Croquet World Record Day – Winners

This event was held at North Adelaide Croquet Club Sunday 28th March.

10.00am Roqueting 4 Balls – Heath Jackson and Paul Wahlstedt had to have a playoff; both recoded the same number of roquets. Heath Jackson won the playoff with 33 roquets.

10.00am – 13 Hoops with Lowest Score – Robert Brown with 30 strokes.
11.00am– Longest Hoop – Peter Woodward 9 metres.
11.00am– Longest Jump Shot – Peter Martyniuk 7 metres.
12.00  – Roqueting 4 Balls – Anne Woodhouse with 23 roquets.
1.00pm – World Record 21 Yard Roquets in 3 minutes – Julianne Jago with 11 Roquets.

Raffle Winner  –   Ticket Number – Purple E47           Name – Philip Hadley
Raffle 2nd Place –  Ticket Number –  Apricot M28       Name – Hanne Damgaend

Ansi Baumanis SACA Vice-President presenting Julianne Jago the certificate and prize for the most 21 Yard roquets in 3 minutes.

 

Golf Croquet SA Bronze Medal

This event was played in perfect weather conditions at Hutt Road on the Adelaide Cup long weekend.

The format was Best of Three games to make up a match. This was new to all the players, but they quickly caught on and handled it well.

After one days play and 2 matches it was remarkably close between Colin Broom and Jan Sala of Holdfast Bay, with only one hoop separating them.

Day two saw Colin in the lead with 3 match wins and Sara Kendrick now closely chasing him after the withdrawal of one of the players.

The final day was great, both matches in play went to the third game. Colin Broom maintained his lead to be the SA GC Bronze Medalist for 2021 and Sara Kendrick of Aldinga Bay the runner -up. Every player won at least one match, showing how close the competition was.

Thanks to Brighton CC for managing the event and providing referees.

 

Golf Croquet 2020 Presentation Day

This event was held at Hyde Park on Saturday 13th February 2021.

Heath Jackson, GC Director conducted the presentations with the help of many people, including Di Helier and Bernie Pfitzner with Pennants, Medals and Certificates. Barry Haydon and a team of people from Hyde Park completing multiple tasks ranging from room set-up, COVID-19 marshaling, beverage stations and post presentation game organisation, and Trevor Lapham from North Adelaide taking photos, which should be on the SACA Website by now. Karen Magee also helped with organising and running the day.

Heath welcomed people, recognized the traditional custodians, and thanked the many volunteers that ensure the smooth running of SACA GC Croquet.

The presentations were distributed, and photos taken. (click here)