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Narooma Croquet Results

It was a week for participation in the croquet games by some visitors to Narooma, so boosting the numbers involved and providing stiff competition, in both association and golf croquet, to the regular players. Jean Phillips was the local who held her own and figured in three winning games. The guest players put some classic ‘jump shots’ on display and included:-

• Graham Innocent from Forster, NSW and his spectator sister Janet from England.

• Margaret McMaster (figuring in three winning games) and Denny Reidy, both from Toronto, NSW.

• Lance Neubaur from Maryborough, QLD (figuring in three winning games).

The results were:

Association Croquet, Saturday 21 September 2019:

John Gerrard 16 def Pearl Hanson 6

Kathy Hoyer 16 def Marlene Gerrard 7

Janet Jones 26 def Graham Innocent 20 (great game!!)

Golf Croquet, Thursday 26 September 2019:

Jean Phillips & Lance Neubaur 7 def Sally McGourty & Fay O’Connor 2

Margaret McMaster & Christine Stent 7 def Denny Reidy & Louise Starkie 3

Pearl Hanson & Len Favier 7 def Janet Jones & Delma Taylor 4

Lance Neubaur & Margaret McMaster 7 def Christine Stent & Sally McGourty 3

Denny Reidy & Jean Phillips 7 def Fay O,Connor & Louise Starkie 6

Janet Jones & Len Favier 7 def Pearl Hanson & Delma Taylor 1

Janet Jones & Lance Neubaur 7 def Louise Starkie & Denny Reidy 1

Jean Phillips & Fay O,Connor 7 def Christine Stent & Pearl Hanson 6

Margaret McMaster & Sally McGourty 7 def Delma Taylor & Len Favier 5

Denny Reidy & Lance Neubaur 7 def Louise Starkie & Janet Jones




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