Snooker: Magnificent seven for Webbonet
WEBBONET were in seventh heaven as century king Jamie Green made history during the team's 7-1 triumph over Metshine Wetlands.
Green knocked in a 103, his fourth century in as many two-frame individual matches, in the Premier Section of the Roy Ling Grimsby Snooker Singles League.
Grimsby Telegraph snooker reporter Dave Webster, pictured, said: "As anyone who plays snooker will tell you, making a century in any game is reserved for people with a special talent – but to do it four times in a row in a league match really is something outstanding."
Green's latest century came against Tim Gillin, who he beat 2-0. Nige Emmerson chalked up breaks of 87 and 61 as he and Paul Clark also bagged 2-0s. Paul Metcalf, who made a 64 break, shared with slam-saver Tony Aisthorpe.
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Clee Cons A grabbed all the frames in their match against West End C when Jon Steel (75), Karl Krajnyak (72), John Parker (53) and Gary Skipworth all won 2-0.
Ray Edmonds A beat Willows Sea Foods 7-1 as Jamie Richardson (52), Chris Sutton and Alan Edmonds all won 2-0 and John Ashford-Smith shared with Mike Rouse.
After the first four frames were shared, Stuart Carrington and Ivan Harvey won the last four frames to give Cue World a 6-2 victory against TR Carpets.
Steve Crane won a frame for Blossom Way B at Inspirations-Fireplaces but that was their lot as Paul Smith, Lee Blanchard, Tony Miller and Daz Evans won all the rest in a 7-1 home win.
Two-nil wins from Tim Seddon and Dean Richardson and a single from Andy Forward gave MJ Decorators a 5-3 victory at West End A.
A dour match at Clee Bowls X saw Nick Mason, Mark Wilkinson and Karl Leverton all win a frame for Cambridge H, but a 2-0 from Nigel Cordy gave the Bowlers a 5-3 result.
Ian Sadler won both his frames for Don Noble Bookmakers but Alan Brown did the same for Ray Edmonds Enigmas as the teams drew 4-4.
The top clash in Section A came at the Cromwell Club where fourth in the table Cromwell A took on third-placed Clee Cons B.
Pete East shared the first two frames with visitor Lewis Singleton.
But after that it was all one-way traffic as Jase Lawton, Terry Burns and Ian Taylor won the remaining frames to give the home team a tremendous 7-1 victory.
Leaders Steve Austwick Garden Services found themselves 3-1 down at home against Clee Bowls Police when Mark Stainton won both his frames for the visitors and Shaun Cook shared with Steve Austwick. After that it was normal service resumed as Lee Staveley and Cameron Dunlop won the last four frames for the top team in a 5-3 result.
Nats A hit TR Carpets A for six when Dave Roe and Mark Ilbrey both won 2-0 and Dave Burton and John Ilbrey shared with Rick Gilliatt and Kev North.
Another team to win 6-2 were Clee Bowls A and their 2-0 winners against Healing Mens were Roy Ling and Dave Ashmore. Scoring for the Mens were Bill Altoft and Drew Winship who shared with Pete Gibbs and Mick Chew.
Two-nil wins from Ian and Dennis Dannatt and a single from Gaz Dannatt against Steve Ellis gave Grimsby Police a 5-3 at Ray Edmonds J. Nige Otter won the other two frames for the home team.
Rapid Frames produced a notable double in Section B when they beat leaders Cromwell Rat Pack for the second time this season. Played at the Cambridge Club, Rik Walden won the only 2-0 of the night for the home team and was supported by Tim Cattell, Len Rodgers and Bill Andrews who all scored singles in a 5-3 victory.
GSN Westlands closed the gap on the top team with a 7-1 victory against Clark Self Drive. Mick Gowen won the frame for Clark's against Ray Barrett but, this apart, it was all too easy for Dan Morton, Paul Cook and John Morton who all scored 2-0s.
An opening four frame burst from Danny Reynolds and Ryan Milson and singles from Alex Burnett and Chris Tuck against Myles Kennan and John Rowson gave Healing Legion B a 6-2 at Blossom Way A.
Another team to score six were Clee Bowls D and it was Bob Barnes and Keith Sowter with 2-0's and Bob Camfield and Dave Johnson with singles that did the trick against Linden Homes B.
Nats B scraped a narrow 5-3 win at Westlands A when Nick Woods won the only 2-0 in the match. Nigel Mumby, John Ford and Alec Cowie all won a frame for the Wessies.
Steve Neul won a frame for Westlands Juniors at Linden Homes Snipers, but that was their lot as a single from Steve Johnson, and 2-0's from Roy Southwell, Jason Reynolds and Jimmy Yates gave the Snipers a 7-1 victory.
An opening four frame salvo from Garry Avison and Mike Caborn and singles from Phil Marshall and Tony Pearce against Eric Buck and Harry Putland gave Grey N Balding a 6-2 against Clee Bowls C.
Craig Hatfield and Mathew McRae won a frame each for Jammie Dodgers against South Bank Imo's, but that was all they could muster as singles from Phil Godden and Alan Wortley, and 2-0's from Tony Potter and Mick Reed gave the Imo's a 6-2 victory.
Re-Generation K cemented their place at the top of Section C with an 8-0 slam against bottom team Birds Eye A. Dan Webster, Carl Salah, Andy Fletcher and Marc Phillips were just too strong for the Eye.
A 2-0 from Steve Singleton and a single from John Mimmack against Lee Singleton put Cabbies 3-1 up at home against Ray Edmonds N. They couldn't add to that however, as Anthony Hepton and Richard Grant won the last four frames for Edmonds in a 5-3 victory.
Grimsby Police A put the cosh to Rays Rockers when Kev Ferguson, Paul Dixon and George Walters all won 2-0 and Mark Tarttelin shared with Richard Caunt in a 7-1 thrashing.
Two-nil wins from Glen Glover and John Hindley and a single from Lee Doughty against Mark George gave Laceby Legion B a 5-3 against TR Carpets B. Jamie Smith won both his frames for the Carpets.
Carr Lane E won 6-2 at Healing Legion A when Mick Gollings, Dave Tomlinson and Stu Sadler all won 2-0 in reply to a 2-0 from John Horne.
The derby game at the Cambridge Club saw Craig Allerston win both his frames for the C team, but Martin Dowling do the same for the D team as the match finished four-apiece.
After a 4-4 draw at Cromwell B, Cue World Boys slip to fifth place in Section D following slams from Road Runners and Allotment Diggers. The Boys got off to a bad start when Mick Bird won both his frames, and Brian Broomhead and Jim Bird scored singles against Louis Kirk and Bradley Burrell before Lewis Sewell won the last two frames for the Cue World team.
Road Runners move into third place after Paul Salisbury, Andy Kenningale, Shane Couldstone and Keith Fountain all won 2-0 at Hasbeens whilst Allotment Diggers now occupy fourth spot after Dwayne Kenyon, Craig Foster, Lee Craven and Peter Robinson all won at Not Bottom.
A 2-0 from Jim Drury and singles from Jam McKeon, Terry Kerley and Dave Hobbins gave Ray Edmonds Jubilee a 5-3 at Cue World N. Terry Littlefair, Eddie Langridge and Terry Haigh scored for the home team.
A 2-0 from Liam Cribb was cancelled out by a similar effort from Dave Evans as Laceby Legion A came back to draw 4-4 at Power Rangers.