Canoe Polo HB caters for children of all abilities and provides 3 divisions where teams are placed in the division that best suits the teams abilities.
Canoe Polo HB has offered the Autumn League competition in term 1 & 2, with grading games played on the outside courts at the Mitre 10 sports park (Term 1) and all term 2 games to be played at either Clive Pool or Flaxmere Pool.
Practices are booked at he Mitre 10 Sports park venue (outside) on Monday afternoons (4.30 to 6.30pm). Practices start from 12th February through to the end of term 1. Please note - there will be no practices in term 2.
Cost: The total cost for spring league is $130.00. This covers the cost of practices, equipment hire and competition fees. All fees are to be paid with your online registration. As sport is considered an extra-curricular activity, TIS has a ‘no pay, no play’ policy before the commencement of the competition.
Should you have a credit balance on your child's school account, and wish to allocate this to payment and registration of this activity, please phone (06 8447264) Sonja in the school office who will arrange this for you.
Grading Games played at Mitre 10 Sports Park (outside venue)
Saturday/Sunday 16/17 March
Saturday/Sunday 23/24 March
Saturday/ Sunday 6/7 April
Term 2 Competition Dates:
Played at Flaxmere or Clive Pools - afternoon /evening slots (Saturday's start time is from 3.15pm & Sundays start time is from 12.15pm)
4/5 May, 11/12 May, 18/19 May, 25/26 May, 8/9 June, 15/16 June
22nd June - Finals night (only the top two teams of each division play)
COACHES/MANAGERS WANTED Extra-curricular activities such as Canoe Polo needs parental assistance to manage and coach teams. Teams must have an adult with them when at the sports park to supervise and help with getting into their kayaks. If you can offer any help to manage/coach a team this year, please indicate on the registration form. A roster system will be organised to share the supervision if we have no volunteers.
CODE OF CONDUCT As proud parents and New Zealanders we love our sports and are keen for our students to do the best they can.Players and parents of all TIS sports will be asked to agree to our 2024 sports code of conduct. Please read and discuss with your child and your extended familyClick here to read the Sports 2024 code of conduct.