Lads impress as they help team to victory
DADS & Lads have opened up a three-point gap at the top of Section A after beating Cromwell B 5-1 in the Grimsby Snooker Doubles League.
Playing at Cue World, Pete and Alfie East started the ball rolling when both won their frames.
In the process, Alfie, who is just nine years old, cleared all the colours to make a 27 break.
Ivan Harvey and Brad Burrell won the next two frames, before Dave Telfer and Adie Richardson won the fifth frame for the visitors.
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Jase and Mathew Lawton completed the scoring for the home team when Jase hit a break of 33, and Mathew, who is aged 11, had his first league break, a nice 21.
Nats made the trip to Healing Men's and, after Terry Blanchard and Mick Goodwin won the first two frames for them, they would have been disappointed to be held to a 3-3 draw.
Dennis and Jamie Wallis started the fight-back for the home team with a single against Danny Hargrave and Ryan Johnstone, before a last-board 2-0 from Andy Stanley and Bill Childs earned Healing the draw.
Standard A won 5-1 at Clee Bowls B when Dave Rushby, John Brocklesby, Tony Eglin and Jack Bradshaw all won 2-0 and Pete Gibson and Adam Boyington shared with slam-savers Mick Parker and Dave Walton.
The two Clee Cons teams had byes in the Premier Section, but neither Linden Homes B nor Hainton A could take advantage as they were both involved in 3-3 draws.
Linden entertained Taylor Made Carpets and led twice but, in the end, Chris Madsen, Jon Leggett, Anthony Jagger, Pete Leggett, Gaz Horsfall and Glen Leggett could only share with Mark Stevens, Fred Parker, Ian Sadler, Craig Taylor, Keith Tomlinson and Keith Southwell, who made a good 47 break for the Bookies.
Hainton A shared the first two frames at Healing Legion A before Dan Frosdick and Aaron McHugh put them 3-1 up. They couldn't add to that, however, as Nigel Barr and Bernard Mooney won the last two frames for the Legion as they shared the spoils.
West End A went on the rampage in their home game against Healing Legion B when Paul King, Dave Dixon, Euan Hunter, Dave Mac, Sandy Young and Jim Wood secured a 6-0 slam.