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Ian Burnham

It is sad regret that we annouce the death of former Bristol Central player, Ian Burnham, aged 48. ” A stalwart of the great Bristol Central teams of the 90’s “ John Sissons It is believed that the former player suffered a heart attack whilst on holiday with his family in Tenerife. The league offer… Read More »

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South Glos concede points to University of Bath and Match Sheets

South Glos became the first club to be docked two points this season, after they postponed on University of Bath for a second time, unable to field enough players for a team on Saturday due to unavailability because of Easter Holidays. South Glos fell foul of Rule 14.4 which states that a team is only… Read More »

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Swansea through to the next round of the President’s Cup

Swansea entertained Cwm Draig in the first round of the President’s Cup, and last year’s runners-up were given a 15-goal start over fellow Welshmen. Cwm Draig got off to a fine start chasing down the handicap, and netted eight goals in the opening period to Swansea adding one to theirs, 16-8. However, it was a… Read More »

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Cwm Draig pick up their first points courtesy of Weston

Weston Water Polo entertained Cwm Draig from Aberdare at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre on Sunday evening, but were disappointed with losing to the visitors 8-10 in this Bristol & West Water Polo League game. Weston were without key player Liam Coles, and because of this lacked firepower up front. However, they were awarded a penalty… Read More »

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Significant moment for City of Bristol Club

In what was a very significant moment for City of Bristol Water Polo Club, the Junior B team (U16 age group) played their first ever league match against Cwm Draig on Saturday.  With a full team of 13 players and the oldest player in the side only 14 years of age, it’s testament to the… Read More »

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Barbarians put Weston to the sword

A strong Barbarians team put a Weston team lacking numbers to the test in a recent Division 1 game played at Hengrove, which saw the visitors from the Seaside go down 24-10. The Barbarians team included in their number, Joe Hubble, who had just been selected to play for the England 19 and under team,… Read More »

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Weston suffer defeat at the hands of Swindon

Weston travelled to the Hydro Pool at Swindon on Sunday evening for a Bristol & West Water Polo League Division 1 fixture against Swindon Dolphins, but suffered their first defeat of the season, 13-8 with a disappointing performance, giving Swindon their first points of the season. Both teams struggled to get the upper hand in… Read More »

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Swindon run out of steam against Barbarians

Thursday 21st march saw Barbarians welcome Swindon to Hengrove to play in the BWWPL Division 1 match. Barbarians always knew that it was going to be a tough, physical match, with the vast experience available to Swindon, yet still Barbarians took the opportunity to start some more Junior players in their journey into Senior Polo.… Read More »

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