Covid-19: single-banked doubles or double-banked singles are now permitted
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This tournament was staged at short notice as an informal 1-ball competition for those aquatic members of the club still willing to play for several hours in continuous rain instead of the "official" Charity One-Ball Tournament which had been scheduled for this day, and which was postponed to 9th September because of the bad weather.
The One-Ball game is a variation of Association Croquet in which each side only has one ball instead of two. In other respects the normal rules of Association Croquet apply, i.e. you can roquet and take croquet from your opponent's ball, and use this to help to make hoops. However, with only two balls in play, the games are typically quick and breaks are much harder to execute than in the full AC game, so the character of the One-Ball game is more like Golf Croquet.
Results of these games should not be entered on the handicap card.
|Geoff Johnson (2½*)||+3||+4||+2||3||+9|
|Robin Barry (9)||-3||+9||+6||2||+12|
|Alan Clark (0*)||-4||-9||+10||1||-3|
|Gary Bennett (-3*)||-2||-6||-10||0||-18|
|Stephen Mills (7)||+2||+4||+5||3||+11|
|Wendy Spencer-Smith (20*)||-2||+3||+6||2||+7|
|Peter Marsh (12½)||-4||-3||+5||1||-2|
|Janet Carleton (20*)||-5||-6||-5||0||-16|
|Stephen Mills (7)||+7||+4||2||+11|
|Robin Barry (9)||-7||+8||1||+1|
|Geoff Johnson (2½*)||-4||+4||1||0|
|Wendy Spencer-Smith (20*)||-8||-4||0||-12|
|Peter Marsh (12½)||+3||+2||+1||3||+6|
|Gary Bennett (-3*)||-3||+2||+4||2||+3|
|Alan Clark (0*)||-2||-2||+3||1||-1|
|Janet Carleton (20*)||-1||-4||-3||0||-8|
The last round in the second session was unfinished because Stephen Mills was already the winner.
*Special handicap assigned for 1-ball only, as per the 2018 CA guidelines.
Final ranking determined by the following tie-breaking rules:
1. Number of wins in the block.
2. Number of wins against those tied.
3. Net hoops