The January 2018 CCA newsletter has been sent out to all Canterbury club secretaries. It is also available to download here.
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The Atkins draw, rules and results reporting form are now on the CCA website.
There are four blocks with block play on Saturday 10, 17 and 24 February 2018 followed by a final at United on Saturday 17 March 2018.
Croquet Matters is the Croquet New Zealand newsletter. You can download a copy here.
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If there is no copy on your club notice board, ask your secretary.
The Arthur Ross competition is a handicap singles association croquet event that is played at club, association and national level.
Representatives from Canterbury clubs will meet at the association playoff on Saturday 3 February 2018 at Elmwood Croquet Club.
The National playoff will be at Morrinsville from Friday 2 to Sunday 4 March.
Don Reylands Stars
The Don Reylands Stars is a handicap singles golf croquet event that is played at club, association and national level.
Representatives from Canterbury clubs will meet at the association playoff on Sunday 4 February 2018 at Hornby Croquet Club.
The national playoff, with one representative from each NZ association will be played at Fendalton Park Croquet Club Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March 2018.
World AC championship
The world AC championship will be played in and around Wellington 3-11 February. Most of the players in the NZ Open at United last week will be there. You can follow results on CroquetScores.
The qualifying tournament for the last few places is being played in Palmerston North Tuesday 30 January to Thursday 1 February 2018. You can follow results on CroquetScores. At the time of writing Cantabrian Ian Campbell has won both of the games he has played so far.