Welcome to Croquet Canada's National Website

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Croquet Canada is the national association which guides the development of the sport within Canada. We are also the conduit through which players can connect to the competitive and social aspects of croquet in other countries around the world.

If you're new to the sport, the best way to start is by visiting one of the many croquet clubs in Canada. Once you've had a chance to try the game, joining Croquet Canada will help you become part of the Canadian and international croquet world. Read here how everyone benefits from your membership.

All croquet tournaments and related events are now being posted to an event management calendar that will make researching & registering for tournaments very simple. All new tournaments will be listed in the new calendar. A link is provided [HERE].

CroqCan is our Canadian flagship tournament. From its inception in 1987, it continues to bring together the very best croquet players in this country (and others).  In response to the number of players engaged in American, Association and golf croquet, CroqCan is now offering competition in all three versions of the sport.

 

What's New!

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CroqCan 2013 - USCA Rules Results

CroqCan 2013 - Golf Croquet Results

The Wicket Times 2013 - Tournaments

The Mallet 2011

 

 

Croquet Canada Website Features ....

  • Find a local club in your area. The best way to learn the game - and the most fun - is to play regularly in your area. Most clubs schedule regular Saturday practice and competition sessions for both beginners and advanced players.
  • New players may find golf croquet an easy way to start. It teaches all the important shots, but doesn't require the skills and strategy of either American or Association croquet. See the latest WCF rules inside.
  • The learning centre features articles and coaching notes.
  • The members and players area covers membership and rankings in Canada.
  • The NEWS pages feature stories and information on the game in Canada and internationally.
  • Looking for equipment ? Check in to our equipment section
  • If you're looking for other croquet sites on the Internet, click on over to our links database.
  • We welcome your comments and suggestions from the contact pages on how to improve this website. You can reach the Board of Directors or any of the Internet site content administrators.

Above all, enjoy your visit to this site.