Long-standing clubs mark league centenary celebrations
CONTINUING the Grimsby & District Snooker & Billiards League's centenary season celebrations, a friendly match was held between West End and Clee Cons.
The two clubs are the only ones that still ply their trade in the league from the ten that made up the first campaign 100 years ago.
The two clubs were presented with framed certificates before the match took place at Manor Avenue.
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He received a drinks prize kindly donated by Cons vice-chairman Pat Tully.
Susan Hewer designed the presentation certificates and provided them as a gift for the league's centenary event. Hewer is the daughter of Stan Moore, who made the presentation.
The league's centenary committee would like to thank the West End Club and its members for their hospitality. Paul King and wife Lynn provided a buffet and made a generous contribution to the Centenary Fund.
West End Club president Peter Needham also made a donation that helped take the night's proceeds over the £100 mark.
A return match, at Clee Cons, is scheduled for Saturday, March 30.