Frome Water Polo Club
We operate a Senior team in the Bristol and West League. Training takes place for the seniors between 9 and 10pm on Thursday evenings in Frome Leisure Centre.
Sometimes training has to be cancelled due to matches taking place so please check the calendar on the web site or sign yourself up for teamer notifications from Alan/Brad which are sent via text message to your mobile.
Water Polo Seniors
£50 annual joining fee to cover ASA fees & membership
Thursdays - £20.00 per month
Seniors Add Masters Swimming for an additional £15.00 per month
Swimming Squad Members - £12.00 per month
Junior Polo takes place on Sunday evenings at Frome Leisure Centre 7.30-8.15pm
Aimed at swimmers aged mainly 11-18 who have finished the learn to swim programme, but love being in the water and enjoy playing team sport!
Coached by experienced Senior Polo players and supported in the water by other team members you are guaranteed a fun session learning new skills!
Come along and give it a go - if you can swim 50m confidently and tread water why not use our two FREE sessions to see if you enjoy it.
Turn up at 7.30pm on a Sunday (dates published on the club calendar and run in line with Somerset School Calendar) and ask for Brad or Alan.
Alternatively contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices are £6 per week for a 45 minute lesson.
Latest News from Water Polo....
After beating Bradford on Avon recently by a large margin, Frome water polo club travelled to Marlborough college on Saturday afternoon to play in the cup final of the Bristol and west handicap cup.
Frome have had quite a bit of success in this cup and have been runners up several times over the last few years. The other finalists, Bristol harlequins were to start the game with a 13 goal lead based on current form and league position.
The game started well for Frome as Martyn hodges scored in the first few seconds, frome then went on to score twice more in the first quarter. The goal scoring then slowed a little during the middle stages of the game and after conceding a few goals to Bristol we still had a 9 goal difference at half time which by any teams standards was probably to big an ask on the day.
Although the final result was disappointing for Frome the team played very well and it was a great day out. Next year hopefully we will be picking up the winners trophy instead of the runners up one..