Byfleet & District
Billiards & Snooker League


The Byfleet & District Billiards & Snooker League was founded in 1946 and has developed into a highly competitive league for players of all standards. We currently run 4 divisions of 8 teams for Snooker and 3 divisions of 8 teams for Billiards with over 300 players registered throughout.

The Snooker season runs from September through to February, with a number of knockout competitions running throughout. Billiards starts immediately after the Snooker has finished and runs until June.

We hope you can find what you're looking for in our website, whether you're a new player looking for a local league in which to play, a current player checking out the league tables, or just generally interested in Snooker. You are more than welcome to browse our site and if you have any comments or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thought of the season:
Practice like you've never won. Play like you've never lost

Latest News

December 15, 2017
The committee would like to wish all players and their families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thank you all for another great year of snooker and billiards.
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November 27, 2017
Many congratulations to Dan Martin of Knaphill W Mens who added his name to the players who have made century breaks in league matches. He knocked in an exact ton in the second frame game against Andy Darken of Chertsey SS. Amazingly at the same time Sunninghill's Paul Bunyard notched his third century of the season, this time against Andy Chauhan of Feltham. This is the second time this season that two centuries have been made at approximately the same time on the same night. Brilliant achievement from both players. This makes five centuries in the league following Sean Harveys for Staines. Will there be more....? Watch this space.
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November 21, 2017
Not league related however if you want to spend some of the long winter nights with your head in a book then you could do worse than read Ronnie O'Sullivans thrillers. The first in the series Framed was out a while ago and the latest Double Kiss has just been released. They follow the trials and tribulations of Frankie James a snooker club proprietor with gangster connections. I have read them both and recommend them highly. I should think that a great deal of the experiences in the book are things that Ronnie 'knows about' but they are both books that you can't put down. Put them on your Christmas list, you won't be disappointed. KJ
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November 7, 2017
Racks Maidenhead staged the inaugural London and Home Counties Inter league tournament on Saturday and Sunday 4th and 5th November. The Byfleet team got off to a bad start losing their first Round Robin match 5 - 3 against Thames Valley B despite scoring more points overall. This fired them up as they whitewashed Milton Keynes B 8 - 0 and edged out Eastbourne in their final group match 5 -3 to qualify for the semi finals as runners up in their group. On the Sunday they were up against the favourites Thames Valley A in their semi final and looked doomed after losing the first three frames. A spirited fightback winning the last five frames carried them into the final against a tough Oxford side who had defeated Thames Valley B in their semi final. The first four frames were shared before Ryan Mears and Paul Bunyard both won their matches to seal the match at 6 -2. A magnificent achievement against the best leagues in the area. Racks snooker have a website that has tournament details but in a nutshell these are our players records: Ryan Mears 9/10, Paul Bunyard 8/10 Matt Ford 4/8, Alan Harvey 3/6, Andrew Vernon 2/4, George Reeves 1/2. Many congratulations to Captain Paul Bunyard and all of the squad. You all played your part in a magnificent success for the Byfleet League.
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October 19, 2017
A summary of the highest breaks in the Byfleet Billiards and Snooker League follow:
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October 1, 2017
This seasons snooker tournaments have all been drawn and are on the competition pages. Please note closing dates for each rounds. They are quite generous so please arrange and play your matches within the time. If you feel that any handicaps are unfair then please email '' with your reasons and state your case. They will be reviewed but not necessarily amended. Good luck everyone. KJ
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