Australia's mens water polo team has claimed a 14-8 win over the United States in their third and deciding test match in Brisbane.
A triple Olympian is calling for better financial support for elite athletes who are barely recognised until the pointy end of each four-year Olympic cycle.
Australia's women's water polo team will know how their Tokyo preparation is tracking after three games against undisputed world No.1 USA in Brisbane this week.
A spirited fightback from the Australian men's water polo team was not enough to overcome European heavyweights Croatia in the first of their three matches.
Women’s masters players mixed it up with younger women at water polo in Geraldton last weekend, when members of all four clubs played on the same team in an unusual format.
In a life largely defined by a time clock, being taken to a place without limits stretched WA water polo star Zoe Arancini mentally more than she ever had been before.
Another season of water polo has gotten underway in Karratha.
The fabric of Australian sport is under threat because of an audacious bid to centralise its governance in the Eastern States, according to WA powerbrokers.
Skipper Rowie Webster is confident the Australian women's water polo team can heal old wounds in their upcoming three Test series against the United States.
WA waterpolo star Zoe Arancini, who made her Olympic debut at Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and is on target to compete at next year’s Tokyo Games, has given a sobering insight into the stress of the task.
The Barracuda women’s side and Pirates men’s side have won their A-grade divisions for the 2018-19 season.
The female Karratha Marlins team won gold at the recent WA Country Championships.
The Port Hedland Crocodiles earned the title of highest scoring team in the men’s tournament at the 2019 Water Polo WA Country Championships in Busselton over the long weekend.
It was the Barracudas’ turn to host double games in the men’s and women’s A-grade this week.
Karratha’s male water polo players defeated Port Hedland 8-3 in the first formal game between the region’s two associations.
Pirates had double games in both the women’s and men’s A-grade in round 16 of Karratha water polo.
15-year-old Jade Adams found the inaugural Australian Youth Water Polo Championships an eye-opening experience.
The Pirates’ men’s and women’s A-grade teams came away with some strong results in the latest round of water polo.
Krakens had double games in the women’s and men’s A-grade competitions.
The second last round of Karratha Water Polo Association’s 2018 games featured some close contests.
Pirates and Barracudas had wins while several teams drew in round 9 of the Karratha water polo competition.
The new women’s B-grade division is still going strong in round eight of Karratha water polo.
The KWPA has started a two-week trial for a new B-grade women’s division.
The Krakens won three of their four games for the round.
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