Tyldesley Swimming and Water Polo Club

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To the Tyldesley Swimming and Water Polo Club website. We would love to hear from people who have any connection with Tyldesley Swimming and Water Polo Club and its members, past or present.  If you have any reminiscences, stories, biographies of Tyldesley S&WPC members, photos etc that you would like to share with us then please e-mail them to: eric@tyldesleyswimming.co.uk We would also be pleased to answer queries, if we can, about Tyldesley S&WPC both past and present.
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2015 Achievements Lancaster 12/Us Water Polo Development Tournament Winners British Water Polo League Men’s Division 5 Runners Up Manchester & District 12/Us Water Polo Tournament Runners Up Bolton & District 12/Us Water Polo KO Runners Up Central Lancs Junior Swim League  Division 1 Runners Up Central Lancs Senior Swim League Runners Up Wigan Sports Awards: Grace Rowland Athlete of The Year Finalist Lee Toone & Dennis Price Coach of the Year Finalists
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2016 Achievements National Age Groups Academy Water Polo Championships bronze medallists British Water Polo League Men’s Division 5 Winners Bolton & District Senior Water Polo League Runners Up Manchester & District 14/Us Water Polo League Runners Up Parogon 12s Invitation Tournament Winners Bolton & District 12Us Water Polo Ko & League Runners Up City of Manchester Water Polo Festival 12Us Runners Up SPORTLeigh Volunteer Awards: Lee Toone & Dennis Price Coach of the Year Diane Stafford Unsung Hero
Wigan Development Gala Tyldesley Swimming & Water Polo Club had 14 swimmers competing at the recent Wigan Development Gala – where all clubs in the borough had swimmers competing. This gala is for those swimmers who are just starting on the “swimming pathway” with some of the swimmers even competing for the first time. All swimmers achieved personal best times and some of the swimmers achieved medals. In all the swimmers came away with 2 gold medals; 4 silver medals and 8 bronze medals. Click here to view results
Supporters of water polo throughout the world Click here to see how For further Packaworld water polo stories click here Tyldesley Swimming Club were the first club in UK to use Packaworld inflatable nets
Swim North West U14s Water Polo Championships
Standing Owen Davies, Sebastian Jones, James Blenkinship, Holly Toone, Freya Higson, kneeling: Finlay Littlefair, Eva Howarth, Isobelle Robb Scores in the group matches. Tyldesley 10 - 1 Liverpool Tyldesley 1 - 2 Manchester Tyldesley 6 - 3 Warrington Tyldesley 9 - 0 Bridgefield B Bronze Medal Match Tyldesley 2 - 13 Bridgefield A Missing Key player Kelsy Evans (who was playing national league for the ladies team) we took a very young squad, mainly under 13s. A great effort from all Tyldesley players with some fantastic results. The game against Manchester we had 95% of the ball in the second half but somehow the goalie kept us out and ultimately this defeat cost Tyldesley a place in the final. Tyldesley qualified for bronze medal match v Bridgefield A (all boys team). Despite losing 13-2, the kids took it on themselves not to give their centre forward anything and most the game it was either Eva Howarth putting him in her back pocket or Seb Jones producing quality save after save. At the other end we started well pulling it back to 2-1 with a rocket top corner 6 metre shot from Holly Toone. Nevertheless. As usual, Tyldesley did the club proud yet again with their never  give in attitude, always on the counter, defending with their lives and with some awesome finishing. Eva Howarth was Tyldesley’s Most Valued Player and Man of the Match for the bronze medal match was Sebastian Jones.
British Water Polo League Ladies Championship 2 The ladies got off to a great start in the 1st weekend of the competition with three wins out of 3: Tyldesley 10 - Leeds Hammerheads 6 Tyldesle 8 - Devenport 2 Tyldesley 11 - Southampton 6 Unfortunately the ladies were unable to repeat this in the 2nd weekend of the competition losing 2 out of 2 games: Tyldesley 4 - Liverpool Water Babies 7 Tyldesley 6 English Roses Masters 9 British Water Polo League Mens Championship 4 In the second weekend the men won two out of two and moved up to second place: Grantham Knights 6 - Tyldesley 13 Invicta Marlins 13 - Tyldesley 14 Previous results: Tyldesley 8 - Leeds 9 Tyldesley 14 - Caledonia Storm 10 Tyldesely 18 - Warwick 10 Addison Brown is the Championship 4 Leading Goalscorer with 24 goals.  
Seb Jones looking proud with The Ryan Haywood Shield for Tyldesley Waterpolo Player of the Year 2016. For one goalkeeper in honour of another.
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