Croquet Victoria
Advancing Croquet in Victoria


Earlier news


First Player Development workshop

Elwood Croquet Club had the pleasure of hosting a two-day workshop for Novice Competitors in Association Croquet, on the weekend of 6 and 7 November.

These dates were the first of six days that will be spread out over the following four months.

Fifteen participants from various clubs had expert coaching from Stephen Forster, a level 4 coach in Association Croquet who was ably assisted by Kevin Beard with his equally wonderful expertise.



Play opens up for double vaccinated members

Under the current Victorian Government directions, double vaccination is now opening up opportunities to play. This applies across Victoria, with no distinction between Melbourne and the regions. Croquet Victoria strongly encourages all members who are able to be vaccinated to do so.

See the updated Return to Croquet guidelines for detail.

If all players are double vaccinated or medically exempt, courts and clubhouses are now open. Numbers allowed are:

  • Outdoors: up to 500, subject to the density quotient of 1 person per 2 m2
  • Indoors: numbers are restricted only by the density quotient of 1 person per 4 m2

No-one may participate in social play who is not double vaxxed or medically exempt (noting that children under 16 are excepted).

Clubs are expected to arrange for someone to act as a COVID check-in marshal for each playing session. This role involves checking members' vaccination status and use of the QR code every time they attend to play (there is no requirement to keep a record).

Clubs are also expected to monitor the vaccination status of their employees and volunteers. Anyone who works for a club (paid or unpaid) is now required to have had one vaccination, and to have their second vaccination by 26 November. A form for recording this information has been sent to club secretaries and is available on this website.


Current news

News Date: 2021-11-15
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Posted on: 2021-11-15
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Amir Ramsis Naguib is inducted into the WCF Hall of Fame

It is announced with great pleasure that  Amir Ramsis Naguib has been inducted into the WCF Hall of Fame.

Amir has been a driving force in the development of Golf Croquet, both for Egypt and globally. He was President of the WCF for eight years, retiring in 2019 and continues to serve on the Management Committee


The importance of the work he has done over several decades, maintaining and developing Egyptian croquet and supporting croquet worldwide, cannot be overstated. 

He is one of the most influential national and global administrators in the history of croquet. I am sure you will all join me in congratulating him as he is inducted into the WCF Hall of Fame.


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Later news


GC Rules 6th Edition – Consultation Draft published

The WCF Golf Croquet Rules Committee has published a Consultation Draft of the proposed 6th Edition of the WCF Rules of Golf Croquet.



Unusual Victorian Association Croquet Men’s Championship

With only three entries for the Victorian AC Women’s Championship, the event was abandoned for this year.  However, the women that did enter wanted to play croquet, so they were included in the field of the Men’s Championship and acquitted themselves well.

The event was held at the Victorian Croquet Centre on 20-21 November 2021 and was televised as a ‘Freebie’ on Kayo.