THE Water Polo WA Men’s A-Grade competition for 2020 resumed on Saturday afternoon with four enthralling matches across two venues with the South Fremantle Bloods and UWA Flotsam scoring wins to keep them at the top of the table.
The competition took a break the previous weekend after the opening five weeks of the 2020 A-Grade season and then resumed with a bang on Saturday afternoon with the four matches across two separate pools.
WITH Zoe Arancini continuing to lead the way, Applecross kept winning on Saturday to remain unbeaten in the Women’s A-Grade competition for 2020 while the Melville Marlins also kept their winning form going.
Following a week’s break after the opening five rounds of the A-Grade competition for 2020, the action resumed on Saturday afternoon with all four women’s teams in action at Bicton Pool.
Those results saw the Melville Marlins take away a 12-7 victory against Triton while Applecross also defeated UWA ...
IT’S fair to say 2020 didn’t quite live up to what Andrew Ford had hoped. It had the possibility of being the year of his life if he got to represent Australia at the Tokyo Olympics, but instead he hopes that can happen in 2021 and he’s looked at the positives.
Ford has now played 75 times for the Aussie Sharks in international water polo and having been part of the team that won the FINA World Cup silver medal in ...
FIVE rounds into the season of the Men’s A-Grade competition from Water Polo WA to close 2020 and it’s the South Fremantle Bloods undefeated but UWA Flotsam and Port Colts are breathing down their necks with plenty of players in outstanding form.
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on most areas of life across the world in 2020 but to the credit of everyone involved, the A-Grade competition from Water Polo WA has started this season without a hitch and we ...
AHEAD of the bye this weekend for the Water Polo WA A-Grade competition, there have been five rounds of competition already with Melville’s Applecross team so far undefeated with superstar Zoe Arancini so far leading the way.
It has been a year in 2020 like no other thanks to COVID-19 but it’s a great credit to all involved that the A-Grade competition has been able to get up and running per schedule for the 2020/21 season.
Water Polo WA are currently recruiting for the position of Development Coordinator. The successful applicant will be responsible for the development and growth of the sport including participation, school engagement, player pathways, coach, referee, and official’s development.
Pursuant to its Constitution, Water Polo WA is seeking highly qualified individuals with a passion for Water Polo to join its board.
the Water Polo WA AGM scheduled to be held on Saturday 31 October,
elections will be held for 5 of the 8 elected director ...
is hereby given to all members that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of
Water Polo WA will be held on Saturday
October at 10am at Royal Life Saving WA
(Training Rooms, next to Water Polo WA Office).
Welcome address by the Chair
Confirm and approve minutes of the 2019 AGM.
Receive and adopt the audited financial statement for the year ending 30th June 2020
Consider & approve the appointment of Auditors for the year 20120/2021
Water Polo WA are currently recruiting for the position of Development Coordinator. The successful applicant will be responsible for development and growth of the sport including participation, school engagement, player pathways, coach, referee, and official’s development.
Water Polo WA are currently recruiting for the position of Competition Coordinator. The successful applicant will deliver the Perth Metropolitan competition in the summer season, provide support for the State Country Championships and contribute to event and operations administration in the off-season period.