In brief Cro­quet

The Riverine Herald - - BOWLS -

RICH RIVER’S golf cro­quet team is still cling­ing to sec­ond place on the lad­der after a loss to Echuca Moama White last week.

The re­sult couldn’t have been closer. Rich River won six games, 68 hoops to EM White six games, 69 hoops.

In As­so­ci­a­tion cro­quet sec­tion one Mar­jorie Grant and Ian Grant both played strongly to beat Mooroopna Gold two games to one, 62 hoops to 48.

Sec­tion two played Nu­murkah White, win­ning its sin­gles but los­ing the dou­bles. The re­sult­ing win was two games to one, ap­prox­i­mately 10 hoops up.

The club is look­ing for­ward to host­ing the Rich River Cro­quet Club Clas­sic this week­end and an­tic­i­pat­ing some good com­pe­ti­tion.

On the fol­low­ing week­end, Oc­to­ber 21 and 22, the club is hold­ing “come and try” days at 2pm. All wel­come.

There is no age re­stric­tion and ex­pe­ri­ence is not nec­es­sary as in­struc­tion will be pro­vided. Flat soled shoes and a sun hat are re­quired. Club re­sults Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 5: up Al­lan Cum­ming.

Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 10: win­ner Al­lan Cum­ming, run­nerup Rus­sell Smyth. Hoops in one to Al­lan, Ber­nice and Ma­ree Hod­gins. win­ner Ber­nice Farmer, run­ner-

Help for sports clubs

MUR­RAY River Coun­cil, Cam­paspe Shire Coun­cil and Sports Com­mu­nity will run work­shops around club lead­er­ship across Echuca and Moama next month.

The free work­shops will look at how peo­ple run their sport­ing clubs, and look at man­age­ment styles for the day to day run­ning of the clubs.

The ses­sions will also look at the at­ti­tudes and be­hav­iours that go into a suc­cess­ful sport­ing club, and how to har­bour those be­hav­iours and cul­tures within your own clubs.

Or­gan­is­ers rec­om­mend that two to three mem­bers of the club ex­ec­u­tive at­tend both meet­ings, run on Novem­ber 1 and Novem­ber 22.

At­ten­dance must be con­firmed to Beck Hayward by call­ing 5481 0900.

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