Hi everyone. It's time to register for this tournament. Crokinole is growing and it should be even bigger than last year. For the American players living near the New York Throughway the tournament is an easy drive from the border. Consider driving on Friday, staying overnight in Hamilton, and driving back Sat evening. Don't let Ontario players will all the prizes. Remember, your dollar goes further in Canada. You will require a passport (or enhanced drivers license) though.See More
Hello from Belgium, Europe.I discovered this game 4 years ago and since then, I play it every day at work during the breaks.I also build boards (15 so far) based on the measure I took from a board a college of mine ordered online. But I would like to find the real (and complete) official measures. I was not able to find official plans on the net.I don't think I am too far off the "real" ones, but if I can get closer, why not ?If anyone want to see my creations, I could upload some pictures…See More
"Good of you to share your enthusiasm for the great game of Crokinole. Welcome to the National Crokinole Association and specifically for joining the distinguished St.Jacobs Crokinole Group.
From long time member- Howard…"
"Thanks we have a lot of fun. We just want to make sure we can accommodate everyone once we put the word out , we have no idea what kind of response to expect. I put out some feelers and a club in Massachusetts said they could have a few teams that…"
"Only nine tournament quality boards!? That's an impressive start for a relatively new club. And if you think you need even more to host a doubles tournament, that's terrific. Congrats on the progress!"
"The computerized timer available from the Quinte crokinole club is extremely useful. If you have trouble downloading it let me know and I will get you the programmer's e-mail. The scorecards available on the NCA site work very well. Contrary to…"
"Hello Red. In all tournaments except the world championships (They own a large number of boards) players bring most of the boards, so your request is quite reasonable. You might want to visit "Tournament Tips" on the National Crokinole…"
Question : My club is in the planning stages of hosting our first doubles tournament and we only have nine tournament quality boards. I was going to ask other participants to bring a high quality board, is that a usual request when hosting? Thoughts/tips? ThanksSee More