Representing the independent voice of water polo in England and GB, and managed by Chris Dean and Andy Rolle, the Water Polo England site brings you England and GB water polo news, results and more. We have 2 clear objectives, namely:
1 To act as a responsive and responsible water polo community archive and resource, maintaining an accessible database of all England and wider GB water polo activity for the community, and
2 To provide communication within the community about all current and future water polo activity in England and GB.
The Water Polo England site and its web managers are completely independent of the ASA, but are supportive of the efforts of the ASA and its Water Polo Management Group to bring leadership and strategic direction to water polo in England and GB.
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Great Britain’s U19s finished ninth at the European Championships after beating Germany 10-5 (1-2, 3-2, 5-0, 1-1) in a thrilling 9th/10th final in Madeira on Friday. Stephanie Whittaker, Milly Wordley and Robyn Greenslade top scored for Great Britain with two goals each, as Nick Hume’s squad fought back brilliantly from 2-1 down to win the match and ensure they ended the tournament on a high. Captain Annie Clapperton (1), Lily Turner (1), Katy Cutler (1) and Emmie-Rose Eastwood (1) were also among the goals as Great Britain delivered another outstanding performance,