Croquet Cuppers 2019
With over 1500 participants in 2018, Croquet Cuppers is one of the biggest sporting events in Oxford University! Once again, the Croquet Association has generously provided prizes - there will be champagne for the best teams and lots of other prizes for the high performers!
Playing croquet is a great way to spend your summer in Oxford, whether you just want to relax and hit some balls about in the sun or you're aiming for a Half Blue. Most colleges will have kit and a lawn, so you just need to bring some enthusiasm...and perhaps a little Pimm's!
Cuppers teams consist of four players, playing as two doubles pairs. You don't need to have played before to enter; indeed most of the teams competing are novices! There is also no limit on the number of teams per college. There is a £2 entry fee per team, which at 50p a person is an absolute steal given how much fun Cuppers is!
As in previous years, the competition will run in a direct knockout format throughout Trinity term.
Below are links to the
The competition will be run predominantly through email, as in previous years, with both results and details of each round's matches relayed through the draw website.
As Cuppers is such a huge competition, we run it to a very tight schedule. Deadlines will be strictly enforced, although reasonable requests for extensions will be granted at the discretion of the Cuppers Director. Please send results of your matches using the "Cuppers Results Submission" link above.
Once again the Oxford University Association Croquet Club will be inviting all students to join us at the University lawns for free coaching sessions 5pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, weeks 1 to 4 Trinity Term, so that even complete beginners can have a good chance of progressing in the competition. All you need to bring are flat soled shoes. All students can also join the University Association Croquet Club: from £12 a term you will get the use of the high quality University lawns, extra coaching at a more personal level and can play in the Club's fixtures.
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