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Mark Avery Won the Prichard Advanced Weekend15th May: Mark Avery Won the Prichard Advanced Weekend

Picture: Chris Roberts - Peter Spiller being presented the Surbiton Easter AC Handicap trophy by manager Samir Patel22nd Apr: Peter Spiller won the Surbiton Easter Handicap

1940 CA Medal - Mystery Solved4th Mar: 1940 CA Medal - Mystery Solved

Picture: Samir Patel - Pinehurst Resort (pictured during the 2015 Solomon Trophy)5th Feb: Solomon Trophy 2019

Picture: Chris Roberts - The 2018 winner, Margaret Murray from the Bath club, is congratulated by the runner-up, Tom Weston6th Nov 2018: The 2019 Charity One-Ball

Picture: David Walters - Surbiton Croquet Club being presented the Beddow Cup by Quiller Barrett7th Oct 2018: Surbiton beat Bowdon to win the Inter-Club Final 6-1

Picture: Chris Roberts - Winner Richard Bilton in action28th Sep 2018: Richard Bilton won the English National Singles Championship

Picture: Samir Patel - William Ormerod (seated, left), 1966 winner, watches Robert Fulford on his way to victory26th Sep 2018: Robert Fulford won the President's Cup

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

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Welcome New Members

The Croquet Association extends a special welcome to our new Standard Members.

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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 competitive yet sociable environment.

What's On?
Availability closes soon for Grass Roots Golf Croquet Competition, and The 2019 European Association Croquet Championships >>

Where are the best players?

May

23-26: Budleigh The 2019 European Golf Croquet Championships View details (GC)

25-28: Sussex County Compton (Eastbourne) The AC Inter-County Championship View details


18-26: Roehampton Summer Tournament (AC) View details

25-26: East Dorset Golf Croquet B-Level Tournament View details (GC)

25-26: Hunstanton Golf Croquet A-Level Tournament View details (GC)

30: The Academy GC Coached Games Day View details

June

1: Northern Academy From GC to AC in one day: an introduction to Association Croquet View details

May

31-3: Carrickmines The Championship of County Dublin 2019 View details

Latest Croquet News

 

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Mark Avery Won the Prichard Advanced Weekend15th May: Mark Avery Won the Prichard Advanced Weekend

Picture: Chris Roberts - Peter Spiller being presented the Surbiton Easter AC Handicap trophy by manager Samir Patel22nd Apr: Peter Spiller won the Surbiton Easter Handicap

1940 CA Medal - Mystery Solved4th Mar: 1940 CA Medal - Mystery Solved

Picture: Samir Patel - Pinehurst Resort (pictured during the 2015 Solomon Trophy)5th Feb: Solomon Trophy 2019

Picture: Chris Roberts - The 2018 winner, Margaret Murray from the Bath club, is congratulated by the runner-up, Tom Weston6th Nov 2018: The 2019 Charity One-Ball

Picture: David Walters - Surbiton Croquet Club being presented the Beddow Cup by Quiller Barrett7th Oct 2018: Surbiton beat Bowdon to win the Inter-Club Final 6-1

Picture: Chris Roberts - Winner Richard Bilton in action28th Sep 2018: Richard Bilton won the English National Singles Championship

Picture: Samir Patel - William Ormerod (seated, left), 1966 winner, watches Robert Fulford on his way to victory26th Sep 2018: Robert Fulford won the President's Cup

 

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