Cro­quet:

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - LOCAL CLASSIES -

An­other good roll-up for cro­quet last Sun­day with 22 play­ers tak­ing to the courts.

Lor­raine Honey­man won the day with a great score of 28 and three games and Andy Davis was close be­hind with three games and 27 hoops.

Five play­ers had good scores de­spite los­ing one game. John James had 27, Brad Fawns 24, Dors Peter­son 23, Colin Camp­bell and Al­lan Tonta both with 20.

Lor­raine Honey­man and Marg Telford both had a handy hoop-in-one.

There were sev­eral suc­cess­ful jump shots for the day. Andy Davis had three, Judy Barry and John Tainsh both had two and Dot Mur­ray and Brad Fawns one each.

Fif­teen High School stu­dents con­tinue to play each Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon for an hour un­der the guid­ance of Peter Rae.

John James and John Tainsh give their time to help the stu­dents im­prove their game.

The stu­dents are gain­ing good cro­quet skills and are look­ing for­ward to play­ing against stu­dents from other cro­quet clubs in the Goul­burn Val­ley.

The list for the Christ­mas lun­cheon to be held at the Long Ta­ble is still on the no­tice board if you wish to add your names.

The fi­nal round of the Challen Cup will be played this Sun­day at 12.30 for 1pm start. If you are likely to be late please ring some­one that your name goes in the draw.

Play­ers are re­minded that Wed­nes­day’s start­ing time has changed. It’s now 8.30am for 9am start while Sun­days re­main the same as be­fore.

Six­teen play­ers took part in cro­quet on Wed­nes­day morn­ing. Two play­ers won their three games. Brad Fawns won the day with 24 and Dot Mur­phy had 21 hoops.

Six play­ers won two games with good scores. John James had 23, Mary James and Jill Tainsh had 22, Dee Crotty and Al­lan Tonta both had 21 and Colin Camp­bell scored 20 hoops.

Vol Wolfe had two suc­cess­ful jump shots and John Tainsh and John James each had one.

Ar­range­ments are still be­ing made for cro­quet play­ers to play un­der lights one night a week.

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