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League Tables.

Report by Dave Webster.


Premier Section leaders Fardel Shipping had the bye this week in The T.R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles which allowed second placed Clee Cons A free range to close within six points of their rivals. Playing away at Cromwell Rat Pack, the Cons won 7-1 as John Parker, Luke Maddison and Karl Krajnyak all scored two’s, and Gary Skipworth shared with Rat Pack’s captain Mick Greenhalgh.

Leylands Lads move into third place following a 6-2 victory against T.R. Carpets A. John Gregson and Pete East were their 2-0 winners with Stu Swinburn and Steve Donner sharing against Jamal Uddin and Sam Ward.

Inspirations-Fireplaces beat Steve Austwick Garden Services by the same score when Nige Lamming and Tony Miller won the last four frames for them. Earlier, Paul Bristow and Alan Edmonds shared with Scott Ayres and Lee Blanchard.

2-0 wins from Mark Graves and Bob Reeves, and a single from Ian Crosby against Craig Rowbotham, gave T.R. Carpets a 5-3 at West End A. Steve Green won the other two frames for the WestEnders.

Clee Cons Slotters surprisingly went down 5-3 at home against Ray Edmonds Enigma’s when Daz Potter and Tim Seddon both won two for the visitors and Dave McCann shared with Mark Goss. Winning two for the Slotters was Scott Gibbins.

Metshine Westlands won 5-3 against Willows Sea Foods when Tony Aisthorpe and Tim Gillin hit 2-0’s and Mick Thornton finished even with Lewis Sewell. John Taylor won both his frames for Willows.

Another 5-3 win came at Clee Bowls X as Butch Reynolds won the vital 2-0 for Hainton A. Paul Codd, Tony Storr and Tony Ward shared the rest of the frames with Bowlers Steve Crane, Nigel Cordy and Ian Hogarth. The clock was turned back a little for Cordy who ran in a good 52 break after losing his first frame.


G.S.N. Westlands, the runaway leaders of Section A, kept up their good work with a hard fought 5-3 victory at Ray Edmonds N. Jase Sanders won the opening two frames for the home team but Dan Morton and Ashley Wright hit back immediately with 2-0’s. John Morton made it five before Anthony Hepton won the last frame Edmonds.

Hainton B hit Clee Cons for six when Dave Cox and Neil Russell both won two, and Tony Lamberton and Adam Boyington shared with Jason Reynolds and Roy Southwell.

The biggest shock of the night came when lowly Nats B thrashed third in the table Cromwell A 6-2. Keith Board and Chris Yull won the first four frames before Wayne Webber and Stu Wilkinson shared with Jase Lawton and Keith Tomlinson.

An opening four frame salvo from Mark Stevens and Craig Taylor, and a single from Chris Gilliatt against Len Rodgers, gave Don Noble Bookmakers a 5-3 at Rapid Frames. Brian Beasley won both his frames for Rapid.

Clee Bowls A rolled over Blossom Way A when Roy Ling, Pete Mitchell and Mick Chew all won 2-0, and Dave Ashmore shared with Kev Gowing in a 7-1 victory.

John Lough won the first two frames for Blossom Way B, but Dick Cook won the last two for Clee Bowls Police as the match finished four-apiece.

Another 4-4 draw saw Andy Fletcher win two for Marcsmen to offset two from Clee Home Guard H’s Mark Rimmer.


Seven Seas Hurricanes move into joint second spot in Section B after beating Clee Bowls C 6-2. Lewis Flint and Jack Stinson were their 2-0 winners with Danny Reynolds and Tom Morris sharing against Rick Bass and Sean Wilkin.

Carr Lane E beat Ray’s Rockaz 5-3 when Stu Sadler won 2-0 and Paul Kirk, Garry Avison and Terry Bird shared with Richard Caunt, Jam McKeon and Matt Jones.

John Horne and Ricky Thornton both won two for Healing Legion, but Jamie Smith and Mark George did the same for T.R. Carpets B as the teams drew 4-4.

2-0 wins from Phil Scanlan and Kevan Hare and a single from Jason Neal against Gary Wright gave Standard A a 5-3 against Healing Men's. Not for the first time, Drew Winship won the two for the Men's.

Ryan Knox and Pete O'Connor both won two and Pete Shutt hit a single against Mike Reed as Road Runners won 5-3 at Haslams Plumbing and Heating. Dave Walker won two for Haslams.

Grimsby Police A beat Ray Edmonds G 6-2 when Kev Ferguson, Paul Dixon and Sandy Young all won two in response to a 2-0 from Tony Pearce.


The only slam of the week came in Section C when leaders Hainton Jokers froze out Birds Eye A. Steve Searle, Rob Broughton, Andy Warner and Matt Paterson were just too strong for the Eye.

Hainton C put six past Jubilee Rangers as James Wootton and Kyle Mawer both won two, and Aaron McHugh and Pete Chisnall shared with Gary Camburn and Pete Masson. Wootton made a nice 47 break.

Single set wins from Paul Brett Jnr, Blake Munton and Daz Kaveney, and a last board 2-0 from Andy Smith, gave Express Appliances a 5-3 at Cabbies. Steve and Ian Singleton, and Geoff Downing scored for the Taximen.

D.L. & Son beat Cue World Mints 7-1 when Dave Jones, Bob Barnes and Mark Hoodless all won 2-0, and K. Hydes shared with M. Gollings. Barnes was on fire as he ran in a splendid 51 break.

Cue World Comets beat a two man Standard B 7-1 when Yan de Grouchy shared with Pete Gibson and Terry Haigh won 2-0.

2-0 wins from Nigel Mumby and John Ford, and a single from George Clark against Wayne Bramley, gave Westlands A a 5-3 against Pelham Printers. Dave Dawson won both his frames for the Printers.

Matty Baker and Phil Neild both won two, and Mike Clark and Pete Keeble shared with Andy Widgery and Craig Allerston as Cromwell Car Care beat Clee Bowls Y 6-2.

And last but not least, a single from Mick Bird against Brad Mowforth, and a 2-0 from Phil Revell put Cromwell B 3-1 up in their derby game against the C team. That was it, however, as C. Foxcroft and D. Fenwick won the last four frames for the C team in a 5-3 victory.

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