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It’s congratulations and commiserations in The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles as the season ended this week with titles, promotions and relegation's all sorted. Fardel Shipping won the Premier Section and finished off with a 7-1 victory against Cromwell Rat Pack as Paul Clark, Nige Emmerson and Paul Jackson all won 2-0 and Jamie Green shared with Anthony Jagger.

Clee Cons A, who unfortunately could only field three players, are in second spot despite losing 5-3 to West End A.  Craig Rowbotham won both his frames for the WestEnders and Jonno Webster shared with Karl Krajnyak. John Parker won the other two frames for the runners up.

Clee Cons Slotters, who still have a match to play, scored six at three-man Steve Austwick Garden Services as Jon Steel won 2-0 and Mark Goss and Luke Maddison shared with Daz Stanfield and Steve Austwick. This result sees the Gardeners relegated.

F1 GRP Systems picked up a 6-2 against three-man G.S.N. Westlands when Sam Ward won 2-0 and Daz Evans and Tony Miller shared with Dan Morton and Brad Burrell.

A 2-0 from Jack Stinson and singles from Steve Donner, Mike Rouse and Ryan Milson gave Willows Sea Foods a 5-3 at Metshine Westlands. Scoring for the home team were Mick Thornton, Tim Gillin and Tony Aisthorpe.

T.R. Carpets condemned Clee Bowls X to the A league on count back as they won 5-3 at the Bowls. Mark Graves and Ian Crosby won the 2-0’s for the Carpets and Steve Crane won two for the X Men. Martyn Shaw shared the other two frames with Mike Emerson.

Ray Edmonds Enigma’s stayed up on count back after winning 5-3 at Cromwell A. Steve Ellis won the vital 2-0 for Enigma’s with Daz Potter, Liam Oswin and Tim Seddon sharing against Matty Lawton, Pete East and Terry Burns.

A 2-0 from Roy Ling was cancelled out by a 2-0 from Abs Momin as Ray Edmonds Stunners came back to draw 4-4 with Clee Bowls A. This result sees the Stunners narrowly avoid the drop.

After a thrilling finish in Section A, Hainton B are Champions following a 6-2 victory at Carr Lane E. Dave Cox and Tony Lamberton were their 2-0 winners with Butch Reynolds and Neil Russell sharing against Stu Sadler and Glenn Glover.

Clee Cons needed a good result to guarantee second spot and did just that with an 8-0 slam against Blossom Way B. Although some of the frames were close, it was Jason and James Reynolds, Dean Richardson and Jimmy Yates who won them all.

Hainton A claim the third promotion place with a 5-3 at Clee Home Guard. Tony Storr and Tony Ward were their 2-0 winners with Dave Bartlett sharing against Keith Southwell. The Guardsmen’s 2-0 winner was Mark Stevens.

Nats B went down 6-2 at Blossom Way A when Paul Simpson and Myles Kennan both won two for the Immingham lads, and Steve Neul and Phil Robinson shared with Kev North and Wayne Webber.

Ray Edmonds N won 6-2 at relegated Clee Bowls C when Jase Sanders, Anthony Hepton and John Anderson all won two in reply to a 2-0 from Andre Desertaux.

A 2-0 from Dick Cook was equalled by a 2-0 from Mick Forward as Clee Bowls Police drew 4-4 at Ray Edmonds S.

Rapide Frames thrashed Carr Lane D 7-1 when Len Rodgers, Graham Shackleton and Brett Cattell all won 2-0 and Tim Cattell shared with Steve Leggett. Unfortunately, both these teams are relegated.

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Section A

Section B

Section C

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The top clash in Section B featured Hainton C at home against Champions Beertrix Trotters who only had three players. Dave Powell shared the opening two frames with Danny Reynolds and that was it for the Trotters as Nath Nichols and Dan Webber won the rest of the frames played in a 7-1 victory. This result sees the Hainton side finish runners up.

Standard All Stars grab the third promotion place on count back from Cue World Comets after beating relegated Clee Bowls Y 7-1. Mike Caborn, Dave Bird and Steve Metcalf all won two and Adam Metcalf shared with slam-saver Garry White.

The Comets beat Cleethorpes Collectable’s 6-2 when Robert Hunter and Craig Foster both won two and Michael Dent and Terry Haigh shared with Dave Johnson and Bob Barnes.

Grimsby Police A played their last match at the Police Club and finished with a 5-3 victory, their first win since November 6th. Paul Dixon and Kev Ferguson were their 2-0 winners with Sandy Young sharing against Karl Haslam. The Plumbers 2-0 winner was Paul Grayson.

An opening 2-0 from Blake Munton and singles from Joe Tomkins, Rob Mundy and Mike Langridge, gave Ray Edmonds G a 5-3 at Next Generation Fitness. Scoring for the home team were Richard Smith, Chris Foxcroft and Trev Blyth.

Following irregularities in Section C, West End B have been demoted to bottom place in the section. This is not in any way a reflection on the West End Club.

Clee Cons C have finished in top spot after a 7-1 victory at Pelham Printers. Ray Nicholson saved the slam for the home team against Ryan Knox, whilst Chris Farrow, Mark George and Paul Lidgard all won two for the Champions.

2-0 wins from Jon Ashford-Smith and Alan Brown, and a single from Alan Robertson against Warren Fenwick, gave second placed Home Maintenance Services a 5-3 at Crommy Cats. Brad Mowforth won the other two frames for the Cats.

Nats B in third, picked up all the points against Birds Eye Rockets who failed to show up.

Cromwell Car Care hit Cabbies for six when Clive Brummitt and Pete Keeble both won two and Mike Clark and Matty Baker shared with Trev Thompson and Mick Thomas.

Rays Rockaz also got six as Matt Jones, David Taylor and Richard Caunt all won two in response to a 2-0 from Westlands A’s Nigel Mumby.

Jubilee Rangers beat Cromwell B 5-3 when Terry Kerley and Pete Masson won two-each and Jam McKeon shared with Phil Revell. Crommy’s 2-0 winner was Mick Bird.

Standard B lost 5-3 at Clee Home Guard Renegades as S. Tuplin and B. Davies won 2-0 for the Guardsmen and R. Parkin shared with Phil Evans. Earlier, Andy Kenningale won two for Standard.

Report by Dave Webster



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