Croquet In Egypt 

The sport croquet traveled from Ireland to England around 1851.

Croquet can take one hour to three hours.

How To Play

Croquet can be played by two or four players. The object of the game is to hit your ball(s) through the course of six hoops in the right sequence in each direction and finish by hitting them against the centre peg. The side which completes the course first with both balls wins. 

Rules; A foul occurs if the striker

  • Touches the head of the mallet with the hand or causes the mallet to strike the ball by dropping, or throwing, or kicking , or hitting the mallet.
  • Rests the shaft of the mallet or a hand or arm on the ground.
  • Pulls or pushes his ball so that it changes course once initial contact has been made.
  • Hits the ball twice or more in one shot.
  • Touches the ball with any body part or clothing. 
  • Touches any other ball, other than the striker's ball, with the mallet.
  • Plays a croquet stroke which fails to move or shake the croqueted ball.

  • Plays a stroke that is likely to cause and does cause substantial damage to the court by the mallet.

The object of the game is to score 12 hoop-points and a peg-point with each ball before. 

The equipment used for croquet is plastic or wooden balls, with a mallet through hoops embedded in a grass playing court.

This is the dimensions of the croquet field.

Leagues ----------Aldinga Bay

Aldinga Sports Complex, Port Road, Aldinga

Brighton

Stopford Rd, 

Kingsley Avenue, Glenunga

Hyde Park

8 Northgate St, 

Millswood Cres, Millswood

Mount Barker

Corner Mann St & Adelaide Rd, Mt Barker

Mt Gambier

Malseed Park, White Ave, Mt Gambier

Croquet was first played in Ireland in the 19th century. It came from Ireland to Great Britain about 1850, and became very popular in the late 19th century before being eclipsed by the newly-invented game of lawn tennis. The rules have been altered and refined many times over the years.

CITES

  • http://www.houstoncroquet.com/history.htm
  • http://www.woodmallets.com/howto/playcroquet.htm
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ah2fVjbrLz4
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