6th Women's World Golf Croquet Championships hosted by Croquet Hawke's Bay 2-9 February 2019
All the Players and some of the Organising Committee, Managers & Tournament Director


This photo was taken by Willy Ransfield of Design Studio who made the scoreboards. He framed it and donated it with the instructions that it be auctioned at the Presentation Dinner with the proceeds to go to Cranford Hospice. The winning bid was from the Heretaunga Croquet Club for $750.

NZ Players and Officials - 6th Women's World Golf Croquet Championships hosted by Croquet Hawke's Bay 2-9 February 2019.

Left to right: Jenny Clarke (Canterbury) Ashley Cooke (Bay of Plenty) Helen Reeves (Hawkes Bay) John Christie (Tournament Director Thames Valley) Sue Truman (Waikato King Country) Ann Sharp (Otago) Phyllis Young (Thames Valley) Moya Lewis (Taranaki) Eleanor Ross (Nelson) Pat Anderton (Counties Manukau) Marion Taylor (Auckland) Sally Cole (Auckland) Dallas Cooke (Bay of Plenty) Sonya Sedgwick (Hawkes Bay) Geoff Young (Manager Thames Valley)
Sue Roberts (Bay of Plenty) Annie Henry (Nelson)

Results

New Zealand croquet players have constantly performed well on the international stage.  This page acknowledges some of the highest acheiving individuals and teams.

 

2018 completed World Championships:

AC World Championships held in Wellington, New Zealand won by Paddy Chapman (NZL).  Greg Bryant also reached the quarter-finals.

 

 

2017 completed World Championships:

GC World Championships held in Melbourne, Australia won by Reg Bamford (ZAF).  Felix Webby reached the semi-finals.  John Christie and Jenny Clarke both reached the quarter-finals.

U21 GC World Championships held in Melbourne, Australia won by Felix Webby (NZL).  George Coulter reached the final. Josh Freeth reached the semi-finals.  Lachland Hughes, Angus Coulter and Edmund Fordyce all reached the quarter-finals.

 

2016 completed World Championships:

AC World Championships held in Florida, USA won by Stephen Mulliner (ENG).  Paddy Chapman and Jenny Clarke both reached the quarter-finals.

GC World Team Championship Tier 1 held in Surbiton, England won by New Zealand.  The New Zealand team included Chris Clarke, Jenny Clarke, Duncan Dixon and Philip Drew.