Australian Team 

Peter Landrebe (Captain)

Peter Landrebe is a croquet player from Sydney, Australia. He has been playing the sport for 30 years with a golf croquet involvement during the last 10 of those years. He is extremely proud and honoured to be given the opportunity to play and captain the Australian team for this upcoming Tier 1 Golf Croquet world team championship; it is the highest challenge in the sport and he is looking forward to playing with his teammates in what is an extremely talented and dedicated group of players that Australia have been able to field. Peter is looking forward to returning to Nelson where the hospitality and experience was memorable from his last visit in 2015 for the Trans-Tasman golf croquet event. He is very excited to meet up with old friends and lots of new competitors he will be meeting for the first time. Best of luck to all and safe travel to and from New Zealand. 

Robert Fletcher 

Robert lives in south-west Victoria and is a member of the Ballarat Alexandra Croquet Club. He is looking forward to competing in the 2020 World Team Championship which will be his second appearance in an Australian GC team, the previous of which was the Trans-Tasman in April 2019. Robert is no stranger to the international stage having won the WCF ACWC as a 20-year-old and has represented Australia on several occasions in AC. 

Edward Wilson

Ed is an alcohol enthusiast with a mild croquet addiction and over the past seven years, croquet has been his life. This year is no exception, having won the AC New Zealand Open and being selected for the AC TT, the Eire Cup and now the World Teams, his career is still hopefully heading upwards. One of the most valuable lessons he has learned over the last few months is moderation. Croquet doesn't always have to come first to him as much as it is still important. He is looking forward to going back to his roots and nailing some balls around the court in GC fashion!

Chris McWhirter 

Chris has been playing croquet since the early 2000s. His first worlds event was in 2011 in England and he has since played in the GC World Championships in New Zealand and Australia. His career highlight was captaining Australia in the Tier 2 teams event in Bath, England. Winning that event has seen Australia move back into Tier 1 and he is now hoping for more success in Nelson. Chris is really proud to have been selected again,  having the opportunity to test himself against the world's best players. Away from croquet, he lives in Perth, Western Australia with his wife Dee. He has worked for Cadbury Confectionery for nearly 20 years in sales and has loved playing and watching all sports. Chris is usually seen with a coffee or a beer in his hand.