Sport & Sub-Clubs


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Monday Evenings
– Social Chess from 7pm
– Tournaments from 7.30pm – entries taken between 7 – 7.30pm

Who can play
To play in our tournaments players must hold the following annual memberships:
– Canterbury Chess Club membership
– Canterbury Bulldogs Leagues Club membership
– At least associate membership of the NSW Chess Association

Juniors under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and must be a member of either the NSWJCL (NSW Junior Chess League) or the NSWCA.

For more information, please contact Alexandre Merhi on  9584 8121 or 0417 284 783.


Australian Shuffleboard

Fun and healthy entertainment for everyone.

Come learn to play the addictive and easy indoor sport from The Lakemba Legends Shuffleboard Club.


Every Tuesday 1-3pm

For more information, please contact Helen Meredyth on 0467 173 713.


We will be having a 2 week break over the Christmas period.

Last Shuffleboard play: Tuesday 19 Dec.

No Shuffleboard on Tuesday 26 Dec and Tuesday 2 Jan.

Return to play: Tuesday 9 January 2024.


Come test your skillful hand at one of the oldest board games in history. Members of the Backgammon Club are a lively bunch and always welcome new members into their ranks.


The Lakemba Club
26 Quigg St, Lakemba, NSW 2195


Thursdays – From 6pm

For additional information contact:
Aris Patikas
Ph: 0403 000 910

Lakemba Services Social Club


There are approximately 120 members of the Social Club and they participate in assisting the local community by encouraging participation in activities, particularly targeting the aged and vulnerable.

Membership to the Lakemba Services Social Club is open to anyone wanting to join up – it costs $5 to sign up and new members must also be members of Canterbury League Club. The Social Club hosts two functions each year as well as an annual group outing for its members to mingle with each other.

Members who are interested in joining the Lakemba Services Social Club can do so by calling The Lakemba Club on 9751 5888.

Lakemba RSL Sub-Branch


The role of the Lakemba RSL Sub-Branch is to provide support to ex-servicemen and women of the Lakemba area. The sub-branch meets every second Tuesday of the second month to discuss any updates or changes to government policies that affect veterans and exchange information that is useful for ex-service personnel needing help.

Aside from that, the Sub-Branch also hosts a number of official functions that commemorate veterans including Anzac Day, Anzac Sunday, and Remembrance Day.

For more information about the Lakemba RSL Sub-Branch, call The Lakemba Club on 9751 5888.

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