Results of the CCA GC Handicap Singles

The CCA GC Handicap SIngles tournament was held at Homes Park Croquet club on Sunday 15 October 2017. It was managed by Chris Clarke.

It was run as two blocks of four with the top two from each block playing a supersection and the rest playing a consolation supersection.

In the Blue block, Rosalind Thomson won all her games but the Red block was much closer with three players winning two games.

The consolation supersection was another close block with three players winning two games.

The winner of the tournament was Gus Fernhout of St Martins and the runner-up Rosalind Thomson of  United.

Detailed results are on Croquet Scores.

Go to the tournament page for past winners.

Canterbury wins the Interprovincial

The annual interprovincial between Canterbury and South Canterbury was played at the Waireka Croquet Club in Ashburton on Sunday 1 October 2017. Four doubles pairs played three rounds. Each AC game was two hours, stopping on the bell. The winner is the team with the most total points.

Canterbury won 193 to 178. The individual game scores are below.

The winning inter-provincial team

 

Round South Canterbury Canterbury
1 Graeme Simpson
Maurice Sunbeam
13 Marguaritte Rogers
Carol Kidd
14
1 Barbara Field
Dulcie Pierre
15 Jono Hart
Frank Williams
17
1 Tom Weir
Ann Sunbeam
9 Tony O’Donnell
Neville Turner
18
1 Lois Alexander
Kevin McGlichy
24 Ian Campbell
Lynn Turner
14
2 Barbara Field
Dulcie Pierre
11 Ian Campbell
Lynn Turner
18
2 Tom Weir
Ann Sunbeam
24 Marguaritte Rogers
Carol Kidd
16
2 Lois Alexander
Kevin McGlichy
19 Jono Hart
Frank Williams
21
2 Graeme Simpson
Maurice Sunbeam
23 Tony O’Donnell
Neville Turner
7
3 Tom Weir
Ann Sunbeam
8 Jono Hart
Frank Williams
22
3 Lois Alexander
Kevin McGlichy
15 Marguaritte Rogers
Carol Kidd
21
3 Graeme Simpson
Maurice Sunbeam
9 Ian Campbell
Lynn Turner
19
3 Barbara Field
Dulcie Pierre
8 Tony O’Donnell
Neville Turner
6
Total Points 178 193

Give Croquet a Go

Canterbury Clubs open their doors for the public to Give Croquet a Go.  This is an opportunity for people of all ages, with or without a sporting background, to try the multiple games of croquet and have an opportunity to meet challenges, to compete and to enjoy for a lifetime.  Check out which clubs in the Christchurch region are offering a programme for beginners, on Saturday 30 September.  Click on a club below to find its address.

Club Hours open for Give Croquet a Go
Barrington 1pm
Cashmere 10 am – 4 pm
Elmwood 10am -12noon
Holmes Park 1.30 pm
Hornby 1.00 pm
Kaiapoi 1.30 pm
Rangiora 1pm
St James 10am – 12 noon
St Martins 3pm – 4 pm
United (Hagley Park) 12.30pm – 3pm