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Earlier news


Kew AC Tournament Divs 1 and 2

Kew Croquet Club held its Division 1 and 2 tournament this last week-end.

Unfortunately there was only one player for Division 1 so that division was cancelled.

In Division 2 there were six players, from Brighton, Corowa Civic (NSW, but affiliated with VCA), MCC and Kew.



Wimmera GC Doubles day at Kalimna Park

The Wimmera Croquet Association Golf Croquet Doubles Championships were played at Kalimna Park Croquet Club on Wednesday 20 February.

We welcomed six members who played from Casterton, they have only just joined our region.


Current news

News Date: 2019-03-10
Posted by: Jim Saunders
Posted on: 2019-03-22
News Type: Golf

Geelong GC Open

The annual Geelong GC Open Tournament was played over the Labour Day weekend at three venues in most pleasant conditions.

The competition was contested in great spirit and provided many close matches with the results certainly reflecting a tightly fought event.

Section 3 for handicaps in excess of 8 was played at Drysdale where the winner was Jenny Calwell (Drysdale) with 6 wins and 21 net hoops. Clint Chandler (Beaufort) was second with 5 wins and 22 net hoops just ahead of Denise Deller (Belmont) on 5 wins and 15 net hoops.

Jenny Calwell and Clint Chandler.
Pic: Dianne Wilson

Section 2 for handicaps 6 – 8 was played at Eastern Park where the first three placegetters all had 4 wins. Sue Colvin (Belmont) won with 10 net hoops from Ron Kennedy (Bairnsdale) on 7 net hoops and Wolfgang Klemenz (Belmont) was third on 3 net hoops.

Sue Colvin and Ron Kennedy.
Pic: Carol Bradburn

Section 1 for handicaps up to 5 was held at Belmont where a round robin of 19 point games was played. The players were very happy with this format whereby a smallish field was still able to get plenty of croquet over two days. Bob Roycroft (Eastern Park) won comfortably with 7 wins and 35 net hoops followed by Andre Daniel-Dreyfus (Williamstown) on 5 wins and 11 net hoops from Tony Pye (Eastern Park) on 4 wins and 15 net points.

Bob Roycroft with Jim Saunders (Tournament Organiser)
Pic: Anne Worland

Full results are on Croquetscores.

Grateful appreciation is extended to the many people who made the weekend possible, particularly the venue managers and referees.

Jim Saunders
Tournament Manager


Later news


Successful Country Week at Swan Hill

The Swan Hill Croquet Club was the superb venue for this year’s Country Week tournament.

A field of sixteen players enjoyed fantastic courts, excellent weather and great social activity. And let’s not forget the catering at lunch time and morning teas.



2019 Monash Annual Association Tournament

Despite the absence of Association players at Monash, the Annual Association Tournament, with the support of Monash Committee members, was played over consecutive Friday/Saturdays.

The weather was warmish but not uncomfortable.