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Fardel Shipping, the champions in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles, showed no signs of taking their foot of the gas as they won 6-2 away at Willows Sea Foods this week. With no breaks of any note, Gary Challis and Nige Emmerson both won 2-0 for them, and Paul Clark and Paul Jackson shared with the home teams’ Ryan Milson and Jon Taylor.

Second in the table Clee Cons Slotters were given a bit of a test at bottom team Hainton A when Adam Boyington, Dave Cox and Neil Russell all won a frame for the home side. In the end, it was a last board 2-0 from Jon Steel that saw the Slotters to a 5-3 victory.

Third placed F1 GRP Systems drew 4-4 at Metshine Westlands after Rick Gilliatt won the last two frames for them to tie the scores. Earlier, Tony Aisthorpe and Tim Gillin shared the first four frames with Alan Edmonds and Nige Lamming before a 2-0 from Mick Thornton put Metshine in front.

T.R. Carpets hit Cromwell A for six when Bob Reeves and Martyn Shaw both won two and Nige Otter and Ian Crosby shared with Ian Taylor and Terry Burns.

2-0 wins from Steve Wright and Craig Rowbotham and a single from John Parrott against Paul Codd gave West End A a 5-3 at Hainton A. Tony Ward starred for the home team making breaks of 62 and 34 when winning both his frames.

A 2-0 from Daz Stanfield was equalled by a 2-0 from Sean Carlile as Cromwell Rat Pack came back to draw 4-4 with Steve Austwick Garden Services.

Unfortunately for G.S.N. Westlands, they were unable to field a team at Clee Cons A and had to concede the points.

Ray Edmonds Stunners have a two-point lead at the top of Section A following a 5-3 victory at Clee Bowls Police. Daniel Harrison was the 2-0 winner for Stunners whilst Andy Aisthorpe, Abs Momin and Steve Fisher shared with Shaun Cook, Johnpaul Teanby and Chris McIver.

Relegation threatened Rapid Frames eased their fears with a fantastic 4-4 draw at second in the table Ray Edmonds Enigma’s. Tim Cattell and Len Rodgers shared with Daz Potter (63) and Tim Seddon, and Brett Cattell (43) won both his frames in response to a 2-0 from Liam Oswin who made breaks of 57 and 32.

Bottom team Seven Seas Hurricanes lost 7-1 against Clee Bowls X as Nige Cordy, Brian Hotson and Ian Hogarth collected 2-0’s and Pete Kuzemczak shared with slam-saver Anthony Bray.

2-0 wins from Rick Kirk and Dan Webster and a single from Marc Phillips against Roy Ling gave Marcsmen a 5-3 at Clee Bowls A. Scoring two for the Bowlers was Paul Salah.

Clee Cons thrashed Blossom Way A 7-1 when Jason Reynolds, Steve Johnson and Roy Southwell all won two and Dean Richardson shared with Andy Johnson.

A 2-0 from Brian Ryley, and singles from Steve Leggett and Arthur Young against Craig Taylor and Mark Stevens, earned Carr Lane D a draw at Don Noble Bookmakers. Winning both his frames for the Bookies was Ian Sadler.

Nats Beat Ray Edmonds N 5-3 when Kev North and Wayne Webber won two apiece and Keith Board shared with Anthony Hepton. Jase Sanders was the 2-0 winner for Edmonds.

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Having already secured the title in Section B, One Hainton eased up a little at Haslams Plumbing and Heating as a 2-0 from Dave Walker, and singles from Karl Haslam, Mike Reed and Tony Gowing gave Haslam’s a surprising 5-3 victory.

Second in the table Ray Edmonds S bounced back from last week’s thrashing to beat Clee Home Guard H 7-1. Steve Arnold, Andy Forward and Gaz Dannatt were their 2-0 winners, whilst Mick Forward shared with Mark Rimmer who saved the whitewash for the Guardsmen.

Hainton C, who are scrapping to avoid relegation had a fabulous result at Carr Lane E as a 2-0 from Tom Steer and singles from Aaron McHugh, Danny Chisnall and Dave Lawton gave them a 5-3 win.

Clee Bowls C failed to take advantage of the Carr Lane result as they also lost 5-3 away at Cue World Mints. Chris Farrow and Chris Dawson won two each for the Mints and Pete Grant added a single.

Grimsby Police put the cosh to Ray Edmonds G when Kev Ferguson and Mark Tartellin both won 2-0 and Paul Dixon and George Walters shared with Ross Markham and Mike Langridge in a 6-2 victory.

2-0 wins from Adam Metcalf and Dave Bird, and a single from Steve Metcalf against Kane Munton gave Standard a 5-3 against Express Appliances. Blake Munton won both his frames for Express.

Beertrix Trotters, the champions of Section C, paid a visit to Jubilee Rangers and won 5-3 when Danny Barrass secured both his frames and Neil Sutton, Danny Reynolds and Simon Lidgard shared with Jam McKeon, Jim Drury and Terry Kerley.

D.L. & Son beat Crommy Cats 7-1 as Bob Barnes, Dave Jones and Mark Hoodless all won 2-0 and Dave Johnson shared with slam-saver Warren Fenwick.

Pete East and John Parr both won two for Cue World Comets but Mick Bird and Phil Revell did the same for Cromwell B as the match finished four-apiece.

Nats A went down 6-2 at Ray Edmonds B when Tony Pearce and Phil Marshall both won two and Richard Grant and Andy Smith shared with Mike Newham and Terry Blanchard.

A last board 2-0 from Garry White gave Clee Bowls Y a 5-3 against Cromwell Car Care. Earlier, Craig Allerston, Martin Dowling and Dave Richardson shared with Car Cares Matty Baker, Clive Brummitt and Mike Clark.

An opening four frame burst from Mark George and James Reynolds and singles from Tom Keeley and Ryan Knox gave Clee Cons C a 6-2 at Doo Darrs. Kyle Jennings and Michael Dent won singles for the Darrs.

Another 6-2 came at Cabbies as Mick Webber, Matt Tomlinson and Steve Moody all won 2-0 for Westlands A before Geoff Downing scored two for the Taxi-men.

An opening 2-0 from Ben Edwards was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from Wayne Bramley as Pelham Printers came back to draw 4-4 with Birds Eye A.

2-0 wins from Matt Jones and Jeff Leak and a single from Ritchie Grant against Keith Haigh gave Rays Rockaz a 5-3 at Chalk It Up. John Rice won both his frames for the Chalks.

Report by Dave Webster


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