The Australian Government is investing $28.9M over four years to get the least active Australians active through the Move It AUS – Participation Grants Program.
Swimming Australia (SA) has received funding under the Move It AUS – Participation Grants Program. As part of this SA has committed to providing a portion of this funding towards community-level swimming and aquatics programs that align with the Move It Aus – Participation Grants Program objectives.
WPWAI is excited to confirm that we are going to run the Water Polo on the Island event again as per our original plans. Games will be played on the 30th of November on Saturday. We apologise for the delay in the distribution of information.
To nominate a team, please fill out the Team Nomination Form and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB Monday 11th of November 2019. The nomination fee is $60/team. An invoice ...Continue Reading →
On behalf of the Board of Water Polo WA, please find below a media release regarding the Chair and Deputy Chair for 2019-2020.
The Board has also confirmed appointed Director positions for 2019-2020:
• Jonathan Shellabear has been re-appointed as a Director following his initial appointment in November 2018, and will continue to support in the area of business development.
• The board has also ...Continue Reading →
The Water Polo Western Australa Inc. Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday October 6, 2019. As part of the meeting, elections were held with WPWAI members given the task of electing four nomniee’s to become directors of the board.
Voting for the elected positions was done on the preferential method, as defined by the West Australian Electoral Commission, with the first choice given one vote, the second two votes and so on until all nominees have been collected. The nominees that had the ...Continue Reading →
The Water Polo State Presidents (with the exception of South Australia) today circulated an open letter to update the community of the process and status of the current reform under discussion within Water Polo in Australia.
A copy of the letter can be accessed at the link below:
If you require any further information or have questions, please do not hesitate to contact your State President in the first instance. The State Presidents want to assure the Water Polo community that this ...Continue Reading →
With an average age of 73, the Perth Cockatoos retained their 70+ FINA World Championship men’s water polo crown at the recent event in Gwangju, South Korea.
And not to be outdone, the Pink Pointers, with an average age of 59 years, also a Perth-based team, won the 55+ women’s crown.
It was no mean feat as the teams had to overcome some much younger teams in the mis-matched schedule with teams numbers well down from the 2017 championships staged in Budapest, ...Continue Reading →
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Water Polo WA
Notice is hereby given to all members that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Water Polo WA will be held on Sunday 6th October 2019 at 10am at Royal Life Saving WA (Training Rooms, next to Water Polo WA Office).
Below is the draft intended agenda:
3 Minutes of previous AGM held on 16th September 2018
4 Adoption of 2018-19 Annual Report
5 2018-19 WPWAI Financial Report
6 Appointment of Auditors
7 Election ...
Water Polo WA is pleased to announce a two-year partnership between Auspole Sports Products and Water Polo WA, which is set to continue a long-standing partnership in supporting the sport in the state.
Auspole Sports Products has again committed to being the exclusive ball partner for Water Polo WA and will continue to support more juniors playing the game.
As part of this new partnership, Water Polo WA is delighted to announce that Auspole Sports Products will be providing balls into the regional areas and ...Continue Reading →