Retired police enjoy croquet

JUMPY: Nowra Croquet Club member Phil Pickard demonstrates a jump for visitor Bill Ralph.

JUMPY: Nowra Croquet Club member Phil Pickard demonstrates a jump for visitor Bill Ralph.

LINE UP: Nowra Croquet Club members and visitors waiting their turn for a shot.

LINE UP: Nowra Croquet Club members and visitors waiting their turn for a shot.

THE Nowra Croquet Club hosted the inaugural social day for the South Coast branch of the NSW Retired Police Association on Friday, July 25.

In splendid winter weather, 15 members of the RPA enjoyed a fun filled day of croquet provided by members of the Nowra club.  

ALL HERE: Retired Police Association members enjoy a great day of croquet at Nowra Croquet Club.

ALL HERE: Retired Police Association members enjoy a great day of croquet at Nowra Croquet Club.

Some members of the RPA were unable to participate on the lawns but all enjoyed the soup and sandwiches luncheon prepared by club members.  

The visitors and club members look forward to making the day an annual event.

Bob Williamson.

SNACK TIME: Soup and Sandwiches was on the menu for Retired Police Association members as they enjoy a great day of croquet at Nowra Croquet Club.

SNACK TIME: Soup and Sandwiches was on the menu for Retired Police Association members as they enjoy a great day of croquet at Nowra Croquet Club.

LET’S PLAY: Nowra Croquet Club member Gail Williamson demonstrates to visitors Jenny Dawson, Marie Groenestein and David Dawson how to play croquet.

LET’S PLAY: Nowra Croquet Club member Gail Williamson demonstrates to visitors Jenny Dawson, Marie Groenestein and David Dawson how to play croquet.

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