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Swim England Water Polo Club of the Year award finalists revealed

The three Water Polo Club of the Year nominees have been revealed ahead of this year’s Swim England National Awards.

The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony which will take place in the University of Birmingham’s Great Hall on Saturday 26 November.

As well as the Water Polo Club of the Year award, there are club of the year awards for each of our disciplines which have already been announced. You can keep up with all the finalists for the National Awards here.

Awards will also be given to the volunteer, youth volunteer, technical official, coach and youth champion of the year as well as the spirit of aquatics award.

There’s also several other gongs that will be given out at the ceremony.

These are for the Swim England Breakthrough Athlete of the Year awards, the Spirit of the Commonwealth Games awards and the Harold Fern and Alfred H Turner award.

Make sure to keep an eye on our channels as we announce more finalists ahead of the ceremony in Birmingham.

The nominees the Swim England Water Polo Club of the Year Award, are:

Worthing Water Polo Club

From a small seaside town on the south coast, Worthing Water Polo Club has had remarkable success over the last few years.

This year, they were crowned national champions in the boys’ U17 age group competition, beating City of Manchester in the final, and continue to produce a number of athletes that go onto compete at national and international level.

A pathway has been put in place to aid the development of coaches and officials which has encouraged senior players to contribute back to the club.

Worthing has provided an inclusive environment which has given the opportunity for hundreds of children to train, play and compete at the highest level and are putting the small club on the national map.

City of Coventry Water Polo

City of Coventry has grown massively in recent years and the club make sure to involve players of all ages in everything they do.

The club’s dedication to the sport has seen them have teams competing in mini, local and national leagues. City of Coventry has had a number of players selected for both England and Great Britain both at junior and senior international level.

Its coaches, team managers and volunteers put in a lot of effort to ensure the club runs smoothly and were one of the clubs that led the way after the pandemic by setting up protocols to restart the sport.

Rotherham Water Polo Club

Growing each year, Rotherham Metro prides itself in delivering high quality training sessions for all, including mini polo.

The club has a high standard of coaching for younger water polo players and through the sessions, children continue their love of the water with the club working hard to encourage each individual to get involved and improve.

Rotherham Metro continue to produce a number of athletes that have gone onto compete for Great Britain with representatives taking part in both the EU Nations tournament as well as the U19s’ Women’s European Championships during the summer.

Tickets for the Swim England National Awards are now on sale to the public and you can purchase them here.