With the nights drawing in, the evening sessions at Albury have been withdrawn. There are 20 sessions at Albury and one session at Crathes available each week until 21st September. A reduced program is then organised until early October
Its encouraging to see so many of our members playing at both Albury and Crathes. To comply with Government guidelines a maximum of 4 players can play in each Session.
Competitive croquet is returning to Edinburgh during the month with 3 events taking place at The Meadows and Balgreen.
Please remember to book on the Calendar.
Aberdeen and Crathes Croquet Club, originally called Crathes Croquet Club when it joined the Scottish Croquet Association (SCA) in 2014, is dedicated to promoting BOTH Association and Golf Croquet. We play on the picturesque lawn at Crathes Castle, Banchory, courtesy of the National Trust for Scotland, and at the Albury Outdoor Sports Centre, Ferryhill, Aberdeen, courtesy of Sport Aberdeen and Albury Outdoor Sports Centre. Thanks to both for their continuing support in 202
Club membership stands at 32 men and women of all ages. Our Club Coach, Bill Strachan assisted by John Owen, can offer a coaching programme to cater for both the competitive and social player.
ACCC is strongly committed to the development of both Association and Golf Croquet in the North East of Scotland.
New Members are always welcome. Croquet offers an interesting outdoor activity in the Summer months. It is a game of skill and strategy, angles, tactics and guile. The handicap system allows people to play successfully at all levels. Want to have a taster session? Contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Croquet is played in 28 countries around the world. The Association Croquet World Championship was held in Victoria, Australia in February. The 2020 Champion is Reg Bamford from South Africa. This is his 5th world title, having first won in 2001.
The 2019 Golf Croquet World Champion is Ben Rothman from the USA