
Clee Cons C stay ahead of the pack in Section C after a 7-
Nats A went down 5-
West End B ran in seven against Standard B as Sam Mountain, Matt Chandler and Gary Brown all won 2-
Home Maintenance Services also scored seven when after Alan Robertson shared the first two frames with Cromwell B’s Mick Bird, John Ashford-
In a game of two halves, Brad Mowforth and Warren Fenwick put Crommy Cats 4-
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-
John Parrott, Chairman of the League, presents the John Langlands Trophy to Blake Munton.