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Advancing Croquet in Victoria


Earlier news


Sunny day for Wimmera CA season opening

On Wednesday 14 August President Lyn Creasey welcomed 24 players from three different clubs in the Wimmera to play Golf Croquet at the Horsham Croquet Club for the opening of Wimmera’s 2019-2020 season.



Coaching: news flash

Ruth Duffy, Vic Coordinator Coaching, writes:

Dear Members

As of July 2019 ACA has appointed a new National Director of Coaching, Mr Greg Bury.

All further accreditation of coaches in Australia has been postponed until further notice. This is so a review and update of golf and association coaching manuals and levels can be undertaken and at a later date Ricochet and Gateball.


Current news

News Date: 2019-07-24
Posted by: Sue Elliott
Posted on: 2019-08-18
News Type: General

Croquet for Cancer

Sue Elliott and George Harris, of Morwell Croquet Club, were pleased to be able to present a cheque for $500 to Megan Hecker at the Gippsland Cancer Care Centre recently. Megan is the Nurse Unit Manager of the Chemotherapy Unit.

This cheque, along with one for $550 donated in March, was the proceeds from last year’s Melbourne Cup Day, donations from Latrobe City Council staff during their eight week inter-office challenge and Latrobe City Council for hosting their staff.

From left: George Harris, Megan Hecker, Sue Elliott

Morwell Croquet Club has been supporting the Cancer Centre for a number of years now and it was interesting to learn that the total amount donated has now reached over $7,500.

A huge thank you to all those who have helped us to achieve this.

Without their continued support, this would not have been possible.

Sue Elliott
Morwell CC


Later news


Season opening at Horsham Croquet Club

The running of the first hoop opening our 2019 - 2020 season was performed by Sunil Bhalla from the Horsham Rural City Council.

Over 40 members from Dimboola, Kalimna Park and Horsham Croquet clubs attended.



Second Selectors GC Invitation, 2019

The Second Selectors Invitation Tournament was held at Cairnlea over the weekend of 24 and 25 August. It was run over two days with 30 players competing in four round robin blocks of 19 point games.

Entry was by way of invitation and these were issued to a range of established and rapidly developing players. It was really pleasing to have a player under the age of 21 in the field.