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2014
Sat 7 June Gary Bennett of Watford retained the Alfred Purvis Memorial Cup in the 1-day AC Watford Open Tournament, beating Terry Mahoney of St. Albans in a close final.
Mon 12 May Geoff Johnson won the Watford Golf Croquet 'B'-Level Tournament.
Sun 27 April Simon Hathrell retained the Lynnsport Shield for the 2014 East Anglian Croquet Federation tournament 'A'-block Advanced that he won in 2013, for the previous year's AC club champions.
2013
Thur 3 October Watford beat Nottingham 4-3 in the final of the national GC Inter-Club (Murphy) Shield to become the national champions.
Sat 15 June Gary Bennett of Watford won the Alfred Purvis Memorial Cup in the AC Watford Open Tournament in a rain-soaked day, repeating the same 1-day format used in 2012.
Mon 13 May Ian Cobbold of Cheam won the Watford Golf Croquet 'B'-Level Tournament.
Sun 21 April Simon Hathrell won the Lynnsport Shield for the 2013 East Anglian Croquet Federation tournament 'A'-block Advanced, for the previous year's AC club champions.
2012
Sun 7 October Having beaten Chester 3-4 in the semi-final of the national AC Longman Cup competition on the previous day, played at Surbiton, Watford reached the final where they met Roehampton, but narrowly lost 3-4.
Mon 1 October Watford reached the final of the national GC Inter-Club (Murphy) Shield competition, losing 3-4 to Dulwich.
Sun 16 September Club members Robin Barry and John Smallbone both reached the national finals of the All England Handicap competition, played at Ramsgate, where John managed to finish overall 3rd.
Wed 5 September Having won the Western Area of the EACF Golf Croquet Handicap League, and then the regional semi-final against Norwich, Watford lost in the regional final against Enfield.
Sat 16 June Graham Brightwell of Surbiton won the Alfred Purvis Memorial Cup in the AC Watford Open Tournament, which was resurrected after a 5-year gap in a new 1-day format and split into separate Level Advanced and Handicap Advanced blocks.
Tue 5 June Watford Club members Ian Parkinson and Simon Hathrell were part of the Hertfordshire team that came 3rd equal in Division 1 of the national AC Inter-Counties tournament, the best-ever result for Herts.
Mon 14 May Watford club chairman Arthur Reed won the Watford Golf Croquet 'B'-Level Tournament.
2011
Sat 1 October Having won the AC Beds & Herts League for the season, Watford lost a closely-contested regional play-off final to Chelmsford & Bentley in a match that went to a peg shoot-out to decide the winner.
Sat 25 September
Nick Archer won through the final stages of a hard-fought tournament at Dulwich to become the national All England Golf Croquet Handicap champion. His opponent in the final was fellow Watford member Steve Dennis, so a double triumph for Watford with Steve becoming the national runner-up!

Photo: Nick Archer (right) receiving the All England Golf Croquet Handicap trophy.
Mon 9 May Ian Mantle of Letchworth won the open Watford Golf Croquet 'B'-Level Tournament.
2010
Sat 16 October
Janet Lewis received a special CA Diploma at Hurlingham from CA President (and also Watford club member) Quiller Barrett. The Diploma was awarded in recognition of her substantial contribution to the growth, development and support of the club over many years.
Sun 19 September
Geoff Johnson won the National Finals of the AC All England Handicap Competition, held at Budleigh Salterton on 18-19 September.

Photo: Geoff Johnson (right) with the All England Handicap trophy.
Sun 5 September Geoff Johnson was runner-up in the Area Finals of the AC All England Handicap Competition, held at Newport (Essex), and proceeded to the National Finals held two weeks later at Budleigh Salterton.
Sat 11 September Robert Archer was runner-up in the National Finals of the Grass Roots Golf Croquet Competition.
Tue 25 May Following relegation last year, the Herts came 3rd in Division 2 of the Inter-Counties Championship, and were promoted back to Division 1 for 2011. The team members were Simon Hathrell and Ian Parkinson of Watford, plus Richard Smith (captain), Duncan Hector, David Tutt and Nick Mounfield.
Sun 23 May The Herts team, with Mark Homan of Watford as team captain, won the Anderson Shield for the EACF county 'B'-level championship for the fourth consecutive year.
Mon 10 May Jane Collier of Colchester won the open Watford Golf Croquet 'B'-Level Tournament.
2009
Thur 8 October Watford is honoured to have one of its club members, Quiller Barrett, elected as President of the national Croquet Association to succeed Bernard Neal. The result was formally declared at the CA AGM on 17th October, when Quiller took up his office. Quiller is also a former Chairman of the CA.
Sat 12 September Frances Skinner won the National Finals of the Grass Roots Golf championship, the third time a Watford player has won it in the last 5 years.
Sat 5 - Sun 6 September Geoff Johnson won the AC All England Handicap Championship Area Finals held at Wrest Park, and proceeded to the National Finals held at Roehampton on 19-20 September.
Tue 26 May Notwithstanding some notable individual game wins, the Herts team failed to stay up in Division 1 of the Inter-Counties Championship following promotion at the end of the 2008 championship, and were relegated back to Division 2 for 2010. The team members were Simon Hathrell and Ian Parkinson of Watford, plus Richard Smith (captain), Duncan Hector, David Tutt and George Woolhouse.
Sun 24 May The Herts team, with Mark Homan as team captain, won the Anderson Shield for the EACF county 'B'-level championship for the third consecutive year.
Mon 11 May Watford successfully staged its first Open Golf Croquet 'B'-Class Tournament.
2008
Fri 5 September The second edition of the club Newsletter was issued to all club members. A copy is available for download here (PDF format, 124kb.)
Tue 27 May The Herts team, which included Ian Parkinson of Watford, came second in Division 2 of the Inter-Counties Championship, and Herts are promoted to Division 1 for 2009. The other team members were John Gibbons, Duncan Hector, Paul Stephenson, Richard Smith, David Tutt and George Woolhouse.
Sun 25 May The Herts team, which included Mark Homan as team captain and Simon Hathrell of Watford, won the Anderson Shield for the EACF county 'B'-level championship for the second year in succession.
Fri 28 March The first edition of a new club Newsletter was issued to all club members. A copy is available for download here (PDF format, 115kb; the photos of club members have been omitted for privacy reasons.)
2007
Sun 23 September Simon Hathrell won the 2007 East Anglian Croquet Federation tournament 'A'-block Advanced for the previous year's club champions.
Sun 23 September Watford won the EACF Golf Croquet League Championship play-off final against Enfield, completing the East Anglian Golf and Association Croquet league double for 2007.
Sat 22 September Watford won the EACF Association Croquet League Championship play-off finals at Wrest Park against Norwich and Colchester South to become the East Anglian champions for the third consecutive year.
Sat 8 September Nick Archer won the National Finals of the Grass Roots Golf championship, the second time a Watford player has won it in the last 3 years.
Sat 1 September Watford won the last league match of the season against Wrest Park 4-2 to become the Beds & Herts League champions for the third consecutive year.
Thur 30 August Watford won the Golf Croquet match against Wrest Park 11-7 to become the 2007 East Anglian Croquet Federation West Area champions with a 100% record of wins in the season.
Sat 26 - Sun 27 May Mark Homan (as team captain) and Simon Hathrell of the Watford Croquet Club provided half of the Hertfordshire team that won the 2007 East Anglian county 'B'-level championship - the 2007 Anderson Shield.
2006
Sat 23 September Watford won the the East Anglian Croquet Federation club championship for the second year in succession, beating Bury St. Edmunds and Norwich in the regional play-off finals at Hunstanton. 
Sun 10 September The 2006 East Anglian Croquet Federation 'B'-level Advanced tournament for the previous year's club champions was won by Simon Hathrell. 
Sat 9 September Watford drew the last league match of the season against Enfield 3-3 to become the Beds & Herts League champions for the second consecutive year.
Sat 22 - Sun 23 July The 2006 Watford Open Handicap Tournament was won by Arthur Reed. 
Wed 5 April
The Mayor of Watford, Dorothy Thornhill, visited the club to open the third lawn. This event also commemorated the occasion seventy years earlier when the Mayor opened the second lawn in 1936.
2005
Sat 1 October Watford won the 2005 Beds & Herts League for Association Croquet, and went on to win the East Anglian Croquet Federation championship. 
September John Walker won the National Finals of the Grass Roots Golf championship.
Fri 22 - Sun 24 July The 2005 Watford Open Handicap Tournament was won by Simon Hathrell.