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Final League Tables.

Report by Dave Webster. 27th April 2015.


What a wonderful finish to the T.R.Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles as the Premier Section was won by just one point, and the champions of Sections A and B were decided on head to heads. Starting in the Premier Section, second in the table Clee Cons A knew they needed a big result at Ray Edmonds Enigma’s to pull back a deficit of three points on the leaders, and this they did in fine style as Luke Maddison (56 and 37), Karl Krajnyak (84), John Parker (51 and 33) and Jamie Barrett pulled off a brilliant slam.

It was a different story for Fardel Shipping at Steve Austwick Garden Services as after Jamie Green had given them the perfect start with a 2-0, Mark Franks lost a frame to Cameron Dunlop and Daz Cooper won his first for the home team against Gary Challis. With text messages going from club to club telling the Shippers that the Cons were 5-0 up, the pressure was really on but Challis responded magnificently with a brilliant 105 break to ease the nerves a little. Mick Ponsonby then held himself together to seal a 6-2 victory, and with it the title when he won the last two frames for the Champions Fardel’s.

At the other end of the table, a 5-3 win for West End C and a 7-1 defeat for Ray Edmonds A sees the Edmonds side relegated along with Don Noble Bookmakers and Cambridge H.


An extremely tight Section A drew to a close with just five frames separating the top four teams. Willows Sea Foods had a bye and were looking over their shoulders to see how everyone was doing and in the end they finished runners up as Hainton A beat Jammie Dodgers. Butch Reynolds was Hainton’s hero as his 2-0, together with singles from Tony Ward, Paul Codd and Tony Storr gave them a 5-3 victory which tied them with Willows. The title was then decided on the head to head between the two sides.

Cromwell A finish third after a 5-3 away win at Carr Lane D which came courtesy of 2-0’s from Jase Lawton and Keith Tomlinson and a single from Pete East.

Clee Bowls A finish two points short of a promotion place despite beating Ray Edmonds N 6-2. Pete Mitchell and Roy Ling both knocked in a 40 break as they were joined by Mick Chew in winning 2-0. Paul Grayson was the party-pooper for the Edmonds side.

The main highlights from the rest of the section were a break of 51 from popular Blossom Way player Albert Potterton, and a break of 41 from Re-Generation K’s Marc Phillips.


Club mates Rapid Frames and Cambridge D finished level at the top of Section B and once again, the title was decided on the head to head between the two teams in which Rapid finished the better. The Champions were at Healing Legion where Ricky Thornton won the opening frame for the home team before Rik Walden took the next on the black for the visitors. Tim Cattell also had a black ball win as he and Len Rodgers both won two to make the score 5-1. With the news coming from the Cambridge Club that the D team had won 6-2, the pressure was on young Brett Cattell as he had to win the last two frames to give Rapid the title. He responded brilliantly and did just that to give his team a 7-1 victory.

Cambridge D’s win saw Martin Dowling and Steve Neal both snatch 2-0’s, and Dan Hargrave and Ryan Johnstone grab singles but unfortunately for them, it wasn’t enough.

Clee Bowls C take the remaining promotion place despite losing 6-2 at Haslams Plumbing and Heating. Dave Walker and Eddie Brand were the 2-0 winners for the home team with Karl Haslam and Mike Reed sharing against Harry Putland and Rick Bass.

Grimsby Police A, Westlands A and Ray Edmonds X are the relegated teams subject to the formation of the league.


Ray Edmonds Stunners, who had a bye this week, are the runaway winners of Section C and they are joined by Seven Seas Hurricanes and Carr Lane E as the promoted teams. Runners up the Hurricanes hit Cabbies for six as Jack Stinson and Ross Milson both won 2-0 and Tom Morris and Anthony Bray shared with Ian Singleton and Geoff Downing.

Carr Lane E finish third after a 7-1 mauling of Cromwell B. Paul Kirk, Stu Sadler and Lee Waterman were their 2-0 winners whilst Mick Bird saved the slam for Crommy when taking a frame from Brother Terry.

The highlight in the remaining matches in this section was a break of 43 from Express Appliances Paul Brett Jnr.


On behalf of the committee, thank you all for taking part in the T.R.Carpets Grimsby Snooker League we look forward to seeing you next season. Have a good summer.  



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