• Nottingham beat Edgbaston 6-1 in Mary Rose

    Nottingham were 2-1 up at an excellent lunch, and increased their lead with the first afternoon game to finish, but the match was a lot closer than the eventual score suggested, with the last three games all having single figure margins, two with pegged out endings.

    Results (with Edgbaston names first):

    Markham & Cawdell lost to Ian Vincent & Martin Beacon -26
    Slater lost to Omied Hallam -16
    Thompson bt Peter Death +5

    Markham lost to Vincent -5
    Cawdell lost to Beacon -4
    Slater lost to Death -5
    Thompson lost to Hallam -17

    We play Pendle and Craven at home in the next round.

  • Nottingham High Schools

    During National Schools Sport Week in June, our young internationals Will Gee and Rachel Rowe have been at Nottingham High School and Nottingham High School for Girls talking about croquet and giving pupils a chance to try the game.   Staff, pupils and their families have been invited to an Open Afternoon on Sunday 14 July (starts 2 pm).

  • Ian and Euan completed their tour

    Ian and Euan Burridge completed their tour of 21 clubs, playing a game of Golf Croquet at each, at Nottingham yesterday evening.  Rachel Rowe, fresh from winning the AC B Level, beat Ian, and Euan beat Judith Moore, so that the tourists ended with exactly a 50% record against the  home teams.  Over £5,000 has been raised for Leukemia research.



  • Sandy Brown won C Level GC Tournament

    Congratulations to Sandy Brown on winning the C Level GC Tournament, which was completed despite the horribly wet conditions.  I am hoping to recieve a fuller report in due course.

  • Nottinghamshire won the AC Inter-Counties

    Nottinghamshire were declared to have won the first division of the AC Inter-Counties competition, which was played over the late May bank holiday in glorious sunshine ... until the final day, which saw the last of the eleven rounds abandoned due to flooding of the lawns at Southwick.

    Their team, all but three of whom are members of the Nottingham club, was:

    Richard White (C), Keith Aiton, Gary Bennett, Paddy Chapman, James Death, James Hopgood, Patrick Hort and Peter Moore


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