Malmet Trophy

Trophy:  A Silver Cup donated by F.V.X. Norton.

The Malmet Trophy was originally an invitation event for the second four best available players in the SCA, but now is for the second six best available players.  The players play each other twice during the three-day weekend tournament, held at the same time as the Chairman’s Rosebowl.

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Maugham Salver

GB v Ireland Test Match for the Ian Maugham Salver

Trophy:  A Silver Salver.

The Ian Maugham Salver is a solid silver salver, originally presented to Ian Maugham’s grandfather on his retirement, and donated with re-engraving in 2008 by David Maugham in memory of his father. 

GB leads the series 10-1 with one match tied, having won 8-5 in 2012. 

Scotland was chosen to host this top-quality Association Croquet Test Match on 30 and 31 August 2008 at Meadows West, sponsored by Clydesdale Bank.  Three of the winning MacRobertson Shield team were selected to represent GB, including Scots Keith Aiton and Jonathan Kirby, and the standard of play was very high indeed, including the first two Sextuple Peels seen in competitive play in Scotland.

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Meadows Open

Meadows Open (formerly Bush Open)

Trophies: Winner – Muffin Dish; Runner-up – Biscuit Plate

This two day advanced tournament took place at Bush Croquet Club from 1990 until 2000; in 2001 Meadows West was used for the first time but the event was still named the Bush Open; in 2002 the Bulletin published the results with the heading ‘Meadows Open (formerly Bush Open)’.

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New Zealand Match

Scotland v New Zealand

The first International Test Match played by Scotland was staged at Gleneagles Hotel to entertain the full New Zealand team, in the British Isles for the 1974 MacRobertson Shield series.   The standard format of the time was used, being three best-of-three doubles and six singles.

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