Myall Park Croquet Club holds competition on wintery July morning

Ian Macauley concentrates on his shot while Robin and Michele wait for their turn.

 

CROQUET went ahead on a very cold Monday morning on 26 July which saw the day turn into a beautifully warm winter day.

16 keen players arrived early to play.

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During the games Barbara Nash ran hoop five from 6 metres, Tim Barker Ran hoop 12 from 14 metres, Frank Ryan ran hoop 2 from 20 metres and Ann Willing did the same at hoop 4, all showing an increasing level of excellence by all players and enjoyable competition.

Tony Jones told News Of The Area, “Due to Covid restrictions we are unable to accept visitors but prospective members coming for their three free days are very welcome.”

It’s that time of year again when sporting clubs hold their AGM’s.

For the team at Myall Park Croquet Club this will take place on 16 August at 9am and the Annual General Meeting will follow a general meeting of the club.

Tony Jones is putting a call out to all members to make the effort to attend.

“The meeting will be held at the courts in and outside the open Gazebo under COVID-19 safe conditions including social distancing.

“Following the general meeting all Committee positions will become vacant and members are requested to contact Pat Rowe on 4919 8142 if they wish to stand for one of the highly desirable and sought after committee positions.”

The Myall Park Croquet Club play on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Mornings at 8.45am, and Thursday for Association games, practise and tuition.

Please contact Tony (4913 2866) for more information.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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