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Finals Day! 7 close matches completed – pictured is the Golf Doubles at the start of game 3. This went to the Golden Hoop. pic.twitter.com/zbJtlJsga3 — Tunbridge Wells Croquet Club (@CroquetWells) September 9, 2019
We managed to complete seven finals in splendid weather on Finals Day with only the Golf High Bisquers. Golf New Players and Miriam Reader Association Doubles outstanding. See our 2019 Competitions page for full competition details. Thanks, as usual, to … Continue reading
Barney came second in the Area Final for the CA All England handicap event held at Surbiton last weekend, so qualifies for the Final being held at Hunstanton this weekend. John Knight from Reigate was the winner. Unfortunately this means … Continue reading
Not our best performance, but not too badly either! 13th and 17th out of 22 in the Doubles, with 3 wins, 4 losses and one halved. 6th and 20th in the Singles with 9 wins, 12 losses and 3 halved. … Continue reading
We’ve now run four one day Introduction to Croquet Courses this year, with 32 people attending. Thanks to John Greenwood, Alex Jardine and Barney Lewis for helping me on one or more of these. The new member count isn’t in … Continue reading
Our local and national press coverage pages have been updated with the items related to the recent WCF Simon Carter Golf Croquet World Championship.
This is our final dispatch from the 2019 WCF Simon Carter Golf Croquet World Championship held at the Compton, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Sussex County and West Worthing Croquet Clubs. The organising team would like to thank the players and everyone … Continue reading
HRH the Duke of Gloucester opened the tournament on Friday 26th July, with a parade by the players and officials with country and WCF flags preceded by a Jazz band. He was introduced to may of the players and then … Continue reading
Ben Rothman wins the WCF Golf Croquet World Championship 7-5, 2-7, 3-7, 7-6, 7-5 pic.twitter.com/0HPRAhcEV4 — Tunbridge Wells Croquet Club (@CroquetWells) August 5, 2019
There are times when you do need a tape measure in Croquet! #gcwc19 @CroquetEngland pic.twitter.com/6h6EDzbiC5 — Tunbridge Wells Croquet Club (@CroquetWells) August 4, 2019