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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.
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) Vic Storms Into Grand Final (1 of 3) St. George Won't Complain, Surely! This  Was Bob's Day. (4 of 4) St. George Won't Complain, Surely! This  Was Bob's Day.(3 of 4) St. George Won't Complain, Surely! This  Was Bob's Day. (2 of 4) St. George Won't Complain, Surely! This  Was Bob's Day. (1 of 4) Bob Wins, Now for 'Chico' Pool and darts winners Burnley Area Champion Is Golden Cue Winner Burnley Area Champion Is Golden Cue Winner Bob Catlow Qualifies For Grand Final Of Golden Cue Champion Colin - youngest ever Champion Colin - youngest ever Sunday School Billiards and Snooker League Presentations A touch of Snooker Nostalgia The Great Survivors Keighley Green Club (3 OF 4) Ted sets a hot pace in semi-final (3 of 3) Ted sets a hot pace in semi-final (2 of 3) Ted sets a hot pace in semi-final (1 of 3) Still A Man s World at Fulledge but Joyce is in charge.(2 of 4) Gee, Coombe in cue semi-finals Ted Breaks In For Semi-Final ( 3 of 3) Ted Breaks In For Semi-Final ( 2 of 3) Ted Breaks In For Semi-Final (1 of 3) Ighten Mount Win Billy King Memorial Cup
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