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The Association week started on Monday, 26 September. The first few days were very hot but cooler weather came in from the Thursday onwards. Strong winds were a factor for the whole two weeks. All the lawns were quite fast. There were 14 players in total with representatives from KZN, W. Province, E. Cape and Gauteng. Three players also spend at least half of the year in England.

In the Open Singles, Drewan Bennett won all his matches but had a close game against Meshack Mazibuko. This meant that the Belcher Cup went to KZN for the first time in many years. Meshack came second and Chris Wakeham, third.

Christine Wakeham won all her games in the handicap events. This meant that she came home with the Riggall Gold Cup for the Veterans’ Handicap event as well as trophies for the Open Handicap Singles and Restricted Handicap Singles. In the Restricted Singles final, Tony Whateley beat Chris Wakeham and the handicap doubles was won by Drewan Bennett and Meshack Mazibuko who edged out Peter and Silvia Dreyer.

The Sunday in between the Association and Golf events had been set aside for lawn mowing and an association coaching clinic. In the event, it poured with rain all day. This meant that the courts were slower for the first few days of the golf week until they were cut mid week.

The wind continued to blow and at one stage, Chris Wakeham and Keith Ketterer were sitting on a bench under the shade of a large umbrella, when suddenly the said umbrella took off and flew over the boundary fence!

Victor Dladla regained the Golf Croquet Open Singles title when he beat Clare Stableford in the final. The Open Doubles winners were Meshack Mazibuko and Thomas More with the runners up being David Boyd and Val Armstrong.

During the Nationals a number of highly successful social functions were held including opening ceremonies, prize-givings, a quiz evening and a braai following the AGM. Lunches were also up to their usual excellent standard at Port Alfred. All in all, Johan and Noeline Kirsten and their many helpers did an excellent job.  

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