Tyldesley Swimming and Water Polo Club
2013 Achievements Central Lancs Ladies Water Polo League Winners Central Lancs Senior Swim League Winners Central Lancs Internediate League Runners Up Wigan Sports Awards : Club of the Year Runners Up Adam Toone - Sports Achiever of the Year Runner Up


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2014 Achievements
Bolton & District 12/Us Water Polo KO Winners Bolton & District 12/Us Water Polo League Winners Liverpool & District 12/Us Water Polo Festival  Winners Manchester & District 12/Us Water Polo Tournament Winners Warrington 12/Us Water Polo Tournament Runners Up Bolton & District Senior Water Polo League Runners Up Central Lancs Senior Swim League Winners Central Lancs Junior Jubilee League Winners Central Lancs Junior Swim League  Division 2 Runners Up Wigan Sports Awards: St Marys U18s Ladies WP Team - Team of the Year Sam Dyson - Disabled Sports Achiever of the Year runner up Alan Stafford - Unsung Hero finalist Club of the Year finalist

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Closure of Pelican Centre for 2 weeks Since before the pool became the Pelican Centre there have been concerns expressed over the noise levels of the air handling units which circulate the warm air supply to the entire building. Negotiations have taken place to replace this unit and and the schedule of works, timescales and dates have been agreed. The pool will  be closed from Sunday 5th April and re- open on Monday 20th April 2015 (Easter Holidays) whilst the work takes place.   The Swimming Club is not affected by this closure and the Coaches/Teachers have been consulted and agreed to continue with the training sessions. However the club need to make you aware of the following: The changing rooms and showers will not be affected (hot water available). The temperature in the pool hall will be considerably colder than normal (jumpers or coats might need to be worn by spectators). The temperature in the water during the closure will be colder (not warm enough for public swimming) but for training purposes will be sufficient. The Coaches and Teachers will monitor the training environment and if the situation changes then you will be notified immediately (especially junior water polo the 2nd week). Splashball sessions will not take place during this time. Senior Mens and Ladies Water Polo will train on Tuesday evenings only. Thank you for your continued support.  If you have any queries or questions then please speak to the coach/teacher. Management Committee
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ESSA Schools U18s Girls Northern Water Polo Finals The Pelican Centre was the venue for the ESSA Schools U18s Water Polo Finals.   Competing teams Crompton House Oldham, Manchester High School for Girls, Kesteven and Grantham School and Astley St Mary’s. Results: Manchester HS 7 - St Mary’s 7 Kesteven and Grantham 2 - Crompton House 4 Manchester HS 6 - Crompton House 1 Kesteven and Grantham 1 - St Mary’s 4 Kesteven and Grantham 3 Manchester High School 8 Crompton House 3 - St Mary’s 2 Manchester High School for Girls and Crompton House Oldham qualified for the National finals, Astley St fMary’s finished 3rd just missing out.
Ladies U17s Water Polo European Qualifier Hayley Price (1st right front row) and Grace Rowland (2nd left back row) represented Great Britain at the Ladies U17s Water Polo European Qualifiers Tournament in Nice, France.  GB qualified in 2nd place. Grace was the team’s highest goalscorer with 14 goals and Hayley kept a clean sheet in the final game. Results: Great Britain 26 - Portugal 3 Great Bitain 8 - Czech Republic 8 France 13 - Great Britain 12 Great Britain 30 - Siwtzerlan 0 France 14 - Czech Republic 7 Central Lancs Junior Jubilee League Tyldesley young swimmers were in action in round 1 of the Junior Jubilee league competition. Tyldesley were facing Howe Bridge Aces and Radcliffe at Howe Bridge. Tyldesley team came away with a convincing win against both teams. Tyldesley 140 Howe Bridge 114 Radcliffe 113
Bolton & District Senior Water Polo League Tyldesley remain unbeaten in the Bolton and District Senior Water Polo League. Bury 14 Tyldesley 17 Tyldesley 19 - Manchester Sharks 3 Tyldesley needed to get back to winning ways after losing there 100% record by drawing at Fleetwood 5 goals a piece. Always a difficult venue to get a result.   Tyldesley started of slowly and Addison Brown seemed intent on shooting at the goalkeepers head. At the end of the quarter Tyldesley were leading by 4 goals to 0  Goals by Tyler Turner, Addison Brown, Jonathan Stafford, and Adam Toone.   At Half time Tyldesley were leading by 7 goals to 1, goals by Adam Toone, Rob Bond and Addison Brown.   In the 3rd quarter Tyldesley improved there shooting and scored 8 goals to Manchester's 2. Goals by Addison Brown 2, Rob Bond, Adam Toone, Tyler Turner, Chris Hughes, Aaron Royle, Jonathan Stafford.   In the final quarter Tyldesley scored another 4 goals to win the game 19 to 4. Goal by Austin Lawley 2, Rob Bond and Chris Hughes.   Team:  Aaron atherton, Lucas McNulty,Lee Toone, John Fletcher,Aaron Royle, Dennis Price, Chris Hughes, Tyler Turner, Jonathan Stafford, Austin Lawley,Rob Bond, Addison Brown. Goal scorers Addison Brown 4 Adam Toone 3, Rob Bond 3, Austin Lawley 2, Chris Hughes 2, Jonathan Stafford 2, Tyler Turner 2, Aaron Royle. KS2 Water Polo Festival The Pelican Centre was the venue for the KS2 Water Polo Festival in which 98 children from 10 schools competed.
Winners Garrett Hall included Tyldesley Swimming Club members James Blenkinship, Freya Higson, Eva Howarth and Thomas Howarth.