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The top clash this week in The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles came in the Premier Section, when second in the table Clee Cons A took on club-mates Clee Cons Slotters at Grimsby Road. Paul Beasley opened the scoring for the Slotters with a 2-0, only to see Karl Krajnyak reply for the home team with breaks of 90, 63 and 31 to level the scores. John Parker then shared with Luke Maddison before a last board 2-0 from Gary Skipworth gave the A team a 5-3 victory to enhance their second spot.

Leaders Fardel Shipping made short work of their visit to Clee Bowls X as 2-0’s from Paul Clark, Jamie Green, Gary Challis and Nige Emmerson gave them a maximum haul of eight.

F1 GRP Systems hit Cromwell A for six when Alan Edmonds and Daz Evans both won two, and Sam Ward and Nige Lamming shared with Terry Burns and Matty Lawton.

Willows Sea Foods were held to a 4-4 draw by a three-man G.S.N. Westlands as John Morton won 2-0 for G.S.N. and Brad Burrell and Dan Morton shared with Steve Donner and Ryan Milson.

T.R. Carpets beat Clee Bowls A 6-2 when Martyn Shaw, Mark Graves and Rick Gilliatt all won two in reply to a 2-0 from Sean Norfolk.

Metshine Westlands put seven past Steve Austwick Garden Services as Pete Smith, Tim Gillin and Mick Thornton all won 2-0 and Tony Aisthorpe shared with slam-saver Daz Stanfield.

Singles from Andy Aisthorpe and Steve Fisher against Steve Green and John Parrott put Ray Edmonds Stunners 2-0 up at West End A. They couldn’t add to that, however, as Green and Parrott won the next two before Craig Rowbotham and Jonno Webster won the last four frames in a 6-2 West End victory.

A 2-0 from Anthony Jagger and singles from Sean Carlile, Jon Taylor and Dave Bass gave Cromwell Rat Pack a 5-3 against Ray Edmonds Enigma’s. Scoring for Enigma’s were Daz Potter, Liam Oswin and Tim Seddon.


The big match in Section A saw Clee Cons take on Hainton A who were top before the start of the game. Jason Reynolds won the first two frames for the Cons and that proved to be the difference as no matter how they tried, Dave Bartlett, Paul Codd and Tony Ward could only share their frames with James Reynolds, Dean Richardson and Steve Johnson as the Cons won 5-3.

This result allowed Hainton B to go top after they won 6-2 at Marcsmen. Dave Cox and Butch Reynolds were their 2-0 winners with Neil Russell and Lewis Smith sharing against Rick Kirk and Marc Phillips.

Ray Edmonds N slip down the table after suffering a 7-1 home defeat to Nats B. Kev North, Scott Templeman and Keith Board all won two for the Nats whilst Chris Yull shared with Anthony Hepton.

In a game of two halves, Tim Cattell and Len Rodgers won the first four frames for Rapide Frames, only to see Stu Sadler and Terry Bird win the last four for Carr Lane E as the teams drew four-apiece.




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A last board 2-0 from Eric Buck and earlier singles from Ken Payne, Mick Laverick and Rick Bass gave Clee Bowls C a 5-3 against Ray Edmonds S. Scoring for the Edmonds team were Gaz Dannatt, Nick Masters and Steve Arnold.

The derby game at Blossom Way saw Dean Parker win two for the B team and Paul Simpson win two for A in a 4-4 draw.


Beertrix Trotters entertained Standard All Stars in Section B and found themselves 3-1 down after Mike Caborn won 2-0, and Neil Caborn shared with Simon Lidgard. That was it for the All Stars though, as Ryan Johnstone and Neil Sutton won the last four frames for the Trotters in a 5-3 victory.

2-0 wins from Dave Powell and Dan Chisnall and a single from Nath Nichols against Karl Haslam gave Hainton C a 5-3 against Haslams Plumbing and Heating. Winning two for the Plumbers was Paul Grayson.

Ray Edmonds B won 5-3 at Next Generation Fitness when Phil Marshall won both his frames and Andy Smith, Richard Grant and Tony Pearce shared with Trev Blyth, Stu Wilkinson and Anthony Bray.

A 2-0 from Paul Dixon was cancelled out by a 2-0 from Drew Winship as Healing Mens came back to draw four-each with Grimsby Police A.

Ray Edmonds G beat Clee Bowls Y 6-2 when Kane Munton and Mike Langridge both won 2-0 and Blake Munton and Rob Mundy shared with Martin Dowling and Garry White.


As reported late last week, Chalk It Up have withdrawn from Section C and as their points have been expunged, the league table is up to date as of now. This leaves West End B in top spot, Clee Cons C second, and Home Maintenance Services in third. The WestEnders were at Standard B and went four-nil up after Sam Mountain and Matt Chandler both won two each for them. Andy Kenningale, with a good 39 break, and Pete Gibson then won a frame each for the home team, against Rich Kissane and Dan Blythe, to restrict the leaders to six.

Home Maintenance Services beat Cromwell B 5-3 when Alan Brown, Alan Robertson and Heidi De Gruchy shared with Brian Broomhead, Mick Bird and Keith Fuller before a 2-0 from Jon Ashford-Smith gave them the win.

A three-man Jubilee Rangers put up a good fight at Nats A as Stuart Kilner, Terry Kerley and Jam McKeon shared the six frames played with Paul Blanchard, Dave Burton and Mike Newham. They then had to concede the last two frames.

A last board 2-0 from Tom Jackson, and singles from Ray Nicholson, Dave Dawson and Wayne Bramley, gave Pelham Printers a 5-3 at Westlands A. Winning a frame each for the Wessies were Nige Mumby, John Ford and Matt Tomlinson.

Cromwell Car Care won 6-2 at Rays Rockaz when Mike Clark and Pete Keeble won two-apiece, and Phil Neild and Clive Brummitt shared with John Elliston and Matt Jones.




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