Many give water polo a go
More than 25 participants attended the Karratha Water Polo Association’s second Come and Try Day on Sunday morning.
The session was designed for all levels of fitness and ability and ran through the rules and regulations of the game.
Committee member Anouska Angove said the high level of interest from new members was exciting for the future of the club.
“We have had a lot of interest from women in the community, which is great news,” she said.
“We had a number of teenagers turn up as well, which is exciting for the future of our association.
“Everyone that came down said that whilst it was tiring it, they really enjoyed it.”
Pre-season training started on Monday, with ladies training from 5.30pm followed by the men’s team at 6.30pm.
Pre-season round robin games start Wednesday, September 9 from 6pm and will continue for three weeks.
The season will start on Thursday, October 1.
All players must be fully registered to play before hitting the water for their first game.
To register for the association, visit reg.sportingpulse.com/v6/ regoform.cgi?formID=42011 or the Facebook page.
Karratha Water Polo Association’s Come and Try Day.