Croquet Victoria
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Earlier news


Updated Return to Play guidelines for croquet in Victoria

Croquet Victoria has released updated Return to Play guidelines for croquet players in Victoria.

The guidelines take account of recently published Sport and Recreation Victoria updated Return to Play guidance. This provides detail on the COVID-19 restrictions applying to sport and recreation in Victoria, with separate sections for metropolitan Melbourne (where all sporting clubs are closed) and regional Victoria (where both play and competition are allowed for non-contact sports such as croquet).

The SRV guidance clarifies that state sporting associations are to set participation limits for sporting competitions, depending on the minimum number required for the competition. This number includes players and essential officials such as referees and coaches, but not onlookers. 



Horsham: a COVID-normal season opening

Horsham Croquet Club members were so pleased to be back playing competition again. It was a most enjoyable day with 23 members in attendance. The weather was rather warm, fortunately the clouds helped us out as many worked up a sweat especially wearing the masks.


Current news

News Date: 2020-10-09
Posted by: Ruth Duffy
Posted on: 2020-10-09
News Type: General


Everyone is invited to the National launch of the Australian Croquet Academy hosted by Greg Bury.

This special event will take place online on Friday the 16th of October at 11am AEDT.

11am New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria.
8am Western Australia
10.30am South Australia
10am Queensland

To take part please email ACA Executive Officer, Rob Murray ( as soon as possible. You will then be sent a meeting invitation which will include joining instructions.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Megan Fardon
ACA Chair


Later news


GVCA vs NEDCA Challenge Match

On Monday 5 October Shepparton Croquet Club was the scene for the very first Inaugural Golf Croquet Interregional Challenge match.

The match brought together the best of the best players from both the Goulburn Valley and also the North East of Victoria.



Good news coming for Metro clubs

Under eased restrictions announced by Premier Daniel Andrews today, non-contact sports grounds in Melbourne are being allowed to re-open, but there have been mixed messages about access to clubhouses.

Croquet Victoria will update the Return to Croquet guidelines following a VicSport / DHHS / SRV briefing on this tomorrow.

Clubs are asked to wait on these guidelines (and consult their local authority) before returning to play.