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The second half of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles kicked off this week, with Premier Section leaders Fardel Shipping showing their class once again when thrashing West End A 7-1. Paul Clark, Mark Franks and Jamie Green won the first six frames before Craig Rowbotham caught Gary Challis cold and sneaked the WestEnders point. Challis responded in fine style to win the last frame with a magnificent break of 84.

Clee Cons Slotters paid a visit to G.S.N. Westlands who unfortunately were a player short, and came away with a 6-2 win as Jon Steel and Luke Maddison both won two in reply to a 2-0 from John Morton. Maddison was on fire making a wonderful clearance of 90.

The Slotters also played their re-arranged game at Willows Sea Foods which ended in a 4-4 draw. A match full of real quality saw breaks of 97 from Scott Gibbins, 95 from Jeff Cundy, 54 from Luke Maddison and runs of 46, 43 and 40 from Steve Donner.

An opening 2-0 from Tony Aisthorpe was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from Karl Krajnyak as Clee Cons A came back to draw 4-4 with Metshine Westlands.

F1 GRP Systems put seven past Clee Bowls X as after Nige Lamming shared with Nigel Cordy, Sam Ward, Daz Evans and Alan Edmonds won all the remaining frames.

Willows Sea Foods won 6-2 at Cromwell Rat Pack when Steve Donner and Jack Stinson both won two and Ryan Milson and Mike Rouse shared with Sean Carlile and Dave Bass.

A 2-0 from Steve Fisher and a single from Daniel Harrison against Mark Graves put Ray Edmonds Stunners 3-1 up at home against T.R. Carpets. They couldn’t add to that, however, as Rick Gilliatt (52) and Ian Crosby won the last four frames for the visitors in a 5-3 result.

In a very friendly game at Cue World, Steve Austwick Garden Services shared the spoils with Cromwell A when all the players involved won and lost a frame.

Another draw saw Tim Seddon win both his frames for Ray Edmonds Enigma’s to offset an earlier 2-0 from Clee Bowls A’s Paul Salah.

Hainton A, the top team in Section A, were “away” at club-mates the B team and thanks to a 2-0 from Tony Storr, they won the match 5-3. There’s not much between the sides as Tony Ward, Paul Codd and Dave Bartlett shared the rest of the frames with Tony Lamberton, Butch Reynolds and Adam Boyington.

2-0 wins from Anthony Hepton and Jase Sanders, and a single from Mike Reed against Steve Neull gave Ray Edmonds N a 5-3 at Blossom Way A. Winning two for the Blossoms was Myles Kennan.

Andy Forward and Steve Arnold both won two and Gary Dannatt shared with Albert Potterton as Ray Edmonds S beat Blossom Way B 5-3. Dean Parker was the 2-0 winner for the Immingham lads.

Ken Payne won a frame for Clee Bowls C but that was their lot as Glenn Glover with a single, and Craig Smith, Stu Sadler and Terry Bird with two apiece, saw Carr Lane E to a 7-1 victory.

Clee Bowls Police beat Marcsmen 5-3 when Mark Stainton and Chris McIver both won 2-0 and Shaun Cook shared with Rick Kirk. Winning two for Marcsmen was Dan Webster.

A 2-0 from Tim Cattell and singles from Brett Cattell, Len Rodgers and Graham Shackleton against Mark Stevens, Nick Mason and Keith Southwell, gave Rapide Frames a 5-3 at Clee Home Guard. During the Christmas break, the teams played the postponed game from earlier in the season and this also finished 5-3 to Rapide. Tim Cattell and Bri Beasley were their 2-0 winners with Len Rodgers sharing once again with Nick Mason. Staring for the Home Guard was Mark Stevens who knocked in a 56 and a 35 when winning both his frames.

Will all teams in this section please note. One Hainton have withdrawn from the league so team nine in the handbook is now a bye. All the points have been expunged and the league table is up to date.

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Beertrix Trotters stay ahead of the pack in Section B after winning 7-1 at Ray Edmonds B. Danny Reynolds, Ash Kelk and Ryan Johnstone were their 2-0 heroes whilst Simon Lidgard shared with slam-saver Phil Marshall.

Healing Legion went down 5-3 at home to Haslams Plumbing and Heating when Mike Reed won both his frames for the visitors, and Dave Walker, Paul Grayson and Karl Haslam shared with John Horne, Ricky Thornton and Steve Rushby.

Hainton C hit Healing Mens for six as Dave Dawson, Dave Powell and Danny Webber all won two in response to a 2-0 from Drew Winship.

Ross Markham won the first two frames for Ray Edmonds G at Standard All Stars, but that was it as Mike Caborn, Kallum Young and Neil Caborn won all the rest for the home team in another 6-2 result.

A last board 2-0 from David Jones gave Clee Collectable's a 5-3 at Clee Bowls Y. Earlier, Dave Johnson, Bob Barnes and Mark Hoodless shared with Garry White, Craig Allerston and Terry Robinson.

Next Generation Fitness beat Express Maintenance 7-1 when Anthony Bray, Stuart Wilkinson and Chris Foxcroft all won 2-0 and Richard Smith shared with Blake Munton.

Cromwell Car Care put the cat amongst the pigeons in Section C when holding leaders Clee Cons C to a 4-4 draw. Mike Clark won both his frames for Car Care and Pete Keeble and Clive Brummitt shared with Pete Grant and Tom Keeley before Paul Lidgard won two for the Cons.

West End B put seven past a three-man Birds Eye Rockets when Sam Mountain and Matt Chandler won two each and Gary Brown shared with Darren Till.

Third in the table Home Maintenance Services also got seven when Alan Robertson, Heidi De Gruchy and Alan Brown all won two and Jon Ashford-Smith shared with John Rice. In a re-arranged game played over the Christmas period, the Maintenance team won 6-2 at Westlands A. The star of the show for the visitors was Jon Ashford-Smith who ran in a magnificent break of 94.

A 2-0 from Paul Blanchard was cancelled out by a similar effort from John Mimmack as Cabbies came back to draw 4-4 with Nats A.  

2-0 wins from Stuart Tuplin and Luke Fields and a single from Steve Miles against Steve Moody gave Clee Home Guard Renegades a 5-3 victory against Westlands A. Winning both his frames for the Wessies was Matt Tomlinson.

Jubilee Rangers entertained Standard B in a very friendly draw which saw all the players win and lose a frame.

Cromwell B ran in seven against Rays Rockaz when Brian Broomhead, Jim Bird and Phil Revell won the last six frames for them. Earlier, Mick Bird shared with Matt Jones.

A 2-0 from Warren Fenwick and a single from Brad Mowforth against Ray Nicholson put Crommy Cats 3-1 up at Pelham Printers. That was it for the Cats though, as Martin Hirst and Wayne Bramley won the last four frames for the Printers in a 5-3 victory.

Report by Dave Webster




John Parrott, Chairman of the League, presenting the John Langlands Trophy to Blake Munton.