Synsets for "croquet"

Synset: croquet.n.01

Synonyms: croquet

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a game in which players hit a wooden ball through a series of hoops; the winner is the first to traverse all the hoops and hit a peg

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Hypernym: outdoor_game

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Synset: croquet.v.01

Synonyms: croquet

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: drive away by hitting with one's ball, "croquet the opponent's ball"

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Hypernym: hit

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Synset: croquet.v.02

Synonyms: croquet

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: play a game in which players hit a wooden ball through a series of hoops

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Hypernym: play

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Croquet About 200 croquet clubs across the United States are members of the United States Croquet Association.
United States Croquet Association The United States Croquet Association (USCA) fosters croquet in all its forms, from the familiar nine-wicket croquet game to the modern sport of six-wicket croquet. There are USCA-affiliated clubs and tournaments across the United States and Canada. The official rules of American Croquet are maintained by the USCA. The USCA is a member of the World Croquet Federation.
United States Croquet Association In 1977, Jack Osborn organized five Eastern clubs (including the Westhampton Mallet Club, Croquet Club of Bermuda, Green Gables Croquet Club, New York Croquet Club, and Palm Beach Croquet Club) into the United States Croquet Association (USCA), and wrote a new rule book for an American version of the six-wicket sport called American Rules croquet.
Croquet This version of the game is easy for beginners to learn. The main Garden Croquet Club in the UK is the Bygrave Croquet Club which is a private club with five lawns. Other clubs also use garden croquet as an introduction to the game, notably the Hampstead Heath Croquet Club and the Watford Croquet Club.
World Croquet Federation The World Croquet Federation (WCF) encourages, promotes and develops the recognised versions of the game of croquet internationally at all levels. National croquet associations around the world are members of the WCF, and the WCF sanctions championship croquet tournaments worldwide. The official rules of Golf Croquet are maintained by the WCF.
Croquet Association The Croquet Association, which was formed as the United All England Croquet Association in 1897, is the national governing body for the sport of croquet in England. Until 1974 the association was responsible for croquet in the whole of the United Kingdom. The Scottish Croquet Association, formed in 1974, now has responsibility for croquet in Scotland. At the 2013 AGM the association formally relinquished control of the game in the other parts of the United Kingdom.
Croquet Hall of Fame The United States Croquet Hall of Fame was established in 1979 by the Croquet Foundation of America to recognize individuals with exceptional skill in the sport of croquet or men and women who have contributed to the sport's health and growth. The Croquet Hall of Fame is located in West Palm Beach, Florida, at the headquarters of the United States Croquet Association, the National Croquet Center. Each year, new inductees to the Croquet Foundation of America's Hall of Fame are celebrated at a fund-raising dinner and ball usually held at the National Croquet Center.
Croquet The American rules version of croquet, another six-hoop game, is the dominant version of the game in the United States and is also widely played in Canada. It is governed by the United States Croquet Association. Its genesis is mostly in association croquet, but it differs in a number of important ways that reflect the home-grown traditions of American "backyard" croquet.
Croquet In April 2013, Reg Bamford of South Africa beat Ahmed Nasr of Egypt in the final of the Golf Croquet World Championship in Cairo, becoming the first person to simultaneously hold the title in both association croquet and golf croquet. As of 2017, the Golf Croquet World Champion was Reg Bamford (South Africa) and the Women's Golf Croquet World Champion was Judith Hanekom (South Africa).
Croquet Croquet was an event at the 1900 Summer Olympics. Roque, an American variation on croquet, was an event at the 1904 Summer Olympics.
Croquet In golf croquet, a hoop is won by the first ball to go through each hoop. Unlike association croquet, there are no additional turns for hitting other balls.
Bygrave Bygrave Croquet Club is based at The Moat House. The club is affiliated to the Croquet Association and is a member of the East Anglia Croquet Federation. The club has five Garden Croquet lawns and meets weekly usually on Fridays. Members also play Association Croquet and are active in Regional and National competitions.
Reginald Bamford Reg Bamford (born 11 October 1967 in Cape Town, South Africa) is a croquet world champion from Putney, England. Although resident in England, he plays croquet for his native South Africa. He won the Association Croquet World Croquet Championship in 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2012, and was the WCF World Golf Croquet Champion in 2013 and 2017.
Sport in Scotland The Scottish Croquet Association, formed in 1974, has responsibility for croquet in Scotland.
Mad Tracks CROQUET - Players mustdrive through a certain amount of checkpoints to win without croquet ball.
Stephen Mulliner Stephen Mullliner is an English international croquet player. He won the British Open championship in 1988, 1990, and 2000, the European Golf Croquet championship in 2007, 2009, 2013, and 2015, and the Association Croquet World Championship title in 2016. He is also President of the European Croquet Federation and Secretary-General of the World Croquet Federation.
London Borough of Enfield Croquet is played at Enfield Croquet Club in Bush Hill Park.
Extreme croquet The Northwest Arkansas Nonprofessional-professional Extreme Croquet Association, or NANECA utilizes both urban and natural settings for its free flowing extreme croquet.
Croquet The croquet lawn existed on the northern terrace, between Eglinton Castle and the Lugton Water. The 13th Earl developed a variation on croquet named Captain Moreton's Eglinton Castle croquet, which had small bells on the eight hoops "to ring the changes", two pegs, a double hoop with a bell and two tunnels for the ball to pass through. In 1865 the 'Rules of the Eglinton Castle and Cassiobury Croquet' was published by Edmund Routledge. Several incomplete sets of this form of croquet are known to exist, and one complete set is still used for demonstration games in the West of Scotland.
MacRobertson International Croquet Shield "Sun 5 - Thu 9 January": England v USA at Te Mata Croquet Club, Havelock North and New Zealand v Australia at Marewa Croquet Club, Napier