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British clubs in LEN Euro League

27 November 2013

Great Britain’s best water polo clubs will be taking part in the LEN Euro League from 28 November – 1 December.

City of Manchester, City of Liverpool and London Otter will take on the top European domsetic clubs in the league with the two best teams from each of the four groups going through to the next round.

To download information and fixtures for the LEN Women's Euro League Preliminary Group C in Manchester, click here.City of Manchester and City of Liverpool have been drawn into Group C and will play their matches at Manchester Aquatics Centre with tickets available on the door for all sessions.

London Otter have been drawn into Group B and will play their matches at Het Ravijn in the Netherlands.

City of Manchester President Mike Glover said: “We are really pleased to have this opportunity as we haven’t had this level of competition for the past couple of years.

"It is a great competition supported by British Water Polo and Graeme Thompson [National Performance Director]. We are very much looking forward to the matches and we should have good support.

"It is a great opportunity for our younger players too so they can play against such good quality players and in a full sized pitch.”

"This competition provides clubs with the opportunity to compete with some excellent European club and players," - Graeme ThompsonCity of Liverpool’s Joanna Mountfield said: “Even though several of our best players will not be available due to being placed abroad with continental clubs as part of the GB Performance Programme we regard this competition as an important development experience especially for the younger players who will now have an opportunity to take part."

British Water Polo National Performance Director Graeme Thompson added: "This competition provides clubs with the opportunity to compete with some excellent European club and players.

"I expect a high level of Polo throughout the five days of competition.

"This is the first chance for some of these players to compete at this level and I think all clubs competing will get a lot out of this. Tickets are still available and I urge people to go along and show their support for Liverpool or Manchester."

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