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Earlier news


Croquet goes live stream on Kayo Freebies

Croquet Victoria has today announced a new partnership with Australia’s leading sports streaming service, Kayo Sports, to stream major events in 2021 live and free.

The five biggest events of the year, starting with these weekend’s Croquet Australia Bronze Medal (Victoria), will be streamed live on Kayo Freebies. The winner of this weekend’s Bronze Medal will be Victoria’s representative in the Croquet Australia Gold Cup competition later in the year.



Updated Return to Croquet Guidelines

This update was circulated to clubs on 30 March and is now available for download.

The main new requirement is that clubs ask everyone attending to register their attendance via the State Government QR app, or an app which is compatible with it.


Current news

News Date: 2021-04-07
Posted by: Betty Etherton
Posted on: 2021-04-08
News Type: Golf

Wimmera Croquet Association 2021 Singles Golf Croquet Championships

On Wednesday 7 April 2021 Wimmera Croquet Association held their annual Golf Croquet Singles Championships competition at Horsham Croquet Club.

Lyn Creasy thanked all players for entering and Rae for organising the day.

In Division 1, 2 games were played by each entry and in Division 2 and 3, the best of 3 games was played.

Division 1    
Winner:       John Moar (2 games 14+ 10-, net+4)
Runner up:   Shirley Price (1 game 13+ 11-, net+2)

Division 2   
Winner:        Marg. Pope (2 games 18+ 17-, net +1)
Runner up:    Barry Dunn (1 game 17+ 19-, net-2)

Division 3   
Winner:        June Werner (2 games 16+ 17-, net-1)
Runner up:    Valmai Hood (1 game 17+ 16-, net+1)

Betty Etherton (W.C.A. publicity officer)


Later news


Inaugural Jean Rentoul Memorial tournament

Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 March brought the Inaugural battle for the Jean Rentoul Memorial to the Victorian Croquet Centre at Cairnlea – and it was really wonderful to be back playing again after COVID, especially at this great Centre that many of us have missed so much.

The Jean Rentoul Memorial is an Association Tournament for women with a handicap between 10 and 20 (sections 3 and 4), and what a lovely, fun group we had to kick off a busy return to competition at Cairnlea.