Debbie Lines: the new WCF Secretary-General
Debbie Lines has just succeeded Stephen Mulliner as Secretary-General of the World Croquet Federation.
Debbie Lines (nee Cornelius) grew up playing croquet from the age of six, taking up Association Croquet seriously when she was eighteen.
She won the Spencer Ell in 1988, the North of England Championship in 1995, reached the last eight of the World Championships in 1995 and in 1996 was part of the winning Great Britain MacRobertson Shield team.
Stephen Mulliner retires from WCF
After eight years as Secretary-General of the World Croquet Federation, Stephen Mulliner has retired from this position.
During his tenure, the WCF has taken responsibility for managing the Association Croquet Laws, the Golf Croquet Rules, and the world player rankings, as well as holding many successful championships.
Posted by: Kate Patrick
Posted on: 2021-09-16
News Type: General
Restrictions to ease for regional Victoria
From 11.59 pm on Thursday 9 September, COVID restrictions eased for most of regional Victoria - that is, apart from Greater Shepparton. No changes relevant to croquet for metro Melbourne.
Guidance from the Premier's office is that for most of regional Victoria:
Out of lockdown from 11.59 pm Wednesday 15 September: Shepparton.
Into lockdown from 11.59 pm Wednesday 15 September: Ballarat.
Into lockdown from 6 pm Thursday 16 September: Albury.
Lockdowns to ease a little...
The Premier has announced some easing of the lockdown restrictions in metro Melbourne and Ballarat, from 11.59 pm on 17 September, including:
VicSport has arranged a briefing for state sporting associations on the updated Restricted Activity Directions which were released on Saturday 18 September. More detail may follow this briefing, scheduled for Tuesday 21 September.