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Advancing Croquet in Victoria


Earlier news


Sad tidings

Denise McMillen passed away Sunday morning, 5th June, 2022,  following a bout of ill health.

Denise was in her second term as president of Dimboola Croquet Club after three terms as secretary. Also she was the  outgoing secretary of Wimmera Croquet Association (WCA)  - six terms, following two terms as treasurer.



Live streamed croquet: the Australian GC Singles

The Victorian Croquet Centre is in the midst of hosting two major events.

The 2022 Australian Golf Croquet Open Doubles began on 7 May 2022, and the Singles began on 11 May 2022.

We are thrilled to be able to livestream the final three days of the Singles, from Friday 13 to Sunday 15 May 2022. Livestreaming will be from 10 am until 3 pm on each of the three days.

Please share this link with your colleagues and friends.


Current news

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Mildura Player Development 1st and 2nd June

Twelve players from Mildura and Red Cliffs enjoyed the first of three x  2 day development workshops at Mildura Croquet Club last week.

The coaching on all aspects of competitive play was informative with all participants learning the tactics side of golf croquet. All are looking forward to the next workshop in July. 


 Thanks must go to the coaches and Croquet Victoria for organising this.


Lorraine Powell

Mildura Croquet Club


Later news


Vale to Frank Creasey

Frank passed away peacefully at The Wimmera Base Hospital on Sunday June 12th, 2022. There will be a guard of honor given by the Horsham Croquet Club and all clubs are invited to join in, on Tuesday June 21st 11.00am at The Horsham Uniting Church.

Frank began playing croquet a few years after his wife Lyn. They have travelled around attending many tournaments and clubs in their "Croquet Years" together. Frank was a valued member of our club, he was so knowledgeable in many different aspects, always willing to help, mentor new players or even teach anyone who asked his opinion.



Croquet Victoria update

Croquet Victoria’s recent Annual General Meeting farewelled Jim Clement, who has served almost six years as President, and elected Kate Patrick to the chair. Stephen Forster was re-elected as Vice-President, and Claire Keating remains as Treasurer. Helen Worladge and Eileen Gough were endorsed as incoming members of the Committee of Management.

Many thanks to Sarina Cevaal-Hewitt for her six years of service as Secretary. No nominations were received for the Secretary position, which remains vacant. Nominations for the position are now being sought, for consideration at the August Council meeting. Information about the position is available from

At the Council meeting following the AGM, some new appointments were made and several members confirmed in their existing roles.