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Who has a pool view?

Think you’re cool at pool? Are you a king with a cue? Or maybe you’re the perfect potter?
If so, then the Murrayfield Sports Bar wants to hear from you.
The bar is looking to relaunch its popular Tuesday evening pool league and names of those interested in competing are are now being taken.
A registration fee will apply but all entry monies brought in will be made available in a prize fund. A variety of cash prizes will be up for grabs so if you fancy trying to pocket a few quid, get in touch as soon as possible to register.
More information is available from members of staff.
The popular capital venue is already host to the Edinburgh Darts Association, whose Premier League and Edinburgh League Cup competitions have been proving hugely popular.

Carling Open

Darts players from across the Lothians and Fife will be battling for a £400 jackpot at the inaugural Carling Open this weekend.
The tournament on Saturday, October 29 has attracted a capacity field to the Murrayfield Sports Bar.
Staged in association with the Edinburgh Darts Association, demand to play in the first event of its kind was huge with competitors quick to register for one of the 64 spaces available.
The action gets under way with the first arrows thrown at 1pm.
EDA secretary Iain Lyon said: “With a full field of players, there is a prize pot of £900 up for grabs.
“We’re really looking forward to what will be a cracking day of competitive darts. This is the first Carling Open to be staged at the Murrayfield Sports Bar and once again underlines the venue as the No. 1 place for darts in Edinburgh.”

Backing the Gorgie boys

The Murrayfield Sports Bar is delighted to announce its continued sponsorship of Heart of Midlothian Football Club for the current SPFL campaign.
It’s the fourth season in a row the busy hostelry has backed the Jambos, with packages ranging from pitch-side advertising to LED boards, match sponsorships and sponsoring the matchday programme.
Just a corner kick from Tynecastle Stadium, the bar is proving hugely popular with families on match days.
Youngsters can enjoy a secure outdoor children’s play area featuring pool tables, table tennis and giant TV screens, although it’s also a big hit with mums and dads!
With nearly 20 TV screens, the bar also shows all the big games screened live by Sky Sports or BT Sport in addition to any live games featuring the Heart and Soul of Edinburgh!
The Murrayfield Sports Bar is the place to be for all Jambos – before and after games – so why not make a point of popping in to enjoy Gorgie’s No. 1 fun, family sports bar?
Hope to see you soon!


Super day in aid of SiMBA

Organisers of the Cameron and Kyle White Memorial Darts Competition declared the day a resounding success, with more than £1000 being raised for the Simpson’s Memory Box Appeal.

Staged at the Murrayfield Sports Bar on Saturday, the fifth annual hosting of the event attracted tremendous support from the local community as vital funds were brought in for such a worthy cause.
Gary Gullan defeated Mark Dickson in the final, and promptly handed back his winnings to boost the SiMBA coffers.
“It was a terrific gesture from Mark,” said organiser Alan White.
“He said he was here to raise money rather than win any.
“This was the fifth year we have staged the memorial event and I think it’s fair to say it was the most enjoyable one we have had.”
Special auction items included a pair of signed goalkeeper gloves from former Hearts and Rangers No. 1 Alexander, a signed and worn snooker Premier League top donated by world No. 1 Mark Selby and a signed top from double world darts champion Gary Anderson.
The ‘Flying Scotsman’s’ sought-after top attracted a top bid of £425 from Stuart Pratt, who promptly presented it to Brenda Hunter as thank-you for the help she gives the Edinburgh Darts Association on a Monday night in the sports bar.
“The auction went really well and we also had some great raffle prizes but I don’t think we would have managed to get most of them donated without the tremendous work put in by Brenda and Elliot Hunter,” added Alan.
“The gesture from Stuart was one of the moments of the day and had a few people close to tears.”
Winner Gary is pictured with Alan.

Billy at the double

Billy ‘the kid’ Stenhouse once again proved his class with the cue as he captured the Murrayfield Sports Bar’s Premier League Pool title.
Billy looked on course to relinquish his crown but staged a fine comeback in the final to edge a nine-frame thriller against Davy Mitchell 5-4.
The victory means he has now won both league tournaments staged at the bar, having come out on top in the inaugural contest some months ago.
Davy was able to cushion the blow by picking up his second purse of the night when he won the killer.
Organisers have been pleased at the response to the new competition and plans are well under way to have the third one up and running shortly.
Anyone keen to have a go can pop into the bar and ask for more registration information.
Photographed is champ Billy (right) with organiser Kieran Shishodia.


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