The Byfleet League

   
 
 

A Surrey Snooker and Billiards League for clubs within a 15 miles radius of Byfleet.

The league was founded in 1946 as The Byfleet & District Billiards & Snooker League. It has developed into a highly competitive league for players of all standards.

We currently run 3 divisions of Snooker and 3 divisions of Billiards for around 200 registered players. The Snooker season runs from September and is followed by a season of 14 weeks for Billiards.

Take a look around, we hope you like what you see. Feel free to give us feedback by email to kelvin@byfleetleague.co.uk

Thought of the season:
TRY TO DO SOMETHING SIMPLE WHEN YOU HAVE A DIFFICULT SHOT

Latest News

thumbLITTLE KNOWN BILLIARDS RULE - DEFINITION AND EXPLANATION
April 15, 2022
I have been asked to post the rule in billiards regarding 'Consecutive Hazards'. A 'Hazard' being any scoring shot that does not include a cannon. A maximum of 15 hazards in a row may be played (which can include potting the opponents white) after which a cannon is needed to continue the break. Importantly after 10 such hazards the referee should announce '10 hazards' meaning that the player only has 5 more. If the referee fails to announce this after 10 hazards then the player has 5 more hazards from the moment it is announced. Upon achieving the maximum hazards the player must play a cannon if the opponents ball is on the table or a non scoring shot if it isn't. If the maximum number of consecutive hazards is exceeded it is deemed to be a foul. Two points penalty and their opponent can have the balls spotted.
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thumbPRESENTATION EVENING AT CHERTSEY SS & NR CLUB 1st JULY
March 22, 2022
Thank you to everyone who voted in the recent survey. The outcome is that Chertsey SS will stage this years Awards Evening on Friday July 1st starting at 7.45pm. We will be awarding prizes for the now completed 2019-2020 snooker season as well as this seasons snooker and billiards winners. The voting was extremely close with Chertsey polling 49% of the votes West Byfleet 45% and others 6%.
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