The AC Trans-Tasmin tournament between Australia and New Zealand runs from the 23rd to the 28th April in Queensland. Follow all the results on croquetscores.com.
The Australian Croquet Association is calling for entries to the AC Patron’s Cup and the GC Nationals. More information is available on croquet-australia.com.au
Croquetwest will be hosting the following three ACA events during March 2019:
- AC Gold Medal (13-15 Mar 2019)
- AC Men’s & Women’s Singles (16-19 Mar)
- AC Eire Cup (20-24 Mar)
Click here for more information about the roles Croquetwest is trying to fill. Please consider helping out with these important national events.
The World Croquet Federation Over 50s Golf Croquet World Championships will be held in Egypt in October 2018. There will only be 48 places to be filled. ACA needs to nominate Australian Players by late March.
If you would like to compete then please send an expression of interest NOW to Croquet Australia.
Congratulations to Fleur Brockway on being the first woman to win the ACA GC President’s Eight. All the scores are on croquetscores.com
The President’s Eight is being played at Cairnlee in Victoria from the 16th to 18th Feb. WA is represented by 5 players, 3 of whom are in the first eight. Best of luck to all players. Follow all the match results on croquetscores.com.
Congratulations to Jeff Newcombe, who has made it through to the final 32 in the AC World Championships following the block round. Jeff has drawn fellow Australian, Greg Flethcher in the first round of the knockout phase. Jannine Hawker is the Plate Block F. The tournament is being held in New Zealand through to the 11th Feb. Follow all the games on croquetscores.com.
Croquetwest would like to congratulate Ben Brown from Gosnells Croquet Club on being awarded a scholarship for Golf Croquet by the Australian Croquet Association.
A number of under age competitions playing different forms of Golf Croquet has been added to the calendar at Nedlands Croquet Club on the 18th March. Click here for all the details.
The One Day Open Singles was won by Torben Bak (Forrest Park) defeating Ben Brown (Gosnells) in the final after both had won all their block games.
As the event had attracted a large entry, the Ladies (unless they chose to play the Open) had a separate event. This was won by Kerry Loane (East Fremantle) from Wendy Pritchard (Cambridge) with Jill Nottle (Narrogin) in third.
Nice to see a list of new names on the podium!