Croquet heats up with the weather

September there will be a lot more activity for our players as we have members travelling to Albury for their annual doubles and singles carnival, Wagga for the state championships and Cowra for their friendship day.

Our yearly Braes Tray is nearing completion now and should be all finalised by the end of this week.

There has been a lot of surprise results coming up in this event as it is a handicap event and good to see our newer players doing so well.

Social days are being well attended and into good to have some of our holiday makers with us again. 

As our annual spring carnival draws near we have all in hand for it. 

There will be 42 players competing from Victoria and New South Wales with handicaps ranging from zero to ten competing. 

Anyone interested in the sport are welcome to come along and have a look at how it is played, there will certainly be some top grade matches competed for.

CHAMPIONS: The winners of the Orange Challenge from the Young Croquet Club. Photo: Supplied.

CHAMPIONS: The winners of the Orange Challenge from the Young Croquet Club. Photo: Supplied.

ROLL ALONG: There is plenty coming up at the Young Croquet Club now that spring has sprung. Photo: Rebecca Hewson.

ROLL ALONG: There is plenty coming up at the Young Croquet Club now that spring has sprung. Photo: Rebecca Hewson.