UWA Affiliation Special General Meeting 17 October 2015 at 9am

The committee has convened a Special General Meeting of members to be held on Saturday, 17 October, 2015 at  9:00 am at the City Beach Clubrooms, HBF Stadium, Stephenson Avenue, Mt Claremont, to consider a special resolution to amend the Rules of Association of the Club to support the proposed affiliation with UWA.

UWA Affiliate notice of motion

CBWPC Rules Amend UWA-Final

 

CBWPC – UWA Affiliation – Frequently Asked Questions

 

U16/18 City Beach Girls – Asia Tour 2015

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A group of U16 and U18 girls travelled to Asia during the July school holidays for the Club’s inaugural International Training Camp for Girls.  We were looked after exceptionally well by our hosts in China who provided training and accommodation facilities in Tianjin.  The girls trained very hard, playing against some of China’s national players and also had time for sightseeing, visiting historical landmarks such as the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall of China.  They then flew to Hong Kong and were hosted by Hong Kong University, playing both their U17 boys and women’s teams and having great fun at Ocean Park and Disneyland.  It was a terrific educational experience for this fabulous group of girls who further developed relationships between City Beach Water Polo Club, Tianjin Water Polo Club and Hong Kong University Water Polo, in addition to further developing their water polo, team development and cultural experiences.

 

 

U16 City Beach Boys – Europe Tour 2015

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The City Beach born 1999 and 2000 Boys Teams have this month returned from a three week Water Polo Tour to Barcelona, Herzeg Novi and Dubrovnik.

Fifteen of the Club’s U16 Boys enjoyed a fabulous Water Polo Tour of Mediterranean Europe in July. The Tour provided an extraordinary opportunity for the boys to gain intensive, high quality game experience against strong competition.  Twenty five training games (1 hour or more of continuous play) against nine teams in eight pools across three cities provided a broad variety of styles and situations to which the boys adapted.

From the tour the boys have realised the strength, depth and importance of water polo in Europe and are more aware of the many future opportunities available to them. And they have developed personal friendships and networks with their teammates and European opponents.

Barcelona, Spain

Over five days the boys played ten games against teams from local clubs including CN Mataro, CN Premia del Mar, CN Publo Nou, CE Mediterrane and CE Barcelona. The competing boy’s age ranged from born 1997 to born 2000.  The Club was highly competitive against the similar aged boys.

The squad stayed in the small beachside village of Premia de Mar, 20km from Barcelona city centre. It provided a relatively central location between the clubs and provided greater cultural opportunities and freedom for the boys who could use the beach and the village centre.

The boys visited Placa de Cataluna, Rambla del Catalunia, Columbus’ monument, Casa Battlo, Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Olympic Stadium, Mont Serrat, El Camp Nou and La Roc – a local outlet shopping centre. The boys also availed themselves of the opportunity to purchase cheaper-priced bathers from the local swimwear manufacturer Turbo.

Herceg Novi, Monte Negro

Over six days the boys played ten games against boys born 2000 and 2001 from the PVK Jadran Club. The PVK Jadran Club players were highly skilled, disciplined and competitive and provided formidable opposition.

The boys enjoyed a five hour boat tour which included the Blue Grotto, cliff jumping and Zanjic beach. The boys also enjoyed a social evening at a local pizza restaurant hosted by their local opponents.

Dubrovnik

Over three days in Dubrovnik five games were played against boys born 1999 to 2001 from the Jug Club. The games were played in the Jug Club home pool and in the Dubrovnik Beach sea pool.  The Club was highly competitive against these boys.

The boys enjoyed to opportunity to explore the old town, the backdrop for much of the television series ‘Game of Thrones’ and swim in the Adriatic Sea.

The team and parents would like to thank

Coach; Andrei Kovalenko 

Team Manager; Glenn Ruscoe

for the amazing training, cultural and life experience gained on the tour

A big thank you also to the following;

Major Tour Sponsor – Universal Drafting

and the following sponsors;

AB Tilbury

API Hughes
APIL
Attvest Premium Finance
Barry De Jong
BodyMove Physiotherapy
Crew West Painting
earthstep
Finkelstein Hickmott Accountants
G. King Ascot Capital
George Christo, SmartLine Personal Mortgage Advisors
GMF
InsureWest Pty Ltd
Jeremys Butchers Swanbourne
Joondalup Ceramics
Leeway Group
Lincolns Accountants
Lifecare Physiotherapy
Mama Tran CQ Trust
Metro Steel Fabrication
Perth Rigging
 Premier Motors
Rocks Pharmacy Mosman Park
Spectrum Imaging
Superior Smiles Dental surgery
The Wardrobe
Triple T
Vector Lifting
Vince Monterosso, Kensington Capital
Wild Oats Grocers
Winley Insurance Group
Woodlands Fish & Chips

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Final Glory!

Flags 2015

City Beach have capped off an outstanding 2014/2015 season with ten premiership flags!

Congratulations to the following teams –

Masters 60+ Grizzly Bears,

Masters 50+ White Bears,

Challenge Cup Men,

A Reserve Kinetics,

Division 1 Oils,

Division 2 Bears,

Under 18A Boys,

Under 14A Boys,

Under 16A Girls,

Under 14A Girls.

With special mention to the Under 16A boys whose game went to penalty shoot-out.

Congratulations as well to the following City Beach players who won the Association Fairest and Best for their Division, as voted by the game referees –

Al Marsh – Masters 60+

Rob Cullingford – Masters 50+

Peter Easton – A Reserve Men

Joe Baclzer – Division 1 Men

Tom Stewart – Division 3 Men

Lucy Houghton – Division 3 Women

Under 18 Boys – Tim Putt

Under 16 Boys – Will Lantzke

Under 14 Boys – Andrew Barber

Under 18 Girls – Perri Thompson