These event details are draft and subject to change
The GC Students' Championships
||18-19 Apr 2020
||Nottingham Croquet Club
Croquet Pavilion, Highfields Park, University Boulevard, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 2PS Tel: 0115 922 2237
||0 Not Available
Organised by The CA
GC Tournament Details
||Richard Bilton (For this fixture only)
4 Granary Close, Morton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 3BJ richard.bilton30#talktalk.net Tel. Mobile: 07570 599136
||Entries accepted in receipt order; Closing: 27 Mar 2020
|| enter and pay online or Post an Entry Form.
||Open to All Students
| (Don't apply to this event)
- For AC events, please indicate on entry form if you require lunches, for yourself and/or any visitors accompanying you. Please note that we are not offering lunches for GC events, due to lack of demand in previous years.
- Please contact James Death if you need accommodation. Some accommodation may be available with members.
- Those who wish to enter and pay online may do so through the CA website. Paper entries and cheques should be sent to the club tournament secretary.
- Student Fee applies to those under 25.
- Parking is available along the access road to the Hockey Club opposite. A tram service operates from Nottingham Station past the club to Beeston, and a Park and Ride near M1 J25.
||The Tournament Conditions apply to all listed fixtures unless otherwise stated.
See also the Introduction to the Fixtures Book.
For this tournament
- To be eligible to compete, an entrant must be an 'internal' student registered for and following a full-time degree or diploma at a University, or at an Institute or College of Higher Education. Students finishing their course of study in December or March are eligible until the end of the academic year, provided that their Union subscription has been paid.
- There does not need to be an even number of students from each university for pairing in the doubles. Students may choose to play in only the singles or the doubles (or both). If there is an odd number of players from a university for the doubles, students may play with people they know from other universities or can be paired with someone else.
- The initial format will be block play, the number of blocks dependent on number of entries. The top-performing players from each block will be selected for a knockout for the final. Play will start around 10am and finish about 5pm on the Saturday, and likely 30 minutes earlier on the Sunday.
- Own food and drink is allowed.
- An evening meal will be planned if popular.
|Fixtures Book Contact:
||Richard Bilton (specific for this tournament - overrides club Fixtures Book Contact)