Four lane, even with two players, extra lane used for thousand marker in breaks.
Wall mounted for permanent installation as it's difficult for scorer to reach far end of scoreboard when on back of table. Where wall mounting is not practicable then back of table, but must be able to open the table.
One of a batch I made which are of a popular design.
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Hi Alan, Wall mounted are more popular, with two lugs to fit around protruding countersunk screws. Incorporating as part of the backboard is a nice idea, but impractical for League use, as some tables are fitted into a small room with spectators "outside looking in" and everyone likes to have a view of the scoreboard.
For some reason most tables rented out in Sussex seem to have a 2-lane scoreboard to go with them, but other counties use 4-lane scoreboards which I must admit that I prefer: Lanes 2 and 4 can then be used to mark the thousands in a progressive break.
Producing a scoreboard with four lanes for just two players does seem to be a luxury, but they are clearer to view from a distance and you should find that aficionados will be willing to pay +/- £70 for a smart one.
Edit - Sav got there first - LOL - but the message seems to be the same