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Pool tables at the leagues club?

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by eelcatcher, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. eelcatcher

    eelcatcher Active Member

    +115 /0
    G'day all,

    Its been a while since I've been in the leagues club (not since we beat warriors at Brookie earlier this season). I'm wanting to take some mates over to play a game of pool and I enver noticed this when I was at the league club. But are there any pool tables at the club, if so how much does it cost to play a game?
  2. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    ring them up and ask. 
  3. kingyfan

    kingyfan Member

    +5 /0
    Not 100% certain but I was told by someone who went to the club recently that the pool tables are no longer at the leagues club since Penn took over the whole of the first floor of the club.

    I think that the old pool room is now a meeting room?
  4. Mybludog

    Mybludog Active Member

    +57 /0
    they were still there when i was last there, about 2 mths ago.

    in the sports bar
  5. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

    +9,394 /402
    Walk in, past the fish tank (horrid looking thing !) straight ahead, up the stairs and continue on...they are there - red ones.

    $3 bucks a pop.

    I got turfed one night coz I beat a bloke who hadn't sunk one ball, so he dropped his drawers, did a lap of the table like your supposed to, an bammo.

    Actually, maybe that was me who dropped the drawers. I forget???
  6. vidmar

    vidmar Well-Known Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +278 /0
    Upstairs in the Lyons den - 2 tables
  7. Jatz Crackers

    Jatz Crackers Moderator Staff Member

    +1,476 /8
    Gee upville.
  8. eelcatcher

    eelcatcher Active Member

    +115 /0
    Bugger, I'm going to call tommorow to confirm that. 3$ a game sounds average though.
  9. Utility Player

    Utility Player Well-Known Member

    +514 /6
    Bugger, I'm going to call tommorow to confirm that. 3$ a game sounds average though.

    Plus youve gotta bring your own balls :)
  10. Chip and Chase

    Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +8,610 /80
    Blame Graham Lowe for this debacle. Would never have happened on Grant Mayer's watch
  11. The Eagle

    The Eagle Well-Known Member

    +480 /0
    Nah it was all Max,trying to MAXimise time on the tables
    Thank god our lord and saviour has gone *Obvious sarcasm is obvious*
  12. Matabele

    Matabele Well-Known Member

    +516 /14
  13. WAMF

    WAMF Well-Known Member

    +408 /0
    Well on the weekend, I saw a pool table that had a massive set of balls, bigger than mine, so I just kept walking.
  14. Rambofan

    Rambofan Member

    +12 /0
    The club is a dive with moron coconut headed bouncers .I was there on the grand final night and got turfed for being intoxicated,all because I was having fun talking to people in the smoking area.Had a bloke say"you have had enough to drink", then stood behind me for two hours.I had consumed four beers and was nowhere near pissed.As for the layout and decor....The bistro is the worst around(enough room for the lucky few who can get a seat) and overpriced.the upstairs tab/sports bar looks like something out of the 1970`s complete with lame deflated football in a disply case.

    You can have it...Im off to a club that at least gives a **** about its members and does not have the patients running the asylum..oh and the only employees that smile are the ones hoping for a tip.FAIL.
  15. ayjay007

    ayjay007 Well-Known Member

    +83 /0
    Myself and a few others can sympathise with you on the bouncer issue.Several of us have been "red carded".Some of it has been warranted,but mostly they're looking for something to do,I think.Ask JonesyV2 about it.He was turfed and was quite OK.Standing around with some supporters having a few beers.Thought that's what a footy club was for!
  16. Shoe1

    Shoe1 Well-Known Member

    +7,214 /106
    You guys must be obnoxious drunks. The club is good, it has pool tables, my young kids are welcome there, the bistro is ok and ordering the roast of the day won't disappoint. Go to a restaurant if you want gourmet, let's face it, it is a club, and it is no better or worse than most. Ps kids love the fishtank, and the display of merchandise is cool, and the premiership cup was displayed well in 2009, close enough to touch it.
  17. Rambofan

    Rambofan Member

    +12 /0

    You must not get out much.Note,Forster servicemens,Panthers,batemens Bay RSL.Now these clubs have decent decor and facilities.The old girl at Brookie looks VERY tired and the staff very emotional.The merchandise "Glass cabinet" is pathetic at best.Take a look at some of the other clubs around and you will see what I mean.And by all means ,compare the food and the attitude of staff.I love the club,but despise the clubhouse.

  18. Nthn NSW

    Nthn NSW Active Member

    +59 /0
    I've found the League's club to be a very poorly opererated club during my visits.
    Don't expect to be able to play a game of pool to late Eelcatcher,as the sports bar closes early,the lights turned off and the patrons hearded towards the poker machine area...

    The bistro food leaves alot to be desired..

    The attitude of some staff is pathetic.These sad employee's have as much personality as the empty schooner glasses they're paid to collect...

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