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.
Complete the form below to enter on-lineAfter entries have closed the following decisions will be made by the Tournament Manager depending on the number of entries and the handicap/index levels of players:Time limits for gamesCompetition formats (e.g....read more
Click to view/download Draw Conditions Click to see results CroquetScores.comSpecial Conditions For each pair:The sum of their handicaps must be at least 15There must be a difference of at least 4 between their handicapsIn each turn, using the...read more
Click on header if you can't see the links for Handicap lists As at Nov 1 2018 20181101_Tas GC Handicaps & Rankings 20181101_Tas AC Rankings ...read more
Complete the form below to enter on-lineThe competition is only open to members of Tasmanian Croquet Clubs which are affiliated to the Tasmanian Croquet Association.On the closing date the Tournament Managers will list the entrants in handicap order and...read more
Congratulations to all the players who played in the Gold, Silver and Bronze Metals at the Northern Tasmanian Croquet Centre over the weekend. The games were played in excellent conditions superbly managed by Bob Godfrey with the winners coming from the...read more
Congratulations to Winners: C Grade: Yvonne Mason - Runer-up Heather Myers B Grade: Stewart von See - Runner-up Paul Richards A Grade: Graham Keating - Runner-up Ruth McKean Below A Grade finalists, Ruth McKean and Graham Keating (Sorry about the sideways photo,...read more
AC PENNANT: Our Club has had mixed results with all divisions having at least one win. Tim has pegged out three times in his A Division games. Well done Tim and to all players keep up the good work. Not all clubs are able to field teams in each division, so we are...read more
Congratulations to Women's Medal Winner Lizzie Bassett of New Town Club and runner-up Claire Bamford of Kingston The Men's medal was won by Ian Bassett of New Town with Leigh Herington of New Town the runner-up Click to see all results on ...read more