Proposed schedule for Phase 2 U19 Men's SNL
We have been given the following dates for matches which have to be played in the second phase of the U19 boys league. The league co-ordinators are tightening up on adherence to the schedule so please let Hazel know ASAP if you can not make any of these dates so she can confirm if these dates suit us or not.
Saturday, September 8th, RCP: warm up 6:00pm Dunfermline v Larkhall
Sunday, September 23rd, NSA: warm up 12:00pm Stirling v Dunfermline
Sunday, October 7th, NSA: warm up 12:00pm Dunfermline v Portobello
Sunday, October 28th, NSA: warm up 12:00pm Warrender v Dunfermline (postponed from first half of the year)
Saturday, November 10th, RCP: warm up 6:00 pm Dunfermline v Warrender
We still have one more match to arrange, against Menzieshill and this will be played away at Olympia in Dundee.
SWP Coaching Opportunities
Scottish Water Polo is seeking applications for the following coaching roles :-
- Head Coach of our U18 Junior Boys National Squad. Details https://www.facebook.com/DunfermlineWaterPolo/posts/1529300750503159
- Development U14 Boys Coach to plan, prepare and lead a programme of development for our Development U14 Boys Squad. Application details. https://www.facebook.com/366356726797573/posts/1529287373837830/
- Development U16 Boys Coach to plan, prepare and lead a programme of development for our Development U16 Boys Squad to compete as the Scottish Regional Team (Scottish Saltires) https://www.facebook.com/DunfermlineWaterPolo/posts/1529302353836332 …
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Camps - Further Opportunities
Have you ever wondered why some people make it in sport and some don’t? Would you like to know more about what you can do to help you achieve your goals?
At our upcoming U16/U14 Scottish Water Polo polo camps in August, we are delighted to confirm that Tony Stanger will be running a mindset workshop at each.
Tony will share the evidence behind where ability comes from and how parents, athletes and coaches can work together to give young people the best chance of reaching their potential – not only in sport but in all aspects of their life.
Tony Stanger represented Scotland 52 times at Rugby Union and was part of the victorious British Lions Tour to South Africa in 1997. He has a 1st class Honours degree in Applied Sports Science and an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Edinburgh and has vast experience in elite coaching. He was most recently Head of Talent at the Scottish Institute of Sport and now runs Stanger Pro, a talent and coaching consultancy helping leaders become outstanding coaches.
So if you're a U16/U14 water polo player, sign up for our camps and learn from the best! Be quick though, places are limited and filling up fast!
Parents are very welcome and encouraged to come along to the mindset workshops too.
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