HORSHAM Croquet Club hosted a massive two-day tournament on Monday and Tuesday, with more than 90 people competing from the Wimmera and beyond.
Val Saunders of Belmont Croquet Club in Geelong was the big winner of the day, topping the A Grade standings with five wins and 35 hoops.
Horsham’s Neville Pope, with four wins and 34 hoops on countback, finished runner-up.
B Grade honours went to Horsham’s John Sudholz, with five wins and 35 hoops.
Horsham’s Yvonne Warwick was in second spot on four wins and 33 hoops.
Penola’s Lesley Hunter was the C Grade victor with four wins and 30 hoops.
Mount Gambier’s Len Skidwell was the runner-up with three wins and 33 hoops.