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12 February 2021
The February CNSW Newsletter is now available. Visit the Newsletter page...
10 January 2021
The January CNSW Newsletter is now available. Visit the Newsletter page...
14 December 2020
The December CNSW Newsletter is now available. Visit the Newsletter page...
7 November 2020
The November CNSW Newsletter is now available. Visit the Newsletter page...
7 November 2020
Our next Workshop is on Lawn Maintenance, to be held Wednesday Dec 2 at 6pm via ZOOM. Bookings for the workshop to
7 November 2020
Croquet NSW is calling for nominations for the Croquet NSW Golden Mallet Award 2020, to be sent to our by 27 November. See November Newsletter.
1 November 2020
As foreshadowed at the AGM, CNSW has been working on a revised constitution, recognising the earlier feedback received from clubs. As a result the structure of the constitution has been redesigned to reflect the fact that CNSW is an association of clubs. Please read the Exposure Draft CNSW Constitution and explanatory memorandum, and provide your feedback by November 30.
15 October 2020
The October CNSW Newsletter is now available. Visit the Newsletter page...
13 October 2020
Following the recent AGM there have been a number of new appointments. Visit the Contact page...
31 August 2020
The CNSW 2020 Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 19th September. How will this year's AGM be different?
16 August 2020
Applications for the 2021 Croquet Australia Scholarship Program are now open. Details...
16 August 2020
EOIs for appointment as the Australian Member of the WCF AC Laws Committee are invited. Details...
10 August 2020
The July/August CNSW Newsletter is now available. Visit the Newsletter page...
16 April 2020
The CNSW Strategic Plan for 2020-23 is now available. Visit the Governance page...
20 November 2019
The AC Gold and Silver Handicap Singles was played at Tempe on 18-20th November.

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14 November 2019
The AC Bronze Handicap Singles was played at Tempe on 13th November.

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6 October 2019
The Office of Sport has released this video in a new series that illustrate the important role Member Protection Information Officers (MPIOs) play in sporting clubs and associations across NSW. MPIOs are valuable in improving the experience of members, if you are interested in being a part of the MPIO network there are courses running across the State in October - see details. If you want to contact an MPIO the CNSW Complaints Officer, John Bartrop, can assist - see the Contacts page... See also a new Member Protection and Complaint Handling section in the Resources page...
2 October 2020
Register now for Workshops via Zoom on October 14th and November 4th. Details...
2 October 2019
The WCF's AC Laws Committee has released for comment a consultation draft of the 7th Edition of the AC Laws. Details...