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Belleville Crokinole Challenge 2012

Mark down Saturday September 15, 2012 in your calender for the 2nd annual Belleville Crokinole Challenge.  We will be utilizing our new club location which is easier to reach from HWY 401 then last years.  Hoping to see many of you once again competing against Eastern Ontarions for some great cash prizes.  More info to follow soon.


Added by Dave Brown on July 18, 2012 at 4:23pm — 2 Comments

Make every shot count

To all the lucky players playng at Tavistock.

May you play like never before.

May you play your best game yet.

Remember Tavistock is the test.

Wishing you great fun.

From all the Crokinole Players of BC.

Added by Clif Antypowich on May 30, 2012 at 11:32am — No Comments

Welcome to out-of-town players

Welcome to Jim Farris from Kentucky. Make sure Jim, that you introduce yourself to us at Tavistock.

Is anyone else coming from a long distance?

Added by Fred Slater on May 30, 2012 at 10:40am — 3 Comments

Tavistock predictions:

I will make the first predictions.

One of Jason Beierling, Brian Cook, or Justin Slater will win the open singles.

Other contenders: Ray Beierling, Jon Conrad, Eric Miltenberg, Paul Brubaker

Long-shot: Joe Arnup

Added by Fred Slater on May 30, 2012 at 10:32am — 7 Comments

"New Champion at St. Jacobs Crokinole Club"

Paul was able to accumulate extra points in the last two matches of the 2011-2012 season to take away the title from Jon (last years champ). It was a close race to the finish, with the out-come determined after the final match.

Players have to participate in a minimum of nine out of…


Added by Howard Martin on April 13, 2012 at 8:07am — No Comments

Thank you from the BC Tournament.

On behalf of the Crokinole players of BC, I would like to thank everyone who had a part in making our 4th Annual BC Open Crokinole Championship the great event it was.
Many thanks to all the spectators who were interested enough to attend. To the media for excellent coverage before and after the event. To the many volunteers who did an amazing job of keeping the day organized. To Carol Sheridan, our MC, for keeping the…

Added by Clif Antypowich on March 31, 2012 at 4:03pm — No Comments

Congratulations to Brian Cook!

Brian Cook and Fred Slater won the day in BC today.  They took the doubles title and were 1-2 in the singles, with Brian Cook winning the championship.

Added by Quin Erzinger on March 17, 2012 at 7:40pm — 6 Comments

1937 reference to "crokinole" by E.B. White.

Check out the "crokinole" reference in the video  below "The Family That Dwelt Apart"---hint its at 3:17.  This is from 1937.

Added by Dave Brown on March 8, 2012 at 2:55pm — No Comments

Clif has posted a couple of extra links for anyone having trouble seeing that TV piece about Crokinole in the Okanagan

Read Clif's news below and check out the video, it's well worth it.

Recently Shaw TV did a 3 min. spot on Crokinole. It was on but some had trouble viewing it there. It can also be found on the Shaw…

Added by Eric Miltenburg on February 17, 2012 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

Our Canada magazine

I was just handed the Feb./Mar. issue and read the crokinole article by Murray and Sue Skaling of N.S. They produce quality boards. Check them out at

Added by Jon Conrad on January 29, 2012 at 4:55pm — 1 Comment

Golden Horseshoe Tournament, TOMORROW Saturday January 28th

Golden Horseshoe Tournament ready to roll tomorrow. We still have room for a few more if you just realized there's no hockey tomorrow or NFL football, or you just got informed the wedding is off ;^) See details in the Golden Horseshoe post below.

May the Flick be with you.

Added by Eric Miltenburg on January 27, 2012 at 6:45pm — No Comments

St.Jacobs Crokinole Club

Crokinole Story, by staff reporter Chuck Kuepfer in conjunction with Howard Martin. (not responsible for inaccuracies- due to the length of time period elapsed).…


Added by Howard Martin on December 30, 2011 at 4:20pm — 1 Comment

Ontario Team Crokinole League

Hi all, This idea struck me as a good one as I had a discussion (memory failing of who with) with someone in Belleville.  What about a "Team" League.  Here's how it would roughly work:
Each roster can have a minimum of four players and a maximum of eight.…

Added by Jason Hogan on November 17, 2011 at 5:21pm — 1 Comment

This came thru on Google alerts. Sounds like good advice

Tagged with crokinole … Oct 25 2011



Wilf’s Life Advice

My father has given me two pieces of life advice that I can remember. He likely only gave two because he knew that I wouldn’t be able to remember much more than one and a half of them. If you count his furrowed brow every time I do something he disapproves of, or his head tilted back to let out a sinister laugh every time I do something stupid, then he has given me four pieces of… Continue

Added by Clare Kuepfer on October 29, 2011 at 6:52pm — 2 Comments

Apparently Crokinole and Drinking Don't Mix

Taken from the legal page of a Nova Scotia newspaper.



There were eight family relations calls. One involved an 87-year-old mother who couldn't be roused one morning. EHS determined she had been assaulted the previous evening by a crokinole board. Apparently her son, who had been drinking, lost three straight games and then hit the mother on the head. He was arrested and police are investigating.



Added by Nathan Walsh on October 26, 2011 at 5:40pm — No Comments

Week number one - #1

"Guess who's got the lead", probably won't last long!ST.Jacobs%20Crokinole%20Club%202011-2012.doc

Added by Howard Martin on October 18, 2011 at 5:08pm — 2 Comments

The Wimbledon Rule - Draft for discussion

Draft – for Discussion    The Wimbledon Rule    Version 2

Purpose: to eliminate the advantage of shooting last in the 5th round of the final game of a match. The idea is that a player would have to win by 2 wins or by a tie and a win.  So 8-4, 7- 5, 9-7, 10-6 etc. are winning scores. At 6-4, 8-6, 10-8 etc. play goes on. Applying the rule to the last game of a playoff accomplishes my goal, however it could be used in each game of a playoff. It's use…


Added by Fred Slater on September 20, 2011 at 11:14am — 1 Comment

Re: Wimbledon Tiebreaker.

I prefer just playing to 100 than the tournament style.  It's a better game, and could be used for the final instead of 2 points for a round win.

Added by Brian Miltenburg on September 19, 2011 at 9:07pm — No Comments

NCA AGM and Tournament Tips

Hi Everyone,

The notes from the summer Annual General Meetings including the new NCA Tournament Tips document are now posted on the main site.


It numbers are rising for the upcoming Belleville event and it should be a good one.



Added by NCA Admin on September 15, 2011 at 3:55pm — No Comments

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