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With Fardel Shipping and Leylands Lads’ match postponed this week, the attention fell on Clee Cons Slotters who made the trip to West End in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles. In a rather one-sided affair, the Slotters made short work of their opponents as Paul Beasley (68 and 40), Luke Maddison, Jon Steel and Scott Gibbins all won 2-0 in an emphatic 8-0 slam. This result sees them cut the gap on second placed Lads to just one point.

Clee Cons A lost the first two frames to Hainton B’s Dave Cox before John Parker, Gary Skipworth (62 and 40) and Karl Krajnyak (71, 54 clearance and 39) won all the rest in a 6-2 victory.

F1 GRP Systems won 5-3 at G.S.N. Westlands when Alan Edmonds and Nige Lamming both scored 2-0’s and Tony Miller shared with Brad Burrell. G.S.N.'s other two frames came from Ashley Wright.

T.R. Carpets hit Willows Sea Foods for six after Martyn Shaw and Nige Otter won the last four frames. Earlier, Mark Graves and Bob Reeves shared with Ryan Milson and Steve Pawson.

The derby game at the Cromwell Club saw Ewen Robertson win both his frames for Rat Pack before Terry Burns won two for the A team in a 4-4 draw.

Steve Austwick Garden Services dug out a 6-2 win against Hainton A when Daz Barraclough and Steve Austwick both won 2-0 and Daz Stanfield and Cameron Dunlop shared with Paul Codd and Dave Bartlett.


Ray Edmonds Stunners increase their lead at the top of Section A following an 8-0 slam at Rapid Frames. Andy Aisthorpe, Daniel Harrison, Abs Momin and Steve Fisher were just too good for the Frames.

Second placed Ray Edmonds Enigma’s put seven past Blossom Way B when Liam Oswin, Daz Potter and Tim Seddon all won 2-0 before Bill Altoft saved the whitewash for the Blossoms with a single against Steve Ellis.

The derby game at Clee Bowls went in favour of the A team as Paul Salah scored the only 2-0 in the match. Pete Mitchell, Dave Ashmore and Mick Chew shared the rest of the frames with the X Men’s Nigel Cordy, Brian Hotson and Ian Hogarth.

Marcsmen bounced back from last week’s defeat with a good 6-2 victory against Don Noble Bookmakers. Andy Fletcher and Dan Webster were their 2-0 winners with Rick Kirk and Marc Phillips sharing against Mark Stevens and Chris Gilliatt.

Clee Cons beat Nats B 5-3 when Dean Richardson won both his frames and Jimmy Yates, Jason Reynolds and Steve Johnson shared with Keith Board, Chris Yull and Kev North.

2-0 wins from the Cook’s Shaun and Dick and a single from Chris McIver against Alex Burnett gave Clee Bowls Police a 5-3 at Seven Seas Hurricanes. Jack Stinson won 2-0 for the home team.

This format was repeated at Carr Lane D when Mick Reed and Jase Sanders won two each for Ray Edmonds N and Anthony Hepton shared with Brian Ryley. The CarrLaners 2-0 winner was Steve Leggett.


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The top clash in Section B came at the Hainton Club where leaders One Hainton took on third in the table Carr Lane E. In a very close game, Andy Warner proved to be the match winner for the home side, as his 2-0 was the difference in the two teams. Matt Paterson, Mark Piercy and Rob Broughton shared the remaining frames with visitors Stu Sadler, Mick Casey and Terry Bird. Ray Edmonds S beat Grimsby Police A 5-3 but they had to wait until Gaz Dannatt won the last two frames for them. Earlier, Kev Ferguson, Paul Dixon and Pete Wood all scored a single for the Coppers against Steve Arnold, Nick Masters and Mick Forward.

A 2-0 from Dave Walker was cancelled out by a 2-0 from Ken Payne as Clee Bowls C came back to draw 4-4 with Haslams Plumbing and Heating. A last board 2-0 from John Horne, and singles from Roy Wilson, Martin Woolliss and Ricky Thornton against Chris Farrow, Chris Dawson and Kev Jones, gave Healing Legion a 5-3 at Cue World Mints. Clee Home Guard H beat Express Appliances 6-2 when Andy Hill, Mark Rimmer and Nick Mason all won two in reply to a 2-0 from Blake Munton. Hainton C lost 6-2 at home against Ray Edmonds G but unfortunately, we have no details of the match.


Nats A gave Section C leaders Beertrix Trotters a bit of a scare as a 2-0 from Danny Hargrave and a single from Dave Burton against Simon Lidgard had them at 3-3 with two frames to go. Neil Sutton pulled it off for the top team, however, as he won two to go with the earlier two from Danny Barrass. Bottom team Crommy Cats held high-flying Clee Bowls Y to a draw when Warren Fenwick won both his frames and Chris Foxcroft and Chris Peasgood scored singles against Martin Dowling and Garry White. The Bowlers 2-0 winner was Andy Widgery. 2-0 wins from Dave Johnson and Bob Barnes and a single from Geoff Ford against Michael Dent gave D.L. & Son a 5-3 against Doo Darrs. Liam Cribb won two for the Darrs. A 2-0 from Adam Board was equalled by a 2-0 from Craig Foster as Cue World Comets scraped a four-all draw at Birds Eye A.

Cromwell Car Care put a dent in Ray Edmonds B’s hopes of promotion as 2-0’s from Pete Keeble and Mike Clark, and singles from Clive Brummitt and Phil Neild gave them a 6-2 victory. Keith Fountain and Mark Tupman won a frame each for the Edmonds side.

Clee Cons C won 6-2 at Rays Rockaz when James Reynolds and Dan Hargreaves both won two and Mark George and Tom Keeley shared with Dave Gilliatt and Matt Jones. A 2-0 from Mick Bird and singles from Jim Bird, Keith Fuller and Phil Revell gave Cromwell B a 5-3 at Westlands A. Scoring for the home team were Nigel Mumby, John Ford and Matt Tomlinson.

Jubilee Rangers won 5-3 at Cabbies when Jam McKeon and Simon Snook won two each and Andy Williamson shared with Ian Singleton. The Taxi-men’s 2-0 winner was John Mimmack. Pelham Printers came back to force a draw with Chalk It Up when a last board 2-0 from Wayne Bramley cancelled out an earlier 2-0 from Barry Haigh.



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