GC: Doubles Combined 20+

This event was held over two Tuesdays and was run as a Single Round Robin. Victor Harbor managed the event with expertise for the 9 pairs who competed. Many thanks to Kate and Bernie. Winners were Janis Jenkins and Christine Horner from Victor Harbor CC.


ACA GC Bronze Medal 2020

For three days – 25, 26 & 27 of September, the Australian Croquet Association’s South Australian Bronze Medal Tournament was held at Croquet SA lawns. The winner of this tournament would usually play off with the winners from the other states in the ACA Gold and Silver Medal Competition. Covid-19 will prevent this from happening in 2020 as players from each state cannot travel to Tasmania for it.
The competitors, as usual with this group, were good sports and great to manage.The Bronze Medal winner was Heath Jackson from Hyde Park CC (6 matches, net 7 games) and the runner-up was Barry Jennings also from Hyde Park CC (6 matches, net 6 games) and Ron McBride from Yankalilla CC came a very close third with 6 matches, net 6 games, but lost by 4 hoops to the runner-up.
It was a great tournament!
Jane Lewis (Millswood), Event Manager.

GC Spring Singles 5+

This event was managed by North Adelaide at Hutt Road Thursday 10th and 17th September. The event was won by Colleen Lane with Phil Colebatch the runner-up

GC 3+ Singles

Winner of this 3-Day Event was Robert Brown from Millswood and the runner-up was Paul Ensor of South Terrace

GC SA Open Doubles

Winners of GC SA Open Doubles: Barry Jennings (Hyde Park) and Karen Magee (Brighton) Runners-up: Kim Millhouse (Millswood) and David Darke (Hyde Park)


The event was held between 7th and 9th of July A small field emerged from a COVID cocoon to
contest the event. Aldinga Coquet Club managed this event efficiently with Carolyn Cooper taking
the lead role.
“The Boys” Kelvin Wright and Rob Hamshere eventually winning the Tournament. There was a
three way tussle for second place between Kendrick/ Martin, Golding/LePoidevin and Williams
/Ruttley the runner up was decided on net hoops resulting in Golding/Le Poidevin getting over the
All participants are to be congratulated on their sportsmanship and the friendliness that they showed
to each other (it is truly what makes croquet the game it is. The referees who participated so
willingly and offered welcome guidance and encouragement to all are also to be thanked.