Gateball, originating in Japan, is a speedy mallet sport, played between two teams of five players. The court is less than half the size required for croquet games, and is set with three gates (hoops) and a goal pole (centre peg). A game has a time limit of thirty minutes, unless one team earlier scores the maximum of 25 points.
Gateball Clubs in Queensland
Bribie Island Croquet Club
Broadbeach Croquet Club
Caloundra Mallet Sports Club
McIlwraith Croquet Club
Rockhampton Mallet Sports Club
Southport Croquet Club
Toowoomba Croquet Club
Capricorn Coast Mallet Sports Club
East Brisbane Croquet Club
Eildon Croquet Club
Mackay Croquet Club
Tambourine Mountain Croquet Club
Croquet Association Queensland wishes to acknowledge the following with thanks:
The Queensland Government through Sports and Recreation Services’ Development Grant to get more Australians active.
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