On behalf of Western Australian Water Polo and all the clubs I would like to express our sadness at the departure of Tibor Seress from his position as Sport Development Manager.
He has been with WA Water Polo for some 12 years and has loyally served our sport and had wonderful rapport with all the clubs. Tibor bought his experience as an international player and infinite passion to the role. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours and hope ...
As part of our continued commitment to providing support to our clubs, Water Polo WA would like to invite every Club President and Committee Member to our Club Development Forum.
The Forum will take place on the 15th of August at the Royal Life Saving Society, Mt Claremont. The event provides a great opportunity to catch up with our club representatives as well as to provide training and resourcing. For the detailed program, please see the flyer below.
Last week [1 May], the National Cabinet met to consider the resumption of sport and recreation activities.
The National Cabinet has formally recognised that sport and recreation bring significant health, social, economic and cultural benefits to our country and that these benefits will be essential as Western Australia begins returning to normality post-COVID.
A Framework for Rebooting Sport in a COVID-19 Environment was developed by the Australian Institute of Sport, to provide a guide to the staged resumption ...
THE 2020 OVO Australian Water Polo League wasn’t able to reach its natural conclusion this season but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t plenty to like from a West Australian perspective with the performances of the Fremantle Marlins/Mariners and UWA Torpedoes.
Water Polo Australia was left with no choice but to call a premature finish to the 2020 AWL season due to the outbreak of Coronavirus and with all sports all round the world either shutting down or being postponed, not to ...
THE Men’s Challenge Cup season for the 2020 came to a conclusion with preliminary final victories for UWA City Beach, Triton and the Melville Sharks.
Unfortunately due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the measures that have had to be implemented has meant that the 2020 season was unable to be concluded, but it wasn’t without an exciting five rounds and three preliminary final matches before that.
The regular season for the Men’s Challenge Cup in 2020 took place over five rounds ...
WHILE Coronavirus has unfortunately meant the season had to be concluded early, it was a strongly competitive four-team Women’s Challenge Cup competition over the six rounds highlighting the improvements made in the second part of the summer.
The Women’s Challenge Cup competition for 2020 saw four teams competing and that meant that all four of those sides were strongly competitive setting the stage four a high-quality four weeks of action.
COVID-19 has meant that all competitive sports, and non-essential activities, have been ...
FOLLOWING a break after the second derbies of the 2020 OVO Australian Water Polo League season, the two West Australian teams are back in action this week for a New South Wales road trip against the Balmain Tigers and the University of NSW.
Prior to the break for the OVO AWL competition mid-season, both Fremantle and the UWA Torpedoes played out derbies back in Round 5 at HBF Stadium.
Things got underway with the women’s clash which saw the Fremantle Marlins beat ...
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 ...