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  Hautapu School

Waterpolo - Year 7/8

Hamilton, Waikato
Bookings Closed

Sun, 16 Feb 2020 to Sun, 5 Apr 2020

Year 7 to Year 8

About This Activity

Activity Details

Waterworld | Garnett Avenue, Hamilton, Waikato

From $60.00 per season

Run by Hautapu School

Dear Parents / Caregivers

We invite you to register your child for the Intermediate Waterpolo season. As this is the first time we have offered Waterpolo at this level, please be patient as we learn the rules, regulations and negotiate a new sport. There is a minimum of 7 players required - if we are unable to get 7 players we will not be able to enter a team.

COMPETITION DETAILS

LOCATION: Waterworld, Te Rapa (with 2 games played at St Peter's Private)
SEASON DATES: Term 1 - 16th February - 5th April
DAY: Sunday
GAME TIMES: 2pm - 7pm approx
Fees - TBC - $60

PLEASE NOTE Team managers will communicate game times out to their teams.

UNIFORM: Appropriate swimwear, Hautapu Swim caps will be issued.

PRACTICES: Team practice day, time and location will be decided upon by the team coach/manager and communicated once team lists have been finalised. Trainings are likely to be at school within a lunchtime for the beginning. If there is a need and parent support we may need to train at another venue with the correct depth.

PLEASE NOTE we rely heavily on parents/caregivers volunteering to coach and manage our sports teams, please indicate in your registration if you are available to help in either capacity. If we have no coach or manager we may be unable to enter the team.

ENROLMY REGISTRATIONS CLOSE: 6 pm, Monday 10th February 2020

PLEASE NOTE registrations are not accepted until payment is processed. Your child will be unable to play unless payment is received or arrangements have been made with Mrs Barr or Fiona in Accounts (accounts@hautapu.school.nz)
Please pay on Kindo as soon as you have registered.

Due to the nature of the sport, changes may occur to the above details prior to the commencement of the season. Should these changes affect you or your child, these will be communicated via email once you have registered your child/ren for this activity.

Any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me or look on the Waikato Waterpolo Website.

Kind regards,

Stephanie Barr
Hautapu School Sports Coordinator
M 021 556230 E barrs@hautapu.school.nz



The following information is from Waikato Waterpolo.

Intermediate – Semester 1 2020 Competition Information
WAIKATO WATER POLO CLUB

RULES AND PROCEDURES
This event will be run during school term 1, 2020 (starting 16th February).

We will play at:

Te Rapa Pool or St Peters School Pool (2 Sundays due to Swim Meets at Te Rapa) between 2:00pm and 7:00pm on Sunday.
There will be no play during statutory and school holidays.

There are to be 7 Players in a team - one goalie and 6 pool players.
If a team has fewer than 5 players for the start of a game, they will lose by default. A maximum of 12 players may play for the team in any one game, apart from when a team has a second goalie, and then 13 players may play. (Note: If a team has two goalies then those players identified as goalies may ONLY play in goal during the game). There is no maximum limit to the number of players who may play for a team over the course of the championships.

For the Intermediate Schools Competition games, there will be two Divisions. Division 1 for stronger and skilled players and Division 2 for development. (Division 1 players should not play in Division 2 unless absolutely necessary, and refer to note above, and then they only play in goal)

No player may wear: jewellery, watches etc. while playing. All players must have their fingernails and toenails clipped as short as possible while playing. Nail checks will be done by the refs.

All teams may be required to complete/check the team list on the score sheet at least 10 minutes prior to the start of their game. Team Lists must be legible, correct as to cap numbers and display each player’s first and family names. Remember that cap numbers need to remain consistent during the course of the competition as this helps identify award recipients at prize giving.

All players, officials and spectators must abide by the rules of Te Rapa Pools, St Peters School and Waikato Water Polo as displayed on the website.

Points will be awarded in the Championships as follows:

Win 4 points

Draw 2 points

Loss by 3 goals or less 1 point

Loss 0 points

The competition will be conducted in accordance with the rules of FINA and the New Zealand Water Polo Association, with the following specific exceptions:

Duration of Game: Four periods of time as follows:

All Divisions:

Four quarters of 5:00 minutes running clock
Division 1 will have a shot clock
1 minute between 1st and 3rd quarter
2 minutes half time
There will be NO timeouts
7 players in a team (1 goalie and 6 field players)
Exclusions are 10 seconds not 20 seconds
There is no foul and shoot
Disputes and protests must be in writing to the Waikato Water Polo appointed pool controller within 30 minutes of the completion of the game to which they relate. The disputes committee shall comprise: the appointed pool controller, a Waikato Water Polo committee member and one of the match referees. All refereeing decisions will stand, and no matches will be replayed, either in whole or part.


Waterworld | Garnett Avenue, Hamilton, Waikato

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