THE two West Australian teams in the OVO Australian Water Polo League opened their 2020 seasons on Friday night in a Western Derby at Bicton Pool with two victories for Fremantle against the UWA Torpedoes.
While the 2020 OVO AWL season began a week earlier, both WA teams had the opening round bye setting the stage for a Western Derby opener to their campaigns at Bicton Pool on Friday night.
It was an important way to start the season for both teams ...
MELVILLE’S South Fremantle Bloods are the 2019 Men’s A-Grade premiers after winning Saturday’s Grand Final at Bicton Pool 13-8 over UWA Water Polo Club at Bicton Pool.
The teams for the Men’s A-Grade Grand Final were decided
the previous Saturday in the Conference Finals which saw the South Fremantle
Bloods defeat the Melville Sharks 14-10 while UWA booked their place in the decider
by defeating Triton 15-13 in a cracking contest at HBF Stadium.
That all set the stage for the Grand Final for 2019 ...
THE Melville Marlins have ended 2019 on a high ensuring Fremantle will enter the 2020 Australian Water Polo League full of confidence after winning the Women’s A-Grand Grand Final over Triton on Saturday at Bicton Pool.
The revamped Women’s A-Grade competition was played out prior to Christmas this summer to overcome the difficulties that come when trying to go up against the national AWL season once it’s up and running early in the new year.
The 2019 A Garde Men’s and Women’s Grand Finals took place at Bicton Pool on 14th of December. Its was great to see such high standard finals with all players giving it their best. Well done to all participating teams and a special mention to the winners.
MWPC South Freo Bloods 13 defeated UWA City Beach 8
On behalf of the Water Polo WA community, we wish to congratulate Fiona Haigh on being appointed to referee Australia Stingers Vs USA in January 2020, as part of the Australian Youth Championships. The full schedule of games can be found below
On the 14th November, 160 children from 11 Pilbara schools have gathered together at the South Hedland Aquatic Centre today for the 5th annual Pilbara Spirit Swimming and Lifesaving Carnival.
This Carnival gives the children an opportunity to get together and showcase the swimming and lifesaving skills they have learnt throughout the year via the Swim and Survive and Swim for Fruit programs, which are supported by Principal Community Partner BHP, Healthway, and the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural ...
Water Polo on the Island is only a few days away and we hope this year will be just as much fun as last year!
For your information see the final schedule below. Note changes on Sunday for finishing but also please double check your schedule for playing and refereeing roster. Additionally, don’t forget to bring a whistle to referee with!