Croquet Secrets

Croquet Secrets

Author: John Riches

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ISBN: 1436397650

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 804

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Few people have attempted to write about croquet, and those who have done so have written for either the complete novice or the expert. This left a huge gape of knowledge for the average club players to find out for themselves. In the early 90's John Riches began a series of booklets that have aimed to fill this void. This book has brought together and updated these writings so that they are in accordance with the modern practices. Anyone who has any interest in croquet will find this a fascinating collection, and a must for their personal library!
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