O’Sullivans Snooker Club was established in the early 1980’s by Tony Clarkson. He opened it under his surname, calling the club Clarksons Leisure. Since then it has been owned by a few others such as Dereck & Sandy Lowers, who took over the club in the 1990’s. They were in control for over 10 years, until they sold it on to Clive O’Sullivan in approximately 2002, who accordingly & quite cleverly, renamed it after his family, O’Sullivans Snooker. Hence its current name. After 3 years, the O’Sullivans left for pastures new, & sold the business on to David Coley in around 2005. After 5 years of trading, the Coley’s moved on & the club was then purchased by its current owner, World Professional Snooker Player, Jimmy Robertson in 2010 until present, & is now named, O’Sullivans Snooker & Pool Club.

The club has 11 Full Size Snooker Tables, including 5 Match Tables 2 of those tables, being Professional Star Tables, with under slate heating, steel block cushions, overhead tournament lighting & professional match cloths. The club boasts 2 World Professional Snooker Players, Mark Davis who is currently ranked at 57th in the world & proprietor, Jimmy Robertson who is currently ranked at number 49 in the world.

There are 5 Superb 8 Ball Supreme Match pool tables, 2 in the bar and 3 in a separate pool room. There are also 3 large Plasma TV’s in the snooker hall to watch sporting events along with 3 plasma TV’s, & music in the bar as well as the normal Gaming machines & 2 TV’s in the Pool room.

The club has 3 snooker teams in the local snooker league, pool teams in the local pool league & 1 darts team in the local league. We also run our own in-house Black Ball pool money league, every Wednesday night.

We also hold functions in the bar area for meetings, parties, up to 60 people, & various other entertainments.
De-La-Warr Pavillion
Based on the beautiful South East Coast of  England, in Bexhill-On-Sea, East Sussex, (Some call Windy Hill), the quiet town/resort, with its lovely clean pebble beaches, & famed for ‘The first ever Motor Race’ in the United kingdom, in 1902,  The Art-Deco, ‘De-La-Warr Pavillion’, built in 1935, & for some of its famous residents, such as the inventor of the Television, ‘John Logie Baird’, Comedian, ‘Eddie Izzard’,  Fanny Craddock’, British Open Golf Champion in 1951, ‘Max Faulkner’,  James Bonds ‘Q’, ‘ Desmond Llewelyn’,  ‘Graham Norton’ once had a beach house in Cooden. ‘Spike Milligan’ was stationed here during the war, & last but not least, & quite appropriate,  snookers whispering ‘Ted Lowe’ resided here before his death in 2011.