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Earlier news


Wimmera GC Pennant final

The grand final of the Wimmera GC Pennant was played on 26 November at Kalimna Park Croquet Club, between Horsham Banksia and Dimboola Green.

Horsham Banksia 10 games 87 hoops defeated Dimboola Green 4 games 72 hoops.




Strong demand for croquet in Whittlesea

Whittlesea's Positive Ageing Team received over 100 enquiries and 90 bookings for a "Let's Play Croquet" morning at Mernda Retirement Village recently.

This was an initiative by the Positive Ageing Team and the Manager of the Stockland, Mernda Retirement Village, who approached Peter Forster, Barbara Vaughan and Heather Hyatt about having a “Let’s Play Croquet” morning to coincide with Seniors Month – October.


Current news

News Date: 2018-12-12
Posted by: Betty Etherton
Posted on: 2018-12-19
News Type: Golf

Wimmera winds up 2018

The Wimmera Croquet Association Christmas Social Day was played at Horsham Croquet Club on Wednesday 12 December.

Thirty players from Wimmera clubs enjoyed four games of golf croquet.

Some of the players at the event

Winners and runners up were:

Division 1
Winner Frank Creasey (Horsham)
Runner up Kevin Geyer (Horsham Kalimna Park)

Division 2
Winner Robyn Devlin (Horsham)
Runner up Robyn Goodwin (Warracknabeal)

Division 3
Winner Jean Wray (Horsham)
Runner up Jan Post (Dimboola)


A BBQ and salads dinner was enjoyed by all.


Later news


Victorian Open AC Doubles

The Victorian Open AC Doubles Championship was played at VCC over the Christmas/New Year break.  Due to the work being done on the courts at Cairnlea we were restricted to 5 courts and thus had to advise players of the limitations.

We ended up with a small, but quality-laden field of 9 pairs.  The top seeds were Greg and Malcolm Fletcher (Ballarat Alexandra) in one block and Robert Fletcher and Callum Hyland (Ballarat Alexandra / Sandy Bay) in the other.



Victorian Open AC Singles

This year's AC Open Singles attracted quality players from across Australia, and every state was represented in the finals.

Entry numbers were limited to 20 and most play was double banked, as we had access to only five courts - the other seven courts at the VCC are being refurbished.