THE Water Polo WA Men’s Premier League is preparing to return for the second half of the 2017-18 season following the Christmas and New Year break with South Fremantle Bloods and the UWA Rangers sitting on top of their respective Fremantle and UWA Conferences.
The new-look Men’s Premier League went through 10 rounds to finish 2017 having been broken up into Fremantle and UWA Conferences for the first staff following a competition restructure.
THE Water Polo WA Women’s Premier League is getting ready to return to action following the Christmas and New Year break with the Melville Marlins and Triton coming back on top of the respective Fremantle and UWA Conferences.
The new-look Women’s Premier League went through 10 rounds to finish 2017 having been broken up into Fremantle and UWA Conferences.
The 10 rounds so far have been made up of eight weekends of teams playing one another within their own conferences and then ...
The Water Polo WA Country Association is now calling for nominations for the mens and womens Coaches and Managers for the Australian Country Water Polo Championships to be held in Rockhampton QLD 23-27 May 2018.
Please find below the nomination criteria for both roles.
Karratha water polo will be hosting their second H2Opolo@theisland event on Australia Day 2018, with a weekend full of activities. This year there will be two pools set up. One for the senior competition and another smaller pool for the kids. A DJ will be blasting Aussie day tunes on Friday and Triple J top 100 on Sat 27th. All players will be required to pay a $10 nomination that includes a custom H2Opolo@theisland stubby holder and kids get a water polo ball.
THE final round of the Men’s Premier League for 2017 ahead of the Christmas and New Year break took place across two game days with wins for the South Fremantle Bloods, Port Colts, Triton and UWA Rangers.
The Round 10 Fremantle Conference action in the Men’s Premier League saw the South Fremantle Bloods beat the Melville Sharks 9-7 and the Port Colts defeat Dolphins 14. Both games took place at Bicton Pool.
However, the Sharks were awarded the win against the Bloods ...
IT was a good day for the Fremantle teams in the Men’s Premier League on Saturday as the Melville Sharks, South Fremantle Bloods and Port Colts all won their Cross Conference battles with the UWA Flotsam just overcoming Dolphins.
It was the second round of Cross Conference action for the 2017-18 Men’s Premier League season as teams from the Fremantle and UWA conferences locked horns.
Starting at HBF Stadium, the results saw the Melville Sharks defeat UWA Rangers 9-1 and the South ...