Snooker Room


It is for the use of members exclusively.

The Snooker Room may not be used by guest or children unless accompanied by the member who has signed the ledger at the bar.

The snooker table can only be booked by a member, spouse of a member or children of a member over the age of 18 years.


Opening Hours

Mondays to Fridays 11:30 - Midnight
Saturdays 11:00 - Midnight
Sundays & Public Holidays 09:00 - 23:30


Other Rules
  1. The snooker balls and the keys of the snooker room are kept in the Bar and are available on payment of deposit and the signature of a member. The snooker room must be locked again by the signing member when he leaves it on completion of his game. The deposit will be refunded when the equipment is returned in good condition to the Bar.
  2. Members are required to sign their names on the Registration Book and leave their Club membership cards at the Bar. NO CARD – NO GAME.
  3. Children under 16 years of age may not use the snooker room. Children over 16 years may play only when accompanied by a member of the Club. Members will be responsible for any damage caused by their guests or children.
  4. Only billiards, snooker, darts and recognized variations of these games may be played. Billiards Five and other violent and unorthodox games are strictly forbidden.
  5. Members using the snooker room should conduct themselves in a decorous manner.
  6. The condition of the table and all other items of Club property in the snooker room must be respected at all times.
  7. Damage to any item of Club property in the snooker room must be reported to the manager immediately. A penalty may be imposed on any member damaging the snooker room equipment.
  8. Members taking food and drinks into the snooker room should, in the interest of hygiene and room tidiness, remove all evidence of the fact when leaving the room.
  9. When the table is in use, other members wishing to play shall put their initials on the Registration Book. Members playing together may not book the table consecutively. The table may not be booked in advance except for Club competition games.
  10. Members failing to take their turn when the table becomes vacant shall have their names removed from the Registration Book except that a member without a partner or opponent to complete the required number of players, may book in the approved method and allow the next members in turn to play without prejudicing his own position on the Registration Book.
  11. Members may continue playing until the table is booked and, notwithstanding previous games, shall have the right to finish the game in hand.
  12. For the purpose of booking only, a game of billiards is defined as being complete when either player has a score of 100 on the board.
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