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Grimsby Senior Champion Jamie Green ran in his second century break of the season this week, as he led Fardel Shipping to a 6-2 victory in the Premier Section. Playing away at league sponsors T.R. Carpets, and paired against Martin Shaw, he knocked in a splendid visit of 103 in the first frame before missing the last tricky red with a possible 138 on. Just for good measure, he made a 57 in the second, and with Nige Emmerson collecting two more frames, the victory was in sight. Singles from Gary Challis (87) and Paul Clark against Mark Graves and Nige Otter completed the scoring.

The big match came at second in the table Leylands Lads when they entertained third placed Clee Cons Slotters at Cue World. As might have been predicted, it was a very close affair in which Paul Beasley and Jon Steel won two each for the visitors in reply to 2-0’s from Stuart Carrington and Jeff Cundy.

The remaining matches in the section all finished 6-2 with the first of these coming from last season’s runners up Clee Cons A. Playing host to Willows Sea Foods, they lost the first two frames to Lewis Sewell before Gary Skipworth, John Parker and Karl Krajnyak eased their way to victory.

F1 GRP Systems won at Cromwell A when Nige Lamming and Sam Ward won two-apiece, and Alan Edmonds and Tony Miller shared with Jase and Matty Lawton.

Hainton A had a reasonable start against Metshine Westlands as Tony Ward and Tony Storr shared the first four frames with Dan Mumby and Tony Aisthorpe. That was it, however, as Mick Thornton and Pete Smith won the last four for Metshine.

It wasn’t the best of nights for the Hainton Club as despite Dave Cox winning the opening two frames for the B team, Lee Staveley, Steve Jackson and Cameron Dunlop all won 2-0 for opponents Steve Austwick Garden Services.

A similar thing happened at G.S.N. Westlands where John Parrott won the first two frames for West End A before Brad Burrell, John Morton and Ashley Wright gave the home team the victory.

Ray Edmonds Enigma’s have only a one point lead at the top of Section A following a 4-4 draw against Clee Bowls A. A 2-0 from Pete Mitchell and a single from Dave Ashmore against Dave McCann put the Bowlers 3-1 up, but a 2-0 from Tim Seddon and a single from Steve Ellis against Mick Chew saw Enigma’s square the game.

Second in the table Clee Bowls X beat Laceby Legion 7-1 when Brian Hotson, Nigel Cordy and Steve Crane got 2-0’s before Nath Nichols saved the slam for the Legion with a single against Ian Hogarth.

Ray Edmonds Stunners were gifted all eight points as Seven Seas Hurricanes couldn’t raise a team.

An opening 2-0 from Mark Stevens and singles from Craig Smith, Chris Gilliatt and Ian Sadler gave Don Noble Bookmakers a 5-3 against Blossom Way B. Scoring for the Blossoms were Bill Altoft, Albert Potterton and John Lough.

A 2-0 from Dean Richardson was cancelled out by a similar effort from Mark Stainton as Clee Bowls Police came back to draw 4-4 with Clee Cons.

Len Rodgers won the first two frames for Rapid Frames that proved vital in a 5-3 victory against Ray Edmonds N. Brett Cattell, Brian Beasley and Rik Walden shared the rest with Reggie Dobbs, Jase Sanders and Anthony Hepton.

Steve Leggett won the opening frame for Carr Lane D at Blossom Way A, but that was all they could muster as Kev Gowing won the next before Andy Johnson, Phil Robinson and Myles Kennan sealed a 7-1 victory for the Immingham lads.

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Ray Edmonds S draw level with One Hainton at the top of Section B after an 8-0 slam against Healing Legion. In a match, much closer than the score suggests, it was Andy Stocks, Steve Arnold, Mick Forward and Gaz Dannatt who won all the frames.

Joint leaders One Hainton won 5-3 at Grimsby Police when Matt Paterson and Andy Warner both won two and Mark Piercy shared with George Walters. It’s been a while but Sandy Young will be pleased to win the last two frames for the Coppers.

Carr Lane E beat Standard A 6-2 after Mick Casey and Stu Sadler both won 2-0 and Gaz Avison and Terry Bird shared with Steve Metcalf and Dave Bird. This is the first frame that Dave Bird has lost since joining Standard and it had to be against his Dad. Terry went on to say how proud he is of Dave who had a 50 plus break earlier in the season, and despite playing for 30 years in the league, Terry hasn’t had one.

Clee Home Guard H drew 4-4 with Hainton C in a very friendly game which saw all the players win and lose a frame.

2-0 wins from Mike Langridge and Ross Markham, and a single from Joe Thompkins against Andy Hewitt, gave Ray Edmonds G a 5-3 at Healing Mens. Drew Winship won the last two frames for the Mens.

Rather disappointingly, and not for the first time, we did not receive a score sheet from Clee Bowls C.

Sorry about this guys, but Cabbies really were taken for a ride as they entertained Section C leaders Beertrix Trotters this week. A couple of the frames may have been close, but it was Simon Lidgard, Neil Sutton, Danny Barrass and Danny Reynolds who won them all for the top team.

Clee Bowls Y won 5-3 at Pelham Printers when Martin Dowling won 2-0 and Garry White, Craig Allerston and Andy Widgery shared with Dave Dawson, Ray Nicholson and Wayne Bramley.

Dave Johnson and Mark Hoodless both won 2-0 for D.L. & Son, but Pete East and John Parr did the same for Cue World Comets as the match finished four-all.

Phil Marshall and Tony Pearce won the last four frames for Ray Edmonds B to give them a 6-2 victory against Cromwell B. Earlier, Andy Smith and Keith Fountain had shared with Mick Bird and Keith Fuller.

In a game of two halves, Mick Webber and Matt Tomlinson won the first four frames for Westlands A, only to see Ryan Knox and James Reynolds win the last four for Clee Cons C.

Matty Baker and Clive Brummitt both won two and Pete Keeble shared with Robert Hunter as Cromwell Car Care won 5-3 at Doo Darrs. Liam Cribb won the two for the home team.

A 2-0 from Darren Till was equalled by a 2-0 from Brian Burton as Birds Eye A drew 4-4 with Nats A.

And finally, John Rice won 2-0 and Gareth Grindle, Barry Haigh and Keith Haigh hit singles as Chalk It Up beat Jubilee Rangers 5-3. Jam McKeon, Andy Williamson and Jim Drury won the frames for Jubilee.


Report by Dave Webster


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League sponsor Rick Gilliatt with Jamie Green of Fardel Shipping.