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Re: New handicaps for GC

 

Hi Jan,

I agree with you.  I have a mathematical background but I cannot see a lot of logic in this new system.  Also, when introducing a new system it would be nice if there was some better explanation of why it was changed.  eg if it was thought to be a good idea for players on handicaps of10 and greater not to lose index points when they lost a game, why has this been changed?  Has there been some analysis to determine that the previous system was not working?  If so, how about giving us an explanation.

One of my beefs with the handicap system is that, in terms of index points won or lost, there is no differentiation between a 7/6 win and a 7/1 or 7/0 win.  In my experience a 7/6 win or lose means that the two players are virtually equal and so shouldn't win or lose as many index points as they would with a 7/1 or 7/0 win.  It would not be difficult to include the winning margin (eg net points) into the index point calculation but I don't know whether this has been considered.

Any system can be improved and, although, as Peter(s) indicate, we will have to support this new system, I doesn't seem to be a 'perfect' system and so we should be able to suggest improvements.  I intend to be one of those who continues to ask 'silly' questions.

Cheers

Roger Evans


On 13/01/2017 6:48 AM, Jan Sage wrote:
I’m not sure we should blindly follow a SYSTEM that could be improved.
“The only silly question is the one that you do not ask”.
Jan Sage
 
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2017 12:22 AM
Subject: Re: [cnswplayers] New handicaps for GC
 
As far as I can see Peter, you have hit the proverbial nail on the head. I assume the CNSW tournament committee will advise us of the make-up of the divisions. Personally I liked the idea of players above 10 not losing points in play but its not in the rules so there it goes.
Not being the world's most advanced mathematician, I assume the "two steps" involved from 12 up has something to do with making the whole range sound great but not doing much at all. While I'm at it why have the minus numbers ? Surely these clever people who devised the scheme, could have made the scale suit 0 to 20 properly with all numerals in that range included. There ! I've said it and most probably put my big foot right in the middle of where it should not be. I dare say I am not the only one thinking that.  THE MAIN THING IS THAT WE HAVE A SYSTEM and we need to support it fully. So we all will need to just shrug off those silly questions and prepare to adopt it fully.
Peter Smith
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: New handicaps for GC
From: "Peter Freer" <pfreer@...>
Date: Mon, January 09, 2017 10:27 am
To: <cnswplayers@groups.io>
Cc: <national.handicapper@...>,
<handicaps@...>

Brenda et al – my reading of the revised Rule 16 that will apply from 3 April 2017 (see: https://croquet-australia.com.au/disciplines/golf-croquet/resources/gc-rule16-australian-version.pdf ) is that:
<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->there are no GC handicaps of 13, 15, 17 or 19 – the steps below 12 are in multiples of 2, so you go from 12 to 14, and 14 to 16 (see the revised trigger points on p4);
<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->everyone will now gain or lose points, including at either end of the range (which explains how someone might drop to 14 or 16); and
<!--[if !supportLists]-->·         <!--[endif]-->I gather that CNSW is likely to stick to the 3 existing GC Divisions ie Div 1 would now be -3 to 4; Div 2 stays 5 to 8; and Div 3 is 9 or higher (I suggest that anyone on more than GC 12 shouldn’t be playing GC Pennants until their handicap improves).  No doubt CNSW will confirm this before the 2017 GC Pennants entry closes…
 
Regards, peter
 
Peter Freer
Canberra CC
0412 178 254
 



Re: New handicaps for GC

Judy McCumstie
 

Hello everyone
Some extra thoughts on the new handicap system
Judy McCumstie
Jamberoo

Re: Wonderland

Wal Mills
 

Ah Yes, I remember, Queen of Hearts played there.
It's another variation for us to look at.
Not that I'm saying I agree nor disagree with the new system as it stands.
I tried to get ACA and CNSW to introduce a greater handicap range in 2013, but hit a brick wall.
Took the Pom's to get the ball rolling and good to see some action at last.
Wal


On 13/01/2017 7:26 PM, Judy McCumstie wrote:
Hello everyone
Some extra thoughts on the new handicap system
Judy McCumstie
Jamberoo
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Re: Wonderland

 

Interesting range of comments. From what I can gather, and I was in the UK last year playing under the new system, there have been no problems with the new system in the UK and it has been welcomed because it more aligns with the handicap range in AC. All the State Associations agreed with the ACA adopting the new system so best get used to it as musing about the possibility of tweaking it probably won't get much support. Portraying this as some Alice in Wonderland fantasy denigrates the work that people in the UK did over several years. 

On 13 January 2017 at 21:15, Wal Mills <walm@...> wrote:
Ah Yes, I remember, Queen of Hearts played there.
It's another variation for us to look at.
Not that I'm saying I agree nor disagree with the new system as it stands.
I tried to get ACA and CNSW to introduce a greater handicap range in 2013, but hit a brick wall.
Took the Pom's to get the ball rolling and good to see some action at last.
Wal


On 13/01/2017 7:26 PM, Judy McCumstie wrote:
Hello everyone
Some extra thoughts on the new handicap system
Judy McCumstie
Jamberoo


Re: Wonderland

Judy McCumstie
 

HelloSteve
Thank you for your reply. Actually I would really most like to know when details of the new system will reach the level of clubs. Also when will new handicap cards reach us?
From what we hear the system has already worked well in England. What we need here is the material to implement it at the local NSW club level.
Anything you could do to expedite this would certainly be appreciated.
Judy McCumstie

On 15 Jan 2017 11:16 pm, "Steve Thornton" <sthornton54@...> wrote:
Interesting range of comments. From what I can gather, and I was in the UK last year playing under the new system, there have been no problems with the new system in the UK and it has been welcomed because it more aligns with the handicap range in AC. All the State Associations agreed with the ACA adopting the new system so best get used to it as musing about the possibility of tweaking it probably won't get much support. Portraying this as some Alice in Wonderland fantasy denigrates the work that people in the UK did over several years. 

On 13 January 2017 at 21:15, Wal Mills <walm@...> wrote:
Ah Yes, I remember, Queen of Hearts played there.
It's another variation for us to look at.
Not that I'm saying I agree nor disagree with the new system as it stands.
I tried to get ACA and CNSW to introduce a greater handicap range in 2013, but hit a brick wall.
Took the Pom's to get the ball rolling and good to see some action at last.
Wal


On 13/01/2017 7:26 PM, Judy McCumstie wrote:
Hello everyone
Some extra thoughts on the new handicap system
Judy McCumstie
Jamberoo


Turf Management

 

Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer growing season. According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is enhanced. The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought, diseases and traffic. It almost sounds too good to be true. See: http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking should last longer. It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club

Re: Turf Management

Judy McCumstie
 

Hi Roger,
This stuff certainly sounds a magic brew! It will be interesting to aee if any other  roquet peop.e have used it.
Judy

Sent from Samsung tablet.

-------- Original message --------
From: Roger Evans <rfkevans@...>
Date: 29/01/2017 12:01 PM (GMT+10:00)
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Subject: [cnswplayers] Turf Management

Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply
a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer
growing season.  According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx
slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is
enhanced.  The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is
better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought,
diseases and traffic.  It almost sounds too good to be true. See:
http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo
Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking
should last longer.  It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through
the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting
quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be
interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the
claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club




Re: Turf Management

Alix Verge
 

Hi Roger,

I asked my chief groundsman at RSGC and he said Primo is a fabulous product that is widely used here and on most golf courses Sept to March. They do NOT use it in areas of high wear eg grass tennis courts and bowling greens as it inhibits regrowth too much but on feature lawns and surrounds of these areas they spray 750mm per hectare ..... but it can be diluted further to 300 per hectare and still have very noticeable effect. For lower concentrations they do not use iron fertilizer in the mix but do for the stronger because the downside is loss of colour - and lack of regrowth in high wear areas like corner 4 and rabbit runs. I asked if one could simply spray AROUND these areas but got only a non-committal nod ..... i think they operate over such large areas here that missing small patches to order is not in their mental agenda.

I hope this helps,

Alix (mob)
0400 825 920

AUSTRALIA: RESETTLING BOAT PEOPLE SINCE 1788


-------- Original message --------
From: Roger Evans <rfkevans@...>
Date:29/01/2017 12:01 PM (GMT+10:00)
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Cc:
Subject: [cnswplayers] Turf Management

Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply
a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer
growing season.  According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx
slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is
enhanced.  The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is
better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought,
diseases and traffic.  It almost sounds too good to be true. See:
http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo
Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking
should last longer.  It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through
the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting
quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be
interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the
claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club




Re: Turf Management

John Eddes
 

Roger,

The green keeper at Tempe uses this product during the rapid growing season particularly and was probably applying the second application this summer today. He agrees with the claimed benefits and these are evident at Tempe although reducing rabbit runs is a bit problematic. I  do not know the dilution he uses. It reduces frequency of mowing and reduces cut grass that in some clubs is difficult to dispose of.

If you wish to talk to our green keeper let me know.

John Eddes


On 30/01/2017 11:16 AM, Alix Verge wrote:
Hi Roger,

I asked my chief groundsman at RSGC and he said Primo is a fabulous product that is widely used here and on most golf courses Sept to March. They do NOT use it in areas of high wear eg grass tennis courts and bowling greens as it inhibits regrowth too much but on feature lawns and surrounds of these areas they spray 750mm per hectare ..... but it can be diluted further to 300 per hectare and still have very noticeable effect. For lower concentrations they do not use iron fertilizer in the mix but do for the stronger because the downside is loss of colour - and lack of regrowth in high wear areas like corner 4 and rabbit runs. I asked if one could simply spray AROUND these areas but got only a non-committal nod ..... i think they operate over such large areas here that missing small patches to order is not in their mental agenda.

I hope this helps,

Alix (mob)
0400 825 920

AUSTRALIA: RESETTLING BOAT PEOPLE SINCE 1788


-------- Original message --------
From: Roger Evans <rfkevans@...>
Date:29/01/2017 12:01 PM (GMT+10:00)
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Cc:
Subject: [cnswplayers] Turf Management

Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply
a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer
growing season.  According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx
slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is
enhanced.  The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is
better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought,
diseases and traffic.  It almost sounds too good to be true. See:
http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo
Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking
should last longer.  It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through
the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting
quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be
interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the
claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club





Re: Turf Management

 

Hi John and Alex,

Thanks for the feedback on the use of Primo Maxx. I got the tip from the Kiama Golf Club Greenkeepers and they have claimed, as do the makers, 'Syngenta' that, apart from inhibiting vertical growth, it enhances horizontal growth and thus helps the turf withstand stresses, including (foot) traffic (and presumably, croquet ball) wear.  I specifically asked whether it would slow the recovery from wear in the hoops and was advised that, because it promotes horizontal growth, if anything it should improve the recovery time of wear through the hoops. 

I doubt whether we will reduce our mowing frequency but if it could extend the period between needing to line mark it would be an advantage (we currently have to mark lines fortnightly in the summer).  Having less grass clippings to dispose of would also be an advantage.  Anyway we will give it a try, perhaps just on two lawns so that we can use the third one for reference.   Incidentally, Syngenta and 'Living Turf' recommend between 15 to 60 ml per 1000 square metres (ie approx. one croquet lawn) for hybrid couch grass so we will start midway at about 40 ml per 1000 SqM. (which is comparable with what Alix indicates is used at RSGC)

Cheers

Roger Evans


On 30/01/2017 12:28 PM, John Eddes wrote:

Roger,

The green keeper at Tempe uses this product during the rapid growing season particularly and was probably applying the second application this summer today. He agrees with the claimed benefits and these are evident at Tempe although reducing rabbit runs is a bit problematic. I  do not know the dilution he uses. It reduces frequency of mowing and reduces cut grass that in some clubs is difficult to dispose of.

If you wish to talk to our green keeper let me know.

John Eddes


On 30/01/2017 11:16 AM, Alix Verge wrote:
Hi Roger,

I asked my chief groundsman at RSGC and he said Primo is a fabulous product that is widely used here and on most golf courses Sept to March. They do NOT use it in areas of high wear eg grass tennis courts and bowling greens as it inhibits regrowth too much but on feature lawns and surrounds of these areas they spray 750mm per hectare ..... but it can be diluted further to 300 per hectare and still have very noticeable effect. For lower concentrations they do not use iron fertilizer in the mix but do for the stronger because the downside is loss of colour - and lack of regrowth in high wear areas like corner 4 and rabbit runs. I asked if one could simply spray AROUND these areas but got only a non-committal nod ..... i think they operate over such large areas here that missing small patches to order is not in their mental agenda.

I hope this helps,

Alix (mob)
0400 825 920

AUSTRALIA: RESETTLING BOAT PEOPLE SINCE 1788


-------- Original message --------
From: Roger Evans <rfkevans@...>
Date:29/01/2017 12:01 PM (GMT+10:00)
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Cc:
Subject: [cnswplayers] Turf Management

Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply
a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer
growing season.  According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx
slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is
enhanced.  The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is
better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought,
diseases and traffic.  It almost sounds too good to be true. See:
http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo
Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking
should last longer.  It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through
the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting
quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be
interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the
claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club






Re: Turf Management

Margaret Sawers
 


Can anyone tell me where you get this stuff? how much does it cost?
is it a liquid or powder?
Sounds like a good thing, I have talked to our green keeper and he would like to know more about it.
I looked at the web site and when I clicked on contact us I got an American phone number. Is there some where in Australia to contact?
Margaret


----- Original Message -----
From:
cnswplayers@groups.io

To:
<cnswplayers@groups.io>
Cc:

Sent:
Sun, 29 Jan 2017 12:01:53 +1100
Subject:
[cnswplayers] Turf Management


Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply
a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer
growing season. According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx
slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is
enhanced. The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is
better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought,
diseases and traffic. It almost sounds too good to be true. See:
http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo
Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking
should last longer. It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through
the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting
quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be
interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the
claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club




Re: Turf Management

 

Hi Margaret,

We got the Primo Maxx from a company called 'Living Turf' in Sydney (Marrickville).  Primo Maxx is in Liquid form and needs to be diluted considerably before spraying. 

Living Turf is a specialist turf management organisation who can provide technical advice and a full range of turf products (Fertilisers, Herbicides, fungicides, insecticides etc).  They can also do soil testing to check whether the chemical composition of the soil is suitable for whatever turf is being used.  From the soil testing they will recommend what fertiliser and in what quantities it should be applied to correct any deficiencies.  We have been getting our soil tested every 2 to 3 years.

The Tech Rep for our area is Miles Payne and you can get him on 0407 100 909

Cheers

Roger


On 5/02/2017 1:30 PM, Margaret Sawers wrote:

Can anyone tell me where you get this stuff? how much does it cost?
is it a liquid or powder?
Sounds like a good thing, I have talked to our green keeper and he would like to know more about it.
I looked at the web site and when I clicked on contact us I got an American phone number. Is there some where in Australia to contact?
Margaret

----- Original Message -----

To:
<cnswplayers@groups.io>
Cc:

Sent:
Sun, 29 Jan 2017 12:01:53 +1100
Subject:
[cnswplayers] Turf Management


Hi Croquet Greenkeepers,

A couple of our colleague golf club greenkeepers have suggested we apply
a growth regulator called Primo Maxx to our lawns during the summer
growing season. According to the manufacturer, (Syngenta) Primo Maxx
slows vertical shoot growth while lateral and below ground growth is
enhanced. The benefits claimed are a denser, healthier turf that is
better able to withstand a variety of stresses including heat, drought,
diseases and traffic. It almost sounds too good to be true. See:
http://www.greencastonline.com/product/primo-maxx-plant-growth-regulator/overview/turf


If the claimed benefits are achieved for a croquet lawn the use of Primo
Maxx should mean less frequent mowing or, at least, the line marking
should last longer. It also should reduce lawn wear, particular through
the hoops (where we tend to get rabbit runs) and at the GC starting
quadrant.

At Jamberoo we intend to give this product a try but we would be
interested in whether any other clubs have used it and, if so, have the
claimed benefits been achieved in practice on a croquet lawn?

Cheers

Roger Evans

Jamberoo Croquet Club





GC Opens & Patrons AC - entries now open

Peter Freer
 

On-line entry is now available for the:

·         Australian Golf Croquet Opens (6-14 May in Melb – closing date 20 April)

·         Patron’s Trophy (10-12 June in Brisbane – closing date 1 June)

 

At: https://croquet-australia.com.au/tournaments including fliers for all events

 

Regards, peter

 

Peter Freer

ACA Events

0412 178 254

 

GC Open Singles & Doubles - entries close cob Thurs 20 April

Peter Freer
 

Just a reminder that entry (on-line at: https://croquet-australia.com.au/tournaments including fliers) for the Australian Golf Croquet Opens (6-14 May in Melb) closes cob this Thurs, 20 April!!

 

Regards, peter

 

Peter Freer

ACA Events

0412 178 254

 

Re: GC Open Singles & Doubles - entries close cob Thurs 20 April

Judy McCumstie
 

Thanks for the reminder Peter. I'll let all know at Jamberoo tomorrow. We would like to take up your offer to referee at Jamberoo on 24th. See you then..oh, we will be happy to do lunch for you all then.
Regards,
Judy



Sent from Samsung tablet.

-------- Original message --------
From: Peter Freer <pfreer@...>
Date: 18/04/2017 7:09 PM (GMT+10:00)
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Subject: [cnswplayers] GC Open Singles & Doubles - entries close cob Thurs 20 April

Just a reminder that entry (on-line at: https://croquet-australia.com.au/tournaments including fliers) for the Australian Golf Croquet Opens (6-14 May in Melb) closes cob this Thurs, 20 April!!

 

Regards, peter

 

Peter Freer

ACA Events

0412 178 254

 

Quadway hoops and new balls

Kaye Martin
 

Hullo All

At Coogee we are starting to make noises about acquiring Quadway hoops as well as new balls.

It is my understanding that several Clubs have already travelled this path.

So based on your experience, could anyone give me ANY information at all that might be of assistance, eg suppliers, costs, what accessories to buy or not to buy? No point in us re-inventing the wheel.

Would appreciate your comments / advice.

Kind regards
Kaye Martin
Honorary Secretary
Coogee Croquet Club

Re: Quadway hoops and new balls

Wendy Fothergill
 

 Kaye
I can give you these details when you visit Sydney Club tomorrow as we have now ordered two sets.
One set is already in use, the other set is on the way (may even be here by now).
Wendy

Sent: Thursday, 18 May 2017 3:46 PM
Subject: [cnswplayers] Quadway hoops and new balls

Hullo All

At Coogee we are starting to make noises about acquiring Quadway hoops as well as new balls.

It is my understanding that several Clubs have already travelled this path.

So based on your experience, could anyone give me ANY information at all that might be of assistance, eg suppliers, costs, what accessories to buy or not to buy? No point in us re-inventing the wheel.

Would appreciate your comments / advice.

Kind regards
Kaye Martin
Honorary Secretary
Coogee Croquet Club

Virus-free. www.avast.com

Re: Quadway hoops and new balls

Alix Verge
 

Phone me Kaye



Alix (mob)
0400 825 920

AUSTRALIA: RESETTLING BOAT PEOPLE SINCE 1788


-------- Original message --------
From: Kaye Martin <kayemartin1905@...>
Date: 18/05/2017 3:46 PM (GMT+10:00)
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Subject: [cnswplayers] Quadway hoops and new balls

Hullo All

At Coogee we are starting to make noises about acquiring Quadway hoops as well as new balls.

It is my understanding that several Clubs have already travelled this path.

So based on your experience, could anyone give me ANY information at all that might be of assistance, eg suppliers, costs, what accessories to buy or not to buy? No point in us re-inventing the wheel.

Would appreciate your comments / advice.

Kind regards
Kaye Martin
Honorary Secretary
Coogee Croquet Club

Re: Quadway hoops and new balls

Kaye Martin
 

 Thank you Wendy
Regards
Kaye Martin
Honorary Secretary
Coogee Croquet Club


-----Original Message-----
From: wfotherg@...
Sent: Thu, 18 May 2017 15:50:16 +1000
To: cnswplayers@groups.io
Subject: Re: [cnswplayers] Quadway hoops and new balls

 Kaye
I can give you these details when you visit Sydney Club tomorrow as we have now ordered two sets.
One set is already in use, the other set is on the way (may even be here by now).
Wendy

Sent: Thursday, 18 May 2017 3:46 PM
Subject: [cnswplayers] Quadway hoops and new balls

Hullo All

At Coogee we are starting to make noises about acquiring Quadway hoops as well as new balls.

It is my understanding that several Clubs have already travelled this path.

So based on your experience, could anyone give me ANY information at all that might be of assistance, eg suppliers, costs, what accessories to buy or not to buy? No point in us re-inventing the wheel.

Would appreciate your comments / advice.

Kind regards
Kaye Martin
Honorary Secretary
Coogee Croquet Club

Virus-free. www.avast.com

Re: Quadway hoops and new balls

Mary Gibson
 

Dear Kaye

Ray Atkins Quadway Hoops are on the internet.  Just Google Quadway Hoops and all the information, costs etc are there.  Mosman agonised for a time about purchasing them but we can only say that they are an improvement on the old hoops and we are happy with them.

Incidentally, and more importantly, I believe you can get a grant to pay for them.  I suggest your local Council, your local RSL Club, or Grants from the Department of Sport & Recreation.  If you would like a chat please call me on 9904.1720.

Sincerely
Mary Gibson
Secretary
Mosman Croquet Club


On 18 May 2017, at 3:50 pm, Wendy Fothergill <wfotherg@...> wrote:

 Kaye
I can give you these details when you visit Sydney Club tomorrow as we have now ordered two sets.
One set is already in use, the other set is on the way (may even be here by now).
Wendy

Sent: Thursday, 18 May 2017 3:46 PM
Subject: [cnswplayers] Quadway hoops and new balls

Hullo All

At Coogee we are starting to make noises about acquiring Quadway hoops as well as new balls.

It is my understanding that several Clubs have already travelled this path.

So based on your experience, could anyone give me ANY information at all that might be of assistance, eg suppliers, costs, what accessories to buy or not to buy? No point in us re-inventing the wheel.

Would appreciate your comments / advice.

Kind regards
Kaye Martin
Honorary Secretary
Coogee Croquet Club

Virus-free. www.avast.com