About the Darlington Point Club
- Monday 12 noon to 8pm
- Tuesday 12 noon to 8pm
- Wednesday 12 noon to 11pm
- Thursday 12 noon to 11pm
- Friday 12 noon to 11pm
- Saturday 10am to 11pm
- Sunday 10am to 9pm
Annual Reports for the Darlington Point Sports Club can be accessed below, they are available in PDF format for download.
The Darlington Point Sports Club Annual Reports for 2019 can be accessed below:
2016-2017 Report Now available through the following link. .Annual Report 2016-2017
The Darlington Point Sports Club Annual Report for 2016 can be accessed below.
Darlington Point Club History
The bowling green was constructed under the guidance of the green keeper from Griffith Exie’s and was built using voluntary labour from start to finish in 1961. The bowling green was being used regularly and money was raised to build a club house. A professional green keeper was appointed in 1963. So finally a club house was built, and bowls was being played and a green keeper in place, however they could not sell alcohol. The 3rd application for a liquor license was heard at the Narrandera Court. The club had to make sure they had 100 members present. The magistrates conferred and said “The manner in which this club has presented its three hearings has been outstanding and the tenacity of its members is to be admired. We hereby grant the application for a liquor license”. Finally the Club had permission to sell alcohol.
Being a licensed club, they were now entitled to have poker machines. Ron Spence had purchased three Ainsworth second hand sixpenny machines from Coffs Harbour for 10 pound each. They were then traded in for three new Ainsworth machines for $100 each.
At first the club did not hire a manager, and committee members took it in turns behind the bar. However this changed and in 1962 and Tom Hartman was the first manager, and the club are now up to their 16th manager. Tom Finley was the clubs first President and we are up to the 23rd President of the Darlington Point Club in 2017.