Welcome to Bath Croquet Club

The winter season is well underway with good attendances when the weather allows. The club's main Summer season starts on Saturday 28 March 2020. There will be a Charity Open Afternoon on Saturday 25 April for which members of the public are invited to come along to try their hand at croquet and support a local charity. A Beginners Learn to Play Croquet course will also be held over three weeks commencing Saturday 2 May 2020.
If you want to find out more information on Croquet, the Open Afternoon, Beginners Course or Bath Croquet Club, please see the contact page for details on how to contact us. Enquiries from guests, groups and new members are always welcomed.

Good Away Win for GC Handicap NE Team

July 1st 2019

The clubs GC NE division team travelled to Swindon to face the unbeaten league leaders.After a poor start in the doubles matches the team came back in the morning singles to be 9-7 up at lunch. In the last round in the afternoon the team won both singles and one of the doubles to win

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Double Success for B League Team

July 1st 2019

The B league team travelled to Kington Langley . The team were 2-0 down at lunch but fought back in the afternoon with singles wins for Tony Jackson, Mike Henebury and Timothy Cantell to win 3-2. The teams next match was at home to Bears of Rodborough. In the morning the doubles team of Lynne

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East Midlands AC Championships

July 1st 2019

Daniel Gott competed in the East Midlands AC Championships at Nottingham. In the Draw section Daniel won his first match against current world No.14 David Maugham 26-0TP before losing 14-26TPO to Paddy Chapman of New Zealand (world No.7). In the Process section of the competition Daniel beat Adrian Kirby 26-7 before losing to Mark Suter(

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British Open GC Championships

July 1st 2019

Harry Dodge finished third in his block, behind Reg Bamford and Ian Burridge, to reach the last 16 of the British Open GC Championships where he was beaten 2-1 (4-7, 7-6, 4-7) by Jenny Clarke of New Zealand. In the Bowl competition Harry beat Lionel Tibble 6-7, 7-5, 7-5 to reach the final, losing to

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Parkstone Team turn tables on Nailsea

July 1st 2019

After losing at home to Nailsea 2-3 last weekend in the Parkstone Trophy, Bath travelled for the return fixture on Saturday and exacted revenge with a 5-0 victory. The team was Roger Hayes, John Grimshaw and Philip de Glanville. Roger had some initial difficulty with the hoops in the morning, but ultimately both he and

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