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The week’s top clash came in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles when fourth placed F1 GRP Systems entertained leaders Fardel Shipping at the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre. The home team got off to a great start as Daz Evans won both his frames and Nige Lamming shared with Jamie Green to put the Systems 3-1 up. The ever-dependable Gary Challis, with breaks of 77 and 55, then levelled things up before Alan Edmonds shared the last two frames with Mick Ponsonby as an honourable draw ensued.

Second in the table Clee Cons A bagged all eight frames against Ray Edmonds Enigma’s when James Richardson, John Parker, Gary Skipworth and Karl Krajnyak all won 2-0.

Clee Cons Slotters won 6-2 at West End A as John Steel and Luke Maddison both won two and Scott Gibbins and Lee Pawson shared with Jonno Webster and John Parrott. Maddison did particularly well as trailing in both frames, he cleared up with a 32 and a 71 to snatch them.

T.R. Carpets put seven past Willows Sea Foods when Mark Graves, Martyn Shaw and Ian Crosby all won 2-0 and Rick Gilliatt shared with Ryan Milson.

Metshine Westlands beat a three-man Clee Bowls A 5-3 as Pete Smith won 2-0 and Mick Thornton shared with Paul Salah. Winning two for the Bowlers was Pete Mitchell.

Cromwell A did the double on their stablemates Rat Pack when 2-0’s from Matty Lawton and Ian Taylor, and a single from Pete East against Anthony Jagger gave them a 5-3 victory. Sean Carlile won both his frames for the Rats.

A 2-0 from Daz Stanfield and singles from Lee Staveley, Steve Austwick and Cameron Dunlop against Andy Aisthorpe, Abs Momin and Steve Fisher gave Steve Austwick Garden Services a 5-3 result. Cameron Dunlop turned the clock back a little when making a classy visit of 46 to seal the win. And this with a bad back to boot!

A two-man G.S.N. Westlands won three frames at Clee Bowls X as Brad Burrell won 2-0 and John Morton shared with Brian Hotson.

Hainton B have a slender one-point lead at the top of Section A following a 6-2 victory at Clee Bowls C. Dave Cox and Butch Reynolds were their 2-0 winners with Neil Russell and George Bartlett sharing against Mike Laverick and Andre Desertaux.

Clee Cons beat Carr Lane D 5-3 thanks mainly to a 2-0 from Dean Richardson. The rest of the frames were shared when James Reynolds, Jason Reynolds and Roy Southwell finished even with Steve Leggett, Colin Crosby and Brian Ryley.

A 2-0 from Albert Potterton was cancelled out by a similar effort from Tony Storr as Hainton A came back to draw 4-4 with Blossom Way B.

Scott Ayres won both his frames for Marcsmen, but Jase Sanders did the same for Ray Edmonds N as the match finished four-apiece.

Mark Stevens won 2-0 and Mark Rimmer, Nick Mason and Keith Southwell shared with Myles Kennan, Paul Simpson and Steve Neull as Clee Home Guard beat Blossom Way A 5-3.

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Carr Lane E hit Ray Edmonds S for six when Stu Sadler and Glenn Glover both won two and Craig Smith and Terry Bird shared with Gaz Dannatt and Nick Masters.

An opening 2-0 from Tim Cattell was equalled by a last board 2-0 from Johnpaul Teanby as Rapide Frames shared the spoils with Clee Bowls Police.

Important change to the Veterans Knockout.

The date of the Dave Webster Veterans Knockout at the Ray Edmonds Club has been changed to Sunday 22nd April. The draw will take place at 12:15pm for a 12:30pm start. All league members over the age of 45 are welcome to enter the best of three frames competition.

Beertrix Trotters have one hand on the trophy in Section B after a 6-2 victory against Haslams Plumbing and Heating. Neil Sutton and Simon Lidgard shared the first four frames with Chris Scott and Paul Grayson before Ryan Johnstone and Danny Reynolds won the last four frames for them.

Hainton C drew 4-4 with Cleethorpes Collectable’s when Dave Dawson won both his frames and Dave Powell and Danny Chisnall shared with Bob Barnes and Dave Jones. The Collectable's 2-0 winner was Geoff Ford.

Another drawn game came at Next Generation Fitness as Anthony Bray won two for the home team in reply to a 2-0 from Healing Legion’s Martin Woolliss.

An opening four frame salvo from Neil and Mike Caborn (54), and singles from Adam and Steve Metcalf saw Standard All Stars to a 6-2 victory at Grimsby Police A. Winning a frame each for the Coppers were Sandy Young and Mark Tartellin.

Clee Bowls Y won 6-2 at Healing Mens when Martin Dowling and Craig Allerston both won two and Garry White and Dave Richardson shared with Geoff Pearce and Drew Winship.

West End B stay ahead of the pack in Section C after an 8-0 slam against Pelham Printers. Sam Mountain, Richard Kissane, Matt Chandler and Dan Blythe were their 2-0 winners.

Clee Cons C were one off a max when Chris Farrow, Ryan Knox and Mark George all won two and Tom Keeley shared with Standard B’s Pete Gibson.

Home Maintenance Services were gifted eight frames as Clee Home Guard Renegades couldn’t raise a team.

An opening 2-0 from Dave Burton was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from Phil Neild as Nats A drew four-apiece with Cromwell Car Care.

In a match much closer than the score would suggest, Jubilee Rangers won all the frames at Cabbies when Jim Drury, Terry Kerley, Pete Masson and Jam McKeon came out on top.

Adam Board and Darren Till won two each, and Phil Madin shared with Matt Jones as Birds Eye Rockets beat Rays Rockaz 5-3. Winning 2-0 for the Rockaz was John Elliston.

A 2-0 from Keith Fuller and singles from Brian Broomhead, Mick Bird and Phil Revell against Vanessa Fenwick, Brad Mowforth and Warren Fenwick gave Cromwell B a 5-3 against Crommy Cats.

Report by Dave Webster




John Parrott, Chairman of the League, presenting the John Langlands Trophy to Blake Munton.