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Picture: Alison Jones - The teams gather at the start of the Home Internationals13th Jun: England won the Home Internationals

Picture: Sam Murray - Debutant Ellen Thompson20th May: Colchester Spring Weekend Handicap tournament

Picture: Chris Roberts - Winner Margaret Murray congratulated by runner-up Tom Weston17th May: Charity One-Ball Report

Picture: Samir Patel - GB v USA15th May: Solomon Trophy Team Announced

Picture: Chris Roberts - Doubles final; Singles winner J-P Moberly (Edi Uni.) watched by partner Steven Williams (Nott Uni.)27th Apr: Report on the GC Student Championship 2018

Picture: Surbiton Croquet Club - The 2018 Surbiton GC C-Class19th Apr: Surbiton (GC) C-Level Series tournament

Picture: Barry Holland - Croquet is an all-weather sport (at Surbiton!)27th Feb: Croquet is an all-weather sport (at Surbiton!)

Mark Suter -New CA Manager13th Feb: Mark Suter Appointed As New CA Manager

The Croquet Association (CA) is the national governing body for the sport of Croquet in England.

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Welcome to Croquet!

What is croquet all about - and why should you give it a try?

Croquet: six hoops, four balls, two mallets and a patch of grass.

Sounds easy enough.

Croquet is a game of skill and strategy, angles, tactics, guile. A bit like snooker on grass. Will your balls get through the hoops and peg out before your opponent's?

Croquet offers sport, friendships, fun, competition and a whole lot more.

To see what we mean, please watch the adjacent short film. With over 200 clubs nationwide to choose from, look up your nearest club to find out more about the outdoor sport that keeps you physically and mentally fit, providing a social yet competitive environment.

What's On?
Availability closes soon for The Barlow Bowl, The Longman Bowl, McWeeney Trophy (CA vs CAI), The Kate Jones Memorial (GC Second Eight), and The Musk's Cup (GC First Eight) >>

Where are the best players?

June

19-24: Sussex County The Golf Croquet Open Championships View details (GC)


20-21: Phyllis Court Blewbury AC Midweek Handicap Tournament View details

23-24: Bristol John McCullough Challenge Trophy View details

23-24: East Dorset Handicap Singles Weekend View details

23-24: Hamptworth Golf Croquet B-Level Tournament View details (GC)

23-24: Meadows The Scottish Open View details

23-24: Middlesbrough B-Level Advanced Weekend View details

23-24: Nailsea C-Level Advanced Singles Weekend View details

23-24: Peterborough AC Handicap Weekend View details

23-24: Roehampton B-Level Advanced Weekend View details

23-24: Surbiton Summer Handicap View details

24: Colchester Golf Croquet B-Level Tournament View details (GC)

July

14: Cheltenham Management Committee View details

Latest Croquet News

 

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Picture: Alison Jones - The teams gather at the start of the Home Internationals13th Jun: England won the Home Internationals

Picture: Sam Murray - Debutant Ellen Thompson20th May: Colchester Spring Weekend Handicap tournament

Picture: Chris Roberts - Winner Margaret Murray congratulated by runner-up Tom Weston17th May: Charity One-Ball Report

Picture: Samir Patel - GB v USA15th May: Solomon Trophy Team Announced

Picture: Chris Roberts - Doubles final; Singles winner J-P Moberly (Edi Uni.) watched by partner Steven Williams (Nott Uni.)27th Apr: Report on the GC Student Championship 2018

Picture: Surbiton Croquet Club - The 2018 Surbiton GC C-Class19th Apr: Surbiton (GC) C-Level Series tournament

Picture: Barry Holland - Croquet is an all-weather sport (at Surbiton!)27th Feb: Croquet is an all-weather sport (at Surbiton!)

Mark Suter -New CA Manager13th Feb: Mark Suter Appointed As New CA Manager

 

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