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NNeil Morrison

Swindon Croquet Club are sad to announce the passing of long time member Neil Morrison. He was the inspiration for many of the developments at the Club based at Moredon Sports Hub. He worked tirelessly to ensure that all members and visitors to the Club experienced the joy, skill and strategy involved in the game. His vision for the future of the Club will live on and he will be sadly missed both by members of the Club and the wider Croquet family."

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17th April 2023

Swindon Croquet Club win back to back promotions.  The croquet season starts traditionally with a short croquet tournament at Nailsea at which most clubs from the South West and South Wales compete with most of the best players from these clubs taking part. The competition is in five divisions. In 2022, Swindon were champions of Division 3 and promoted.  This year, they went one better topping Division 2 and earning a back to back promotion having won 12 of their 16 matches.  Maybe next year they will emerge as overall champions!






2nd April 2023

  • Lawns open!  Bring a friend and play.  2pm, all welcome, no need to book and free of charge!

​14th December 2022

  • Due to frost and snow all lawns remain closed. 

  • All lawns are closed from 18th December for treatment and recovery and re-open in April.

6th December 2022

  • Christmas Sausage Sizzle - a fun competition enjoyed by 24 members, finished off with a BBQ!  Congratulations to competition winners David Acheson, Tony Mayer and Mick Humphries! 

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Winners of the Club's progressive doubles competition.  Steve Hares (left) and Terry Theobald (right) receiving the cup from Chair Clive Smith.

The High Handicap team led by Tony Tomlin before their defeat at Moreton in Marsh.

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Members taking part in the progressive doubles competition

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The Handicap team before their game against Cheltenham

Swindon’s winning team (L to R):

Harvey Smith (the youngest player in the tournament,

Tony Mayer (captain), Andy Smith (Harvey’s father) and Terry Clements

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