There are nearly 70 croquet clubs across NSW and the ACT with over 3000 playing members. Clubs have regular playing days and welcome people interested in learning to play.
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ABOUT CROQUET NSW
Croquet NSW (CNSW) is an incorporated body with its primary objectives to conduct, encourage, promote, advance and administer the sport of croquet throughout NSW and at all times act on behalf of and in the interest of its members and the sport in NSW.
CNSW is administered by a Board of Directors and operates under a Constitution document. Currently there are nearly 70 clubs across NSW & the ACT. NSW, with more than 3000 members, has the most members of any State.
Croquet is a game that can be played by people from 9 to 90 years young. It can be played equally well by men and women and provides moderate levels of physical exercise with a fair amount of mental stimulation. It has been recommended by the American Heart Association for its cardiovascular benefits.
Each of the Croquet codes, Association, Golf, Ricochet and Gateball, involve skill in hitting a ball, running hoops and developing tactics to outwit the opposition. Croquet can be a 'no holds barred' battle on grass, as each team attempts to 'win' more hoops than their opponent - but in a very civilized way.