Croquet Victoria
Advancing Croquet in Victoria


Earlier news


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



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.


Current news

News Date: 2021-11-15
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Posted on: 2021-11-24
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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.

The relevant documents are:

6th Ed public consultation_Introductory Statement
6th Ed public consultation_Rules
6th Ed public consultation_Comparison with 5th Edition
6th Ed public consultation_Consultation Questions

Comments on the Draft are welcomed from all interested parties and should be made via your Governing Body or its Golf Croquet Rules Committee.

The Consultation Period ends on 15 January 2022 and it is hoped that the final form of the 6th Edition will be in place by early next year.


Later news


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. 



COVID rules relaxed further

The most recent directions provided by the Victorian Chief Health Officer relax most of the rules applying to croquet, though those attending clubs must still register using the Government QR code. For detail, see the updated Return to Croquet guidelines.

There is still a distinction between social play and community sport.