Canoe Polo Winter Series 2010

Canoe Polo / 27/04/2010





HOSTED BY: Centenary Canoeing & Kayaking Club Inc.

VENUE: Grey St, Springfield Lakes, SPRINGFIELD


Back to original dates as follows. Dates were initially changed due to unavailability of venue.

The QC Canoe Polo Committee apologises for this confusion.

Sunday’s 11th & 25th July , 8th & 22nd Aug, 5th & 19th Sept 

9am – 3pm (approx.)

Official Entry Form – Please return completed to

Queensland Canoeing Inc., PO Box 7007, Upper Mt Gravatt QLD 4122or Fax to 07 3349 1911


This year the QLD Canoe Polo committee are pushing for a more ‘social’ atmosphere at the Winter Series Comp. Since it will be run over 6 comp days, the days will be shorter and teams will play only approx 3-4 games each, rather than the 6 that have been played in previous years. This will allow for the chance to play some mixed, non-competitive games, and complete some referee training.


OPEN A – Experienced players

OPEN B – Recreational/ New/ Beginner players with less than 1 yr experience,  those who cannot roll.

Other Categories – Junior, Women, Vets, & Masters. To be determined by nomination numbers & AC Polo Guidelines.





Entry Fee

Junior Category                                             $175 (Inc. GST) (U18 all Team Members)

All Other Categories                                      $300 (Inc. GST)

Random Player Fee                                       $11.00 Current QC Members – For one off players that are not in a team.

                     The committee will place the player in a team for the day.

Trial Canoeist Fee                                           (QC fee of $5.50 Snr, $3.30 Jnr.) + above Random Player Fee

Aust. Canoe Polo Players Levy                    $10/Player (In addition to entry fee) SEE NOTE BELOW

NOTE: Aus. Canoe Polo Players Levy must be included for all players that didn’t compete @ 2010 QLD Canoe Polo Champs.


The 2010 Winter Canoe Polo Series hosted by Centenary Canoeing & Kayaking Club is open ONLY to current financial members of clubs affiliated with either QCI or ACI. …

People can come along as a trial canoeist, however only for 3 days and paying the above trial & Random player fees.

·         Each team must provide 2 referees

·         All teams must provide duty persons for Timekeeping, scoring, & goal line controllers.

·         Duty times can be allocated & found on the draw once released.

·         Also teams will be allocated Set up or Pull down of Field, Goals, & competition Equipment

Players must play in 50% of the Round Robin matches to be eligible for the Finals.



Please don’t hesitate to contact Libby at Queensland Canoeing on 3349 1933 if you have any queries.