Exeter Water Polo U19 men The Turbo Cup Barcelona Sept 2016

We are delighted to receive our first report from an international club competition, provided by Jaggers and Tanya Wheeler, in relation to Exeter Water Polo Club U19 men’s team’s appearance in the Turbo Cup hosted by BIWPA in Barcelona in Sept 2016. Thank you both for your info.file-11-09-2016-23-55-30

Game 1 Exeter  v Barcelona

Exeter’s first match in the Tournament saw quarter scores of 4-2 3-1 4-0 3-1 to end 14-4 to Barcelona. A decent effort from the Team in the first half.

Goals
1 – Kamz Powell
1 – Sam Alberici
1 – Tom Hunt
1 – Jack Cutting

Game 2 Exeter v Esslingen

A critical win against beat Esslingen (Stuttgart – German Champions in this age group) 14-12.

Goals
4 – Sam Alberici
4 – Kamz Powell
2 – Alex Waller
1 – Eric Perkin
1 – Aaron Mason
1 – Jack Cutting
1 – Tom Hutchens

Game 3 Exeter v Vigo

Buoyed from the result against Esslingen yesterday – the Team continued to play great water polo and a very strong first quarter resulted in a 4-1 lead against Vigo from North West Spain with eventual 13-7 victory.

Goals
3 – Kamz Powell
3 – Sam Alberici
2 – Bob Whittaker
2 – Tom Hutchens
1 – Jack Cutting
1 – Alex Waller
1 – Harry Wheeler

Game 4 Exeter v CN St Feliu

6-6 at full-time v CN St Feliu.10-10 after penalties. Lost in sudden death.

Goals
3 – Sam Alberici
1 – Kamz Powell
1 – Tom Hutchens
1 – Tom Hunt

Classification game Exeter v CN Catalunya

An amazing performance to come 7th in the Tournament after a (1-1, 2-0, 1-1, 3-1) closely fought match v CN Catalunya. Final score 7-3.

Goals
3 – Sam Alberici
2 – Alex Waller
1 – Kamz Powell
1 – Jack Cutting

file-11-09-2016-23-56-05Coach Jaggers said, “The Team has surpassed expectations and we have received so many compliments from coaches and officials at the event about how surprised they were that the standard of play in GB had improved to the extent demonstrated by the team’s performances. We are very grateful to our supporters who have travelled with us.”

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