The annual event was organised and run by Bunbury Water Polo Association over the weekend with the participation of ex-national players, Olympians and the 2017 World Masters Champion, Perth Cockatoos (65+). In order to make the games fairer, a handicapping system was put in place.
|City Beach 50+|
|Melville Grey Sharks 65+|
|Spitting Cobras 60+|
|Bunbury Old Boys 55+|
The Grand final was played between UWA City Beach and Spitting Cobras, who had a 3 goal head start, being a 60+ team. The match resulted in the victory of City beach, winning 7-5.
Best and Fairest Award – Ray Mayers (UWA City Beach)
Highest Goal Scorer – Col Wedd (Spitting Cobras) and Greg Jones (UWA City Beach)
|Pink Pointers 50+|
|Aqua Rays 40+|
|Vintage Sista’s 45+|
The Grand Final saw the Aquaholics and Dolphins go head to head, with the latter going through the tournament undefeated. As the scores were even at full time (2-2) a penalty shootout was played. Our Olympic gold medalist (2000 Sydney), Danielle Woodhouse was the goalie for the Aquaholics and the shootout resulted with the Aquaholics winning 3-1. Final score: Aquaholics – 5 v Dolphins – 3.
Best and Fairest – Jemma Day (Aquaholics)
Highest Goalscorer – Natalie Hawkes