Croquet champs in swing

March 15, 2017

Kyabram Croquet Club members have played off for the club championships over the past few weeks.

KYABRAM Croquet Club members have played off for the club championships over the past few weeks. The winners have qualified for a place in the GVCA Championships shortly.

Shepparton CC will host association croquet on March 28 and 29, while Rich River will host golf croquet on Thursday, April 6.

Spectators are welcome at both venues. Come and see the best of the GVCA in play.

The golf croquet section two winner was Cameron Kelly with a 2/0 win over Rayleen McDonald, this was Cameron’s first year in this section.

While in section 3 Sue Agosta just beat Margaret Sullivan, 2/1, in a close match.

Unfortunately there was not a play off in association croquet, due to injury but even so Helen Hastie will still be eligible to represent the KCC.

The twilight event on March 9 was again another perfect night for croquet.

Aussie was played for the first round followed by two games of golf, and many of us took a bit of time adjusting to the different way of play.

The ‘Peg awards’ for this week were as follows: – Jane Cox – Much Improved., Robbin Jansen – Best Touch, Ted Hazelman – Showing great skill (even managed to score for the opposition!), Longest Hoop – Rayleen Mc Donald and Sue Agosta – Most Uncanny Hoop.

The scores were high again this week with the 3 people level on 28 hoops – Cameron Kelly, Rayleen McDonald and Sue Agosta, while the overall winner on the night went to Robbin Jansen, 29 hoops, our newest player. Well done Robbin.

Any enquiries call Margaret on 5853 1362 or Rayleen on 5853 2394.

Twilight croquet continues for three more Thursdays after which the KCC will revert back to daytime play on Wednesdays from 10am until mid-afternoon, BYO lunch, cuppa provided Any new players are welcome to join us.

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