What a year 2020 has been! Click on the button below and look back on the year for Water Polo WA:Continue Reading →
The pressure was right on the South Fremantle Bloods to complete their perfect season in the Men’s A-Grade competition for 2020 and they produced an impressive Grand Final performance to deliver an 11-6 win against Triton.
With the result in the Women’s Grand Final sending a reminder that nothing is guaranteed no matter how dominant a team has been all season with the Melville Marlins shocking Applecross, the Bloods came into the Grand Final at Bicton Pool desperate to not suffer ...Continue Reading →
The Melville Marlins produced a stunning performance in the Women’s A-Grade Grand Final at Bicton Pool on Saturday afternoon to hand Applecross their first defeat of the season and claim the 2020 premiership.
Coming into the Grand Final, Applecross had put together the perfect season up to that point going through the regular season undefeated and then beating UWA City Beach 19-7 in the semi finals to move straight into the decider.
It was a much harder path for the Marlins just ...Continue Reading →
THE South Fremantle Bloods and Port Colts brought hot form into the South Conference Final on Saturday and produced a Men’s A-Grade classic decided with penalties while the North Conference was won by Triton.
After a competitive and entertaining 10 rounds of the regular season in the Men’s A-Grade competition for 2020, the Conference Finals took place on Saturday afternoon and there was some tremendous water polo played across the two pools.
The South Conference finals took place at Bicton Pool beginning ...Continue Reading →
APPLECROSS continued their unbeaten season in the Women’s A-Grade competition in 2020 with a semi-final win over UWA City Beach while their fellow Melville team, the Marlins were just able to overcome Triton to set up the Grand Final.
Following 10 rounds of the 2020 Women’s A-Grade competition, the four competing teams all locked horns in two semi-final matches up on Saturday afternoon with the winners to book a spot in the Grand Final at Bicton Pool on Saturday December 12.
The ...Continue Reading →
NATALIE Turner has spent a lifetime in water polo and is now excited to be part of growing a new club from scratch at Cockburn while nothing quite brings her more joy than watching the next generation coming through including her own children.
The opening of Cockburn’s Aquatic Recreation Centre which includes the home of the Fremantle Dockers set the stage for the Cockburn Water Polo Club to be established back in 2017 with Turner at the forefront of its establishment ...Continue Reading →
IT ended up a fascinating and thrilling finish to the Men’s A-Grade competition regular season on Saturday with Triton only securing top spot in the North Conference thanks to a one-goal win while the South Fremantle Bloods confirmed their perfect campaign.
The Round 10 action on Saturday afternoon marked the end of the regular season in the Men’s A-Grade competition ahead of two weeks of finals action, and the eight teams combined to put on some fascinating contests with the results ...Continue Reading →
APPLECROSS closed out the regular season in the A-Grade Women’s competition for 2020 by winning all 10 matches after a win on Saturday against Triton which in turn allowed the Melville Marlins to stay in second position.
Round 10 of the Women’s A-Grade competition took place on Saturday afternoon beginning at HBF Stadium with the Melville Marlins guaranteeing themselves second position heading into the semi finals with a 12-5 victory against UWA City Beach.
The other match of the round took place ...Continue Reading →
THE top two positions in each conference of the Men’s A-Grade competition have been locked away but there were some interesting results in Round 9 action on Saturday with wins for Triton, South Fremantle Bloods, UWA City Beach and Port Colts.
That leaves the Bloods and Port Colts out on top of the Fremantle Conference, and UWA Flotsam despite their loss and Triton clear on top of the UWA Conference following nine rounds of the 2020 A-Grade season with one week ...Continue Reading →
THE battle for second position in the Women’s A-Grade competition heated up on Saturday at Beatty Park with Triton claiming a thrilling 9-8 victory over the Melville Marlins.
It turned out to be the only game played in Round 9 of the Women’s A-Grade competition and it with it the penultimate round of action before the semi finals, it was Triton’s last chance to keep their hopes of a top two finish alive.
But with the experience of Dayna O’Leary and Cathryn ...Continue Reading →