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Lindsay Killeen, matric pupil at Clarendon Girls High in  East London, is used to achieving highly in most of the sports she has participated in however she now as the opportunity to be amongst the very few school goers who can lay claim to representing South Africa at the highest level. 

Lindsay who is also a talented javelin thrower having  represented Amathole District this year has also already  represented South Africa U/18 Water Polo Team at Fina Junior World Championships in Perth, December 2012.

However her success does not stop there! Lindsay Killeen has alsoselected not only for the South Africa U/20 Youth Water Polo Team to participate in Volos, Greece in the 10th FINA World Women Junior Water Polo Championships in August 2013 but also for the Senior South African Women's Water Polo Team that will participate in the 15th FINA World Championships to be staged in Barcelona, Spain from 20 - 30 July 2013. A brilliant achievement for an matric pupil!

Thursday, 13 June 2013 13:27

Water Polo: Clifton Departs for USA Tour

The Clifton First Water Polo Team departs on Sunday 16 June, 2013 on their tour to the United States of America.

Tuesday, 05 March 2013 08:18

Water Polo: St.Mary's Claim the Reef Cup!

St Mary's School Waverley Reef Cup Victory

Tuesday, 26 February 2013 08:12

Water Polo: Reddam win U15 Tournament

Crawford College Lonehill hosted the Shaun Fuchs u15 waterpolo tournament this weekend. Teams from across the country travelled to participate  in what is one of the premier competitions for junior waterpolo. The polo was entertaining and allowed less experienced teams to match themselves against some of the stronger schools in the country.

smwPool A
Crawford u15
Kingswood
St Peters
Pretoria High School for Girls
Clarendon
Stirling
St Annes

 

 


Pool B
Reddam House
Pearson
Roedean
Sy Mary's Waverley
St Stithians
Rand Park
Crawford u14
Kingsmead

The two pools resulted in Reddam and Sterling being unbeaten in each of their pools.

Reddam comfortably beat St Annes in the one semi final 8-4.
in the other semi final St Mary's Waverley improved as the match wore on to beat Sterling 4-0. This set up a repeat of last years final.

With a host of provincial representatives, Reddam showed their class in beating St Mary's 6-0 in the final to retain the trophy.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013 09:27

Water Polo: Clifton Sink Westville

Clifton Sink Westville Boy's

The Clifton First Water Polo Team came out on top in Monday 11th of February fixture against Westville Boys’ at the Clifton Aquatic Centre.  The boys started off well, ensuring a 5-2 lead over their Westville counterparts by the end of the first chukka.  The team played hard and managed to maintain their lead for the remainder of the game, through consistent effort at keeping possession, and taking every opportunity to attack. Clifton ended on a triumphant 18-3 and now set their sights on this weekend’s Pretoria Boys’ Festival followed by the St Andrews Festival in Grahamstown from 22-24 February.  Pictured here are the Clifton First Water Polo Squad after their game this evening.

RANKINGS 9TH FEB 2013
RANK TEAM PLAYED AVG PTS
1 WATERKLOOF 15 7.8
2 ST STITHIANS 6 7.1
3 WYNBERG 7 6.4
4 RONDEBOSCH 10 6.3
5 AFFIES 11 6.2
6 JEPPE 7 6.2
7 ST. DAVIDS 8 6
8 MENLOPARK 12 6
9 MICHAELHOUSE 8 5.9
10 GREY COLLEGE 9 5.9
11 WESTVILLE 9 5.8

GREY FIGHT FOR VAN STADEN’S CUP TROPHY

PearsonAfter an absence of a year, the Van Staden’s cup was back in full flight with 10 teams entering from around the Eastern Cape. Among the teams were the top ranked sides from Grey High School, Pearson and Kingswood College. After two days of exciting and competitive water polo which produced some stunning play, there were only two teams remaining, Grey High and Pearson.

The First Teams of Pearson and Grey had played near flawless water polo during the tournament and it promised to be a memorable final between two powerful teams. Grey High, who are ranked 3rd in South Africa) had their reputation on the line as they faced a courageous Pearson side who had match after match punched above their weight.

At the end it would be Grey High that would prevail winning the final and the Van Staden’s Cup 8-0. Congratulations to Grey for their outstanding play. Credit must also go to Pearson for hosting the tournament and also for the way they played showing that they have grown into one of the strongest teams in the Eastern Cape after securing wins against Graeme College 11-0, Woodridge 7-1, Selborne College 4-2 and Grey 2nds 2-0.

Tournament Results:

Friday 8 February
White Cap VS Blue Cap Results
Pearson 1st VS Graeme 11-0
Grey 1st VS Alex 9-0
Kingswood VS Grey 2nds 3-3
Port Rex VS Pearson 2nds 3-3
Pearson 1st VS Woodridge 7-1
Grey 1st VS Selborne 10-0
Kingswood VS Graeme 10-0
Alex VS Pearson 2nds 6-1
Pearson 1st VS Grey 2nds 2-0
Selborne VS Port Rex 3-1
Kingswood VS Woodridge 8-0
Grey 1st VS Pearson 2nds 8-2
Grey 2nds VS Graeme 10-1
Alex VS Selborne 4-7
Saturday 9 February
White Cap VS Blue Cap Results
Grey 1st VS Port Rex 7-0
Woodridge VS Graeme 5-0
Selborne VS Pearson 2nds 3-0
Pearson 1st VS Kingswood 2-2
Port Rex VS Alex 1-3
Woodridge VS Grey 2nds 1-5
Semi 1 (Pool A 1st) Grey 1st VS Semi (Pool B 2nd) Kingswood 6-3
Semi 2 (Pool B 1st) Pearson 1st VS Semi (Pool A 2nd) Selborne 4-2
5th Pool A Pearson 2nds VS 5th Pool B Graeme 9th/10th 3-0
4th Pool A Port Rex VS 4th Pool B Woodridge 7th/8th 8-0
3rd Pool A Alexander VS 3rd Pool B Grey 2nds 5th/6th 1-4
Loser semi 1 Kingswood VS Loser semi 2 Selbrone 3rd/4th 7-1
Winner semi 1 Grey 1st VS Winner semi 2 Pearson 1st 1st/2nd 8-0

Day two of the SA Schools Water Polo tournament held in Port Elizabeth produced yet another day of high standard play and it all boils down to which of the big teams want it the most.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012 09:28

National Schools Water Polo Tournament 2012

“The Friendly City” – Port Elizabeth is hosting this years’ National Schools Water Polo Tournament in 2012 from the 10-14 December.

Monday, 12 November 2012 09:36

Water Polo: Glenwood beat Westville

Glenwood continued to dominate against local schools with some solid performances in the pool against Westville this weekend.

Tuesday, 02 October 2012 16:07

Water polo: DHS Staff in SA Teams

Durban High School are proud of their staff members who achieved the following for SA Schools Waterpolo:

Saturday, 29 September 2012 08:26

Water polo: Grey High Win SACS Tournament 2012

20 of South Africa's top sides will compete in the annual SACS Water Polo tournament between the 29 of September and 1st October.

16 of South Africa’s to water polo schools take part in the annual Clifton College Water Polo Tournament which will play out from 21-23 September.

Billed as the "Biggest" National Schools Water Polo tournament in the country St.Stithians hosted a great event which saw 44 schools putting on a great display.

Tuesday, 04 October 2011 10:34

Waterpolo: SACS Tournament Final Day

It was St.John's College who had taken the early advantage in the tournament in the first two days and many were tipping the Johannesburg outfit to take the title.

Monday, 03 October 2011 09:54

Waterpolo: SACS Tournament Day 2

Eighty games had been played by the time the whistle was blown to end the day's proceedings on the second day of the SACS Waterpolo tournament and St. Johns College have emerged as the clear favorites to claim the title with one more day to go.

Sunday, 02 October 2011 14:19

Waterpolo: SACS Tournament, Day One

For the 27th year SACS host the prestigious waterpolo event which attracts some of the biggest names in school waterpolo from around the country.

A dream of many young sportsman or woman is to represent their country and this is no different to the dream of Stirling High School pupil Luvuyo Rubushe.

 

 

 

The annual St Andrew's Shield Water Polo Tournament took place at the St Andrew's College on Saturday and Sunday. 17 teams took part this year, including two highly rated teams from outside the Eastern Cape - Clifton School from Durban, and St Peter's College from Johannesburg.

Saturday, 10 October 2009 09:50

Cayley Tonkin - Passion Personified

If you were to look back at South African national sports teams since the post-isolation era you would find with almost certain regularity that they shared one thing in common. Hell, if you had to look at national teams around the world you would find a similar trend since professionalism began to boom. The common denominator being that in almost every instance each member of the team had already finished school.

Monday, 21 September 2009 08:35

Ian Melliar Cup Reviewed

The tournament that started on Thursday afternoon at 15h00 concluded at 16h30 today with the prize giving. Over the course of the weekend there were absolutely brilliant games. U/15 teams of this era would possibly have beaten many a first team...

Thursday, 17 September 2009 18:59

Ian Melliar Cup- Water Polo's Biggest Show

It is always going to cause one to stand up a little straighter when you see the word "biggest" used to describe a sporting event. Especially when we are talking about a sport like water polo which enjoys the spotlight briefly for the next few weeks as several big tournaments get underway.

Thursday, 17 September 2009 17:49

The Biggest Water Polo Tournament in SA?

It is always going to cause one to stand up a little straighter when you see the word "biggest" used to describe a sporting event. Especially when we are talking about a sport like water polo which enjoys the spotlight briefly for the next few weeks as several big tournaments get underway.

 

The game of water polo originated as a form of rugby football played in rivers and lakes in England and Scotland with a ball constructed of Indian rubber. This "water rugby" came to be called "water polo" based on the English pronunciation of the Balti word for ball, pulu. Men's water polo at the Olympics was among the first team sports introduced at the 1900 games, along with cricket, rugby, football (soccer), polo (with horses), rowing, and tug of war. However woman had to wait 100 years before they would compete in this sport at the Olympics when for the first time water polo became an Olympic sport for woman at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.

Friday, 20 March 2009 14:09

Clifton 2008 Water Polo Tournament

clifton

Clifton College’s water polo programme started in 2004 with an U14 group. Clifton celebrated the completion of the Aquatics Centre in 2005 by hosting the inaugural Clifton Water polo Tournament which attracts the top playing water polo schools within South Africa.

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