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Entries in USCA Selection Eights (13)

Tuesday
Dec202016

2016 Croquet News Volume 3, Web Edition

The 2016 Volume 3 issue of the USCA's Croquet News magazine went to press earlier this month and should be mailing to members soon. The web edition PDF is also now available to USCA members on the magazine page of the USCA website (log in required).

Here's the full run-down of articles you'll find in this issue:

  • Ideas to Kickstart Nearby Club Croquet Activity
  • 2016 Selection Eights
  • Golf Croquet National Championship
  • 2016 US National Championship
  • 2016 Seniors Masters Championships
  • Member Profile: David Maloof
  • Club Profile: Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club
  • On Tactics: Peel to Get Clean

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Friday
Nov062015

2015 USCA Selection Eights Photos and Standings

WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- Final results are listed below for the 2015 United States Croquet Association Selection Eights held October 22-25, 2015 at the National Croquet Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. The numbers indicate wins/games played.

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Thursday
Oct222015

Selection Eights Day One Update

WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- The Eights kicked off relatively on schedule this morning, with only a slight delay to knock out the group photo. From the First Eight, it was noted that Ben Rothman didn't seem to be in top form, but no one was able to take advantage as he went 4-0 to start the event. David Maloof started the event hot, but did fall to Rothman 26tp-23 and he currently has second place in the First Eight with a 3-1 record.

In the evening, members of the Third Eight jumped over to the lighted courts and played well into the darkness to avoid pegged down games.

DAY ONE PHOTO GALLERY

OFFICIAL SCORES

Wednesday
Oct212015

2015 USCA Selection Eights Eve

WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- It's Selection Eights eve and all through West Palm Beach, AC players are snug in their beds with visions of triples dancing in their heads. Anyway, the news of the day is that the National Croquet Center now has lights available for courts one, two and three. Sources here tell me that they would like to add more. No matter what, it would seem to be a huge benefit to scheduling overall at the Center.

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