Big competition for club
Croquet club hosts Classic
CROQUET: THE Caloundra Mallet Sports Club has a bright future.
This was showcased when the club hosted the 20th RSL Classic last weekend.
While there were no winners from the Coast, club vice-president Howard Williams said it was an honour to host the classic as it was an integral part on the croquet calendar.
“For the past 20 years this
Mr Williams said Tom Knight of Brisbane placed first, with Les Watson, also of Brisbane, second.
Troy McCallum from Maryborough took third place and Don Close of Rockhampton fourth.
The competition was held over three days and offered the community an insight into the sport played with a “high level of skill”.
Despite the club’s ongoing success, Mr Williams said next year it would offer even
GOING FOR GOLD: Tom Knight in action.