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Reigning Champions Fardel Shipping got the new season underway in The T.R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles Premier Section with a 7-1 victory at newly promoted Cromwell A. The home team found it tough, but kept plugging away and eventually got a consolation point when Ian Taylor shared the last two frames with Mick Ponsonby. This apart, it was relatively plain sailing for Gary Challis, Paul Clark and Jamie Green who all won 2-0 for Fardel’s.

Leylands Lads started in fine style with a 6-2 against F1 GRP Systems (formally Inspirations Fireplaces) when Stuart Carrington and Jeff Cundy both won two and Stu Swinburn and John Gregson shared with Sam Ward and Sean Norfolk.

Last season’s runners-up Clee Cons A shared the spoils with Metshine Westlands as after Gary Skipworth gave them the advantage, Pete Smith won the last two frames for the Wessies.

Another 4-4 draw came at T.R. Carpets when Mark Graves won 2-0 for the home team, but Mick Greenhalgh did the same for Cromwell Rat Pack.

Promoted Hainton B started out with a local derby game against their A team and managed three frames as Neil Russell won 2-0 and Tony Lamberton shared with Tony Storr. Paul Codd and Dave Bartlett both won two for the A team in a 5-3 victory.

The last of the promoted teams, G.S.N. Westlands, finished four-apiece with Clee Cons Slotters when Ashley Wright won both his frames to cancel out an earlier 2-0 from Slotters Luke Maddison.

West End A beat a two-man Steve Austwick Garden Services 7-1.


Relegated Clee Bowls X entertained promoted Ray Edmonds Stunners in Section A and dispatched them 7-1. Andy Aisthorpe saved the slam for the Stunners with a single against Nigel Cordy before Steve Crane, Brian Hotson and Ian Hogarth all won 2-0.

Ray Edmonds Enigma’s started life in a lower league and beat Clee Bowls Police 6-2 with 2-0’s from Liam Oswin and Steve Ellis, and singles from Dave McCann and Daz Potter. Mark Stainton and Shaun Cook won a frame each for the Police.

Clee Cons beat Blossom Way B 5-3 when Jimmy Yates and Jase Reynolds both won two and Steve Johnson shared with Bill Altoft. The Blossoms 2-0 winner was Albert Potterton.

Laceby Legion swept into a 5-0 lead at Rapid Frames when Jamie Smith and Dave Powell got two apiece and Dave Dawson won his first frame. Lennie Rodgers won the next for the home team before Brett Cattell added a further two for Rapid.

An opening 2-0 from Rick Kirk and singles from Marc Phillips, Andy Fletcher and Dan Webster, gave Marcsmen a 5-3 at Carr Lane D. Arthur Young, Brian Ryley and Joe Goodfellow won the CarrLaners singles.

Jack Stinson and Lewis Flint both won two for Seven Seas Hurricanes but Roy Ling and Pete Mitchell did the same for Clee Bowls A in a 4-4 draw.

This format was repeated as Dan Watson and Myles Kennan won two each for Blossom Way A, only to see Jase Sanders and John Dobbs do similar for Ray Edmonds N.


Mark Rimmer is the star man in Section B after running in a splendid break of 55 to share top of the break list with Ashley Wright. Rimmer, and Nick Mason both won 2-0 for Clee Home Guard H, and Marc Harrad shared with Pete Woods in a 5-3 victory against Ray Edmonds G. Mike Langridge won the last two frames for the G team.team a 5-3 victory.


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Hainton Jokers have changed their name to One Hainton, and faced their C team in another derby game. They ran out 6-2 winners when Rob Broughton and Matt Paterson both won two and Steve Searle and Dean Want shared with Pete Chisnall and Aaron McHugh.

Ray Edmonds S also got six as Nick Masters and Steve Arnold scored two’s, and Mick Forward and Gaz Dannatt won singles against Standard A’s Steve Metcalf and Jason Neal.

A 2-0 from Kev Ferguson and a single from Paul Dixon against Gary Avison put Grimsby Police 3-1 up at Carr Lane E. They couldn’t add to that, however, as Stu Sadler and Terry Bird won the last four frames to give the home team a 5-3 victory.

Express Appliances started their campaign in this section with a 4-4 draw at Healing Mens. In a very friendly match, all the players won and lost a frame.

Lee Greiner, with the aid of a 40 break, won both his frames for Cue World Mints, but they had to settle for a 4-4 draw as Mike Reed won the last two frames for Haslams Plumbing and Heating.

Please note. T.R. Carpets B have withdrawn from the league so team 14 in this section is now a bye.


Clee Cons C sit atop of Section C after a 7-1 victory at Crommy Cats. Mark George, Tom Keeley and Ryan Knox all won 2-0 before Chris Foxtrot saved the whitewash with a single against Dan Hargraves.

A four-frame salvo from Andy Leworthy and Danny Reynolds, and singles from Simon Lidgard and Matty Kirman, gave Beertrix Trotters a 6-2 away win at Westlands D. Scoring for the home team were Steve Moody and John Ford.

A 2-0 from K. Hydes was cancelled out by a similar effort from Martin Dowling as Clee Bowls Y came back to draw 4-4 at D.L. & Son.

Pete and Alfie East won the first four frames for Cue World Comets before John Parr and Terry Haigh shared with Trev Thompson and Geoff Downing as the Comets won 6-2 at Cabbies.

A 2-0 from John Rice and singles from Keith Haigh, Gareth Grundle and Barry Haigh, against Michael Dent, Kyle Jennings and Liam Cribb, gave Chalk it Up a 5-3 victory against Doo Darrs.

Mark Tupman and Richard Grant both won two, and Phil Marshall and Tony Pearce shared with Andy Williamson and Terry Kerley, as Ray Edmonds B beat Jubilee Rangers 6-2.

Another team to score six were Pelham Printers who beat Cromwell B. Dave Dawson and Ray Nicholson both won 2-0 and Wayne Bramley and Lee Doughty shared with Phil Revell and Keith

Fuller.

And last but not least, Adam Board and Phil Madin both won 2-0 for Birds Eye A, but Matt Jones and David Taylor did the same for Rays Rockaz as the match finished four-apiece.

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