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Ethos of Dunfermline Waterpolo Club
- To provide support in which all club members have the opportunity to work hard to achieve their personal best.
- To encourage individual and team development within a strong supportive sporting framework
- To create and sustain an environment where everyone is equally valued.
We regret to report the passing of Graeme Marshall, a player with the Club in the early days. He was a member of the Scotland U18 team. Graeme's main sporting prowess was in breaststroke swimming in which he competed for Carnegie SC, INCAS and Scotland. In 1976 he was Dunfermline Sports Personality of the Year. He was also prominent as a rugby referee. For many years he was a teacher of PE and latterly a Guidance teacher at Woodmill High School.
DWPC March Update - 27 Mar
Thank you to everyone who paid their fees in March as this has allowed us to cover payments for our sessions as well as any charges incurred for cancelling our pool bookings. Thank you also to everyone who has responded to the request for the SASA Annual fee and the club will complete its re-affiliation with Scottish Swimming by the deadline.
The club believe that the cost of aquatics remain as small as possible for our members and families and think it is only fair that given our expenditure is going to be reduced we ask you to suspend monthly standing order payments from 1st April 2020.
Bonus Ball – We would however like to keep our monthly bonus ball lottery draw running and ask everyone who has a ball number to keep your payment going so we can still give something back to those who support the club with a bonus ball.
As things are changing daily, we will continue to monitor the situation and we will only return to the pool when advised it is safe to do so.
Useful information and updates will continue to be posted on the club Facebook, Twitter and website.
We hope all of you and your families stay safe and well.
Competition Update 25 Mar 2020
Scottish Swimming have taken the difficult decision to cancel all domestic competitions until the end of August including the end of season Championships. This includes the Scottish Water Polo Championship Final Day (and all matches leading up to Cup Final Day)