Full bracket for the 2016 USCA Championship Flight Singles held October 9-15, 2016 at the National Croquet Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. Brian Cumming took the title with a 26-17 win over Stephen Morgan. Morgan had advanced with a 26-8 win over Derek Wassink.
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Three players are still alive and battling for the 2016 USCA Championship Flight National Championship title -- Brian Cumming, Derrek Wassink and Stephen Morgan. Wassink and Morgan will face off at 2:30 p.m. eastern with the winner taking on Brian Cumming at 4:15 p.m. It looks like the Wassink/Morgan winner would have to win twice to snatch the title from Cumming. Full bracket results:
The playoff bracket and plate bracket for the 2016 USCA Nationals Championship Flight:
Checking in on the big stories for the week ...
2016 AC WORLDS: The website for the 2016 WCF AC World Championship is available at:
USCA AGM IN MARCH: The 2016 USCA Annual General Meeting, which will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday March 19, 2016 at the National Croquet Center. A summery of the minutes of last year’s meeting is also included.
The USCA announced the following winners for the 2012 Selection Eights Association event:
Evidently, there is a loser's bracket that works back in here. I won't speculate on that, but here is how the winner's side looks:
Getting word now that this bracket may not be valid ... it appears that there may be a loser bracket that plays back in.
Twenty-nine of the United States best six-wicket croquet players will go to battle next week in the USCA
American Rules Croquet National Championship to be held at the National Croquet Center in West Palm
Beach, Florida. The event runs October 15-21 and will be the 36th edition of the USCA National
Well, I think we're finally back from a little un-planned holiday hiatus. It seems quiet at Croquet Network, but I can assure you that there has been a lot of action behind the scenes. Look for some news to come out before the end of March. In the meantime, let's catch up on some headlines ...
MITCHELL WILL HEAD USCA: The new issue of Croquet News is out and the top news surfacing from that issue is that Gene Young will leave his post as USCA President after three years. Taking his place will be Johnny Mitchell, a long-time member
November is kicking off strong with the USCA American Rules Nationals and Australian Open both now in progress. Details below point to how you can follow the U.S. event. So far, I haven't found much on updates for the event down under. Here's your latest news from the croquet scene--
USCA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: The USCA National Championship is under way at Mission Hills Croquet Club in Rancho Mirage, California. Finals are scheduled for Saturday and your can catch updates on the event in the Americas Forum on Croquet World Online or on the USCA's Twitter page--
The Croquet New Zealand website has a page available for people that would like to donate to the Canterbury Croquet Clubs for repairs needed from the February 22 earthquake that hit Christchurch, New Zealand. The page has several photos that show the damage to the courts and clubs --
The 2011 USCA Grand Prix is underway and Johnny Mitchell has an early lead. Top 10 listed below or