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Table Tennis, Snooker and Darts

SnookerRoomThe clubhouse provides a comfortable, spacious bar and TV lounge and provides a great backdrop to the excellent facilities. New comfortable chairs and tables purchased in October 2018.

Bowls and Tennis are the main activities at Bounds Green but we do have a number of other sporting activities going on. As a tennis or bowls or social member you are welcome to join in any of these activities.


We have two full size snooker tables in their own room. An annual snooker championship is played. Cues are available, but you are welcome to bring your own. The snooker table lights are on a meter.

Table Tennis

There are two tables that can be used whenever the main hall is free. We also have social sessions during autumn/winter, including an informal mixed doubles tournament.

If you have someone to play with, then you can play as a social member. However, if you are a player of league standard, we have teams in the North Middlesex League. In the winter 2019-2020 season, we have three teams in the League – one in the Premier division, one in the 2nd division and one in the 3rd division. Our home matches take place on a Monday night for our 1st and 3rd teams and Friday night for our 2nd team.

Please contact John Miller on 020 8364 9605 if you are interested in joining the teams.


Dartboard available in the main hall

For Social Activities

The Club holds a number of dinner dances, discos, quiz nights, race nights and other social events including charity days. Look out for posters up in the clubhouse, an email update or a blog post on this website.

On the first Wednesday in every month October to February there is a board and card games night in the bar from 6pm, and the well stocked games cupboard behind the bar is available any evening, ask the bar staff.

How to become a social member

We’re always happy to see social members join the Club. If you are interested in joining the Club please contact Michael Dawson on 07982 432147 or email

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