Warrnambool Croquet Club hosts 2017 annual winter tournament

STEADY: Warrnambool competitor Janelle Dunn was runner-up in Warrnambool Croquet Club's event one during its two-day winter tournament. Pictures: Rob Gunstone
STEADY: Warrnambool competitor Janelle Dunn was runner-up in Warrnambool Croquet Club's event one during its two-day winter tournament. Pictures: Rob Gunstone

WARRNAMBOOL Croquet Club’s annual winter tournament delivered three separate winners.

Queenscliff competitor Roger Richmond claimed event one from Warrnambool representative Janelle Dunn.

Richmond came out on top with three wins and 14 net hoops.

Dunn finished with three wins and 10 net hoops.

Warrnambool player Peter Blake claimed event two with five wins and 61 net hoops.

Portland’s Meg Galpin was second with three wins and minus five net hoops.

Event three went the way of Portland visitor Andrea Toet with four wins and 40 hoops.

Warrnambool’s Bryan Watt was runner-up with three wins and 0 net hoops.

Watt said the event, which ran on Saturday and Sunday at its Cramer Street complex and attracted players from across Victoria, was a success.

“The greens played very well thanks to the careful preparation of our greens keeper Ross Corbett,” he said.

ON TARGET: Portland visitor Jean Chapple was a picture of concentration during Warrnambool Croquet Club's annual tournament on Sunday.

ON TARGET: Portland visitor Jean Chapple was a picture of concentration during Warrnambool Croquet Club's annual tournament on Sunday.

ACCURATE: Portland's Andrea Toet played close to the hoop on Sunday. She won event three at Warrnambool Croquet Club's annual tournament.

ACCURATE: Portland's Andrea Toet played close to the hoop on Sunday. She won event three at Warrnambool Croquet Club's annual tournament.