Eastwood has had many outstanding players representing the Club in State and even National competitions. Most ‘capped’ member is Edna Gibson, Captain of the New South Wales Interstate team in 1963.

MacRobertsonShield The MacRobertson Shield.

Edna also played in the coveted Interstate Cup held in Queensland, winning the 'English Bronze Medal'. She went on to represent Australia in the MacRobertson International Croquet Shield held in Australia in 1969 between England (winner), New Zealand and Australia. Edna also was a dedicated club member, serving in various voluntary roles, including as President for a total of 15 years between 1956 and 1973.

Another former member who gave admirable service to both the Club and croquet in Australia was Winifred (Win) Dickinson, author of ‘A History of the Australian Croquet Council 1949-1986’, and President of Eastwood Croquet Club for 6 years between 1966 and 1980. She also served on the State and National croquet associations in various volunteer capacities and was vested as a Life Member of Eastwood Club during her membership. For her dedication and achievements, Win was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 1984 and entered on the Australian Sporting Roll of Honour in 1996.
The history of competition and volunteer work on behalf of croquet in Australia and Eastwood Croquet Club in particular has continued over the years, with members sometimes achieving state and national representation and even awards, and recognition and appreciation from members for their evident love of the game of croquet, their sportsmanship, and for commitment and service to the Club.