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Waikato Water Polo Club Competition

 

The Waikato Water Polo Club Competition is a competition designed to increase the skill level and relationships within the club. The competition was established to have a platform for players to continue playing Water Polo post school. The fee for the competition across all 3 divisions is $75, with this cost covering poolspace,entry and equipment as well as referee and coaching costs. The competition runs across Term 2, split into three divisions encompassing players of all skill levels. All registered players are split into even teams across the three divisions. These teams are all designated a club coach who works with them throughout the competition.

The muster nights for this year are:

Division 1: Wednesday 3rd May 6pm-9pm

Division 2 & 3: Sunday 14th May 3pm-7pm

During muster nights, players will be introduced to teammates and coaches and play some warm up games.

Division Descriptions:

Division 3: Beginner and Intermediate Level Players – This division plays on a Sunday afternoon and runs primarily with years 6 – 8 level players.

Division 2: This division is aimed towards players in Junior High School. This Division will also play on a Sunday afternoon.

Division 1 Men & Women’s Divisions: These divisions are for players who are playing at Senior High School level and those who are no longer attending school who wish to continue playing the sport.

2 weeks ago

Waikato Waterpolo

Awesome work boys !! great start to the tournament for our U18s - 4 from 4 👊🏼Pool play is now complete in the u18 Girls Nationals. Atlantis Tridents are looking strong and remain unbeaten in pool A. In the top spot in the pool means they have a direct passage to the Semifinals. They will play the winner of North Harbour Black (third in PoolA) and Hibiscus Coast Gold (second in pool B).
North Harbour Maroon has finished top of the table in Pool B after a 4-4 draw with Hibiscus Coast Gold. As both teams ended on even points the teams scores were compared against the third placed team in Pool B. This was Atlantis Aqua and both teams had won 9-2. This required a comparison of the teams scores against Canterbury who had placed fourth in the section and North Harbour had won 20-5 compared to Hibiscus Coasts 17-7 win. This top spot gives North Harbour Maroon an immediate spot in the semifinals. Their semifinal match will be against the winner of Atlantis (third in pool B) and Marist (second in Pool A).

Pool play in the Boys u18 Nationals competition was complete yesterday. Marist A, North Harbour Maroon, Tauranga and Waikato were all clear winners of their pools. Finishing second in their respective sections were Waitakere, Mountfort, Canterbury and Hutt who each keep their chances of continuing to medal playoffs alive as they go through to the 2 playoff sections (top 2 from pool play sections).
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