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.
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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.
It is with great sadness that we learn about the closure of Cessnock Ex-Services Club. The Cessnock Ex-Services Snooker Club has been a fixture of Newcastle Snooker Billiards and Snooker competitions since 1963 winning their first of many shields in 1964 and the then President, Bert Agland described the Cessnock Ex-Services Snooker team as “one of the stronger teams”.
Since I first played in NDBSA Competitions in 1989 the Cessnock Ex-Services Club has continued to field consistently dominant snooker teams.
The NDBSA sends its’ deepest condolences to those effected by the closure, not only snooker players but staff and patrons.
The 2017 Newcastle Open has switched it’s venue to Belmont 16′ Sailing Club 18th November and Wangi Worker’s Club 18th & 19th November. Apologies for the very short notice.
The SGM was held at Kahibah Sports Club last night and attended by approx 30 members. The outcome was as follows…
- The $50 annual fee will stay.
- The trial format of playing a rotational frame by frame for finals won’t proceed.
Thanks to all members that attended and had input.
(Special General Meeting)
will be held on
Thursday 11th May 2017
Time: 7pm (start)
Venue: Kahibah Sports Club
Items for discussion and voting on:
- 1. The trial format for the 2017 Tony Tamplin Shield be abolished.
- 2. The annual membership fee be reduced to $30.
- 3. Section 8(2) of the NDBSA Constitution regarding payment of annual fees.
Please encourage all members to attend
The 2016/17 Lightning Billiards Grand Final will be between Toronto Worker’s Club and the Kahibah King-pins on Monday the 3rd of April 7pm at the Wangi Worker’s Club. Good luck to both teams and, as always, spectators most welcome.