Manager John Haslam split the entries into two blocks. This gave everyone nicely balanced and usually interactive games that could be enjoyed by the knowledgeable catering brigade who, after producing such a fine array of gourmet food (honestly), watched into the afternoon from the shade of the veranda.
After the second game on Sunday two local lads came to the top. Alan Pidcock unbeaten in all his Super B games and Ray Lowe runner up.
Fylde Croquet provided both the B class winner , Terry Vernazza, and runner up Liz Wilson .
Players also came from far and wide to avail the local life in Southport overnight which was in full seaside swing during this glorious weekend.