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North Eastern Croquet Association


Region Director
Maurice Cevaal-Hewitt
02 6025 3060
regionaldirectornedca @ gmail . com

Region President
Sharon Jackson
no email

Region Secretary
Kathy Maloney
0407 506 328
secretarynedca @ gmail . com

Region Treasurer
Dianne Barnett
03 5762 2971
no email

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Affiliated clubs

Albury Croquet Club

Beechworth Croquet Club

Benalla Croquet Club

Bright Croquet Club

Cobram Croquet Club

Wangaratta Croquet Club

Wodonga Croquet Club

Yarrawonga Croquet Club

Corowa Civic Croquet Club

Howlong Golf Resort Croquet Club

Twin City Croquet Club

Walla Walla Croquet Club

Constitution document

North Eastern Constitution

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North Eastern information

NEDCA wins Lefel Shield

Victorian 2019 Golf Croquet Regionals. Won by NEDCA, for the first time in the history of the Lefel Shield. Team members were: Division 1 - Chas Quinn (Yarrawonga Croquet Club) Division 2 - Geoff Bath (Benalla) Division 3 - Christine Dackham Blay (Benalla). Referees Terry Wilson (Wangaratta) and Maurice Cevaal-Hewitt (Twin City Croquet Club Inc).

Ricochet Referees accredited

Congratulations to NEDCA members Terry Wilson (Wangaratta), Ruth Duffy (Corowa Civic), Maurice Cevaal-Hewitt and Sarina Cevaal-Hewitt (Twin City)who were accredited as Ricochet Referees in July 2018. Pictured L to R: Sarina Cevaal-Hewitt, Maurice Cevaal-Hewitt, Examiner Margaret-Rose Thompson and Ruth Duffy.

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NEDCA AC Country Regionals

2019 Association roquet Country Regionals were hosted by Swan Hill. Division 1: Kevin Beard (Yarrawonga Croquet Club) came second. Division 2: Ruth Duffy (Corowa Civic Croquet Club Inc.)came second. Ruth moved up to this Division to complete the full complement of NEDCA players, allowing Cheryl O'Dwyer to play in Division 3. Division 3: Cheryl O'Dwyer (Yarrawonga Croquet Club) came third (on nett hoops) Division 4: Kathie Maloney (Bright) came third. NEDCA came second to Geelong in overall aggregate hoops and Kathie Maloney (Bright) was award the Player with the Most Potential (Division 4).

AC Country Regionals Player wi

Kathie Maloney (Bright) who represented the NEDCA Region in Division 4 at the recent Association #Croquet Country Regionals at Swan Hill as awarded the trophy for the Player with the Most Potential.