Don Partitions received the Croquet New Zealand 3+ golf croquet championships at Levin on the weekend.
Taranaki participant Don Partitions received the highest 4 competitors on the Croquet New Zealand 3+ golf croquet championships at a brand new venue in Levin.
The Levin Croquet Membership’s croquet lawns at Speldhurst Nation Property hosted its first Croquet New Zealand event from on the weekend.
The membership moved from central Levin to its new website at Speldhurst simply south of Levin a couple of years in the past and has been progressively getting its lawns to the usual wanted for a nationwide event.
The event, for 16 gamers on golf croquet handicaps of three and above, attracted gamers from Auckland, South Taranaki, Hawke’s Bay, Manawatū-Whanganui and Wellington.
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Over the primary two days there was a round-robin to find out the highest eight and backside eight gamers.
There was then a knockout of best-of-three-game matches, whereas the remainder performed one another in single video games.
The highest 4 competitors was received by Partitions from the Park membership in Hāwera with a straight-games 7-5, 7-3 win within the remaining over Ian Poole (Heretaunga, Havelock North).
Each are quickly enhancing gamers who’ve been taking part in for lower than three years.
The third place playoff was received by Richard Pintor (additionally from the Park membership) over Melba Scott of Takapuna.
Levin member Doug Van Belle completed fifth in his first golf croquet singles competitors after a croquet profession taking part in solely the longer affiliation croquet model.
Levin’s Neville Lapthorne was unbeaten in his seven video games within the backside eight competitors to complete ninth total.
The lawns and amenities at Levin membership justified Croquet New Zealand’s resolution so as to add the venue to its checklist for tournaments and the membership and Croquet Manawatū-Whanganui is more likely to host extra tournaments there.