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Entries in Greg Clouse (5)

Monday
Sep252017

Griffith Scores 2017 USCA 9W Title

The 2017 USCA 9 Wicket Nationals played out in a beautiful setting along the Missouri River at English Landing Park in Parkville, Missouri, in hot for September conditions on extremely challenging turf. It was estimated that 16 players participated in doubles and singles in Championship and First Flight over September 22-24, 2017.

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Monday
Oct052015

Video: 2015 MCA Pro Division Final

Video on the 2015 MCA Nine Wicket Series Pro Championship Final held on September 19, 2015 in Belton, Missouri. The matchup is Greg Clouse vs Dylan Goodwin and we join with the action already in progress. The scoreboard does show an error early on as Clouse actually has six points after his first turn shown in the video.

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Thursday
Sep242015

Morning Coffee: Get Paid to Write About Croquet

The University of British Columbia has announced an annual prize of $1000 to the the best research paper on a subject featured in the Tremaine Arkley Croquet Collection held at the UBC Library. The Tremaine Arkley Croquet Collection was donated to UBC in 2011 by Tremaine and Gail Arkley and it includes fine art from the 1850s to present. The collection includes oil paintings, watercolours, etchings, illustrations and other pieces of original fine art as well as photographs, prints, books, advertisements, comics and other materials related to croquet.

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Friday
Sep192014

Morning Coffee: USCA 9W Nationals Primer

The USCA returns to Kansas City today to host the 2014 Nine Wicket National Championship at Liberty Memorial. It is arguably the most visible setting the sport has enjoyed since the days of Wimbledon. I suppose there is Central Park, but even those courts are sort of hidden away. Players will be in wide-open view near the Memorial and the National WWI Museum which all rests at the southern part of downtown Kansas City.

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