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2019 CA Club Awards - Get your submissions in

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8th November (CA Official News)

The CA makes awards biennially in three categories to clubs that have made exceptional progress in providing a good playing environment over the previous two years:

The Townsend Award is given every two years to a club with one or two lawns that has, in the opinion of the Development Committee, made exceptional progress in providing a good playing environment over the previous two years.

The Apps Heley Award is given every two years to the club with three or four lawns that has made most progress at a national or local level in the last two years.

The Millennium Club Award is given every two years to the club with five or more courts that has made most progress at national or local level in any of two of the previous three years.

The Croquet Association Club Awards are made at the AGM in October and beside a certificate, a cheque for £250 is given to winning clubs.

To apply for any of these Awards, please firstly contact your Federation Development Officer and complete a submission form [https://www.croquet.org.uk/?d=330&pup=y] together with any supporting information. Ideally, clubs will be able to supply convincing photographs that demonstrate how their facilities have been improved, suitable for publication in the Gazette and online.

The closing date for the submissions is 1 January 2019 and the awards will be made at the AGM in 2019.

Roger Staples, Chairman of the Development Committee.



 

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