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Report by Dave Webster.

The T. R. Carpets Grimsby and District Billiards and Snooker League presentation evening kicked off at McMenemy’s with League Sponsor Rick Gilliatt once again presenting the trophies.

Billiards

Liam Oswin was the first recipient as he was the runner up in the Stan Moore Senior Billiards.

The winner of the Senior Billiards, Jamie Green came next to collect his first of many trophies following another tremendous season.

Oswin was on stage again when receiving the winner of the League Cup award before Green made his next appearance as winner of the Telegraph Bowl.

Joe Tomkins and Jeff Leak represented Ray Edmonds A who were runners up in the Billiards Team Knock-out and these were followed by Ray Charlton and Mick Chew of Clee Bowls  who were the winners.

Tomkins and Leak collected another trophy as runners up in the Billiards League before Nige Emmerson and Phil Lees came out to tremendous applause to receive the winners prize.

And finally in this section, it was Jamie Green again who with a wonderful break of 105, made the highest billiards break of the season.

Snooker Knock-outs

We started with the Mick Chew Grimsby Senior K.O. and guess who, it was Jamie Green who came forward to collect the runners up trophy.

Green was beaten in the final by third time winner Ashley Wright, who unfortunately for all attending was enjoying a well earned holiday.

The Steve Arnold League Cup was next and the winner was Jonno Webster. This was only the third time Webster had contested this event. The first, way back in 2003, he finished runner up to Jamie Barrett before in the following year, 2004 he won it.

Moving on to the Steve Trott Baskcombe Cup, and with a magnificent break of 123 on his way to the final, the winner is Scott Gibbins.


Snooker Knock-outs (cont)

The ever popular Roy Ling Grimsby Pairs featured Brothers on opposite sides as Graham Challis, partnered by Mick Ponsonby took on Gary, who’s compatriot was Jamie Green. In a fabulous match, Gary and Jamie came out on top with Gary running in a brilliant 103 break.

And lastly in this section, the Dave Webster Veterans Knock-out saw Alan Edmonds collect the winners trophy for the third time.

Snooker Singles.

Starting with Section C, the winners were West End D and they were represented by Captain Dave Dixon, Paul King, Andy Warner, Mark Piercy and Shane Smith.

Section B winners were Haslams Plumbing and Heating for whom Karl Haslam, Daniel Harrison and Paul Grayson came forward to collect the trophy.

The winners of Section A were Blossom Way A from Immingham and their representatives were John Rowson, Steve Neul, Myles Kennan, Mark Neul and Kev Gowing.

The Premier Section Winners needed no introduction as they picked up the trophy for the umpteenth time. Captain Nige Emmerson was accompanied by Paul Clark, Jamie Green, Gary and Graham Challis, Mick Ponsonby and Paul Jackson.

Snooker Doubles

The Section A snooker doubles winners were Carr Lane A and they were represented by Pete Dannatt, Vic Adams, Mel Pratt, John Baker and Daz Braithwaite.

The Premier Section winners were West End A and it was Dave Dixon, Paul King, Andy Warner, Daz Stanfield, Martyn Shaw, Mick Ponsonby and League Sponsor Rick Gilliatt who came forward for the trophy.

And finally, the highest singles break of the season trophy was won by Paul Clark who made a wonderful visit of 112.