Ton-up Webbonet on fire at league summit
HIGH-FLYING Webbonet have passed the century mark just halfway through the Roy Ling Mutual Grimsby & District Snooker Singles League.
The table-topping cuemen reached a formidable total of 105 points by winning 6-2 at Cue World.
Webbonet are now 17 points clear at the summit.
Jamie Green, Paul Metcalf and Nige Emmerson all won two frames for the leaders. Stu Swinburn bagged a double for the Cue World hosts.
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Ray Edmonds A came away from West End A with five frames after Jamie Richardson and Alan Edmonds both won 2-0, and Lee Plant shared with John Parrott. Craig Rowbotham won the other two frames for WestEnders.
A three-man TR Carpets beat Willows Sea Foods 5-3. Ian Crosby and Chris Madsen both won 2-0, and Mark Graves shared with Jack Stinson.
MJ Decorators are rooted at the bottom after losing 7-1 at home against West End C. Martyn Shaw, Andy Barry and Daz Stansfield all won 2-0 for the visitors, with Dave Powell getting the single against slam-saver Frazer Jones. Nigel Cordy won both his frames for Clee Bowls X but Lee Blanchard did the same for Inspirations-Fireplaces as the teams drew four-apiece.
Mark Wilkinson won the opening frame for Cambridge H against Metshine Westlands, but that was their lot as a single from Pete Smith, and 2-0s from Tony Aisthorpe, Mick Thornton and Tim Gillin, gave Metshine a 7-1 victory.
A 2-0 from Mark Stevens and singles from Ian Sadler, Keith Southwell and Craig Taylor gave Don Noble Bookmakers a 5-3 against Blossom Way B. Scoring for the Blossoms were Paul Simpson, Albert Potterton and Steve Crane.
The top six teams all drew 4-4 in Section A.
Steve Austwick Garden Services were held at home by Clee Bowls A. Mick Chew and Dave Ashmore both won 2-0 for the visitors, in reply to 2-0s from Pete Mitchell and Lee Staveley.
Scott Gibbins won both his frames for Clee Cons B, but Pete Sandiford did the same for Standard A as they finished even.
All the players won and lost a frame as Nats A drew with Ray Edmonds J.
The last of the draws came when an opening 2-0 from Terry Burns was cancelled out with a 2-0 from Dennis Dannatt as Cromwell A shared the spoils with Grimsby Police.
Hainton B, Healing Mens and Hainton A all edged up the standings following 6-2 victories.
Chris Taylor and Neil Russell both won two for Hainton A at Carr Lane D, whilst George Bartlett and Dave Page shared with Steve and Mark Leggett.
Terry Lloyd and Drew Winship were the 2-0 winners for Healing Mens with Bill Altoft and Gary Wright hitting singles against TR Carpets A's Dave Morley and James Glistrupp.
Hainton B's six came from Paul Codd and Butch Reynolds, who both won 2-0, and Tony Storr and Ray Hammond – who shared with Matty Clayton and Phil Watts, of 1 None Golfer.
Healing Legion B swept into a four-frame lead in Section B when Ryan Milson and Rick Kirk both won 2-0 at Jammie Dodgers. Mathew McRae pulled a frame back for the home team when sharing with Alex Burnett before John Anderson grabbed another two for the Dodgers to restrict the leaders to five.
Cromwell Rat Pack also got five in their match at Blossom Way A. Dave Bass and Mick Greenhalgh were their 2-0 winners with Ryan Johnstone sharing with Andy Johnson. Myles Kennan won the other two for the Immingham lads.
GSN Westlands smashed seven past Rapid Frames when Dan and John Morton, and Craig Sidney all won 2-0 and Ted Foster shared with Tim Cattell.
A 2-0 from Stu Wilkinson and singles from Keith Board, Chris Yull and Wayne Webber gave Nats B a 5-3 at Clark Self Drive. Mark Rimmer, Mike Clark and Phil Neild won the frames for Clarks.
Linden Homes B beat Westlands Juniors 6-2 when Daz Braithwaite, John Dannatt and John Baker all won 2-0 in response to a 2-0 from Steve Neul. Neul was left gutted when missing an easy black in both his frames, the first when on 46 and the second after he knocked in 48.
Jase Reynolds and Roy Southwell both won 2-0 for Linden Snipers, but John Ford and Byron Hatfield did the same for Westlands A as the teams drew 4-4.
Another 4-4 draw saw Alan Wortley win 2-0 for South Bank Imo's, only to see Eric Buck win both his frames for Clee Bowls C.
An opening four frame salvo from Phil Marshall and Mike Caborn and singles from Garry Avison and Tony Pearce gave Grey N Balding a 6-2 against Clee Bowls D. Bob Barnes and Ray Charlton won the frames for the Bowlers.
Grimsby Police A, the leaders in Section C, still retain their one-point advantage over Ray Edmonds N after both the teams won 5-3. The Coppers entertained Cambridge D and after Kev Ferguson shared the opening two frames with Martin Dowling, Simon Gibbons and George Walters both won two to put them 5-1 up. They couldn't add to that however as Craig Kuzumczak won the last two frames for the visitors.
Mark Smith was the inspirational skipper of Ray Edmonds N as he was the only 2-0 winner in the match at TR Carpets B. Ritchie Grant, Lee Singleton and Anthony Hepton shared the rest of the frames with Jamie Smith, Scott Jackson and Mark George.
Carr Lane E move up the table after a 7-1 victory at Birds Eye A. Mick Gollings, Stu Saddler and Terry Bird were their 2-0 winners with Lee Waterman sharing against slam-saver Roger Smith.
Laceby Legion B put six past Cambridge C when Jay Cowan and Lee Doughty both won 2-0 and Glen Glover and John Hindley shared with Andy Widgery and Craig Allerston.
Andy Stocks and Nick Masters both won two for Ray Edmonds S but Ian Singleton and John Mimmack did the same for Cabbies as the teams fought out a 4-4 draw.
Ray Edmonds Z found themselves 3-1 down at home against Laceby Legion A in Section D when M Robinson shared with Paul Brett Snr and Dave Chester won both his frames. They came back well however, as Craig Smith and Shane Newbold won the last four frames to give them a 5-3 victory.
Blossom Way All Stars took the shine off Cromwell Car Care when Daz Edwards, Brad Mowforth and Dono Want all won 2-0 and Ross Lowther shared with George Padley in a 7-1 thrashing.
Cue World Boys beat Road Runners 6-2 and their 2-0 winners were Lewis Sewell and Bradley Burrell. Mathew Lawton and Louis Kirk completed the scoring with a single apiece against Simon Timpson and Paul Salisbury.
Allotment Diggers also won 6-2 when Dwayne Kenyon, Craig Foster and Peter Robinson all won 2-0 in reply to a 2-0 from Ray Edmonds Jubilee's Terry Kerley.
Cromwell B and Cue World N had a fun night when all the players in the match won and lost a frame in a 4-4 draw.
Adrian Webster, Win Rose and Bernard Christy shared the first six frames with John Brocklesby, Pete Gibson and Mick Harrison before a last board 2-0 from George Emmitt gave Hasbeens a 5-3 victory against Standard B.
2-0 wins from Liam Cribb and Richard Jennings and a single from Wally Aisthorpe against Adam Board gave Power Rangers a 5-3 at Not Bottom. Phil Madin won the other two frames for the home team.
On behalf of the league, may I wish all our members a happy Christmas and a healthy New Year.
Just a reminder that on Saturday, December 29, a fun challenge night in aid of the Snooker Centenary will take place at the Ray Edmonds Snooker Centre. There will be all sorts of snooker and billiard games with a difference (time events, clear the colours, dodgy whites etc). For more details speak to Mick Chew, Alan Edmonds or Dave Webster. To assist the league with the centenary celebrations, we ask if any Club, Sponsor, Company or individual would kindly donate a bottle towards the prizes. This would be most appreciated.
Grimsby & District Snooker Singles League
Premier Section: West End A 3 Ray Edmonds A 5; Cue World 2 Webbonet 6; Clee Bowls X 4 Inspiration-Fireplaces 4; Cambridge H 1 Metshine Westlands 7; TR Carpets 5 Willows Sea Foods 3; MJ Decorators 1 West End C 7; Don Noble Bookmakers 5 Blossom Way B 3.
Section A: Standard A 4 Clee Cons B 4; Carr Lane D 2 Hainton B 6; S Austwick Garden Services 4 Clee Bowls A 4; Nats A 4 Ray Edmonds J 4; Cromwell A 4 Grimsby Police 4; TR Carpets A 2 Healing Mens 6; Hainton A 6 1 None Golfer 2; bye – Clee Bowls Police.
Section B: Jammie Dodgers 3 Healing Legion B 5; Grey N Balding 6 Clee Bowls D 2; Linden Snipers 4 Westlands A 4; GSN Westlands 7 Rapid Frames 1; Blossom Way A 3 Cromwell Rat Pack 5; Clark Self Drive 3 Nats B 5; Westlands Juniors 2 Linden Homes B 6; Clee Bowls C 4 South Bank Imo's 4.
Section C: Ray Edmonds S 4 Cabbies 4; Laceby Legion B 6 Cambridge C 2; Grimsby Police A 5 Cambridge D 3; TR Carpets B 3 Ray Edmonds N 5; Birds Eye A 1 Carr Lane E 7; bye – South Bank B.
Section D: Hasbeens 5 Standard B 3; Cromwell B 4 Cue World N 4; Not Bottom 3 Power Rangers 5; Cue World Boys 6 Road Runners 2; Ray Edmonds Z 5 Laceby Legion A 3; Allotment Diggers 6 Ray Edmonds Jubilee 2; Blossom Way All Stars 7 Cromwell Car Care 1.
Steve Neul 48, 46; Martyn Shaw 48; Lee Blanchard 45, 34; Andy Barry 45; Steve Crane 41, 36; Tony Aisthorpe 40, 34; Mark Leggett 37; Mark Wilkinson 36, 31; Mark Graves 36; Daz Stansfield 34; Alan Edmonds 32; Bradley Burrell 32; Phil Marshall 31, 30; Craig Taylor 30; Gary Wright 30; Nige Emmerson 30; Ted Foster 30.