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The last matches in The T.R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles came to a close this week with a fabulous Open Doubles Knock-out Final, and the conclusion of a fascinating season in Section C.

The Open Doubles, in which all the singles team’s can enter, featured the top two sides in the Premier Section, Fardel Shipping and Clee Cons A who met at the West End Club. As might have been expected, there was a lot of respect shown between the teams and in a low scoring first frame, a modest break of 32 from Jamie Green saw him and Nige Emmerson take the early initiative for the Shippers. The second frame was a very different story as Emmerson compiled a 29 break, and was in perfect position on the black when he unexpectedly feathered the white to leave the Cons’ Luke Maddison a chance. Taking the opportunity with both hands, Maddison made a brilliant clearance of 80 to put himself and partner John Parker back in the game at one-apiece.

Now it was the turn of Gary Challis and Paul Clark, who were up against Jamie Barrett and Mike Dowling, and after breaks of 39 and 33 from Challis, Fardel’s were in front again with the last frame  to come. A very tentative start saw the scores just about level when Clark made a visit of 48 to wrap up the game and give Fardel’s a 3-1 victory against their closest rivals. Congratulations to both teams for providing a good game in which a decent crowd fully enjoyed.

It’s well done to Ray Edmonds S who came strongly at the end to lift the title in Section C. In what has been a very close run thing, the Edmonds side ended their campaign with an 8-0 slam at Cromwell B thanks to Andy Stocks, Nick Masters, Steve Arnold and Gaz Dannatt who all won 2-0.

Hainton Jokers will pick up the runners’ up trophy after a 6-2 victory at Pelham Printers where Matt Paterson, Andy Warner and Mark Piercy all won two for the Jokers in reply to a 2-0 from the home team’s Wayne Bramley.

Just missing out on the silverware are Express Appliances who also got six at Birds Eye A. Paul Brett Snr and Jnr won the first four frames for them before Phil Madin and Adam Board won a frame each for the Eye against Blake Munton and Daz Kaveney.

In a game of two halves, Mark Gollings and Paul Grant won the first four frames for Cue World Mints, only to see Trev Thompson and Geoff Downing take the last four for Cabbies in a four-all draw.

A 2-0 from Keith Hydes and a single from Geoff Ford against Jam McKeon put D.L. & Son 3-1 up against Jubilee Rangers. That was it for DL’s, however, as Stuart Kilner and Jim Drury won the last four frames for Jubilee to give them a 5-3 victory.

Clee Bowls Y finished their season off with a 4-4 draw at Westlands A. Garry White, Craig Allerston, Pete Tacey and Mick Harris all won a frame against the Wessies’ Nigel Mumby, Steve Moody, John Ford and George Clark.

Cue World Comets thrashed Cromwell C 7-1 when Yan de Grouchy, Craig Foster and Terry Haigh all won two, and Martin Hurst shared with slam-saver Warren Fenwick.

Cromwell Car Care turned up at Standard B but unfortunately for the home team, they only had one player there and ended up losing the match 8-0. Mike Clark won the only two frames played.

On behalf of the committee, may I thank all league members and hope you have a wonderful summer break. I would remind you that the AGM is on Wednesday 1st June at Clee Bowls, commencing at 7:30pm, and the presentation evening on Friday 3rd June. Trophies will be handed out to all winners and runners’ up.


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