Welcome to Croquet Tasmania
Croquet is a sport which has been around in its present form since the 1850s
- It doesn’t require any special physical strength.
- Men and women, young and old, can play on equal terms and kids love it.
- It is a sport for individuals, families, social groups, business groups, service clubs and everyone.
- It is an inexpensive means of getting regular exercise.
- It is played in the open air throughout the year, in all weather(but it can be played indoors using pucks instead of balls).
- It is played both socially and competitively.
- Many croquet skills, physical and tactical, are found in other sports such as golf, bowls, chess and billiards.
- It is played in all States of Australia and many countries of the world.
Click the Event Name on the top line if you can't see the rest of this post properly. ............Then you will see the entry form, links to conditions etc. Entry fee $10 per player. Additional daily lawn fees will be payable to the venue. Click...read more
GOLF CROQUET CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: These will be played during golf playing days, so social players may be restricted to ONE lawn. The Committee would encourage you to use twilight time for extra social play. On Friday 27 October and 3 November no lawns will be...read more
Click the Event Name on the top line if you can't see the rest of this post properly. ............Then you will see the entry form, links to conditions etc. Entry Fee $15 . An additional daily lawn fee will be payable at the venue. Click HERE to...read more
Click the top heading line if you can't see the rest of this post properly. The Gold Medal was won by Callum Hyland of Sandy Bay with a very close competition for second place between Ian Bassett (New Town) and Rob McAdam (Kingston) Results Three Competitors in...read more
There were some very exciting games and results in the recent AC "Gender" medals competitions. All Southern Clubs had placegetters! Congratulations to Sue Beattie (Kingston) winner of the Women's event. Runners-up were Sue Pearson and Hazel Lloyd - both of Eastern...read more
Sue Beattie will be facilitating an Association Coaching event at Kingston Croquet Club, 10.45am, Saturday 23rd September. Intended techniques to cover are: rushes, rush line play, peel positions, laying leaves and strategies. RSVP 0408295702 or just turn up.read more
Survey Tas Players 2017 -1read more
The winter comp was a great success with five of the players ( not top handicap range) had their handicaps reduced by the State Handicapper. The winners of the cash were Callum Hyland, Liz Smith and Lizzie...read more