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Jeff Cundy became the latest centurion in the T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Singles this week with a magnificent break of 112. Playing in the Premier Section for Leylands Lads, Cundy, paired against Willows Sea Foods’ Lewis Sewell, had won a close first frame, but then turned on the style from the off in the second to win it 112-0. Ivan Harvey added another two frames for the Lads before John Cribb and John Gregson shared with the Sea Foods’ Mike Rouse and Ryan Milson in a 6-2 victory.

Leaders Fardel Shipping brought West End A back down to earth with a crushing 8-0 slam. Paul Clark, Gary Challis, Jamie Green and Nige Emmerson were far too strong for the WestEnders.

Clee Cons A beat Steve Austwick Garden Services 6-2 when John Parker and Gary Skipworth both won two, and Lewis Singleton and Karl Krajnyak shared with Daz Stanfield and Daz Barraclough.

A 2-0 from Scott Gibbins and singles from Luke Maddison, Paul Beasley and Jon Steel, gave Clee Cons Slotters a 5-3 at F1 GRP Systems. Scoring for the home team were Sam Ward, Tony Miller and Nige Lamming.

Cromwell A put up a brave fight at Metshine Westlands when Matty Lawton, Ian Taylor and Jase Lawton all won a frame for them. In the end, it was a 2-0 from Tony Aisthorpe that gave Metshine a 5-3 victory.

An opening four frame salvo from John Morton and Ashley Wright, and a single from Scott Templeman against Sean Carlile, gave G.S.N. Westlands a 5-3 at Cromwell Rat Pack. Dave Bass won the two for Rats.

T.R. Carpets hit Hainton B for six when Ian Crosby and Martyn Shaw both won two and Mark Graves and Nige Otter shared with Adam Boyington and Tony Lamberton.


With only seven points separating the top four teams in Section A, every frame is going to be vital in the promotion race. Joint leaders Clee Bowls X were at Blossom Way B, and came away with six as after losing the first two frames to John Lough, Nigel Cordy, Ian Hogarth and Brian Hotson won all the rest.

The other joint top team, Ray Edmonds Enigma’s, also scored six as Darren Potter and Steve Ellis won two each at Don Noble Bookmakers, and Liam Oswin and Tim Seddon shared with the Bookies Craig Smith and Chris Gilliatt.

Third in the table Ray Edmonds Stunners got five against Carr Lane D when Daniel Harrison and Steve Fisher both won 2-0, and Andy Aisthorpe shared with Brian Ryley. The CarrLaners other two frames came from Joe Goodfellow.

Clee Cons finished four-apiece with Marcsmen when in a friendly game, all the players involved won and lost a frame.

The biggest winners in the section were Clee Bowls A who put seven past Blossom Way A. Paul Salah, Pete Mitchell and Mick Chew were their 2-0 winners, with Dave Ashmore sharing against slam-saver Andy Johnson.

Clee Bowls Police smashed Rapid Frames 6-2 when Shaun Cook and Mark Stainton won two each, and Chris McIver and Johnpaul Teanby shared with Rik Walden and Brett Cattell.

2-0 wins from John Dobbs and Mick Reed, and singles from Paul Grayson and Anthony Hepton, gave Ray Edmonds N a 6-2 at Laceby Legion. Jay Cowan and Dave Powell won the frames for the Legion.

Another 6-2 win came at Nats B when Wayne Webber and Nick Woods won the last four frames for them against Seven Seas Hurricanes. Earlier, Stu Wilkinson and Keith Board shared with Hurricanes’ Anthony Bray and Alex Burnett.

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The top clash in Section B came at the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre where second in the table Ray Edmonds S entertained leaders One Hainton. Although four of the frames were very closely contested, it was the Hainton lads who came out on top as Matt Paterson and Dean Want both won two, and Andy Warner won a single against Nick Masters in a 5-3 victory. Gaz Dannatt won both his frames for the home team.

A 2-0 from Paul Brett Jnr and singles from Blake Munton, Paul Brett Snr and Ash Smith against Pete Wood, Mike Langridge and Ross Markham, gave Express Appliances a 5-3 against Ray Edmonds G.

Dave Walker won both his frames for Haslams Plumbing and Heating, but Mark Rimmer did the same for Clee Home Guard H as the teams drew 4-4.

An opening four frame burst from John Horne and Ricky Thornton, and a single from Roy Wilson against Gary Wright, gave Healing Legion a 5-3 victory against local side Healing Mens. Drew Winship was the Mens 2-0 winner.

2-0 wins from Chris Farrow and Pete Grant, and a single from Chris Dawson against Sandy Young, gave Cue World Mints a 5-3 at Grimsby Police. Scoring two for the Coppers was Paul Dixon.


Clee Cons C made it tough for Section C leaders Beertrix Trotters as Dan Hargreaves, James Reynolds and Tom Keeley all won a frame for them before losing 5-3 to a Danny Reynolds double. Simon Lidgard, Andy Leworthy and Ash Kelk won the singles for the Trotters.

A last board 2-0 from Martin Dowling gave Clee Bowls Y a narrow 5-3 victory against Nats A. Earlier, Craig Allerston, Andy Widgery and Dave Richardson shared with Nats’ Mick Smith, Brian Burton and Phil Scanlan.

Cue World Comets put six past Rays Rockaz as Pete East and John Parr both won two and Alfie East and Terry Haigh shared with Richard Caunt and Matt Jones.

D.L. & Son went one better when Dave Johnson, Bob Barnes and Dave Jones all won 2-0 and Geoff Ford won a single against Ray Edmonds B’s Andy Smith.

Single set wins from Matt Tomlinson, Mick Webber and Steve Moody, and a 2-0 from John Ford, gave Westlands A a 5-3 at Doo Darrs. Scoring for the home team were Liam Cribb, Kyle Jennings and Robert Hunter.

Jubilee Rangers beat Crommy Cats 6-2 when Gaz Camburn and Simon Snook both won 2-0 and Jim Drury and Terry Kerley shared with Warren Fenwick and Chris Foxcroft.

Jim Bird won both his frames for Cromwell B, but Phil Madin did the same for Birds Eye A as the teams drew four-apiece.

2-0 wins from Ian Singleton and Geoff Downing, and a single from Steve Singleton against John Rice, gave Cabbies a 5-3 at Chalk It Up. Barry Haigh won both his frames for the Chalks.

And finally, Cromwell Car Care beat a three-man Pelham Printers 5-3 when Matty Baker won 2-0 and Mike Clark shared with Ray Nicholson. Pelham’s 2-0 winner was Dave Dawson.

League sponsor Rick Gilliatt with Jamie Green, who won the Grimsby Senior Snooker and Billiards titles.

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