Croquet Australia is responsible for coordinating approximately 9 annual national tournaments and manage Australian representative teams to compete internationally.

The latest tournament calendar is available in Excel format by accessing the following link –

  ACA Tournament Calendar – 14 July 2020

 

Note: some tournament details may change if they have not been listed as confirmed.

42 Event(s) Found

September 12, 2020-September 15, 2020

GC Men’s & Women’s Singles

2020, Golf Croquet

Tasmania

Existing venue commitments mean that it is not possible to also hold the Men’s/Women’s GC Singles, unfortunately the event has…

September 28, 2020-October 2, 2020

National GC Handicap Tournament

2020, Golf Croquet

Twin City Croquet Club

2020 GC Handicap Albury - Event Flyer ACA accepts that covid-19 will prevent us playing the 2020 GC Handicap Championships…

November 29, 2020-December 1, 2020

December 2, 2020-December 6, 2020

January 9, 2021-January 11, 2021

GC Under 21 Championship

2021, Golf Croquet

Windsor Croquet Club

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic the 2021 GC Under 21 Championships has been cancelled.

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2019

Australian GC Under 21 Championship

  • Singles

  • Winner: Edward Wilson
    Runner-up:  Jamie Gumbrell
    Third:  Matt Grant
    Fourth:  William Hollier

    Ethan Gumbrell and Edward Wilson

  • Egyptian Playoff

  • Winner: Curtis Mead
    Runner-up: Miley Fleming

    Curtis Mead and Miley Fleming

  • Doubles

  • Winner: Jamie and Ethan Gumbrell
    Runner-up: Matt Grant and William Hollier

    Ethan and Jamie Gumbrell

  • The playing group, the referees and coaching

  • Terry Ericson provides coaching to U21s

2019 AUSTRALIAN U21 GOLF CROQUET CHAMPIONSHIPS

ADELAIDE SA 

SATURDAY 12TH JANUARY – MONDAY 14TH JANUARY

 

Overall there were 16 competitors from South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.  It was pleasing to see the attendance from Casterton in Victoria with five entries.  The ages ranged from 20 to 10 and the handicaps from -4 to 16. The standard of play was impressive.

 

It was pleasing to watch the improvement in skills and tactics over the 3 days.  All competitors learnt quickly from the more experienced entrants in the field.

 

Terry Ericson provided a coaching session for all those interested after the completion of the Singles on the Sunday.

 

SINGLES

There were two blocks with seven players in each. The top two from each block progressed to a Best of Three semi final and final on Sunday. The others played an Egyptian Format Event.

 

DOUBLES

On Monday there were six pairs in the Doubles.  Because of the hot weather games in Rounds 1 – 3 were limited to 1 hour and in Rounds 4 & 5 to 45 minutes.  All games had compulsory breaks for drinks.

Upcoming Tournaments

Croquet Australia is responsible for coordinating approximately 9 annual national tournaments and manage Australian representative teams to compete internationally.

The latest tournament calendar is available in Excel format by accessing the following link –

  ACA Tournament Calendar – 14 July 2020

 

Note: some tournament details may change if they have not been listed as confirmed.

42 Event(s) Found

September 12, 2020-September 15, 2020

GC Men’s & Women’s Singles

2020, Golf Croquet

Tasmania

Existing venue commitments mean that it is not possible to also hold the Men’s/Women’s GC Singles, unfortunately the event has…

September 28, 2020-October 2, 2020

National GC Handicap Tournament

2020, Golf Croquet

Twin City Croquet Club

2020 GC Handicap Albury - Event Flyer ACA accepts that covid-19 will prevent us playing the 2020 GC Handicap Championships…

November 29, 2020-December 1, 2020

December 2, 2020-December 6, 2020

January 9, 2021-January 11, 2021

GC Under 21 Championship

2021, Golf Croquet

Windsor Croquet Club

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic the 2021 GC Under 21 Championships has been cancelled.

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Results

2019

Australian GC Under 21 Championship

  • Singles

  • Winner: Edward Wilson
    Runner-up:  Jamie Gumbrell
    Third:  Matt Grant
    Fourth:  William Hollier

    Ethan Gumbrell and Edward Wilson

  • Egyptian Playoff

  • Winner: Curtis Mead
    Runner-up: Miley Fleming

    Curtis Mead and Miley Fleming

  • Doubles

  • Winner: Jamie and Ethan Gumbrell
    Runner-up: Matt Grant and William Hollier

    Ethan and Jamie Gumbrell

  • The playing group, the referees and coaching

  • Terry Ericson provides coaching to U21s

2019 AUSTRALIAN U21 GOLF CROQUET CHAMPIONSHIPS

ADELAIDE SA 

SATURDAY 12TH JANUARY – MONDAY 14TH JANUARY

 

Overall there were 16 competitors from South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.  It was pleasing to see the attendance from Casterton in Victoria with five entries.  The ages ranged from 20 to 10 and the handicaps from -4 to 16. The standard of play was impressive.

 

It was pleasing to watch the improvement in skills and tactics over the 3 days.  All competitors learnt quickly from the more experienced entrants in the field.

 

Terry Ericson provided a coaching session for all those interested after the completion of the Singles on the Sunday.

 

SINGLES

There were two blocks with seven players in each. The top two from each block progressed to a Best of Three semi final and final on Sunday. The others played an Egyptian Format Event.

 

DOUBLES

On Monday there were six pairs in the Doubles.  Because of the hot weather games in Rounds 1 – 3 were limited to 1 hour and in Rounds 4 & 5 to 45 minutes.  All games had compulsory breaks for drinks.

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