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ACA is calling for expressions of interest for the 2020 Association Croquet World Championships. The event will be held at the Victorian Croquet Centre, Cairnlea, Melbourne, Victoria from Saturday, 15 February to Sunday, 23 February 2020. Click here to see … Continue reading
This Easter weekend Trevor and Claire Bassett will be joining a group of eager croquet players to raise funds for Royal Far West by participating in a 24 hour croquet challenge.These 24 hour challenges are fantastic events and help raise … Continue reading
For information on the AC World Championships being held in Victoria from the 9-23 Feb 2020, click here. More information will added over time.
Congratulations to Jeff Newcombe and Alan Sands of Como on winning the GC State Doubles. The runners-up were Torben Bak and Dorothy Bull (Forrest Park and York). Jeff’s win came in his first GC competition ever and follows his recent win in the Australian … Continue reading
Victoria won its 24th interstate AC competition, with NSW coming second for the 12th time. WA was 3rd, from Qld, Tas and then SA. All the results are on croquetscores.com. Tasmania had a credible result that with an ounce of … Continue reading
Congratulations to Jeff Newcombe (Como) on winning the Australian AC Men’s Singles. Jeff beat fellow West Australian, Peter Ross (Halls Head) at Nedlands Croquet Club. This is Jeff’s first major ACA event win since 2001 and the first time two … Continue reading
Congratulations to Alan Sands from Como on winning the AC Silver Medal in the ACA AC Gold Medal tournament held at Forrest Park. See croquetscores.com for all the match results.
The ACA AC Gold Medal event commenced today at Forrest Park with WA being represented by Alan Sands from Como. The Men’s and Women’s Singles start on Saturday the 16th March at a number of metro venues and the Eire … Continue reading
While on recent trip to NZ, a certain WA player caught the attention of the local media by being a little rough on the equipment. Click here for more on the breaking story!