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F1 GRP Systems take the plaudits this week in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles as they became the first team this season to beat current champions Fardel Shipping. With F1 being at home, good parings and great snooker saw Sam Ward (52) and Alan Edmonds (53) both win 2-0 and Nige Lamming (58) and Tony Miller share with Paul Clark (78) and Paul Jackson in a brilliant 6-2 victory.

Second in the table Clee Cons Slotters thrashed Cromwell Rat Pack 7-1 when Scott Gibbins, Luke Maddison and Paul Beasley all won two and Lee Pawson shared with slam-saver Dave Bass.

Leylands Lads put all eight past bottom team Hainton B as Jeff Cundy, Steve Donner, John Cribb and John Gregson won all the frames.

An opening 2-0 from Martyn Shaw was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from John Parker as T.R. Carpets drew 4-4 with Clee Cons A.

The derby game at Westlands saw G.S.N. beat Metshine 6-2 when Ashley Wright and John Morton both won two and Scott Templeman and Keith Atmore drew with Dan Mumby and Mick Thornton.

Another 6-2 score line came from West End A as John Parrott and Craig Rowbotham won two-apiece and Steve Green and Dave Webster shared with Willows Sea Foods’ Mike Rouse and Stevie Pawson.

In a battle at the bottom end of the table, a last board 2-0 from Ian Taylor gave Cromwell A a 5-3 home win against Hainton A. Earlier, Matty Lawton, Jase Lawton and Keith Tomlinson had shared with visitors Dave Bartlett, Paul Codd and Tony Ward.


With Ray Edmonds Stunners having their bye in Section A, Ray Edmonds Enigma’s move to the top of the table following a 7-1 victory at Marcsmen. Daz Potter, Liam Oswin and Steve Ellis were their 2-0 winners with Tim Seddon sharing against Dan Webster.

Clee Bowls X cement third place with a 6-2 win against Don Noble Bookmakers. Kev Ratcliffe (good to see him back in the fold) and Steve Crane were their 2-0 heroes whilst Nigel Cordy and Ian Hogarth shared against the Bookies’ Craig Smith and Mark Stevens.

Pete Mitchell won the first two frames for Clee Bowls A but Jase Sanders won the last two for Ray Edmonds N as the teams drew four-four.

2-0 wins from Jack Stinson and Alex Burnett and a single from Anthony Bray against Steve Johnson gave Seven Seas Hurricanes a 5-3 against Clee Cons. Dean Richardson won the other two frames for the Cons.

The battle of the Blossoms saw Andy Johnson win both his frames for the A team and Dean Parker do likewise for the B in a 4-4 draw. The pick of the pairings, however, featured Phil Robinson against the wily Bill Altoft and despite Robinson making breaks of 53 and 51, Altoft managed to win a frame.

Nats B beat Rapid Frames 6-2 when Kev North and Keith Board both won two and Nick Woods and Chris Yull shared with Bri Beasley and Brett Cattell.

A single from Brian Ryley against Shaun Cook, and 2-0’s from Steve Leggett and Joe Goodfellow, gave Carr Lane D a 5-3 against Clee Bowls Police. Mark Stainton won both his frames for the Police.


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One Hainton had a bye this week in Section B so the focus of attention fell on second in the table Ray Edmonds S who made the trip to Cue World Mints. The home team went into a 3-1 lead as Chris Farrow won both his frames and Ben Woodhouse shared with Steve Arnold. That was it for the Mints though, as Mick Forward and Gaz Dannatt won the last four frames to give the Edmonds side a 5-3 victory.

Harry Putland gave Clee Bowls C a two-frame lead in their match against Carr Lane E but that was their lot, however, as Stu Sadler, Mick Casey and Terry Bird won all the remaining frames in a 6-2 result.

2-0 wins from Ricky Thornton and Steve Rushby and a single from John Horne against Dan Chisnall gave Healing Legion a 5-3 at Hainton C. Tom Steer won the other two frames for the home team.

Dave Walker won the opening two frames for Haslams Plumbing and Heating but Ross Markham won the last two for Ray Edmonds G as the match finished four-apiece.

This format was repeated when Jason Neal won two for Standard A only to see Andy Hill do the same for Clee Home Guard H. Dave Bird made a very good 53 break for Standard.

In a game of two halves, George Walters and Mark Tartellin won the first four frames for Grimsby Police, but Geoff Pearce and Drew Winship won the last four for Healing Mens in another 4-4 draw.


The big match in Section C featured leaders Beertrix Trotters against joint second placed Cue World Comets at the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre. The Comets went 2-0 up as Terry Littlefair won the first two frames but this was quickly cancelled out as Neil Sutton won the next two for the home team. Andy Leworthy then shared with John Parr before a last board 2-0 from Danny Reynolds steered the Trotters to a 5-3 victory.

D.L. & Son move level with the Comets after Bob Barnes won both his frames in a 5-3 win at Cromwell Car Care. Dave Johnson, Mark Hoodless and Geoff Ford shared the rest of the frames with Car Care’s Matty Baker, Clive Brummitt and Pete Keeble.

Ray Edmonds B hit Westlands A for six when Phil Marshall and Andy Smith both won 2-0 and Mark Tupman and Tony Pearce shared with Nigel Mumby and Mick Webber.

An opening 2-0 from James Reynolds was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from Craig Allerston as Clee Bowls Y came back to draw 4-4 with Clee Cons C.

Doo Darrs won 6-2 at Birds Eye A when Liam Cribb, Michael Dent and Robert Hunter all won two in reply to a 2-0 from Darren Till.

Cabbies took Pelham Printers for a ride as Steve Singleton, John Mimmack and Geoff Downing all won 2-0 and Ian Singleton shared with Ray Nicholson in a 7-1 thrashing.

Andy Williamson won both his frames for Jubilee Rangers but Ryan Johnstone did the same for Nats A as the teams drew 4-4.

An opening four frame salvo from Mick Bird and Keith Fuller and a single from Phil Revell against Matt Jones gave Cromwell B a 5-3 at Rays Rockaz. Jeff Leak won the other two frames for the Rockaz.

Report by Dave Webster

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