From Croquet NSW

What does the latest advice mean for Croquet?


  • Tournaments and events can recommence after July 1st.under the strict conditions of the Health Orders. If your club cannot comply with the Health Orders you are not permitted to host events.

  • Croquet is still only able to have a maximum of 10 people on a lawn as long as they have appropriate social distancing.

  • No use of the clubhouse except in relation to equipment or using the toilet.

  • Club kitchens MUST stay closed, and players are to bring their own refreshments.

  • Booking sessions MUST continue and players are not to dwell past their booking time.

  • All sanitation of equipment, hand washing etc is still in force and MUST be adhered to.

From Strathfield Croquet Club Committee

The lawns will open from Monday 18th May.

The conditions of play are:

  • MAXIMUM of 10 players each session

  • Observe 1.5 m distance at all times

  • Bring your own water bottle, food and a personal hand sanitiser.

  • Observe signs in club house re cleaning hands and toilet facilities. ALSO balls and scoring clips/pegs, ready for other playing groups.

  • A limit of 5 people in the clubhouse at any time.

  • You may choose to wear gloves whilst playing.

  • ALL food, drinks and bags to remain outside the club house.

  • No cups, mugs, glasses or club cutlery to be used.

  • Please sanitise the pen after use when signing in and recording the number of the club mallet you will use ( or bring your own pen)

  • TAKE THE MALLET HOME - it is for your use only for the time being.

  • Players who pay green fees - please put the money in the box on the table. Don’t use envelopes.


The Committee thanks you for your cooperation.

Session Coordinators
Monday and Friday afternoons    Elizabeth Comino     0417 402 369 
Wednesday morning                    Ros Crosier              9787 1073
Gateball                                        Ruth Bridger            0407 044 042