Croquet Victoria
Advancing Croquet in Victoria


Earlier news


Wimmera Region celebrates Christmas in style

The Wimmera Croquet Christmas Social function was held on Wednesday 11 December at Horsham Croquet Club.

Thirty-six players enjoyed four hi/lo games with different partners each game.



Glorious competition at Vic Handicap titles

The Victorian Golf Croquet Handicap Doubles and Singles ran at Cairnlea from Friday 6 December to Sunday 8 December.

The Doubles saw two days of fierce competition between 10 teams with handicaps ranging from -2 right through to 11. All teams took home several wins and even the weather got warmer as the competition heated up. We welcomed an interstate competitor in Georgie Carnegie. It was a pleasure to have her and we hope to see Georgie making the trip south again soon.


Current news

News Date: 2019-12-24
Posted by: Gareth Bushill
Posted on: 2019-12-24
News Type: General

Club Public Liability Insurance Certificates are now available for download from the website.

If your club participates in the ACA insurance scheme, you can get a copy of your certificate by following the instructions.

To download your club insurance certificate as a PDF

  • visit your club page
  • type your club password to go to "Manage My Club"
  • press the "Get Insurance Certificate" button.

If you encounter any problems, please email the webmaster.


Later news


Keenly contested Vic AC Doubles

The Victorian Open Doubles Championship was keenly contested at Cairnlea on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 December. 

A smaller than usual entry (not surprising with a number of players electing not to come to Cairnlea twice in such a short time with the World Championships coming up!), but the contest was close and some excellent croquet was displayed by the players.



Welcome to Croquet in 2020 

New Year’s Day was the final day of the Victorian Association Croquet Championships.

We had everything – extreme heat being the most significant event.  Play was suspended on Monday due to the oppressive conditions.  This put pressure on the schedule for the event but the players’ co-operation to start early and finish late on subsequent days was much appreciated.