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Rich river croquet

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November 03, 2017

RICH River golf croquet pennant team had a bye last week, receiving no points and slipping from second on the ladder to third.

Croquet

RICH River golf croquet pennant team had a bye last week, receiving no points and slipping from second on the ladder to third.

Last Saturday the club played King Ball, a game bringing together elements of both association croquet and golf croquet.

Sixteen members competed, enjoying the fun in the sun. The winner was Ian Grant, with Russell Smyth coming second.

On Thursday, October 26, 10 players competed in doubles/singles play. Russell Smyth won, with Jim Gunn in second place.

Eleven members played singles last Tuesday, the winner being Dianne Smyth with Russell Smyth runner-up.

The club will be playing each Sunday during November and is welcoming interested people to join.

Be there by 12.30pm, wear flat-soled shoes and a sun hat, and be prepared to learn a game that can be fun and strategic.

The charge for adults is $6, and there is no charge for students. The courts are behind the bowling greens at Rich River Golf Club Resort.

Club play has now returned to summer playing times. Names need to be in by 9am for 9.30am play.

Small bore

Kyabram small bore scores for October 26

Prone: Vin Anderson (191.7), Jeff Newham (185.3), Izac Ferguson (183.3), David Pettifer (183.2), Codi Ferguson (141)

Benchrest: Ian Puckey (245.8), Vin Anderson (244.13), Scott Tonkin (243.9), Bernie Noonan (242.8), Simon Noonan (242.6), Ang DeCicco (241.8), Greg Orr (240.4), Peter Ferguson (238.3), David Pettifer (237.4), Jeff Newhamn (230.4).

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