X-men slammed as Clee Cons A continue march
CLEE Bowls X suffered a second consecutive slam when they visited neighbours Clee Cons A in the Premier Section of the Roy Ling Mutual Grimsby Snooker Singles League.
In a match featuring five breaks over 50, John Parker led the way for the Cons with a 92 clearance.
Gary Skipworth hit a 65 and a 62, Steve Donner knocked in a 63 and Karl Krajnyak followed these with a 61 as they all won 2-0.
Champions Webbonet also racked up eight when Paul Metcalf, with an 85 break, Paul Clark, Mick Ponsonby and Nige Emmerson all won 2-0 against Cambridge H.
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Three teams ran in 7-1 wins, with perhaps the most surprising of these coming at Willows Sea Foods where newly-promoted Ray Edmonds Enigma's would be well-pleased with their victory.
Darren Potter, Alan Brown and Liam Oswin were their 2-0 winners with Luke Maddison scoring a single against slam-saver Richard Smith.
Joint leaders Ray Edmonds A, with 2-0s coming from Alan Edmonds, Jamie Richardson and Lee Plant, plus a single from John Ashford-Smith, got their seven against Don Noble Bookmakers, for whom Ian Sadler saved the slam.
Lee Blanchard won the only frame for Inspirations Fireplaces, against TR Carpets' Mark Graves. Ashley Wright, Scott Templeman and Ian Crosby collected the remaining frames for the Carpets.
Andrew Warner won the first two frames for West End C at Metshine Westlands, but Mick Thornton replied for the home team in a 4-4 draw.
West End A also drew 4-4 at home against Cue World when Steve Green won the last two frames for them after John Cribb had scored two for the visitors.
Cromwell A shot into a 6-0 lead at Hainton B in Section A when Ian Taylor, Keith Tomlinson and Jase Lawton all won 2-0, but Chris Taylor stopped the rot when winning the last two frames for the home side in a 6-2 defeat.
Father and Son John and Mark Ilbrey won the last four frames for Nats A at Standard to seal a 6-2 victory. Earlier, Dave Burton and Steve Austin shared with home players Phil Scanlan and Daz Hare.
Another team to win six were Steve Austwick Garden Services when Cameron Dunlop, Steve Austwick and Pete Mitchell all won two in response to a 2-0 from Carr Lane D's Mark Leggett.
Ray Edmonds J rammed seven past Clee Bowls Police as Andy Smith, Nige Otter and Steve Ellis all won 2-0 and Daz Kaveney shared with Kev Brompton.
In a game of two halves, Mick Chew and Dave Ashmore put Clee Bowls A four to the good at home against T.R. Carpets A but Dave Morley and Kev North won the last four frames for the visitors in a four-all draw.
An opening 2-0 from Paul Codd was cancelled out straight away with a 2-0 from Ian Dannatt as Grimsby Police drew 4-4 with Hainton A.
Yet another four-four score line saw Bill Altoft win both his frames for Healing Mens only to see Phil Watts do likewise for 1 None Golfer.
Healing Legion B struggled to a 5-3 win at Linden Homes B in Section B when after Danny Reynolds put them 2-0 up, Daz Braithwaite levelled for the home team. In the end, a 2-0 from Simon Lidgard and a single from Alex Burnett against John Baker gave them the victory.
Cromwell Rat Pack hit Clee Bowls C for six when Mick Greenhalgh and Dave Bass both won two and Ryan Johnstone and Sean Carlisle shared with Harry Crampin and Harry Putland.
An opening four frame salvo from Keith Board and Chris Yull and singles from Stu Wilkinson and Mike Newham against Mick Reed and Tony Potter gave Nats B a 6-2 against South Bank Imo's.
A 2-0 from Phil Marshall and singles from Mike Caborn, Gary Avison and Tony Pearce led Grey N Balding to a 5-3 victory against Linden Homes Snipers. Danny Hargreaves, Tom Kerley and Alan Goodhand won the frames for the Snipers.
G.S.N. Westlands went into a 3-1 lead at Jammie Dodgers when Ted Foster won both his frames and John Morton scored a single against Chris Dunham. They couldn't hang on however, as John Anderson and Craig Hatfield won the last four frames for the home team in a 5-3 victory.
Len Rodgers won 2-0 for Rapid Frames but that was all they could muster as Lee and Steve Neul, and Jack Bradshaw all won two for Westlands Juniors in a 6-2 victory.
Mark Rimmer and Mick Gowen both won 2-0 and Mike Clark won a single as Clark Self Drive won 5-3 at Westlands A. Scoring for the Wessies were Alec Cowie with a single and Byron Hatfield who won both his frames.
Ray Edmonds N clocked up another good win in Section C when seeing off Carr Lane E 6-2. Mark Smith and Jase Sanders were their 2-0 winners with Anthony Hepton and Richard Grant chipping in with singles against Mike Gollings and Terry Bird.
A single from Tom Walker against Roger Smith and 2-0's from John Phillipson and Martin Dowling gave Cambridge D a 5-3 at home against Birds Eye A. Brian West won the 2-0 for the visitors.
2-0's from Carl Salah and Dan Webster together with singles from Andy Fletcher and Marc Phillips against Andy Stocks and Nick Masters gave Re-Generation K a 6-2 against Ray Edmonds S.
Grimsby Police A were given a thorough examination at Birds Eye B when Steven Grayson shared with Mark Tarttelin and Simon Douglas won both his frames for the home team. In the end, 2-0's from Kev Ferguson and Sandy Young saw the Coppers to a 5-3 victory.
A first board 2-0 from Ian Singleton was cancelled out by a 2-0 from Jamie Smith as Cabbies shared the spoils with T.R. Carpets B in a 4-4 draw.
Andy Widgery and Craig Allerston both won two and Pete Tacey won a single against Ben Chisnall as Cambridge C beat South Bank B 5-3. Matt Paterson won the other 2-0 for the Bankers.
With the exception of Ray Edmonds Z, who won 7-1 at Power Rangers, the rest of the results in Section D were all pretty close run affairs. Shane Newbold, Paul Brett Jnr and Craig Smith all won 2-0 for the Edmonds team whilst Richard Jennings saved the slam for the Rangers with a single against Paul Brett Snr.
Leaders Standard B won 5-3 at Ray Edmonds Jubilee when Dave Rushby and Mick Harrison both won two and Pete Gibson shared with Jim Drury. Jam McKeon won the last two frames for Jubilee.
Mick Bird won both his frames for Cromwell B against Not Bottom and Keith Fuller, Brian Broomhead and Jim Bird shared with John Cook, Phil Madin and Matty Board in a 5-3 victory.
2-0 wins from Lewis Sewell and Brad Burrell and a single from Mathew Lawton against Marc Hicks gave Cue World Boys a 5-3 at Cromwell Car Care. James Wooton was the 2-0 winner for Car Care.
A 2-0 from Daz Edwards was equalled by a 2-0 from Terry Littlefair as Cue World N came back to draw 4-4 with Blossom Way All Stars.
Andrew Kenningale and Keith Fountain both won two and Paul Salisbury scored a single against Dave Evans as Road Runners won 5-3 at Laceby Legion A. Mark Furneux was the 2-0 winner for the Legion.