Jenny Clarke has been inducted into the World Croquet Federation’s Hall of Fame.
After starting her playing career in the 1990’s while studying at Oxford University in the UK, Jenny has become one of the greatest female players to ever play croquet.
Jenny has won numerous open and women’s domestic titles in New Zealand, Australia and the UK and has won several World Championships including the 2012 Women’s AC Championship and being a part of the New Zealand teams that won the 2014 MacRobertson Shield and 2016 Openshaw Trophy.
With so much success, it is understandable that Jenny has regularly been ranked the number 1 female player in both AC and GC over the past 15 years.
World Croquet Federation 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Jenny Clarke (New Zealand) – the most successful woman croquet player at both codes.
Bob Alman (USA) – croquet promoter and organiser.
Jose Alvarez-Sala (Spain) – Founder and developer of the Federacion Espanol de Croquet.
Salah Hassan (Egypt) – Gold Croquet World Champion and Over-50 World Champion.
Chris Hudson (England) – Croquet promoter and first Secretary-General of WCF.
To read the full citations of the 2020 WCF Hall of Fame Inductees, click here.
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