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Earlier news


Anzac Classic at Rich River

In lovely autumn weather Rich River held our Association Croquet Anzac Classic six day tournament. The courts were looking the best they have for years.  

Players came from Canberra, Yarrawonga, Ringwood, Wagga Wagga, Brunswick, Quarry Hill, Rich River, Essendon, Mooroopna, Bright and Brighton.



Gateball trophy comes home

A small but committed field competed in the Victorian Gateball Championships at the Victorian Croquet Centre over the weekend of 27-29 April.

As well as the Victorian teams, we had competitors from Canberra and, for the first time as a standalone team, the Woodville team from South Australia.


Current news

News Date: 2018-04-06
Posted by: Pat Wilsmore
Posted on: 2018-05-07
News Type: General

New court for Phillip Island Croquet Club

The sun was shining and there were smiles all round when the new court (lawn) was officially put into action at the Phillip Island Croquet Club recently.

It was a day to remember for club members and invited guests from the Shire – Mayor Pam Rothfield and Councillors Les Larke and Michael Whelan – when the ribbon was cut signifying a welcome addition to the club’s well-established facilities.

This new playing area now enables more rounds of croquet to be played at once.

In welcoming members and guests, club president John Swarbrick expressed the club’s delight in attaining this Council grant and in being able to provide extra playing space for its 45 members.

The game of croquet is gaining in strength and appeal to both men and women.

In cutting the ribbon and running the first hoop, Mayor Rothfield expressed her delight in enabling this development to be undertaken through shire funding and in supporting this local sporting club.

Pat Wilsmore
Secretary, Phillip Island Croquet Club


Later news


Sandringham Croquet Club Association Tournament

Our Association Tournament was held from Friday 4 May through to Sunday 6 May.

The weather ranged from challenging on Friday to perfect on Sunday.



Australian Golf Croquet Championships - singles and doubles

Cairnlea has been alive the past 10 days to the sound of croquet.  The Australian Golf Croquet Championships were off and running.  The doubles and singles were played in great spirit in a wide range of conditions.  

The enthusiasm of the players was well matched by their dedication in sometimes very inhospitable conditions.