Well Done to Our Players in the u15 National Age Groups

Well done to all Warrington players who competed at the u15 National Age Groups Water Polo Championships in Sunderland over the weekend.

Boys Competition Saturday.

In the Group stages Tom Roper and Jack Moss, playing for Bridgefield in Group D, started with a convincing 6-2 win against Caledonia on Saturday morning, then lost out 8-5 to city of Birmingham before a 12-6 loss to (tournament Winners) Sedgefield. Strong performances came in the play-offs with a 15-3 victory against City of Sheffield and further success against West London Penguins 7-3 placing them 9th in the competition.

Chris Jones playing for City of Manchester Squad A competing in Group B started the tournament with an 8-1 loss against (tournament runners up) Devenport, before facing local rivals City of Chester and securing a 9-2 win. In the play-offs a 5-0 win against Grantham, put them up against Croyden Amphibians for their final match which they won 10-4 to finish in 7th place.

Girls Competition Sunday

Warrington members, Tilly Connolly, Isabella Smithson and Lily Ireland have had a fantastic competition playing for City of Liverpool. They ended the group stages unbeaten and with a 62 point goal difference with wins against Iceni (22-2), City of Manchester (10-6), City of Birmingham (17-2) and Sedgefield (26-3).

Liverpool faced Sheffield in the Semi's and secured a postion in the final with a 9-7 win.

A nail-biting final against London Otter followed with Liverpool 5-6 down in the last minute, converting a penalty to finish 6-6. The match had to be decided by a penalty shoot-out which Liverpool very narrowly lost to finish as Silver medal winners.

Well done to all Warrington players for competing.

Pictured is Lily and Issy with hard earned Silver medals

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Cheshire County 12u Water Polo Festival

Congratulations to the Warrington team who played really well and came second in the event.

In the initial league, Warrington convincingly won three games by 8 goals or more and came second in their league after losing one game by two goals to the eventual winners Radcliffe Reds.

This meant a semi final with Chester Romans who were top of the other league, which Warrington won a close match by the only goal in the game.

This set up the final with Radcliffe Reds, who won their semi final by a four goal margin.. In the final Warrington played well narrowly losing by one goal in a close game with a final score of 2-1 to Radcliffe Reds.

With only six players, coming second and overall winning four out of six games was an excellent result . With nine teams, around 80 players and 25 games it was a really good event .Thanks to all the volunteers who helped make the event run so smoothly.

For full results click here

Development Camps Thursday October 31st; Friday November 1st

Bookings are now open for the following Development Camps at Moreton Hall School, Oswestry.

Thursday 31 October | Freestyle and Backstroke Development

Friday 1 November | Butterfly & Breaststroke Development

Led by international swimming coach Paul Remmonds, learn about the key principals of all 4 strokes with starts and turns in a focussed environment. 

If you would like further information please contact Paul Remmonds on paulremmonds1958@gmail.com  or 07867 116 607 or for further details please visit the following link 


Greater Manchester Autumn Meet 28th/29th September 5th/6th October

The Greater Manchester Autumn meet entries form is attached  but I need to advise you that the  2nd weekend of competition is the same day as our Club Championships  as I cannot confirm the finishing time on the Saturday you may wish to avoid that day. All entry forms must be returned to Maureen Appleby no later than the   3rd  September.