Water Polo Clubs in New South Wales Australia

Water Polo Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 48

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  • Albury Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 214 Times

    Albury

    Listing id: 42607

    Albury Tigers Water Polo Club was formed in 1982 and was administered by a young and enthusiastic committee. Our young founding members built up a well-respected and competitive club.
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  • Alstonville Junior Water Polo ---- Visited: 125 Times

    Alstonville

    Listing id: 42557

    Alstonville is a small rural town on the far north coast of New South Wales, one hour south of the Gold Coast in Qld and 15 minutes inland from the seaside town of Ballina. Alstonville Junior Water Polo started out with only 28 members playing on a Friday morning between 7-8 am. Since those humble beginnings the club has expanded to as many as 230 juniors playing in both ends of the Alstonville Olympic Pool on Friday nights. Water polo could be described as the town's cult sport with many juniors also playing in the Monday night senior competition. Ian Ford, the head coach, is supported by assistant coaches and a very enthusiastic group of parents. Alstonville has produced teams that have won state & national titles and numerous players who have gone on to represent at state and national levels. However, it should be emphasised that the club's objective is to provide an enjoyable sporting and social experience for juniors and to encourage our young athletes to not only develop their skills and fitness and have fun but to also respect their opposition and play in the spirit of the game. Isn't that what junior sport is all about?
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  • Balmain Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 476 Times

    Balmain

    Listing id: 42558

    Aquatic polo was originally played in the Balmain Swimming Pool (Corporation Baths, White Horse Point) in the early 1880’s.. Teams were comprised of 12 players and the referee stood at the end of the diving board, over the pool, with a white and blue flag. Goals were scored by placing the ball in a round lifebuoy. The Balmain club was prominent in the competitions held by the NSWASA and won the 1st Grade again in 1898/99, beating the Balmain “B” team 4 goals to 1.  Currently we play in the Sydney metropolitan competition in 6 grades in the men’s competition and 5 in the women’s. We also participate in Under 18’s, U16’s and U14’s competitions for boys and girls.
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  • Bathurst Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Bathurst

    Listing id: 42611

    Bathurst Water Polo Club
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  • Blue Mountains Water Polo Association Inc. ---- Visited: 241 Times

    Glenbrook

    Listing id: 42559

    Blue Mountains Water Polo has been established since early in the 1980’s and has gone through many changes over the years. Currently the club runs a local Wednesday night competition, held at Glenbrook Pool throughout the Summer Season. This comp caters for players of all ages and abilities. We have Flippa Ball for 8-12 year olds, juniors, senior B grade and senior A grade. Teams are mixed – it’s a great social evening every week. Our Club is also competitive in the Sydney Metro Comp. Each season we have 2 mens teams and 3-4 juniors/ladies teams competing. Mens teams play Tuesday nights and girls and ladies teams play Sunday after-noons/evenings. The competition is played at a number of pools throughout the Sydney Metro area. If your interested in our club we’d love to hear from you!
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  • Bowral Water Polo ---- Visited: 162 Times

    Bowral

    Listing id: 42616

    Southern Highlands Water Polo was formed in April 2013. SHWP is built on the foundations of Bowral Water Polo Club which was established in 1978. It is incorporated as an association of clubs with the aim of improving the opportunities to young and old to be involved in the great sport that it Water Polo.
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  • Byron Bay Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 59 Times

    Byron Bay

    Listing id: 48064

    Byron Bay Water Polo Club

  • Central Coast Walter Polo Club ---- Visited: 227 Times

    Central Coast

    Listing id: 42560

    Central Coast Walter Polo Club
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  • Central Newcastle Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Newcastle

    Listing id: 42617

    Central Newcastle Water Polo Club may be contacted thru Lee Bendeich

  • Cessnock Water Polo ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Cessnock

    Listing id: 42561

    Cessnock Water Polo may be contacted thru Mark Robinson

  • Coffs Harbour Water Polo ---- Visited: 85 Times

    Coffs Harbour

    Listing id: 48062

    Coffs Harbour Water Polo Incorporated was established in 2010 and plays all year round. We also promote a healthy Flippa Ball competition which draws on primary school age children which is both safe and a fun way to introduce them to the sport of water polo.
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  • Coogee Water Polo ---- Visited: 555 Times

    Coogee

    Listing id: 42618

    Coogee Water Polo
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  • Cronulla Sutherland Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 329 Times

    Sutherland

    Listing id: 42562

    The seed for what has become one of Australia's great Water Polo Clubs was sown by the merger of teams from Gymea Bay and Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club who in 1963 entered a team in Third Division of the Sydney Metropoltan Competition.
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  • Drummoyne Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 415 Times

    Drummoyne

    Listing id: 42619

    Drummoyne Water Polo Club Inc was formed in 1904 as one of the foundation clubs in Sydney. Today our Club members still uphold our long standing sporting values - participation, competition and community. The Club continues to innovate and leads the progression of Water Polo in this country. From a humble beginning we now have over 350 members making Drummoyne Water Polo Club one of the biggest in Australia. We now have men's, ladies, boys and girls teams across a growing number of grades.
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  • Easts Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 184 Times

    Charlestown

    Listing id: 42563

    Water Polo is an Olympic sport and is played worldwide.You can become a representative player for Newcastle in State and National competitions.After that you can achieve many things – play in an Olympic team, travel the world and earn money or have fun in a University team – whatever you choose to do!!
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  • Gosford Water Polo ---- Visited: 119 Times

    Gosford

    Listing id: 42564

    Gosford Water Polo
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  • Harden Water Polo ---- Visited: 54 Times

    Harden

    Listing id: 42620

    Harden Water Polo
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  • Hunter Hurricanes Water Polo ---- Visited: 123 Times

    Newcastle

    Listing id: 42565

    The Hurricanes have been involved in the Australian National League Water Polo competition since 2006, with the club entering a men's team in its maiden season. In 2007 the club expanded its involvement to enter a women's team.
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  • Icebergs Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 402 Times

    Bondi

    Listing id: 42622

    Icebergs Water Polo Club may be contacted thru Michael Stafford - Ph# 0419 406 534.
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  • Illawarra District Water Polo ---- Visited: 148 Times

    Illawarra

    Listing id: 42567

    Illawarra District Water Polo
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  • Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Clubs ---- Visited: 142 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 42624

    The Lake Macquarie Dolphins originated at Speers Point Pool and moved in the last five years to Swansea Pool. We are part of the Newcastle Water Polo Association. We are currently made up of over 70 members ranging from 8 years of age through to ...well lets just say considerably older then that!!
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  • Macquarie University Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 427 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 42571

    The Macquarie University Water Polo Club is an exciting sporting and social club where future, past and present students have the opportunity to learn more about waterpolo and represent Macquarie. We have various social activities throughout the season and support our surrogate members who play National League Water polo and Australian Water polo. The club welcomes members of any ability and hopes to continue to grow. The club aims to succeed into both the Sydney Metropolitan Competition as well as perform to the highest standard in both the Eastern University Conference and the Australian University Games. We cater for all skill levels; whether you're an experienced player or never seen a water polo ball before, this is the club for you. The club is very diverse and we aim to encourage and bring the best out of ll players, helping them achieve their full potential within the sport.
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  • Manning Valley Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 78 Times

    Taree

    Listing id: 42627

    Manning Valley Water Polo Club
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  • Newcastle University Water Polo ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Newcastle

    Listing id: 42628

    Newcastle University Water Polo may be contacted thru Gabriella Sainsbury

  • Newcastle Water Polo ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Newcastle

    Listing id: 42573

    Welcome to Newcastle Water Polo. Our competition includes clubs from across Newcastle and the Hunter and caters for men, women and juniors of all skills.  The Newcastle Water Polo Association competition for 2013-14 consists of Junior Boys (born 1998 or later), Junior Girls (born 1998 or later), Open Women and Open Men (A and B Grade). All games are played on Saturday afternoons. A Sunday afternoon junior development program for players born in 2000 or later is hosted by Central Newcastle for 2013-14. This program is open to players from all clubs. Six clubs participate in the Newcastle Water Polo Association competition.
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  • Northern Suburbs Schools Water Polo Association ---- Visited: 473 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 42579

    School based competition in Northern Suburbs of Sydney for male and female teams in age groups u/13 u/15 and Open. With 18 affiliated private and public schools, our competitions involve over 700 players.
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  • Northside Stingrays Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 65 Times

    Albury North

    Listing id: 42629

    We are the home of Water Polo in North Albury/Lavington and are one of 5 local clubs that take part in the Ovens & Murray Water Polo Association. We are a summer sport that plays on weekends across the Albury/Wodonga area. Our club has teams entered into the U14's and U16's Boys and Girls competitions, as well as A and B Women and A, B and C Men. We have upwards of 100 members and are building for success across all grades.
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  • NSW Water Polo Inc. ---- Visited: 447 Times

    Sydney Olympic Park

    Listing id: 42555

    Water polo is considered the most physically demanding of all team games, requiring top performers to cover up to three kilometres in the pool during the one hour it takes to complete a game. This exertion is quite apart from the physical contact, both above and below the surface of the water that players must endure. Despite this, water polo is almost totally devoid of injury from personal contact and generally speaking is played in the spirit demanded by the stringent rules.  A modified form of the game called Flippa Ball has taken off across Australia, allowing children under 10 to engage in regular participation otherwise not possible in the past. This can only encourage the next generation of water polo players.
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  • Orange Jets Water polo ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Orange

    Listing id: 42580

    Orange Jets Water polo

  • Ovens & Murray Water polo Association ---- Visited: 51 Times

    Albury Wodonga

    Listing id: 42630

    The Ovens & Murray Amateur Water Polo Association is situated across two states of Australia, being on the borders of Victoria and NSW, in the twin cities of Albury/Wodonga.
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  • Parramatta Water Polo ---- Visited: 456 Times

    Parramatta

    Listing id: 42581

    Parramatta Water Polo Club is based in the locality of Parramatta City in western Sydney. The club is affiliated with NSW Water Polo Inc and competes in the Sydney metropolitan competition.
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  • Piranhas Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 334 Times

    Baulkham Hills

    Listing id: 48063

    The Northern District Piranhas were established in 2012 The Club is based out of Waves Fitness and Aquatic Centre, Mileham Ave, Baulkham Hills. We currently have girls (u14 and u16) teams competing in the NSW Waterpolo competition. Teams compete in both summer (Oct-March) and winter (May-Aug) seasons each year. We are looking to add an U14s boys team in the summer 2013/14 season, any boys born 2000 and below and are interested in playing, please contact us.
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  • Ryde Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 532 Times

    Ryde

    Listing id: 42632

    Ryde Water Polo is one of Sydney’s longest running clubs, and is based at the official water polo venue for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre. Our world class facilities and experienced coaches, combined with a strong club spirit mean it is a fantastic place to play !
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  • Sharks Water Polo ---- Visited: 41 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 42633

    Sharks Water Polo play in the Ovens & Murray (Albury) Competition in summer

  • Sutherland Shire Junior Water Polo Assoc. ---- Visited: 205 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 42592

    The Sutherland Shire Junior Water Polo Association is an association for all ages and levels of experience. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, we have a division for everyone! We play on Saturday Afternoons and Friday Nights (in Winter, Friday Nights only) across Sutherland, Caringbah and Engadine Leisure Centres.
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  • Sydney Northern Beaches Breakers Water Polo ---- Visited: 556 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 42638

    Sydney Northern Beaches Water Polo “BREAKERS” will be conducting a Flippa BallTM program consisting of lessons and exercises designed to introduce children to the basic skills of water polo, as well as the development of water confidence and water skills with emphasis on fun and participation.
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  • Sydney Stingers Water Polo ---- Visited: 175 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 42634

    The Stingers are a competitive lesbian and gay waterpolo club in Sydney. Originally formed in October 2001 to represent Sydney in the 2002 Gay Games, the club is now incorporated and is a permanent fixture of the Sydney gay and lesbian sporting community, with two teams also playing in the NSW metropolitan competition.
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  • Sydney Uni Water Polo ---- Visited: 616 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 42598

    Sydney Uni Lions aim to provide the organisation and facilities for players of all standards and ages to enjoy the game of waterpolo. We strive to compete at the highest level possible in keeping with the laws of the game, to help nuture young talent and to continue the Lions Spirit and social network that has been the trademark of Sydney Uni Waterpolo for over 20 years.
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  • Sydney Uni Water Polo - Womens ---- Visited: 271 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 42640

    Sydney Uni Water Polo - Womens
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  • Tamworth and District Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 76 Times

    Tamworth

    Listing id: 42599

    Tamworth Water Polo promotes the sport by the development of competitions, training and mentoring of players. Our home pool is the South and West Memorial Pool, located in Kent Street, fondly referred to as "Skully."
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  • The Entrance Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Wyong

    Listing id: 42642

    The club has been established since 1984, competing in the Central Coast Water Polo (CCWPA) competition.
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  • University Of NSW Killer Whales Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 518 Times

    Kensington

    Listing id: 42601

    The UNSW Killer Whales is one of the most successful clubs that compete in the Sydney Metropolitan Competition, International and National Competitions. Boasting a range of ladies teams, and mens teams, (including juniors) we are one of the largest water polo clubs in the Southern Hemisphere.
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  • UNSW Wests Water polo Club ---- Visited: 423 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 42604

    Primarily based at Ashfield Pool in Sydney's Inner West, UNSW Wests Water Polo is one of Australia's oldest and most successful clubs. We currently have 10 Mens teams in the Sydney Metropolitan competition ranging from U14's to U18's in the Juniors and from 6th Grade to 1st Grade in the Seniors. Our 1st Grade team plays in the Australian National Water Polo League and were the 2008 Champions and Bronze medalists in 2010.
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  • Wagga Wagga Water Polo Inc. ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Wagga Wagga

    Listing id: 42643

    The South Australian Jockey Club is South Australia's premier racing club, playing host to 65 days of racing action throughout the year at Allan Scott Park Morphettville. The club has a membership of around 2000, 9 Board Members and employs 75 full-time and more than 400 casual staff. These staff are spread throughout administration, catering, ground staff, race day casuals and the Club's two external entertainment venues in the Morphettville Junction and Cheltenham Park Lucky Horseshoe.
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  • Woy Woy Water Polo ---- Visited: 138 Times

    Woy Woy

    Listing id: 42645

    Woy Woy Water Polo Club Incorporated is based at the Peninsula Leisure Centre in Woy Woy on the Central Coast, NSW. The club's mascot is the 'Wombat', as the club started as a very social outfit. Over recent years the club has grown in numbers and strength to become the Central Coast Club Champions in 2008. The Under 14's Girls, Ladies and Mens A teams were victorious in the grand final in 2009.
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  • Wyong Water Polo Club ---- Visited: 128 Times

    Wyong

    Listing id: 42605

    Wyong Water Polo Club caters for all ages and abilities, each year we endeavour to enter the teams in the Central Coast Water Polo Competition
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