Members of the Croquet Australia Hall of Fame 2022

A Hall of Fame has been established for the Croquet Australia.


To raise the profile of, and increase the participation in the playing of, mallet sports in Australia.


The Croquet Australia Hall of Fame’s mission is to inspire future generations of croquet players by honouring the heroes of today.


The Croquet Australia Hall of Fame was established to make regular awards to qualifying persons who have contributed to the achievements of the Croquet Australia aims. It is a virtual concept whereby the inductees and their achievements and contributions are commemorated on the Croquet Australia website.

The inductees will include some of the greatest Australian players in the history of the game as well as people who have made significant contributions to the development and enjoyment Croquet and Gateball as administrators, coaches, or benefactors in Australia.

History of the Croquet Australia Hall of Fame 2022

Many sports and professions recognise the leaders in their chosen field, either as practitioners or as supporters. This may take the form of the gift of physical tokens such as medals or trophies or by the presentation of awards or certificates of merit. All share the common theme of formally acknowledging those individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to the development and success of the activity.

Nominations for the Hall of Fame

Each year, nominations may be made to the Croquet Australia until 30 September. A nomination received after 30 September will be considered in the following year. The candidates are then considered by the Hall of Fame Committee by no later than 30 November.

In addition, the Croquet Australia Board is entitled to nominate one individual each year who is automatically inducted into the Hall of Fame. The procedures for nominating and considering nominations is set out in the Croquet Australia regulations.

The new inductees are announced in December. If possible, an induction ceremony will be arranged at an Croquet Australia Event.

To nominate someone for the Croquet Australia Hall of Fame, please provide a citation for the nominee which gives as many details as possible of their achievements in and contributions to the sport of croquet. If possible, please provide one or more suitable photographs of the nominee. Croquet-related photographs are encouraged together with one good quality head-and-shoulders example. If a nomination is successful, the citation put forward by the proposer will form the basis of the formal citation published on the Croquet Australia website.

The citation and any accompanying photographs should be sent by the email to the Secretary-General.

The regulations that govern the operation of the Croquet Australia Hall of Fame and how candidates for the induction may be nominated may be found here: Croquet Australia Hall of Fame Regulations.