We are the State Sporting Association responsible for croquet across Victoria and Southern New South Wales.
Established on 18 June 1914 as the Victorian Croquet Association, we trade as Croquet Victoria.
Under our current rules, we lead and develop croquet in Victoria by coordinating and supporting Association Croquet, Golf Croquet, Ricochet and Gateball, played in 91 clubs across 13 regional associations.
Visiting the Victorian Croquet Centre
The Victorian Croquet Centre, our headquarters, is the perfect venue for
your event. It is available for hire to
Corporations, Businesses, Community Groups, Individuals and Family Groups
for events with or without croquet.
The purpose-built facility in Cairnlea, in the western suburbs of Melbourne,
features 12 full size courts and a state-of-the-art pavilion. The
function area seats 200, with a licensed bar and a commercial kitchen, and
overlooks manicured grass courts.
Enquiries and Bookings [brimbankevents.com.au]
Here is a map [google.com] of all the clubs in Victoria.
To find and contact a club near you, use the Club Finder
The 2017 Victorian Eire Cup Team competed in Hobart from 22-26 March. The team won all their test matches against the other five states and regained the Eire Cup for Victoria.
Stephen Forster, Gail Hopkins, Kerri-Ann Organ, Elaine Coverdale, Robert Fletcher, Tricia Devlin, Rod Kirk, Malcolm Fletcher.
Australia won the MacRobertson Shield on 4 May 2017, for the first time since 1935.
Back row: Pete Landrebe (manager), Simon Hockey, Robert Fletcher, Malcolm Fletcher, Greg Fletcher.
Front row: Stephen Forster, Ian Dumergue.
Vic AC Singles Day Four - Fletcher vs Fletcher
The play in the final between Robert and Malcolm Fletcher highlighted the demands on players at this level. A critical miss can easily see a game slip away from a player.
The final was played as a best of 5.
Robert took the first game with Malcolm hitting back hard in the second. The small band of spectators were thrilled to see such long and accurate hitting. The ball placement of both players was superb. The result really got down to which brother could hit more long lift shots.
Vic AC Singles Day Three - Moving Day
Today was moving day - from the round robin to the knockout stage, the Y competition, and the start of the Plate event.
The four quarter finals were best of three, but they were all decided after two games.
Malcolm Fletcher beat Callum Hyland, Kevin Beard won over Dwayne McCormick, Robert Fletcher beat his brother Greg and Simon Hockey beat Edward Wilson.
These results set up intriguing semi-finals, with Robert playing Simon and Malcolm matched against Kevin.
Vic AC Singles Day Two - great croquet, surprise results
The Victorian Open Singles Championships continued at VCC today.
We were able to complete most of the games in the Round Robin and decide the finalists.
Vic AC Singles - Day One
A great start to the Victorian Open Singles Championship at Cairnlea. Seven Victorians are competing along with eleven of the best players from the other states - WA, SA, Queensland, NSW and Tasmania.
The first four rounds of the two blocks were played today. We were treated to four sextuple peels, two each by Malcolm and Robert Fletcher (Lismore). In addition to these there were 16 triple peels.
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