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Report by Dave Webster.

After last week’s somewhat inept performance, Fardel Shipping recovered well in The T.R.Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles Premier Section with a 7-1 victory at home against T.R.Carpets. Mark Graves won the first frame of the night for the visitors but that proved to be their only success as Gary Challis won the next for the leaders before Jamie Green, Graham Challis and Nige Emmerson piled on the agony.

Main rivals Clee Cons A, six points behind but with a game in hand, matched Fardel’s score when 2-0’s from Karl Krajnyak, Luke Maddison and Mike Dowling, and a single from John Parker against Brian Hotson, left Clee Bowls X struggling at the foot of the table.

Club-mates Clee Cons Slotters beat Hainton A 5-3 when Jon Steel and Scott Gibbins both won 2-0 and Lewis Singleton shared with Tony Storr. Danny Braithwaite was the 2-0 winner for Hainton.

Steve Donner and Stu Swinburn hit 2-0’s and John Cribb shared with Steve Ellis as Leylands Lads beat Ray Edmonds Enigma’s by the same score. Daz Potter won his two for Enigma’s.

2-0 wins from Steve Green and Craig Rowbotham and a single from Steve Wright against Sam Ward gave West End A a 5-3 against T.R.Carpets A. Ward recovered from losing his first frame against Wright and went on to knock in a splendid 88 break in his second. Martyn Shaw was the 2-0 winner for the Carpets.

After the lead changed three times, Cromwell Rat Pack and Willows Sea Foods eventually drew 4-4 with all the players winning and losing a frame.

An opening 2-0 from Craig Waddingham was cancelled out with a 2-0 from Mick Thornton as Metshine Westlands came back to draw 4-4 with Steve Austwick Garden Services.

Even at this early stage of the season, G.S.N.Westlands are running away with things in Section A and an 8-0 thrashing of Rapid Frames sees them on 28 points after only four games. John Morton, Brad Burrell, Dan Morton and Ashley Wright were just two strong for Rapid who lost all eight frames for the second week running.

Cromwell A fought out a 4-4 draw at Ray Edmonds N as after Matty Lawton won two for the visitors, Paul Grayson replied for the home team before Jase Lawton and Terry Burns shared with Jase Sanders and Anthony Hepton.

Steve Leggett won the first frame of the night for Carr Lane D but that was their lot as a single from Tony Lamberton, and 2-0’s from Dave Cox, Adam Boyington and Neil Russell gave Hainton B a 7-1 victory.

Chris Yull won both his frames for Nats B but Roy Southwell did the same for Clee Cons as the teams drew four-apiece.

A similar thing came at Clee Bowls A when Shaun Cook won two for Clee Bowls Police before Pete Mitchell levelled things up for the A team.

2-0 wins from Andy Hill and Mark Rimmer and a single from Nick Mason against Steve Glover gave Clee Home Guard H a 5-3 against Blossom Way A. Dan Watson won the two for the Blossoms.

The Blossom Way B team fared no better as 2-0’s from Mark Stevens and Chris Gilliatt and a single from Ian Sadler against John Lough gave Don Noble Bookmakers the same result at Immingham. Bill Altoft won the two frames for the home team.

Ray Edmonds G felt the might of Ray Edmonds Stunners as the leaders of Section B snatched all eight frames at their club-mates. To be fair on the G team, four of the frames were very close but it was Andy Aisthorpe, Abs Momin, Daniel Harrison and Gaz Horsfall who won them all.

Healing Legion shared the spoils with Cue World B as after Ricky Thornton gave Healing the advantage, Pete East rescued the draw for Cue World.

Laceby Legion hit Ray’s Rockerz for six when Glen Glover and Lee Doughty both won two and Dave Powell and Jay Cowan shared with Matt Jones and Richard Caunt.

This score-line was repeated by Seven Seas Hurricanes when Jack Stinson, Lewis Flint and Anthony Bray all won 2-0 in reply to a 2-0 from T.R.Carpets B’s Jamie Smith.

2-0 wins from Kev Ferguson and Sandy Young and a single from Mark Tarttelin against Pete Sandiford gave Grimsby Police a 5-3 at Standard A. Jason Neal won the other two frames for the home team.

In a very friendly match, Carr Lane E and Road Runners drew four-four when all the players won and lost a frame.

Haslams Plumbing and Heating beat Healing Mens 6-2 when Karl Haslam, Dave Walker and Mike Reed all won 2-0 before Drew Winship won the last two frames for Healing.

Hainton Jokers may be the joker in the pack in Section C as they top the table after a 7-1 thrashing of Cromwell B. Matt Paterson, Steve Searle and Michael Reed were their 2-0 winners whilst Jim Bird saved the slam for Cromwell with a single against Luke Major.

An opening four frame salvo from Dennis Rodgers and Yan de Grouchy plus a single from Terry Haigh against Dave Dawson gave Cue World Comets a 5-3 against Pelham Printers. Mick Forward won his two for the Printers.

Steve Piggott won both his frames for Westlands A but that was all they could muster as 2-0’s from Andy Stocks, Danny Hargreaves and Gary Dannatt gave Ray Edmonds S a 6-2 victory.

Dave Jones won 2-0 and Mark Hoodless, Jody Leverton and Geoff Ford shared with Barry Loveday, Pete Gibson and Paul Evans as D.L. & Son beat Standard B 5-3.

A 2-0 from Jim Drury was cancelled out by a similar effort from Pete Grant as Ray Edmonds Mints came back to draw 4-4 at Jubilee Rangers.

Phillip Madin and Adam Board both won two and Darren Till scored a single against Clive Brummitt as Birds Eye A won 5-3 at Cromwell Car Care. Phil Neild was the 2-0 winner for the home team.

Garry White and Craig Allerston shared the first four frames with Ian Singleton and John Mimmack before 2-0’s from Andy Widgery and Mick Harris gave Clee Bowls Y a 6-2 at Cabbies.



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