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Report by Dave Webster.

It was a very strange week in The T.R.Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles Premier Section as six of the seven matches finished in 4-4 draws. Possibly the most relieved teams who finished with this result will be Fardel Shipping and Clee Cons A as the gap between them remains the same. Fardel's were at Clee Bowls X, who will be highly delighted with their four frames courtesy of two from skipper Ian Hogarth, and singles from Paul Simpson and Pete Kuzemczak against Graham Challis and Mick Ponsonby. Jamie Green was the 2-0 winner for the leaders.

Clee Cons A made the trip to Hainton A where Danny Braithwaite won the first two frames for the home team before Gary Skipworth, who made two tremendous breaks of 87 and 75, levelled for the visitors. Hainton’s Butch Reynolds and Dave Bartlett then shared with Karl Krajnyak and John Parker.

The only team to win in the section were Inspirations-Fireplaces who beat West End A 5-3. Craig Rowbotham won the first frame for the WestEnders with the aid of a 61 break, but opponent Alan Edmonds hit back with the week’s highest break, a magnificent run of 92. Edmonds adrenalin slightly got the better of him as with a possible 143 on, he over screwed the black before narrowly missing the next red. Sean Norfolk and Nige Lamming made it 5-1 to Inspirations before a last board 2-0 from John Parrott cut the deficit.

In a game of two halves, Ewen Robertson and Anthony Jagger put Cromwell Rat Pack 4-0 up at Clee Cons Slotters, only to see Scott Gibbins and Lee Pawson win the last four frames for the home team.

Scott Ayres won both his frames for Steve Austwick Garden Services but Sam Ward did the same for T.R.Carpets A, as did Daz Potter for Ray Edmonds Enigma’s, and Lewis Sewell for Willows Sea Foods.

The last of the 4-4’s featured Leylands Lads against Metshine Westlands but we can’t make out who did what.

G.S.N.Westlands found the going tough in their Section A match against Carr Lane D as a 2-0 from Steve Leggett, and singes from Arthur Young and Brian Ryley gave the CarrLaners a share of the spoils. Ashley Wright won both his frames for G.S.N. and John and Dan Morton won a frame apiece.

Cromwell A narrowed the gap at the top with a 6-2 victory against Clee Cons. Jason Reynolds won the first two frames for the Cons but that was their lot as Jase and Matty Lawton, and Ian Taylor won all the rest.

Hainton B grabbed all eight at Ray Edmonds N when Tony Lamberton, Neil Russell, George Bartlett and Adam Boyington all won 2-0.

Tez Baker and Craig Taylor both won two for Don Noble Bookmakers but Dan Webster and Andy Fletcher did the same for Marcsmen as a 4-4 draw ensued.

Nats B picked up six useful points against Clee Bowls A when Nick Woods and Wayne Webber won the last four frames. Earlier, Chris Yull and Keith Board shared with Pete Mitchell and Dave Ashmore.

The match between Clee Bowls Police and Blossom Way A was a very friendly affair as all the players concerned won and lost a frame.

The other Blossom Way team also drew as a 2-0 from Albert Potterton was equalled by a 2-0 from Clee Home Guard H’s Mark Rimmer.

Ray Edmonds Stunners continue to lead the way in Section B but joint second placed teams Laceby Legion and Seven Seas Hurricanes pegged them back a little. The Stunners got five at Clee Bowls C when Steve Fisher and Daniel Harrison both won two and Gaz Horsfall shared with Mick Laverick. Rick Bass won both his frames for the Bowlers.

Laceby Legion put seven past Haslams Plumbing and Heating as Glenn Glover, Jay Cowan and Dave Dawson all won two and Dave Powell shared with slam-saver Dave Walker.

The Hurricanes beat Ray Edmonds G 6-2 when Tom Morris and Lewis Flint won two each and Anthony Bray and Carl Croft shared with Joe Tomkins and Tony Pearce.

Healing Legion got the better of Standard A with 2-0’s from John Horne and Mark Woolliss, and singles from Roy Wilson and Ricky Thornton in another 6-2 victory. Scoring for Standard were Pete Sandiford and Jason Neal.

T.R.Carpets B put the cosh to Grimsby Police A when Jamie Smith, Rick Mazingham and Mark George all won 2-0 and Scott Jackson shared with Paul Dixon in a 7-1 mauling.

A 2-0 from Pete O’Connor and singles from Ryan Knox, Paul Salisbury and Peter Shutt against Richard Caunt, Matt Jones and Gareth Rawlings, gave Road Runners a 5-3 at Ray’s Rockerz.

Hainton C, the leaders in Section C, rammed in another big win this week when beating Cromwell B 7-1. James Wootton, Kyle Mawer and Aaron McHugh had six on the board before Jim Bird saved the whitewash for Crommy with a single against Pete Chisnall.

Cue World Mints are six behind after a 5-3 victory against Birds Eye A. Chris Dawson won the two for the Mints whilst Pete Grant, Simon Hill and Pete Turrell shared with Darren Till, Adam Board and John Cook.

2-0 wins from Nick Masters and Gaz Dannatt, and a single from Danny Hargreaves against Yan de Grouchy gave Ray Edmonds S five frames at Cue World Comets. Terry Haigh won the other two frames for Cue World.

An opening four frame salvo from Andy Smith and Paul Brett Snr and a single from Daz Kaveney against Wayne Bramley saw Express Appliances to a 5-3 at Pelham Printers. Winning both his frames for the Printers was Mick Forward.

Hainton Jokers won 6-2 at Westlands A when Luke Major and Rob Broughton both won two, and Matt Paterson and Andy Warner shared with John Ford and Nigel Mumby.

Another 6-2 came from Clee Bowls Y as a 2-0 from Andy Widgery, and singles from Pete Tacey and Garry White against Pete Gibson and Mick Harrison, gave them the verdict against a three man Standard B.

Matty Baker won the first frame of the night for Cromwell Car Care at Cromwell C, but that was all they could muster as a frame from Lewis Fenwick, and 2-0’s from Chris Foxtrot, and V. and D. Fenwick, gave the home team a 7-1 victory.



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