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Junior Water Polo schedule released

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The full schedule and contact information for the East Midlands ASA Youth Water Polo under-15 inter-club tournaments has been confirmed for the 2012 season.

Teams involved: Hinckley, Grantham (A & B), Spalding, South Derbyshire

Dates and venues

Sunday 26th February Cossington St Pool, Leicester (LE4 6JD)
  14:00 - 16:00 (Hinckley to provide table officials)
Sunday 25th March Meres Pool, Grantham (NG31 7XG)
  13:00 - 16:00 (Grantham to provide table officials)
Sunday 22nd April University Pool, Loughborough (LE11 3TU)
  12:00 - 15:00 (South Derbys to provide table officials)
Sunday 27th May Oundle School Pool (PE8 4AQ)
  12:30 - 15:30 (Spalding to provide table officials)

To locate a pool use, the post code on sat-nav or view at www.streetmap.co.uk

Contacts for Youth Water Polo

Tournament Co-ordinator Tony Taylor
01604 457648 & 07803 628805
Hinckley Nick Hunter
07595 069178
Grantham Chris Shennan
07973 287158
Spalding Jack Carpenter
01775 723625
South Derbyshire Stuart Kemp
01332 519755

Tournaments are to be played under ASA Laws and such specific conditions as have been published by the East Midland District ASA and circulated to all clubs & are available on request.

The age group for participants is 15 and under (born 1997 or since).  However, if a club finds it cannot raise a team of at least 9 players it may apply to the tournament co-ordinator to request inclusion of up to two players age 16 (born 1996) who have not played at a higher level of the game.

Teams may be of both sexes as allowed for under ASA laws.

Normally all teams will play each other in games of two periods of six minutes. This may be varied when necessary by agreement between teams before an event begins.


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