Since 1960, Gwersyllt Sports & Social Club has been home to some of the best snooker and pool players in Wales, and we continue that great tradition today. Learn more about the sports available at the Club below, and how you can get involved.
Gwersyllt Sports & Social Club (formerly Gwersyllt Working Mens Club) formed their first snooker team in 1960, and has had at least one team—sometime three—in the league ever since. The Club is home to one of the best tables in the region, attracting high-quality players from all over Wales.
The Club has seen many successful seasons over the 57 years, winning both the league and main cups on numerous occasions. Kerrie Jones of Gwersyllt has represented the local league for many years, and won the Senior Individual title in 2015/16 for a record 14th time. Last season (2016/17), Kerrie hit the highest break of 112, and is still going strong!
The Club has also been used as the home venue for the North Wales Team, representing in the North East Wales Cup. This competition includes a wide range of teams from all over Wales... the North Wales Team even won the Cup a few years ago!
The Club has had two snooker teams and over 8 years, and they play in the Wrexham Amateur RBF Snooker League. You can find out more about this league on their Facebook Page.
Gwersyllt Sports & Social Club's bar area, complete with jukebox and wide-screen TV, also has two top-quality pool tables.
The Club hold numerous charity events, along with both League and County pool tournaments, and they have had two teams for many years, playing on a Wednesday and Sunday night.
In the recently-ended season, the Sunday Team recently finished as runners-up in the Sunday League, and the Wednesday Teams finished first and second in the Wednesday League, and won both the League Cup and Super Cup!
More information on these leagues can be found on the Wrexham Pool Leagues Facebook Page.
The Club also has two County Teams that play once-a-month: WXM Union, playing in the Premier Division; and Wrexham Gwersyllt, currently top of Division 3. You can see all the teams, fixtures and results by clicking here, and more information on the teams can be found on the NWPA - North Wales Open Tournament Facebook Page.
Finally, the Club has a team that plays in the Invitation League on a Tuesday, knockout and merit competitions are held throughout the year, presentations evenings, and a Singles League (named Champions League of Pool), is due to start very soon!
The Club has excellent facilities for playing darts. The dart board is located in our main bar area, along with the snooker and pool tables, adding to the sporting and competitive atmosphere!
How to get involved...
If you would like to get involved in the snooker or pool teams, or would just like to see what's available for yourself, come down to the Club one evening; there's always someone around who can tell you all about it!
Alternatively, take a look at our Events page and come down during a tournament to see what it's like.