When the Gatehouse Community Centre was refurbished in 2010, one of the old school classrooms was earmarked for use as a snooker room.

Willie McKie was instrumental in starting the Snooker Club and was its chairman from 2010 until his death in April 2018.     Here is our tribute to Willie

Potential new members

can download and complete a Membership Application Form
and /or email Graham Wright to discuss things.

2019 Snooker Handicap Competition

Latest Scores


Scores last updated on: Friday, 18 October, 2019.

Previous Year's Competitions

          2019 Club Championship                              2019 Billiards Competition

          2018 Club Championship                              2018 Billiards Competition                                      2018 Snooker Handicap

          2017 Club Championship                              2017 Billiards : League    Knockout                        2017 Handicap Snooker

          2016 Club Championship                              2016 Billiards Competition                                      2016 Handicap League

          2015 Club Championship                                                                                                                      2015 Handicap League

          2014 Club Championship                                                                                                                      2014 Handicap League

When the snooker club first started we experimented with an annual ladder competition. Then we introduced handicaps that have been refined each year. In the snooker handicap competitions, the player with the highest handicap starts with the difference in handicaps between the two players, whilst his opponent starts from zero. In the billiards competitions (which are only played on a handicap basis) we have always played such that the first to 125 points wins. Since 2017, players in the billiards games have each started from their handicap level (to avoid games lasting too long !).

The 2018 match between Gatehouse and Kirkcudbright resulted in a win for Kirkcudbright by 12 points to 8. This was the 4th victory for Kirkcudbright in the 5 years the competition has taken place. On behalf of the Kirkcudbright team, Paul Tebay receives the Selkirk Shield from John Morton of Gatehouse.

The recorded scores should read : Kirkcudbright won 8 - 2 at Kirkcudbright, Gatehouse won 6 - 4 at Gatehouse, with the overall score being 12 - 8 to Kirkcudbright.

Our next match against Kirkcudbright is on Sunday 1st December 2019

Our next AGM is on Tuesday 21st January 2020 at 7:30pm


AGM mins Competitions  
15th February 2019 9th AGM 2018 Competitions
23rd March 2018 8th AGM 2017 Competitions
13th January 2017 7th AGM 2016 Competitions
8th January 2016 6th AGM 2015 Competitions
9h January 2015 5th AGM  
10th January 2014 4th AGM  
11th January 2013 3rd AGM  
20th January 2012 2nd AGM  
28th November 2010 1st AGM  

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