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2012 Golf Croquet Championships

 Attempting to convey the general atmosphere and the spirit amongst players during the Golf Croquet Championships held at Kelvin Grove Croquet Club will be an impossible task - perhaps asking “did competitors enter to compete in the game we all love, or did they enter for the social interaction” will be the best way to describe a week of fun in the sun!

Congratulations to Kelvin Grove committee and members for their excellent hosting skills and organisation. The new pavilion offered a wonderful escape from the heat while still providing spectators full view of all three courts in use, tea and refreshments on demand and a relaxing atmosphere for the battle weary players. The constantly replenished jugs of ice water on the tables downstairs was a life saver for most of the competitors. The lawns were perfectly groomed every day, a fact commented on by all players. A special word of thanks also to the Kelvin Grove Bowling Committee for making one of their greens available for our use during the week.

The success of a tournament does not just depend on the organisation of responsible officials, it is mostly determined by the willing cooperation and sportsmanship of the players. Congratulations to all competitors for accepting necessary last minute changes with good grace and the spirit you brought to individual games. True words, “sport does not build character, it reveals it” are appropriate in describing our players.

All final events brought excitement to the games but the most nail biting battle had to be the Open Singles between Neil McHardy and Lionel Tibble. Until the winning stroke was played by Neil on the 19th hoop, it could have gone either way! Even the spectators were exhausted at the end of the game and a remarkable number of pints must have disappeared in no time at all!
The Western Province Croquet Association Committee will commit itself to further improve on this tournament and 2013 will equal or better what was a most enjoyable and competitive experience for all.  

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