Woking Snooker Centre keeps getting better and better, says Cuestars founder

Posted on: 23 May 2022

Last edited on: 23 May 2022

Woking Snooker Centre was the venue for the second Cuestars event, hosted this year – the first since before Christmas last year. 

After the Under-21s put on a show in December, it was time for the Seniors over 40 to shine on the green baize at Woking. 
More than 24 players turned up with players represented from a wide variety of clubs across the south, including some from the Byfleet local league in Surrey. 

John Hunter, who runs Cuestars said on his return to the venue

“Every time I visit this place, it gets better and better.”



Hunter, in his fifties, was referring to the new table lighting erected on at least ten tables, with another 7 new table lights due to go up in the next week. Players also commented on how the new lighting ‘opens’ up the venue since they have been erected.

The final of the event saw local Byfleet league star Paul Ganley play a 7 times Cuestars champion Dharminder Singh Lilly, who plays at Fareham Snooker Club in Hampshire. 



It was live-streamed via manager Peter Ruddick and the Woking Facebook page for those who couldn’t stay to see the climax of the event.

Pop down to Woking for a knock and discover the new lighting and brighten up your snooker experience in Surrey – now. 



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