Congratulations to the South Australian teams.
The 2017 National Championships were a hard fought battle between the states.
The Open A team came 2nd, displaying their skills and tactics.
The Open B team competed well and had fun despite two broken paddles.
The Woman’s team played well gaining lots of experience.
The Master’s team came 2nd, losing the grand final to a Golden Goal in overtime.
The micro-juniors, competing up in the junior division, played well against much older and more experienced players.
Floatfest 2017, 8 and 9 April at Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge
Players to demonstrate canoe polo at Floatfest 2017.
Canoe polo has two slots in the Floatfest
Saturday 8 April, 3pm and Sunday 9 April, 11am
Last year those attending had fun. If you would like to be a participant this year on either or both days, please let Simon know ASAP. firstname.lastname@example.org or 0410777160
You will also need to register for the event at https://floatfest17.eventbrite.com.au/
You could also assist in the 2017 World Record attempts. Check the program for details and times for each event.
Summer Season 2017 table
This week, Wednesday 22nd, is the last week in the Round Robin competition.
The B grade table as of last week is: –
|teams||Games won||Games drawn||Games lost||Goals for||Goals against||Goal percentage||Points||Place|
Next week is Finals.
Make sure you are a member of a canoe club to be able to play in the finals.
Training is on Sunday mornings at 9 – 11am at Corcoran Dr, West Lakes. All ability levels welcome.
Canoe Polo Technical Committee