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)

30-31 March 2019 – Don Reyland Stars National Final

30-31 March 2019 – Don Reyland Stars National Final

Croquet New Zealand presents The Golf Croquet Don Reyland Stars Tournament to be held by Thames Valley Croquet Association at Morrinsville Croquet Club on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st March 2019 at 8:30am

Manager: Geoff Young, Ph: (07) 889 1322, Email: geoffyoung@xnet.co.nz

Headquarters: Morrinsville Croquet Club, Linden Street, Morrinsville 3300.

Catering: Any club house fees, up to $5 per day, will be charged to all competing players only for the days present.

Entries: Details of the Association Finalist to be sent to the Executive Director by Thursday 14th March 2019.

Entry Fees: $20 for the final. Clubs and Associations may charge a entry fee for club and association lead-up events.



1. All matches will be handicap singles games.

2. Time limits may apply.

3. This is the national final played under the auspices of Appendix 3(b) of the tournament regulations

4. Method of play will be decided after entries have been received. This decision will be based on providing a full Tournament’s play for competitors. Players will be notified at the start of the tournament which method of play is being used.

5. Nominal hoop dimensions will be set at the largest ball plus 1 /16 of an inch with an upward and downward tolerance of 1 /32 inch.

6. The Gold Star is awarded to the winner of the event 2017-18 – Laura Sutherland

7. Silver Star to the runner-up 2017-18 – Geoff Vautier