DARTS – RAISED OCHE & SCOREBOARD
Halifax Snooker has the best dart board in town.
Halifax Snooker Club has got the best dart board in town. The area is large and fully enclosed with seating and a table for drinks. We have a raised oche approx 2m wide and there is an electronic scoreboard to side. Furthermore there is also a direct phone linked to bar to purchase food and drink orders, so you dont even have to leave the board. There is a small charge (coin-op) for the lights, £1 for 1 hour, or 20p for 15mins.
Our American Pool Tables have moved!
Our American Pool Tables Have Moved!
A brand new purpose built room which can be accessed directly from Halifax Snooker Club or Electric Bowl. It also boasts 2 golf and multi-sport simulators, incorporating a fully licensed bar with food and drinks served to your table. Let the good times roll!..
Junior coaching every Thursday
Junior Coaching Every Thursday
Our sessions are hosted by John Ingleby. A professional coach and referee. They start at 4pm every Thursday, when John will teach the basics of the game to interested juniors. Learn the rules and etiquette of this great game, as well as how to improve your stance and cueing action from a true gentleman of the snooker world. Did you also know that John is the inventor of the ball marker referees use when cleaning the cue ball, or when they check to see if a ball can be re-spotted correctly.
Coaching costs just £1 per session which is returned in trophies at our regular junior competitions. Table time is provided free of charge by Halifax Snooker Club.
Please call us on 01422360913 for more information or email us at [email protected]
Stan Moody – Future Looks Bright
The 11 year old young potting machine from Halifax is a member here, and has been playing the game for only a few years now. Halifax Snooker Club spotted his natural talent and sheer love and dedication for game, so we decided to sponsor his cause on becoming a future snooker professional. Our members clearly know when he is in the club playing, because they can hear the sweet sound of snooker balls slamming into the middle of the pockets. Watch this 137 total clearance at line-up. He averaged only 9.5 seconds per shot, which is probably quicker than most players take to chalk their cues.