There were big wins all round in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Doubles but none more so than leaders Dads and Lads who put six past bottom team Carr Lane A. Played at the Cromwell Club, there were a couple of close frames but in the end, they all went to Jon Taylor, Matty Lawton, Ian Taylor, Keith Tomlinson, Jase Lawton and Mick Greenhalgh who proved just too strong for the CarrLaners.
Second placed Clee Cons B came unstuck at Clee Home Guard when a 2-0 from Nick Mason and Daz Stanfield, and singles from Rick Pacey, Terry Robinson, Paul King and Keith Southwell gave the home team a 4-2 victory. Scoring for the visitors were Mark Goss, Steve Donner, Lee Pawson and Scott Gibbins.
It was a bad night for the Cons as the A team lost 5-1 at home to the Nats. Danny Hargrave, Mick Smith, Dave Burton and Nige Emmerson (62 clearance) all won two for the victors whilst Paul Blanchard and Ian Sutherland shared with slam-savers Mick Vincent and Tony Forster.
A four-man Cue World Comets lost 5-1 to Hainton B when Andy McArthur and Matt Paterson won both their frames and George Clark and Dave Tanner shared with Aaron McHugh and Terry Haigh.
Blossom Way lead the way in Section A following a 4-2 victory against West End B. Daz Edwards, John Rowson, Albert Potterton and Kev Gowing shared the first four frames with Walt Simpson, Malcolm Naulls, Michael Boulton and Dave Page before Graham Hewson and Terry Griffith sealed the win.
Cromwell B produced a shock result at second in the table Hainton Potters when Aide Richardson and Daz Burrows won the last two frames for them in a 4-2 victory. Earlier, Dave Telfer, Cliff Rigby, Les Pigg and Phil Revell shared with Wayne Willett, Ray Stowers, Luke Willett and Ashley Brett.
Birds Eye Granddads beat Standard A 4-2 as Mick Silver and Mick Harris both won 2-0 and Gordon Coulling, Ray Dickson, Mick Boyington and Pete Hall shared with Andy Kenningale, Jeff Leak, Brad Mowforth and Pete Gibson.
Clee Bowls B put five past Healing Legion when Dave Cox, Lenny Davidson, Dave Walton and Steve Kavanagh all won two, and Mick Parker and Janett Newell shared with slam-savers Paul Stringer and Bernard Mooney.