NEDCA win the Lefel Shield!
The Golf Croquet Regional competition for the Lefel Shield was held at Cairnlea over the weekend 13-14 March. Twelve regions entered teams of three players across three handicap divisions.
At the end of this competition, the winning region is the one that amasses the most hoops. This year, for the first time in the history of the Lefel Shield, victory went to the North East District Croquet Association.
Wimmera AC Singles played in all divisions
The WCA Association Singles Championships were held on Wednesday 10 April 2019.
Following a chilly start (before 8 am for some sections) the day warmed up as play went on.
Posted by: Kate Patrick
Posted on: 2019-04-22
News Type: Golf
Successful Western Metro GC doubles event over Easter weekend
Western Metro held its second annual Easter handicap doubles event at Cairnlea this weekend, again sponsored by the Pascoe Vale Community Bank who donated $800 towards prize money and refereeing.
The event attracted sixteen pairs in two events, from five metro clubs and six regional clubs.
Saturday was very warm and by the end of the day players were wilting. Sunday was overcast and very windy, and threatened rain, but play finished before the storm.
Most results were very close in both sections.
Full results are on Croquetscores.
It was good to see some new players having a go at competition.
Well done to tournament manager Ken Amoore, referees Shirley Hallinan Brian Rowe and Ian Matthews, and the support crews from Brunswick, Brimbank and Maribyrnong Park.
Trans-Tasman Challenge at Cairnlea
The second Golf Croquet Trans-Tasman Challenge, between Australia and New Zealand, starts at 8.30 am on Thursday 25 April. Spectators are welcome and admission is free.
The event comprises three one- and a half day tests ending around midday on Monday 29 April.
The second and third tests will be livestreamed via My Sport Live from 1 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) on Friday 26 April.
Gippsland Golf Croquet championships
The Gippsland GC Championships were held at the Bairnsdale Croquet Club last month. A field of 28 players contested the three Divisions over two days.
The four courts were each in first-class condition and many of the players enjoyed their first experience with Quadway hoops.