NZ Hall of Fame

  • Arthur Ross

    Arthur Ross Born: 12th October 1895:        Died 23rd May 1975 Inducted into the World Croquet Federation Hall of Fame […]

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  • Roger Murfitt

    Roger commenced playing as a schoolboy at the Hornby Croquet club in Canterbury where his mother was a member.  He […]

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  • Clarry La Roche

    Clarence La Roche was born in 1895, the seventh child of John Henry La Roche and Jane Catt.  Clarry, also […]

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  • Jean Jarden

    Born:  1907                   Died  1983 Inducted into the World Croquet Federation Hall of Fame in 2015  Mrs Jean Jarden, nee […]

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  • Graeme Roberts

    Inducted into the World Croquet Federation Hall of Fame in 2013 Member of the World Croquet Federation International Laws Committee […]

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  • Margaret Claughton

    Margaret (nee Claughton) Rowling commenced playing croquet in the 1940’s at the Hastings Croquet club where she was likely to […]

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  • Allan Anderson

      Started playing croquet at Barry Memorial Croquet Club  in 1966 whilst at High School in Gisborne.   Attended first […]

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  • Keith Izard

    Keith Izard’s croquet achievements are inextricably linked to the establishment of the Khandallah Croquet Club in Wellington.  A recent celebration […]

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  • Steve Jones

    CROQUET PROFILE – Steve Jones   Updated August 2016                                                 Year started playing croquet:                        1957                 Age:               65 Year started […]

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  • Rene Watkins

    Mrs C.A. “Rene” Watkins, nee Serena Eliza Bishop, was born in 1897.  She married Clem Watkins in 1915.  In 1938, […]

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  • Jenny Clarke (nee Williams)

    Jenny Clarke’s path to playing croquet was a circuitous one. She played cricket at Oxford University (1995-1999) and started playing […]

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  • Chris Clarke

    Teachers have been known to be influential in the lives of youth. Sometimes that influence extends beyond the classroom. When […]

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