Carr Lane A put the cat amongst the pigeons in the Premier Section of The T. R. Carpets Grimsby Snooker League Doubles as they beat title challengers Clee Cons B 4-2. Pete Dannatt, Geoff Brown, John Baker and Dennis Commons won two black ball games between them against Jason and James Reynolds, Steve Donner and Tom Keeley before a last board 2-0 from Mel Pratt and Daz Braithwaite gave them the victory.
Leaders Dads and Lads won 4-2 at Hainton B when John Taylor and Matty Lawton both won two and Dave Bass, Keith Tomlinson, Ian Taylor and Pete East shared with Andy McArthur, Matt Paterson, and Dave and Sean Bartlett.
Clee Cons A won by the same score when they entertained Clee Home Guard. Tony Forster, Craig Thomas, Rob Willerton and Mick Vincent shared the first four frames with Nick Mason, Rick Gilliatt, Terry Robinson and Rick Pacey before Jimmy Yates and Dan Webster won the last two frames for them.
Aaron McHugh and Michael Dent put Cue World Comets 2-0 up at Nats A but that was all they could muster as Nige Emmerson, Dave Burton, Danny Hargrave and Mike Smith won the rest of the frames for the home team in another 4-2 result.
The top clash in Section A saw Clee Bowls C entertain Hainton Potters at Elm Road. First blood went to the visitors when Ashley Brett and Shane Croft put them 2-0 up, but the lead didn’t last long as Geoff Ford and John Pickard won the next two frames for the home team. The Bowlers went in front for the first time with a single from Rob McBain and Mal Gaffing, but they couldn’t hang on as a last frame win from Ray Stowers and Brian Willett earned the Potters a draw.
West End B are just a point behind the leaders after a 4-2 victory against Birds Eye Granddads. Dave Page, Darren Roche, Stewart Wilkinson and Rick Benefer put them 4-0 up before Mick Silver and Joe Thomkin won the last two frames for the Eye.
An opening 2-0 from Pete Gibson and Adam Boyington and singles from Phil Evans, Brad Mowforth, Andy Kenningale and Jeff Leak gave Standard a 4-2 victory at Healing Legion. Winning a frame each for the home team were Bernard Mooney, Drew Winship, Dave Peterson and Roger Cropp.