Croquet Victoria
Advancing Croquet in Victoria

South East Metro Croquet Association

Officers

Region Director
Janet Leckie-Brunton
03 5983 0110
janl-b @ bigpond . com

Region President
Terri Manwaring
0421486890
terri12 @ bigpond . com

Region Secretary
Elaine Travis
03 5982 0668
semcacroquet @ gmail . com

Region Treasurer
Pamela Mason
03 5975 3710
no email

All club contacts

Affiliated clubs

Frankston Croquet Club

Mornington Croquet Club

RNB Croquet Club

Sorrento Croquet Club

Rosebud Village Glen Croquet Club

West Rosebud Croquet Club

Belvedere Heritage Croquet Club


Constitution document

South East Metro Constitution



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South East Metro information

Meetings

SEMCA currently comprises of 7 clubs all on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula. Meetings are held bi-monthly. The AGM is held in May each year.Meeting venues rotate between all clubs.

SEMCA Challenge

The Region holds it's own Golf Croquet handicap doubles tournaments played over the season with an accumulative score giving the overall wining club.Games rotate between all clubs, giving a variety of surfaces and challenges to payers.This years winners were Frankston Croquet Club. SEASON 2019 - Round 1 Winners - Frankston, Helen O'Driscoll, Caroline Brown, George Crisp, Nigil Phillips. Runners-up - Mornington, Pam Mason, Joan Hayward, Ian Hill, Malcolm Hayward.


Egyptian Fun Day

SEMCA members are able to play in an"Egyptian " style day for Golf and Association singles players.This is a very social,fun day accompanied by a sausage sizzle at lunch time.The committee would like to thank Frankston CC for hosting this event.

The Metropolitan Shield

Frankston Croquet Club have once again entered a team in the level Play section of the Metro Shield this season.We wish them well.

Regional Finals

SEMCA once again had representatives in all 3 sections of the regional finals at Cairnlea in April. Congratulations to Tony Blackborrow, George Crisp and Geoff Hilton.Comments received from these players ranged from a "great weekend of croquet" to "Character building".