Promotion-chasing Cons B overcome Police
CLEE Cons B just about condemned Grimsby Police to another season in Section A – and at the same time gave themselves a huge lift towards promotion.
Entertaining the Coppers at Grimsby Road, Lee Pawson, Lewis Singleton, Scott Gibbins and Paul Beasley won all the frames as they put their opponents to the sword.
Steve Austwick Garden Services hit TR Carpets A for six when Pete Mitchell, Steve Austwick and Cameron Dunlop all won 2-0 in reply to a 2-0 from Alan Burns who ran in a good 46 break for the Carpets.
There was nothing to choose between Cromwell A and Nats as all the players involved won and lost a frame in a 4-4 draw.
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Bottom team 1 None Golfer won for the second week running when Matt Clayton and Sean Ritchie both scored two and Phil Watts scored a single as they beat Hainton B 5-3.
Hainton A also lost 5-3 when Kevan Hare and Phil Scanlan won two apiece for Standard A and Darren Hare took a single.
A 2-0 from Bill Altoft was cancelled out by a similar effort from Steve Ellis as Ray Edmonds A came back to draw 4-4 at Healing Men's.
Carr Lane D took a big step away from the relegation zone with a 7-1 victory at Clee Bowls Police. Mark Leggett, Arthur Young and Joe Goodfellow were their 2-0 winners with Steve Leggett sharing with Johnpaul Teanby.
The top clash in Section B came at third-placed Healing Legion B when they entertained leaders Cromwell Rat Pack.
Unfortunately for the home side, the match failed to live up to its billing as Sean Carlisle and Dave Bass both won 2-0 for the visitors and Mick Greenhalgh and Ryan Johnstone shared with Danny Reynolds and Rick Kirk as the Rats ran up a 6-2 victory.
Second-placed GSN Westlands lost the first frame at Blossom Way A to Andy Johnson, but Ted Foster hit back immediately before Dan Morton, Mick Osborne and John Morton all won 2-0 to give the visitors a 7-1 victory.
Nats B's hopes of promotion took a massive dive as they were smashed 8-0 at home by Rapid Frames. Tim Cattell, Rik Walden, Len Rodgers and Jimmy Dean were just too good on the night.
A last board 2-0 from George Clark and earlier singles from Nigel Mumby, John Ford and Byron Hatfield gave Westlands A a 5-3 win at Linden Homes B.
A 2-0 from Keith Sowter and singles from Bob Camfield, Ray Charlton and Bob Barnes gave Clee Bowls D the same result against South Bank Imo's.
Roy Southwell won the first two frames for Linden Homes Snipers and Steve Johnson, Jason Reynolds and Jimmy Yates all hit singles as they beat Clark Self Drive 5-3.
Clee Bowls C went down by this score at home against Jammie Dodgers when John Anderson and Mathew McRae both won two and Andy Durkin won a single.
Yet another 5-3 saw Steve and Lee Neul both win 2-0 and Jack Bradshaw score a single as Westlands Juniors beat Grey N Balding.
After last week's unexpected defeat, Section C leaders Re-Generation K bounced back with an 8-0 slam at South Bank B. Carl Salah led the way and was ably supported by Marc Phillips, Andy Fletcher and Mike Crooks who all collected 2-0's.
Ray Edmonds N are just two points behind their club-mates after a 6-2 home win against Cambridge C. Ritchie Grant and Jase Sanders were their 2-0 winners with Mark Smith and Anthony Hepton scoring singles against Pete Tacey and Garry White.
Grimsby Police A just edged out rivals Laceby Legion B when Kev Ferguson and Paul Dixon both won two and Sandy Young scored a single against John Hindley in a 5-3 victory. Lee Doughty won both his frames for the Legion.
Carr Lane E and Birds Eye B fought out a 4-4 draw when Stu Sadler won two for the CarrLaners in reply to two from the Eye's Wayne Douglas.
Andy Stocks won the first two frames for Ray Edmonds S at T.R. Carpets B but that was their lot as Rick Mazingham, Jamie Smith and Scott Jackson won all the rest for the home team in a 6-2 victory.
Another 6-2 result saw Jamal Uddin and Martin Dowling both hit 2-0's and Taylor Dowling and Craig Kuzumczak score singles as Cambridge C won at Rays Rockers. Rick Francis and Matt Jones won the frames for the home team.
Single set wins from Brian West, Roger Smith and Gerry Howes and a last board 2-0 from Kev Armstrong gave Birds Eye A a 5-3 against Healing Legion A. Roy Wilson, Andy Jolley and Richard Boulton scored for Healing.
An opening four frame salvo from Craig Smith and Shane Newbold and a last board single from Paul Brett Jnr gave Section D leaders a 5-3 home win against Not Bottom. John Cook won both his frames for the visitors and Phil Madin won a single.
Cue World Boys matched this result when Brad Burrell won both his frames against Hasbeens and Louis Kirk, Lewis Sewell and Matty Lawton shared with Win Rose, George Emmitt and Bernard Christy.
A 2-0 from Terry Littlefair and a single from Keith Haigh against Paul Salisbury put Cue World N 3-1 up at Road Runners. They couldn't add to that however, as Keith Fountain and Shane Couldstone won the last four frames for the Runners in a 5-3 victory.
Dwayne Kenyon and Peter Robinson both won 2-0 for Allotment Diggers but Keith Fuller and Mick Bird did the same for Cromwell B as the teams drew four-apiece.
A three man Ray Edmonds Jubilee beat Power Rangers 5-3 when Jim Drury and Dave Hobbins both won 2-0 and Terry Kerley shared with Andy Aisthorpe.
An opening 2-0 from Clive Brummitt was cancelled out by a last board 2-0 from John Brocklesby as Standard B came back to draw 4-4 with Cromwell Car Care.