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MacRobertson Shield 2017

Stephen Mulliner

South East, England

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Stephen Mulliner, 62, took up tournament croquet as a Cambridge undergraduate in 1976. Association Croquet: current World Champion (2016 at West Palm Beach, Florida and finalist in 1997 and 2008); British Open Champion 1988, 1990, 2000; Open Doubles champion 9 times, President's Cup winner 5 times 1981-92, Sonoma-Cutrer Champion 4 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 selected for 2017 event. Golf Croquet: World Championship semi-finalist 2000, 2006 and 2015; British Open Champion 9 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 v Egypt in the Ramsis Cup (2008 and 2016); captained England in GC World Team Championships 2012 and 2016. Has competed in 16 different WCF Member countries. Vice-President of the Croquet Association, President of the European Croquet Federation and Secretary-General of the World Croquet Federation. Lives in Haslemere, Surrey. Married to Sarah with 4 children aged 27 to 33. Management consultant, Waverley Borough Councillor, active in local politics and keen golfer and all-round sportsman.

[from Croquet Association]