AC Association Croquet

All EnglandThe Club runs a qualifying tournament for the All England Handicap Championship which is open to all club members. The two finalists plus winner of the third place play-off qualify for the Area Finals, to be played over the weekend of 5-6 September at Watford. The other losing semi-finalist will act reserve should any of the other three qualifiers become unavailable for the Area Finals. Winners from the Area Finals proceed to the National Finals, to be held over the weekend of 19-20 September at Chester.

The winner of this qualifying tournament will also become the last of the four semi-finalists in the internal Handicap Tournament.

Matches will be 26pt games played off full bisque handicap to base 10 using current handicap (maximum 20) on the day the game is played, and played preferably untimed, or to a time limit agreed between the players (3.5 hours if no agreement).

Both players in each match are responsible for contacting their opponent to arrange the match.

Results of the matches will be updated here from time to time. They are also shown on the notice-board in the club hut.  Players must enter results on their handicap cards as well.

All England Handicap
by year:
Area Final: Alan Clark, Mark Homan, Nick Archer. In addition John Bee as the reserve player, and Robin Barry and Jonathan Lambton as 'nomads', play in the Area Final. (Jonathan joined the club after the start of the season and missed the draw for this qualifying tournament.)
by 31 May
by 28 June
by 26 July
by 23 August
Adam Huby Adam Huby
Alan Clark
Alan Clark

Alan Clark

Also becomes
the fourth
in the internal

Ian Parkinson
Peter Chadwick Alan Clark
Alan Clark
Janet Carleton Nick Archer
Nick Archer
Nick Archer
  Robin Barry
Arthur Reed Mark Homan
Mark Homan
Mark Homan
Mark Homan
Brian Havill John Smallbone
John Smallbone
Geoff Johnson André Machell
John Bee
André Machell
  John Bee
by 2 August
Nick Archer

Congratulations to Jonathan Lambton who won the Area Final and went on to win the National Finals as well.

See also: