DOVER DEAL & DISTRICT
BAR BILLIARDS LEAGUE


 

We hire out traditional oak/mahogany (not modern mdf look-a-like) Bar Billiard tables to pubs in the Dover, Sandwich and Canterbury triangle on a pure profit share basis, no flat rental. All league proceeds are ploughed back into the league. There are no entry fees for entering competitions. Interested in this fine game that so many people 'Used To Play'and takes up so little space in a pub?? then ring Chris Saville on 01304 372867.


Alma 2002More terrible news in that John Mitchell was found dead at his home after being taken ill. News of this has only just reached me and the funeral has just taken place. In the picture John (right) was a part of the all conquering Alma team who were national champs in 2002.





Ricky Cowdrey
Sadly I have to report the passing of Ricky Cowdrey of the Alma 'B'. Ricky was an ever popular figure in our league and a past seniors indivivdual champion. Ever present in the league for most of its almost fifty years he will be sadly missed. Our thougths are with the family at this sad time.
 

Latest News 2019

Nov 3rd Knockouts Underway

 

Dates For Your Diary

Next committee meeting Thurs Jan 16th 2020

 

Our League

Did you used to play Bar Billiards and are feeling nostalgic? Have you seen our, now unusual, game in a pub and wondered what it would be like to play? Several of our teams are desperate for new players! We play singles and pairs and our break restricted pairs format will mean that everyone has a chance and no-one will be disgraced. Still interested? contact the League Competition Secretary by email Click Here Help us to keep this wonderful traditional old pub game going! We own our tables, there are no entry fees and all proceeds are ploughed back into the league.



 

Presentation Night 2019 At The Alma



The trophies you have been playing for all year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Red Cow and their impressive haul of trophies after completing the treble "treble". Left to right, Chris Saville, Tim Bourner, Neville Potts and Wack Sampson.