John-Paul Moberly (Captain)

After discovering croquet at his local club Croquet Durham in 2011, John-Paul entered the GC tournament circuit in 2014 and has since won numerous national tournaments, including the English National Singles Championship, Musks Cup (GC Top 8 selection event), London Masters, British Open Doubles and National Doubles. He has been runner-up in the British Open three times and has competed internationally at the last three GC World Championships; with a high of 10th overall in 2017. In 2017, he was appointed England GC captain and has since led England to victory in the first three GC Home Internationals and in the inaugural test match vs Spain. He is also a minus player at AC and jointly won his block at the 2018 AC World Championship before being beaten in the last 32. Outside of croquet, John-Paul is a graduate civil engineer for United Utilities.

Richard Bilton

Richard Bilton, 23, started playing croquet in 2008 and significantly improved after joining Nottingham CC in 2015. Richard was awarded the Spiers Trophy for the most improved GC player in 2017 and won the English National Singles Championship in 2018, his first GC major. Richard played for England in the inaugural England vs Spain GC test match in March, and the Home Internationals in September 2019. He has acted on the CA GC Tournaments Committee since 2017. As of December 2019, Richard is a Technical Materials Degree Apprentice at British Steel in Scunthorpe. He also enjoys playing snooker and owns a 1989 Rover Mini Thirty and attends various classic car shows. Richard is a fan of the Marvel film series and TV series such as Stargate and Doctor Who.

Stephen Mulliner

Stephen Mulliner, 64, took up tournament croquet as a Cambridge undergraduate in 1976. Association Croquet: World Champion 2016 and finalist in 1997 and 2008; British Open Champion 1988, 1990, 2000 (41 consecutive appearances since 1977); Open Doubles champion nine times, President's Cup winner five times 1981-92 (record 39 appearances since 1978), Sonoma-Cutrer Champion four times, European Champion 13 times 1993-2013. Only player to have won both the Singles and Doubles Championships of Australia (2009), England (see above), New Zealand (2009 singles, 2000 doubles) and United States (2011). Represented Great Britain in the MacRobertson Shield in 1982, 1986, 1990, 2000, 2003, 2010 and England in 2014 and 2017. Golf Croquet: World Championship semi-finalist 2000, 2006 and 2015; British Open Champion nine times, including 2010-13 and 2016, English National Champion (Ascot Cup) 2012 and 2014; Musk's Cup winner 2015; European Champion 2007, 2009, 2013 and 2015; represented Rest of the World vs. Egypt in the Ramsis Cup (2008 and 2016); captained England in GC World Team Championships 2012 and 2016. He has competed in 17 different WCF Member countries. He is the Vice-President of the Croquet Association and Secretary-General of the World Croquet Federation. Living in Haslemere, Surrey, Stephen is married to Sarah and they have four children aged 28 to 34. A management consultant, Waverley Borough Councillor, Stephen is active in local politics, is a keen golfer and all-round sportsman. 

Tobi Savage

Tobi started playing croquet at the age of 15. He started competing in 2010, and is now an established competitor. His notable achievements include:-

2013: Played in GC World Championship in Cairo; runner-up in Musk's Cup; won Roehampton GC Open and the Plate at the English National Singles Championship

2015: Played in GC World Championship in Bay of Plenty, New Zealand; won English National Singles Championship; won GC Kent Cup

2016: Represented England in GC World Team Championship; 3rd Place at Ramsgate GC Open; 3rd Place in British Open Doubles Championship with David Wise. Runner-up in British Open Singles Championship; won GC Kent Cup and English National Doubles Championship with J-P Moberly

2017: Runner-up in East Anglian GC Championship and British Open Doubles Championship with J-P Moberly. Semi-finalist in British Open Singles Championship; won Belgian Open Championship; represented England and won GC Home Internationals

2018: Won British Open Doubles Championship; quarter-finalist in British Open Singles Championship. Represented England and won GC Home Internationals; won Musk's Cup for GC Top Eight Selection Event

He has a hard-hitting playing style, and is known across the globe for his jump shots!