|24 Jul 2016
||Huge thanks to our volunteers
A MASSIVE thank you to all our coaches and managers that supported our players attend the recent Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo tournament in Auckland.
You all gave up your time freely and worked tirelessly to create a great experience for our Hutt players.
Our sport relies on the generosity of awesome volunteers who freely donate their time for no reward beyond our thanks.
THE GIFT ON TIME IS PRICELESS
|13 Jul 2016
||Hutt U20 Men piped at post for Bronze
The Bronze match went down to the wire when the Hutt men went head to head with Marist.
Marist Mavericks made a quick start to head up 3-0 after just 3 and a half minutes Hutt came into the game via Matt Hansen for 3-1 for the first quarter.
It was Cameron Hayes’ quarter in the second; he scored three goals for his side to pull them level with Marist 5-5 at the end of the half
Hutt took the lead in the second half, scoring from two man-up plays through duo Hansen and Hayes to be up 5-7. But Marist came right back into it, levelling, but then Hutt took off again through Watson and Hayes for restoration of the two-goal buffer. Chris Cormack had the last say of the quarter, scoring at 0:08 for 8-9 to Hutt at the break.
It looked as if Hutt would take off again when they scored through the safe hands of Cameron Hayes for his unheard of sixth goal in the final, but Marist pieced two together in less than 50 seconds for 10-10 at 4:56. Marist made it five unanswered goals but that didn’t stop the Hutt giving it one last nudge: Hamish Booker scored with 23 seconds to play and Hayes finished the match on a huge seven goals on the buzzer.
|10 Jul 2016
||Hutt U20 Men win the showdown with Marist
News from Pan Pacs
Sunday saw a huge showdown between two top-placed Kiwi teams - Hutt Water Polo Club and Marist Water Polo Club Mavericks had it all in Auckland today. The huge crowd were treated to an enthralling nail biter of a game.
Four goals were scored in the final 30 seconds which saw Hutt come through to win 17-16!
|30 Jun 2016
||Only 9 days to go until Pan Pacs
There are only 9 days to go until the largest ever Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo Festival kicks off in Auckland on 9 July
The draws are now published on www.waterpolo.org.nz
|5 Jun 2016
||Pan Pac U20 Men squad meeting
All members of the U20 Men Pan Pac team are expected to be in attendance at a meeting on Tuesday, 7 June at 7 pm at Naenae Pool
|9 May 2016
||Huia Regional Games @ HUIA Thurs 12 May
Huia 7pm Palmerston North Boys U14 vs Hutt U14
Duty Team: Maranui U14 Team
Huia 7.45pm Palmerston North Boys U14 vs Maranui U14
Duty Team: Hutt U14 Team
Huia 8.30pm Harbour City U16 Boys vs Hutt U18 Boys
Duty Team: Maranui U18 Boys
Huia 9.15pm Hutt U18 Boys vs Maranui U18 Boys
Duty Team : HC U16 Boys
|19 Mar 2016
||Hutt male teams entered into Pan Pacs
Hutt Club has entered the following male teams into the 2016 Pan Pacific Team:
Coaches: Chris Naylor and Sean Bryant
Manager: Paula Watson
Coach: Craig McGuinness
Manager: Warrick Bowden
Coach: Jerome McGuinness
Manager: Jo Bamber
|25 Feb 2016
||2016 Pan Pacific Touranment
Do you want to play in largest Water Polo Tournament in the southern hemisphere – the 14th Pan Pacific Youth Polo Festival being held in Auckland on these dates:
Under 20 Competition - born January 1st 1996 or later
Commencing Saturday 9 July, concluding evening of Tuesday 12 July
Under 16 Competition - born January 1st 2000 or later
Commencing Saturday 9 July, concluding evening of Wednesday 13 July
Under 18 Competition - born January 1st 1998 or later
Commencing Friday 15 July, concluding evening of Tuesday 19 July
Under 14 Competition - born January 1st 2002 or later
Commencing Friday 15 July, concluding evening of Monday 18 July
We need to hear from you by 4 March if you are keen.
Send us an email to email@example.com