Mandurah Coastal Times - - NEWS -

HALLS Head Cro­quet Club’s long-time sec­re­tary, ref­eree and coach Val Alexan­der has fi­nally hung up her files but not her mal­let. Twenty years of min­utes and cor­re­spon­dence have come to an end for Ms Alexan­der who, at 80, plans to con­cen­trate on play­ing cro­quet and coach­ing new play­ers in­stead of han­dling doc­u­ments and the fil­ing cab­i­net. More than 30 mem­bers watched as she was pre­sented with a jew­elled bracelet to com­mem­o­rate her com­mit­ment to the cro­quet club. Val Alexan­der (sec­ond left) with Gwen An­der­son, Lyn Au­das and Mary Lyons. Gwen An­der­son and Mary Lyons are also long-time club mem­bers, with Ms An­der­son hav­ing played for the State Cro­quet team.

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