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AGM of Dunfermline Waterpolo Club
Carnegie Leisure Centre, Dunfermline
Wednesday 08 November
6-45pm for 7.00pm start
All members and parents of junior members
are welcome and encouraged to attend.
GB Selection for 3 DWPC Players
Huge congratulations to Dunfermline Water Polo Club players Aithne Lawrence, Claire Moloney and Niamh Moloney who have been selected for the GB Water Polo U19 junior women squad following successful trials last weekend in Manchester.
The trials established a squad to work together towards both of the following competitions in 2018 - the U19s European Championships & U18s World Championships.
Good luck to the players.
Caledonia U15 Boys National Age Group Team
Good luck to the Dunfermline Water Polo Club players Alex Thomson, Mark Holmes, Kyle Taylor, Harris Taylor and Nathan Crighton competing for Caledonia U15 boys at the Swim England National Age Group Championships in Manchester on 14 Oct. Good luck to the coaches and all the players.
1. Cameron Blance- Stirling
2. Alex Thomson- Dunfermline
3. Alan MacAloney- Forth Valley
4. Cameron McRobbie- Warrender
5. Fraser Cruickshank- Portobello
6. Harris Taylor- Dunfermline
7. James Miller- Stirling
8. Johnathon Hanson- Stirling
9. Kester Harris- Stirling
10. Kyle Taylor- Dunfermline
11. Leon Campbell- Stirling
12. Mark Holmes- Dunfermline
13. Nathan Crighton- Dunfermline
Jean-Luc Zahra- Warrender
Fraser Harris- Stirling
Scotland Junior Boys Team for 2017 Amadeus Cup
Congratulations to the Dunfermline Water Polo Club players Harry Gray (Capt), Cameron Baigrie and Rory Nesbitt who have been selected for the Scotland Junior Boys Water Polo 2002+ team which will compete in the Baltic Amadeus Cup in Vilnius from 26th-29 October 2017.
The matches will be streamed live, details of the link will appear on the Scotland Junior Boys Water Polo Facebook page in due course.
Full team list below:
U18 Girls League Session 2 Match Summary
Dunfermline U18 Girls continued their run of good form with 2 more wins on Sunday 24 Sep at NSA in the new Scottish league. Games consist of 2 periods of 8 mins running time. This Sunday saw the debut for Olivia Cameron from our minipolo squad and we welcomed 3 guests from Menzieshill; Kirsty, Hannah and Anna who have joined our team for the remainder of this competition.
First up Dunfermline played Portobello which proved a tough challenge. With a score of 2-2 at half time, Dunfermline persisted in the 2nd period and gradually took control to finish up 6-3 winners.
After a break, Dunfermline played Stirling and the team took early control of the game and dominated by scoring 5 goals within the first 4 mins of the game without reply. Further goals came for Dunfermline but excellent defensive work ensured only 1 was conceded; 8-1 to Dunfermline at half time.
Coach Calum continued to rotate his players so everyone had the opportunity to get involved and the 2nd half also went Dunfermline way to stretch the lead and take the win 11-3.
The girls all got a good share of game time in both games and Coach Calum was extremely pleased with the way they stuck to the task, took their chances, defended well and played quality water polo. Aithne and Catriona both made good saves in goals when called upon. As the games went on, the improvement in game play and awareness could be seen, especially from the younger ones.
The girls complete their U18 league games on 4 Nov at RCP when they are scheduled to play Larkhall at 6.10pm and then Warrender at 6.50pm.
Team list: A Lawrence, K Roy, E Atherton, H Prattis, H Milner, N Moloney, O McQuade, O Cameron, K Turfus, H Muir, A Campbell, C Aitchison