GC 3+ Singles
GC SA Open Doubles
GC S.A INDIVIDUAL 9+ DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP
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.
GC Modified ISO Doubles at Hutt Road
Another successful event at Hutt Road, 17th and 18th June. 28 pairs entered with a full range of handicaps. It was with great pleasure to see entries from Yankalilla and Victor Harbor and plenty of relatively new faces to competition.
Again, the event was mini round robins for each lawn and the winners won chocolates. The weather was fantastic, spirits were high and there were plenty of referees to assist players.
Who won the chocolates?
Jane West and Karen Magee (Brighton)
Ansi Baumanis and Colleen Lane (Victor Harbor)
Lis Robinson and Paul Wahlstedt (Holdfast Bay)
Kim Millhouse and David Darke (Millswood /Hyde Park)
Peter Willis and John Blight (Victor Harbor)
Helen Cook and Johanna Minzlaff (Norwood)
Dougie Francis and Bob Vincent (Hyde Park/ South Terrace)
Thank you once again to Kim Millhouse, Anne Woodhouse, Barry Jennings, Graeme Thomas, Jane West, Ansi Baumanis and Carolyn Cooper for assisting to run this event.
Karen Magee SA GC Events Manager
GC Modified ISO Singles at Hutt Road, 10th and 11th June
The Golf Croquet committee decided the best way to get back to croquet after isolation was to have an event that allowed lots of people to play, so we came up with Modified ISO Singles Well I don’t know if it was the catchy name, the lure of chocolate as a prize or the desperation for people to catch up with others or merely the enjoyment of the game.
Whatever it was, it was successful!
Who won the chocolates?
Wednesday morning Thursday morning
Graeme Thomas (Hyde Park) Mark Stevens (Hyde Park)
Barbara Bertram (Millswood) Dougie Francis (Hyde Park)
Barry Latter (Coromandel Valley Robyn Golding (North Adelaide)
Wednesday afternoon Thursday afternoon
Barry Jennings (Hyde Park) Monika Curtis (North Adelaide)
Robert Brown (MiIlswood) Janis Sala (Holdfast Bay)
Robert Hamshere (Coromandel Valley) Jenny Haydon (Hyde Park)
Thank you to Kim Millhouse, Anne Woodhouse, Barry Jennings, Graeme Thomas, Jane West, Barry Haydon, Ansi Baumanis and Carolyn Cooper for assisting to run this event.