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Snooker

Snooker was played in many venues from Municipal Hall to Working Men's Clubs and on small and large tables. Although there were many cups and other awards, the culmination of the competitive year was the Burnley Express Golden Cue Competition which was introduced in 1968.
League Is Becoming More Popular League Is Becoming More Popular Most Exciting Knock-Out Yet Most Exciting Knock-Out Yet Bob Catlow Is Again Champion Bob Catlow Is Again Champion Padiham Unity Win Memorial Cup Padiham Unity Win Memorial Cup Record Crowd Watch Ken Win Match Record Crowd Watch Ken Win Match Legions night is a prize effort Legions night is a prize effort Catlow For The Golden Cue Finals Record Breaking Snooker Team Cookson And Fort First In Golden Cue Finals Cookson And Fort First In Golden Cue Finals Golden Cue Semi-Final Draw Made Dance Raises Funds For League Willie hands out snooker awards Large Crowds At Top Match Top Game Attracts 200 Fans Golden Cue Handicap St John Ambulance Snooker Victories For Catlow And Cookson Appreciation For Stewards' Efforts Centenary Break-Off Thriller Of A Final For The Billy King Snooker Cup Scratch Players Dismissed In Golden Cue Shocks Five Golds for Bob.(6 of 6) Five Golds for Bob.(5 of 6) Five Golds for Bob.(4 of 6) Five Golds for Bob. (3 of 6) Five golds for Bob (2 of 6) Five Golds for Bob. (1 of 6) Break Of 36 Leads In Golden Cue Golden Cue Draw And Venues Take Four Hours Vokes Sports Club Presentations Retired Colliers Enjoy Dinner Bob's Super 50 start (2 of 2) Bob's Super 50 start (1 of 2) Prizemoney Pooled To Purchase Club Trophy The New Sporting Trophy Bob Became A Snooker King - By Accident Bob Became A Snooker King - By Accident New Works Sports Chairman Presides At His First Event Catlow Is In Grand Final Once Again (1 of 2) Catlow Is In Grand Final Once Again (2 of 2) Vic Wipes Out Arrears To Win Cue Vic Storms Into Grand Final (3 of 3) Vic Storms Into Grand Final (2 of 3)
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