Ton-up Paul Clark right on cue as Webbonet extend lead at top of Premier Section
CUEMAN Paul Clark knocked in his first century break of the season as Webbonet extended their lead at the top of the Premier Section with a 7-1 win against Ray Edmond's Enigmas.
Playing against Daz Potter, and having already won the frame, Clark was trailing in the second when suddenly, from nowhere, he took full advantage of his opportunity to knock in a lovely break of 101 to put his team 2-0 up.
Jamie Green and Paul Metcalf added further victories, before Luke Maddison stopped the rot for Enigma's when he shared two frames with Nige Emmerson.
Second in the table, Clee Cons, were at Blossom Way B and came away with five points when Steve Donner won both his frames, and Mick Bridge, Jon Steel and John Parker shared with home players Albert Potterton, Paul Simpson and Steve Crane.
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Ray Edmonds A won 6-2 at Inspirations' Fireplaces when Lee Plant, Alan Edmonds and Jamie Richardson all won 2-0 in reply to a 2-0 from Lee Blanchard.
T.R. Carpets walked over bottom team Cambridge H as Scott Templeman, Mark Graves, Chris Madsen contributed to an 8-0 slam.
The derby game at Cue World saw Willows Sea Foods gain four valuable points against Cue World.
Kev Cowdroy won both his frames, before Danny Braithwaite (91) and Mike Rouse shared with Kev Ashby and Stu Swinburn. Ivan Harvey won the other two frames.
Alan Phillips and Steve Green both won two for West End A but Pete Smith and Tony Aisthorpe did the same for Metshine Westlands as the teams drew four-apiece.
In a match involving six black ball games, Kev Ratcliffe and Ian Hogarth both won 2-0, and Nigel Cordy shared his frames with Daz Stanfield as Clee Bowls X won 5-3 at West End C. Andy Barry was the 2-0 winner for the home team.
Tim Seddon, with breaks of 50 and 34, won 2-0 for M.J. Decorators, but Mark Stevens, who hit 67 and 34 in his frames, did the same for Don Noble Bookmakers as the match finished all square.
There are two un-played matches in this section, Inspirations-Fireplaces versus Cue World, and Ray Edmonds A against Clee Bowls X. As there are no matches during Easter week, will all teams arrange to play them on either the Monday or the Tuesday that week.
Clee Cons B took advantage of Steve Austwick Garden Services bye to move within a point of them at the top of Section A. Playing at home against Clee Bowls A, Lee Pawson and Paul Beasley were their 2-0 winners with Lewis Singleton and Scott Gibbins sharing with Dave Ashmore and Roy Ling in a 6-2 victory.
Just a further point behind are Nats A who won 5-3 at 1 None Golfer. The Golfers were 3-1 up after Matty Clayton won both his frames, and Sean Ritchie shared with Steve Austin, but they couldn't hold on as John and Mark Ilbrey won the last four frames for the visitors.
Hainton B won by the same score at Ray Edmonds J when Neil Russell won both his frames and Chris Taylor, Dave Page and George Bartlett shared with Andy Smith, Steve Ellis and Nige Otter.
Hainton A hit Cromwell A for six when Ray Hammond and Butch Reynolds both won two and Tony Storr and Keith Atmore shared with Jase Lawton and Simon Bensley.
Grimsby Police also hit six as Ian and Gaz Dannatt both won 2-0 against Standard A and Jim Wood and Dennis Dannatt shared with Darren Hare and Phil Scanlan.
Two-nil wins from Tom Jackson and Johnpaul Teanby and a single from Mark Stainton against Alan Burns gave Clee Bowls Police a 5-3 against T.R. Carpets A. Kev North was the 2-0 winner for Carpets.
An opening four-frame salvo from Drew Winship and Bill Altoft, and singles from Gary Wright and Terry Lloyd, gave Healing Mens a 6-2 home win against Carr Lane D. Steve Leggett and Joe Goodfellow won the frames for the visitors.
There are three outstanding matches in this section, namely, Standard A versus T.R. Carpets A, Healing Mens versus Hainton A and Ray Edmonds J against T.R. Carpets A.
As there are no matches during Easter week, will all teams arrange to play them on either the Monday or the Tuesday that week.
Cromwell Rat Pack entertained lowly Jammie Dodgers in Section B and duly dispatched them 6-2 as Ryan Johnstone and Sean Carlisle both won 2-0 and Rick and Dave Bass scored singles against Andy Durkin and Craig Hatfield.
G.S.N. Westlands, just three points behind the Rats, and with a game in hand, put seven past South Bank Imo's when after Mick Reed had won the first frame for Imo's, Danny Morton, Ted Foster, John Morton and Craig Sidney won all the rest.
The derby game at the Linden Club saw the B team go down 5-3 to the Snipers when Roy Southwell and Jason Reynolds both won 2-0, and Jimmy Yates shared with Mel Pratt. Earlier in the game, Chris Brown won both his frames for B.
A 2-0 from Tim Cattell was cancelled out by a similar effort from Bob Barnes as Clee Bowls D came back to draw 4-4 at Rapid Frames.
2-0 wins from Mike Caborn and Tony Pearce and a single from Garry Avison against Chris Yull gave Grey N Balding a 5-3 at Nats B. Wayne Webber won both his frames for the home team.
Ken Payne won both his frames for Clee Bowls C but Myles Kennan did the same for Blossom Way A as the teams drew four-all.
There are four matches outstanding in this section and they are: Jammie Dodgers versus Linden Snipers, Grey N Balding against Healing Legion B, Clee Bowls D versus G.S.N. Westlands, and Westlands A against Blossom Way A. As there are no matches during Easter week, will all teams arrange to play them on either the Monday or the Tuesday that week.
The top match in Section C came at the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre when Ray Edmonds N, who were second in the table, took on leaders Re-Generation K. Although three of the frames were very close, Re-Gen's won it 6-2 when Carl Salah, Andy Fletcher and Dan Webster all won 2-0 in response to a 2-0 from Jase Sanders.
This defeat sees Grimsby Police move into second spot after they put six past bottom team Birds Eye A. Kev Ferguson and Mark Tarttelin were the 2-0 winners for the Coppers with Paul Dixon and George Walters hitting singles against Brian West and Gerry Howes.
Laceby Legion B surprisingly went down 6-2 at Carr Lane E when Mike Gollings and Stu Sadler both won 2-0 and Terry Bird and Dave Tomlinson shared with John Hindley and Lee Doughty.
Another team to score six were Birds Eye B and it was Wayne and Simon Douglas with the 2-0's, and Steve Betts and Paul Grayson with singles that did the trick at Cambridge C. Pete Tacey and Garry White won the frames for the home team.
Club pride was restored when Cambridge D thrashed Healing Legion A 7-1. John Horne won the frame for the Legion but this apart, it was Tom Walker, Jamal Uddin, Mark Rae and Martin Dowling who won all the rest.
Another 7-1 came at South Bank B when Scott Jackson, Jamie Smith and Paul Rushby all won 2-0 for T.R. Carpets B and Mark George shared with slam-saver Matt Paterson.
Rays Rockers took Cabbies for a ride when Richard Caunt and Rick Francis both won 2-0 and Matt Jones and David Taylor shared with Ian and Steve Singleton in a 6-2 victory.
Two matches are outstanding in this section and they are Healing Legion A versus Ray Edmonds S and Re-Generation K against Rays Rockers. As there are no matches during Easter week, will all teams arrange to play them on either the Monday or the Tuesday that week.
Ray Edmonds Z stay six points ahead of Blossom Way All Stars after both teams won 5-3 in Section D. Craig Smith and Shane Newbold both won 2-0 for Edmonds and Paul Brett Jnr shared with Allotment Diggers Pete Robinson. Craig Foster won both his frames for the Diggers.
The All Stars victory came at Cue World Boys where Brad Mowforth and Steve Walker were their 2-0 winners with Daz Edwards sharing against Matty Lawton. Lewis Sewell won both his frames for the Boys.
Ray Edmonds Jubilee had a shocking result against Not Bottom when only Jam McKeon could manage a frame for them. Phillip Madin, Adam Board and Eddie Johnson starred for the Bottoms with 2-0's and John Cook scored the single.
2-0 wins from George Padley and Aaron McHugh and a single from Gaz Ellis against Win Rose gave Cromwell Car Care a 5-3 home win against Hasbeens. Bernard Christy was the 2-0 winner for the visitors.
Another 5-3 saw M. Leeming and Dave Evans win 2-0 for Laceby Legion A and M. Robinson share with Keith Fuller of Cromwell B. Mick Bird won both his frames for Cromwell.