Mini Polo Yr 5/6 Competition

Sunday Competition – Term 2 2022

Competition Dates:

Sunday 29th May, 12th, 19th, 26th June and 3rd July at Christ College School Pool.  Games will be played between 1.00pm-4.00pm each week.

Entry:

Entry is limited to 12 Teams only.

To enter a School Team please use this link https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/197413 to fill in a Schools Registration Form for Term 1 Mini Polo.

Entries open Monday 2nd May.

Entries close Wednesday 18th May.

Individual entries will be accepted to make a composite team if we do not have 12 teams entered by the closing time and date. If 12 teams are entered, unfortunately composite teams will be unable to enter.

To enter as an individual please use this link https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/197411 and complete the form.  The registration form can also be found on the Canterbury Water Polo (CWP) Website www.canterburywaterpolo.org.nz and register via the Term 2 Mini Polo Player Form.


Draw:

The Draw will be available on the Canterbury Water Polo website on Wednesday 18th May.


Venue:

The programme will take place at Christ College School Pool.


Team and Grade Conditions:

Teams will consist of 6 players in the water with a maximum of 10 players per team. Teams can be made up of either gender or mixed.

Teams will be split into 2 sections and will play a round robin series. The emphasis of Mini Polo is to promote skill improvement and a passion for the sport.


Equipment:

Players must have their own togs.

Player caps and balls will be provided.


Format:

Sessions will be 30 minutes in length and will consist of a 15-minute training provided CWP coaches and followed by a 15-minute game. A draw will be released on Wednesday 18th May and published on the CWP website and sent out to the school contacts.

Health and Safety:

Schools and parents are responsible for the health and safety of their students in transit to and from the venue. All parents and players must comply and follow the venue’s evacuation & risk management plans.

Game officials and coaches are responsible for the safety of students during training and play.

Cancellation:

If Mini Polo needs to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances the school’s contact person will be contacted.

Cost:

A team entry fee of $360 will cover coaching, pool entry and referees.

Schools will be invoiced on registration.

Individuals will be charged $55 and sent an invoice if a composite team is made.