Open af­ter­noon to raise funds

Bath Chronicle - - SPORT -

Bath Cro­quet Club are hold­ing a Char­ity Open Af­ter­noon in aid of Dorothy House Hospice at Bath Recre­ation Ground on Satur­day, April 27 from 1-4pm. All mem­bers of the pub­lic will be wel­come to come along and have a go at cro­quet and play cro­quet re­lated games. Dorothy House will pro­vide their usual ar­ray of ex­cel­lent cakes and hot drinks. All equip­ment and coach­ing will be pro­vided, the club just ask that you wear flat-soled shoes. The club will again be run­ning a course for be­gin­ners. It will be a three-week course on Satur­day morn­ings start­ing May 4. The cost will be £30 and re­funded if join club at end of course. More in­for­ma­tion can be ob­tained by con­tact­ing Hester Heneb­ury at hes­[email protected]­in­ter­net.com or 01225 330198. The club started their com­pet­i­tive sea­son last Sun­day with the SWF Short Lawns Tour­na­ment at Nailsea. The A team of An­drew Willis, Bob Hart, Mary Bertin and Tony Cur­son fin­ished se­cond in the Se­cond Di­vi­sion with the B team of Paul Fran­cis, Folke Pope, Tony Jack­son and Jen­nie Pope fourth in the same di­vi­sion. Club mem­ber, and Univer­sity of Bath stu­dent Daniel Gott won the GC Stu­dents Na­tional Cham­pi­onships at Dul­wich, win­ning all seven of his matches. Gott also teamed up with Joe Curtis to win the dou­bles com­pe­ti­tion.

Bath Cro­quet Club’s An­drew Willis, Paul Fran­cis, Bob Hart, Tony Cur­son and Mary Bertin at Nailsea

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