The Geraldton Croquet Club Annual Tournament was held from 8th - 11th August 2015. Visitors came from Cambridge, Moorabinda, Dunsborough and Fremantle Croquet Clubs and enjoyed a well-run tournament in Geraldton.
Four competitions were held:
- Golf Croquet Level Play Singles,
- Golf Croquet Handicap Singles,
- Golf Croquet Handicap Doubles, and
- Association Croquet Advanced Handicap Singles.
The Golf Croquet Level Play Singles, Block A was won by Max Woolf pictured below receiving his prize from Club Patron Beryl Scott. The runner up Kay Chynoweth is pictured below (centre) lining up a shot during the competition. At right below is Paul Dodson who came third in Block A.
The Golf Croquet Level Play Singles, Block B was won byMaureen Edwards pictured below, left. Runner-up was Owen Keane pictured receiving his prize from club patron Beryl Scott.
The Golf Croquet Handicap Singles
Block A was won by Paul Dodson, pictured below, left. The runner up was Brian Hadley pictured at right, below.
Block B was won by Paul Christmass, pictured below, left. The runner up was Eleanor Roberts pictured at right, below.
The Golf Croquet Handicap Doubles was won by Kay Chynoweth and Paul Christmass pictured at left, below. The runners up were John Jury and Margaret Stokes pictured below right.
The Association Croquet Advanced Handicap Singles was won by Geraldton Croquet Club President, Trevor Hansen, pictured below left. Runner-up was Geraldton Croquet Club Captain Ann Bunter pictured at right, below..
A presentation celebration was held on Saturday evening where the Golf results were announced.There was another presentation for the Association players at an afternoon tea on Tuesday afternoon
The raffle was drawn on Sunday evening. The winners were Maureen Nanson, Laureen Lutz and Paul Dodson. The Geraldton Croquet club is very grateful to the following Geraldton businesses for their generous donations to the raffle which was very successful.
At the presentation the Club President and Club Captain thanked the many people who had worked to make the tournament a success, referees, people who dressed the courts, arranged morning and afternoon teas, fetched and served lunches etc. A special thanks went to Ann Bunter for managing the tournament so well.