Barracudas feature in latest Sport In Profile ANZ Magazine
(Aug 2015) The Barracudas Water Polo Club is profiled in this months issue of Sport in Profile ANZ Magazine and it’s great to see our sport the club getting some promotion and front page status. There is a feature article on the Club generally on page 27 onward as well as a feature on Barracudas National League Men’s Captain BJ Howden on page 65 . Some of the club’s terrific sponsors are also showcased including Yeronga Park Swimming Pool, NAK Hair products, Souls Thongs and GYV Australia.
Click here to check out the full magazine online
Swim for Polo is Back!
(Aug 2015) Come and train with former Olympic and Commonwealth swimmer Robert Bruce on Tuesday & Thursday mornings 5.30-7am at Yeronga pool to get your swimming fitness up for 16 Nationals or Trials or start of the season. Water polo specific swimming training at the cost of pool entry only! No need to book in, see you all there!! Starts Tue Aug 11th.
The Kate Gynther & Rhys Howden Barracudas Invitational Series
(Aug 2015) The Kate Gynther & Rhys Howden Barracudas invitational series opened on Saturday at the Noosa Aquatic Centre. Four girls and three boys teams began their competitive preparation for the 16 Nationals with games played over 4 quarters actual time.
The second round in this series will be played at Kawana Aquatic Centre (Boys) and Yeronga Pool Complex (Girls) on Aug 30.
Thank you to the Sunshine Coast for hosting the first in the series. Thank you to the parents, coaches, managers and referees for the support. A special thanks to Helen Parks for organising the pool, Terry Brown for organising the series, Paul Lenarduzzi for organising the boys teams and referees, and Noosa Aquatic Centre for setting up the pool and making the day affordable for the parents.
Barras Women win 5th National Title
(May 2015) Our Brisbane Barracudas women’s water polo team have won their fifth National Water Polo League championship in a gripping 10-8 victory over the Sydney University Lions that was decided in a penalty shootout at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. The women’s qualification for the gold medal match was yet another record – their 7th consecutive Grand Final appearance.