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A Great Summer BBQ (rain didn’t stop play)

A Great Summer BBQ (rain didn’t stop play)

Thanks if you came along to the Summer BBQ this last weekend – a great event. Some superb food supplied by Nathan Russell and great entertainment from Steel Explosion.

Here is a video which hopefully captures a flavour of the afternoon’s merriment.

 

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Come and watch Coral Welsh Open Snooker Champion 2017: Stuart Bingham

Come and watch Coral Welsh Open Snooker Champion 2017: Stuart Bingham

2015 world champion, World No. 2 and Coral Welsh Open Snooker Champion 2017 STUART BINGHAMOn 19th February Stuart Bingham beat Judd Trump 9-8 in a thrilling Coral Welsh Open final to win his first title since becoming World Champion 21 months ago.

The Cheyne Walk Club is pleased to have booked Stuart for this year’s annual snooker dinner on Friday 12th May. This popular event usually attracts a sell out crowd so is worth booking early – reserve your place now.

Source: http://www.worldsnooker.com/bingham-is-prince-of-wales

Professionals Announced For This Year’s Snooker Dinner

Professionals Announced For This Year’s Snooker Dinner

Hot of the press, the Cheyne Walk Club are proud to announce that the following snooker professionals have been confirmed for this year’s snooker dinner on 12th May:

Cheyne Walk Club Snooker Dinner 20172015 world champion, World No. 2 and Coral Welsh Open Champion 2017
STUART BINGHAM

World no. 16 and 2015 Shanghai masters champion (from Kettering)
KYREN WILSON

AFTER DINNER SPEECH AND COMPARE
1991 world champion and BBC pundit
JOHN PARROTT

And the ever popular lady referee from Scotland
MICHAELA TABB

TICKETS £55 including 3 course dinner

Demand is likely to be high for tickets, therefore early booking is advisable – reserve your place now.

Fashion Show Raises £1000

Fashion Show Raises £1000


We have got some excellent news about the money collected at the Voni Blu Fashion show held here a few weeks ago. Those who attended will remember the club being invaded by long legged creatures wearing incredible designer clothes from Voni Blu and parading on stage showing them off in all their glory.

The event made a substantial sum of money for Breast Cancer UK and we have just heard that our friends the Freemasons that they are boosting the sum collected up to amazing £1000. We look forward to holding more events like this especially for our Lady Members and would like to thank all those who supported this show.

May we also thank our Chef Nathan Russell (of My Health Hut) who provided amazing nibbles, Dave our Bar Manager and all the Committee Members who rolled up their sleeves and really mucked in to make the event the success it was.

Take a look at some of the fashion and beautiful models involved in this evening: 

Photos by JCD Photography.

Form a “Cue” For Steve Davis

Form a “Cue” For Steve Davis

Cheyne Walk Club - Steve DavisSparks may fly as the first break smashes through docile snooker balls on the green baize table at The Cheyne Walk Club.

This May 13th, renowned Snooker Champions Steve Davies and Dennis Taylor are once again drawing crowds to the Annual Snooker Club Dinner with an exciting Exhibition match.

Those who are lucky enough to reserve a ticket will witness a rerun of what fans say was the most famous snooker final ever, the Black-ball final of 1985!

Adam Finch, the club’s Chairman said, “Steve has been coming to The Cheyne Walk Club since the 1990s, but this will the first time we will have seen him play a re-run match with Dennis Taylor in our snooker room.   Michaela Tabb is our regular referee and I can sense that tensions will be high until the last ball is potted.”

Tickets are being reserved for Club members in the first instance at £55 for the main room and £45 and £35 for the smaller dining room. This includes a 3 course meal and Steve and Dennis talking about their past experiences in the game, as well as being able to watch the exhibition matches after the dinner.

The Cheyne Walk Club has seen the movers and shakers of Northampton play some of the greatest names in world snooker for decades, a fact that is supported by the many photos adorning the walls of the fully equipped snooker room, who knows, these legends may be looking down at possible budding Champions in the making.

The last word is from Steve Davis, he said, “I am really looking forward seeing old friends at the club and chatting to them over dinner, I always feel comfortable playing here, I’ve been coming here so long, it’s like coming home”.

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