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.