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The top clash of the week came in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles when leaders Fardel Shipping entertained third in the table Leylands Lads. First on was Gary Challis against Jeff Cundy and after losing the opening frame, Challis hit back to take the second. Jamie Green was next for the home team and a two-frame win put the leaders 3-1 to the good. Paul Clark made it 4-1 before Steve Donner, with the aid of a 59 break, pulled another frame back for Leyland’s. That was it for the visitors, however, as Mick Ponsonby won the last two frames to give the Champions a 6-2 victory.

Clee Cons A move into second spot after a 7-1 win at Hainton B. Lewis Singleton, Gary Skipworth (62 and 32) and Karl Krajnyak had six on the board before Tony Lamberton saved the whitewash with a single against John Parker.

Nige Otter won the last two frames for T.R. Carpets at Willows Sea Foods to give his team a 5-3 victory. Earlier, Martyn Shaw, Mark Graves and Ian Crosby had shared with Willow’s Ryan Milson, Lewis Sewell and John Taylor.

An opening four frame salvo from Luke Maddison and Lee Pawson, and singles from Scott Gibbins and Jon Steel against Alan Phillips and Craig Rowbotham, gave Clee Cons Slotters a 6-2 result against West End A.

This score line was repeated when Tony Miller and Rick Gilliatt both won two, and Sam Ward and Alan Edmonds shared with Ashley Wright and Scott Templeman as F1 GRP Systems beat G.S.N. Westlands.

A last board 2-0 from Mick Greenhalgh and singles from Ewen Robertson, Anthony Jagger and Sean Carlile, gave Cromwell Rat Pack a 5-3 against club-mates Cromwell A. Scoring for the A team were Keith Tomlinson, Terry Burns and Ian Taylor.

Paul Codd won both his frames for Hainton A but Cameron Dunlop did the same for Steve Austwick Garden Services as the teams drew 4-4.

The derby game at Clee Bowls in Section A went in favour of the X team as Nige Cordy and Ian Hogarth both won 2-0 and Steve Crane and Brian Hotson shared with the A team’s Paul Salah and Pete Mitchell. This victory sees the X Men on top of the table.

Ray Edmonds Stunners are in second place after a 7-1 result against Rapid Frames. Daniel Harrison, Mathew McRae, Steve Fisher and Abs Momin were 7-0 up before Brett Cattell saved the slam for Rapid.

In a game of two halves, Keith Board and Kev North put Nats B 4-0 up at home against Clee Cons, only to see Dean Richardson and Jason Reynolds win the last four frames for the visitors in a 4-4 draw.

Albert Potterton won 2-0 for Blossom Way B but Daz Potter did the same for Ray Edmonds Enigma’s as this match also finished all-square.

Don Noble Bookmakers played host to Marcsmen but went down 6-2 after Andy Fletcher and Dan Webster won the last four frames for the visitors. Earlier, Rick Kirk and Marc Phillips had shared with the Bookies’ Craig Taylor and Craig Smith.

An opening four frame burst from Dave Powell and Jamie Smith, and singles from Dave Dawson and Stef Lincoln against John Rowson and Tony Parkin, gave Laceby Legion a 6-2 against Blossom Way A.

A 2-0 from Anthony Hepton and singles from Paul Grayson, John Anderson and Jase Sanders, gave Ray Edmonds N a 5-3 against Carr Lane D. Steve Leggett, Arthur Young and Brian Ryley won the frames for the CarrLaners.


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Clee Bowls Police beat a three-man Seven Seas Hurricanes 6-2 when Johnpaul Teanby won both his frames and Shaun Cook and Mark Stainton shared with Anthony Bray and Richard Smith.

The big match in Section B saw third in the table Carr Lane E entertain leaders One Hainton at the Railway Club. A 2-0 from Matt Paterson and a single from Andy Warner against Glen Glover put the leaders 3-1 up, but a 2-0 from Stu Sadler levelled the score at three-apiece. Terry Bird and Rob Broughton then shared the last two frames as an honourable draw ensued.

An opening 2-0 from Andy Stocks and singles from Steve Arnold, Mick Forward and Gaz Dannatt, gave Ray Edmonds S a 5-3 at Grimsby Police A. Winning a frame each for the Coppers were Paul Dixon, Mark Tartellin and George Walters.

2-0 wins from Dave Walker and Karl Haslam, and singles from Mike Reed and Tony Gowing against Shaun Wilkin and Andre Desertaux, gave Haslams Plumbing and Heating a 6-2 against Clee Bowls C.

Hainton C won by the same score at Ray Edmonds G when Aaron McHugh, Pete Chisnall and Dan Chisnall all won two in reply to a 2-0 from Mike Langridge.

Blake Munton won both his frames, and Paul Brett Snr and Jnr, and Kane Munton shared with Nick Mason, Marc Harrad and “Santa”, as Express Appliances beat Clee Home Guard H 5-3.

Lee Greiner and Chris Dawson both won two, and Chris Farrow shared with Ricky Thornton as Cue World Mints won 5-3 at Healing Legion. Winning two for the home team was John Horne.

Beertrix Trotters stay ahead of the pack in Section C after a 7-1 victory against a three-man Nats A. Andy Leworthy shared the opening two frames with Danny Hargrave before Simon Lidgard and Danny Reynolds won the rest.

Clee Bowls Y move into second spot thanks to an 8-0 win against Crommy Cats. Craig Allerston, Martin Dowling, Dave Richardson and Garry White were their 2-0 winners.

A 2-0 from Phil Marshall and a single from Andy Smith against Mike Clark put Ray Edmonds B 3-1 up against Cromwell Car Care. They couldn’t add to that though, as Matty Baker and Clive Brummitt won the last four frames for Car Care in a 5-3 victory.

Clee Cons C beat a three-man Rays Rockaz 6-2 when Mark George won both his frames and Dave Gunn and Tom Keeley shared with Matt Jones and David Taylor.

Doo Darrs were a player short in their game against D.L. & Son and went down 6-2. Dave Johnson and Bob Barnes won two-apiece for D.L.'s in response to a 2-0 from Michael Dent.

Pelham Printers won 6-2 at Chalk It Up when Lee Doughty, Ray Nicholson and Wayne Bramley all won 2-0 before John Rice hit two for the home team.

2-0 wins from Phil Revell and Mick Bird, and a single from Brian Broomhead against Steve Moody, gave Cromwell B a 5-3 against Westlands A. Winning two for the Wessies was Mick Webber.

And finally, Cabbies won 5-3 at Jubilee Rangers when Ian Singleton and Geoff Downing both won 2-0 and John Mimmack shared with Terry Kerley. The Rangers 2-0 winner was Gary Camburn.

League sponsor Rick Gilliatt with Jamie Green, who won the Grimsby Senior Snooker and Billiards titles.