Do you live around the Belmont area? Need something to do? If so, a new croquet club has opened at the Belmont Park Tennis Club, Robinson Ave Cloverdale. Why not come along, have a go, and let the stressors of the world fade away whilst playing croquet.
It is a fun, non-contact game, played in the fresh air amongst very sociable people.
Playing times are Wednesday and Thursday Morning 9am to 12 noon. (with a cuppa in between games). First 3 games are free so come along and enjoy croquet. If play is required on another day, let us know.Contact: Caryll firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Caryll on 0408 511 765.
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Would you like to have a Team Building Day at a Croquet Club? Have a meeting, enjoy some light refreshments/lunch, and have a go at playing croquet. Then you are on the right website. We have 11 croquet clubs in the Perth metro area and 12 in regional centres, all with club houses and catering facilities.
So why not come and join many corporate companies and businesses who enjoy playing social croquet.
With no skill required and equipment provided, it’s a great way to bring colleagues together for a fun experience. For further information please contact the Secretary, Caryll Marshall: email email@example.com or phone Caryll on 0408 511 765.
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The complete re-write of all national accreditation courses has been completed and approved by SportAUS. This means that all aspiring new coaches and current coaches requiring re-accreditation may soon be able to undertake the course.
Unfortunately, the National Coaching Director is at present not able to schedule a visit to WA to introduce the course due to Covid19 travel restrictions. Hopefully this will change in the near future, but in the meantime, all qualified coaches are still qualified, and aspiring coaches, please be patient.
Congratulations to Martin Clarke, representing Gosnells, on winning both the GC and AC Champion of Champions on consecutive weekends (he also achieved this in 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2016).
Martin also won the McBride Trophy for the AC Champion City Player. Alan Sands (Como) was the runner up. Eric Ayling (York) won the Thorogood trophy for the AC Champion Country Player from John Jury representing Moorabinda.
In the GC Champion of Champions, Brett McHardy (Forrest Park) won the Champion City Player award, with Martin Clarke being the runner-up. Paul Christmass (Geraldton) won the Champion Country Player award. from Gary Phipps of Moorabinda.
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For the beginning of the season 2020-21, the Match Committee has released a partial calendar covering the period Oct 1 to Dec 31 2020. This is in reply to the unusual COVID situation we find ourselves in. Some events for that period are postponed ones from the current calendar and some the usual annually scheduled events.
The situation particularly at ACA and Interstate level is changing frequently, thus this may continue to affect the new calendar. Players should check the website frequently for changes.
The balance of next seasons calendar is at first draft stage and will be circulated to Clubs and Committees for comment soon.
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