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    Croquet

    MCC Croquet action at Glenferrie HillFollowing the 2001 merger between the MCC Bowls Section and the Glenferrie Hill Recreation Club, the MCC Croquet Club was formed to carry on the sport at the Glen Street, Hawthorn, courts. 

    Initially a club within the MCC Bowls Section, the croquet club became an MCC Sporting Section in 2008.

    Croquet is enjoying a resurgence of popularity with most clubs increasing their membership as people realise the potential of this challenging game.

    MCC Croquet Section contacts
    Enquiries: mcc.croquet.club@gmail.com

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