MELBOURNE CANOE POLO LEAGUE

APRIL - SEPTEMBER

Hosted by the Brunswick Baths, the Melbourne CPL runs from April until September. Played in their 50m swimming pool on week nights the competition ranges from A grade featuring current and ex National team members, through to C grade and Novice Grade, offering a more social side to the sport. The competition caters for all skill levels and ages and is the perfect opportunity to give the sport a go in a warm pool environment.

 
 

 
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Series Info

• Brunswick Baths, 14 Dawson Street, Brunswick 3056
• A and B Grades, Tuesday Night 8:00-10:00
• C and Novice Grades, Wednesday Night 8:00-10:00
• Sign up as a Team or register as an Individual and we will find you a team

• First half of the season runs April - July
• Second half of the season runs July - September
• New players always welcome, get in touch even in the middle of the season!
• Pool open for rolling training and coaching on Wednesday nights

 

Draw

The Draw for the 2019 Melbourne CPL can be found HERE.

 

Results

Results for the 2018 Melbourne CPL can be found HERE.

 

WHAT'S PROVIDED

All polo equipment including Boats, Paddles, PFDs, Decks and Helmets are provided, all you need is bathers including a rash top, towel, and a change of clothes. Coaching from beginner paddling through to Canoe Polo skills and rolling will be provided by dedicated coaches on Wednesday nights to help you progress within the sport and with your paddling.


REQUIREMENTS

No prior paddling skill is required, we regularly get people coming and trying out Canoe Polo as their first time in a boat. However if you have paddled or played Polo before you will be surprised how quickly you pick it up, or how fast it comes back to you!

New players can come and try the sport hassle free, however continued involvement in Canoe Polo will require a membership with Paddle Australia to cover insurance and liability (paid as an annual fee, or by signing up to a local club). This can be completed either online or at the pool through a CPV organiser.