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Cessnock Snooker are proud to announce that they have successfully relocated to the East Cessnock Bowling Club for all home games from tomorrow. The NDBSA would like to formally welcome the East Cessnock Bowling Club to our list of sporting venues and hope to have a long and successful relationship. All Cessnock Snooker home games will be at the new venue from tomorrow. When visiting this facility please try the restaurant and facilities – you won’t be disappointed.
Mingara Snooker & Billiard Club and the Greater Western Snooker Circuit are proud to present the 15th Annual ‘Double Trouble’ handicap doubles snooker tournament. Previous years have been well represented by the Hunter with the 2017 winners, Ian Olson and Gary Roberts triumphant over a field of 92 players. Hopefully, the Hunter region again will enter in good numbers with the possibility of it again returning to Newcastle. Click here for details.
Snooker and Billiards competition will have a short break over the Christmas/New Year period and will return on the:
3rd January – 6-red Summer Snooker
4th January – Rex Smith Over 50s
8th January – Lightning Billiards
TBA – Premier League
The NDBSA Committee would like to thank everyone for a great 2017 and look for to the year ahead. Be safe over the holidays and see you in the New Year.
Congratulations to Wangi Workers Club who defeated Cessnock Snooker 2-1 in the Grand Final of the 2017 Premier League. Thanks to Belmont 16′ Sailing Club for allowing us to hold the Grand Final at their venue and the NDBSA Committee who provided markers for the matches. Well done to Rob Elsley who took out the season high break with a 104.
The Cessnock Snooker Club will have a chance to defend their title when they come up against their last grand final opponents, and this seasons minor premiers, the Wangi Workers Club. The Grand Final will be held at the Belmont 16′ Sailing Club this Thursday, the 7th December at 7pm. Good luck to both teams and, as always, spectators most welcome.