Tournament Reports

2009 Lanterman House tournament

07/01/09

Eric Sawyer

Shocking upsets were the theme of the 14th annual Lanterman House 9 Wicket Tournament.

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Higgins & Bolduc 2008 championship

11/14/08

Jamie Boulette

A corporate croquet event for 23 co-ed teams, in Oakland, Maine

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2008 USCA 9-Wicket National Championships

11/14/08

Matt Griffith

Open singles and doubles plus cut-throat singles

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2008 Lanterman House tournament

11/14/08

Eric Sawyer

The 13th annual Lanterman House 9 Wicket Tournament featured several new teams making the finals and winning titles

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The Great Croquet Caper

12/14/07

Steve Fluder

The Great Croquet Caper has become one of the most talked about events in Greenville’s recent history and has a growing number of people abuzz about playing in or supporting next year’s sequel. The grounds and setting were virtually unsurpassed as a venue for old fashioned 9-wicket croquet in tournament form.

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Rockin’ B Croquet Association

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12/14/07

Thirty-three participants put their skills to the test in front of a well-attended crowd of spectators. With a come from behind win, Matt Smith, of Warrensburg, Missouri, won the first-place trophy.

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2007 Lanterman House Tournament

12/14/07

Eric Sawyer

It was déjà vu at the 12th annual Lanterman House 9-wicket croquet tournament, with many of last year’s winning teams successfully defending their titles.

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2006 Mallet Madness

12/14/07

Steve Fluder

72 people are battling each other with great big mallets in Pinkerton Park. They are wearing odd clothes and broad smiles. Is it madness?

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Croquet Adventure in San Diego

12/14/07

Steve Fluder

October 2006 was a big month for croquet in the United States, and not just for the tournament 6-wicket game. One of the largest USCA sanctioned 9-wicket croquet events ever held took place in Balboa Park in the beautiful city of San Diego.

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2006 West Hartford, CT doubles

12/14/07

The participants comprised a wide range of skill levels, from 6-wicket players used to playing on short grass to members of the Connecticut Extreme Croquet Society, accustomed to playing in, well… “Extreme Conditions“—holes, trees, hills, water, and the like.

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