Jim Nicholls. Croquet Champion. Wagga Wagga.

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Jim started playing croquet after his friends invited him to a come and try day at his local club. Eleven years later he’s competed in state and national competitions and is currently ranked as one of the top 15 players in Australia and amongst the top 50 croquet players in the world. We filmed this video during the July school holidays at Jim’s croquet club in Wagga Wagga. Thank you to the Museum of the Riverina for hosting the workshops and to Jim Nicholls of the Wagga Wagga Croquet Club for his time and patience.

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