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Semi Competitive

Born 2003 to 2010

Our semi competitive program is designed to introduce and transition our younger players (born 2007 to 2010) to the competitive program. However, exceptions can be made for older players (born 2003 to 2006) new to water polo or unable to fully participate in the competitive program.

This program is a great opportunity for children to improve both their swimming skills and their game sense. It is ideal for children who have completed swimming lessons, but are not yet old enough to continue with lifesaving or lifeguarding classes. Your child will get the additional benefit of learning to be part of a team too!

Semi competitive athletes practice for two hours twice a week. They are invited to participate in club minor league nights, appropriate age provincial league (PL) events and provincials. They can play up one age division in one PL event during the season at the coach’s discretion. Additional fees will be charged for playing up at more than one PL event. Team suits & shirts are not mandatory for semi competitive athletes, however most purchase them should they move up to competitive during the season.

Please refer to ‘Training Schedule’ for practice times and ‘Fee Schedule’ for cost.

Please Note: Semi competitive athletes are not eligible to participate in Water Polo Sask’s development centre (DC).

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