Trainings to be combined with Senior Men
Thursday 19th January 6:15 - 8:00pm Parnel Baths
Tuesday 24th January 6:15 - 8:00pm Parnel Baths
Thursday 26th January 6:15 - 8:00pm Parnel Baths
Starting 30th January - Rest of Season
Tuesdays 7:15 - 9:00pm Sacred Heart College Pool
Wednesday 8:15 - 9:30pm Sacred Heart College Pool
Thursday 8:00 - 9:30pm Diocesan School for Girls Pool
2014 Pan Pacs Training
Coaches: Yaniek Schmidt, Mark Baker & Kurt Goldsworthy
Manager: Christine Lewis
Tuesday 6am-7.30am at SHC from May 6th (Yaniek & Kurt)
Wednesdays at SHC 8-9.30pm from May 7th (Yaniek & Mark Baker)
There will be no program for this age group this year.
Under 20 Age Grade (Born 1992 or later)
Pan Pacs Training Only:
Wed at SHC 6.30 – 8.00pm (from May 9th)
Thur at SHC 6:.00 – 7.30pm (from May 10th)
Wed at DIO 8:00 – 9:30pm (from May 16th)
Thur at SHC 7:30 – 9:00pm (from May 17th)
Wednesday 4th July
Monday 2nd July
The U20 Men played in the semi final against Waitakere this morning. They dominated on attack and defense but unfortunately far too many missed shots at goal resulted in them going down 5-8. Goal scorers were Aiden (2), Peter, Matt and Jeremy. The boys now play North Harbour for the bronze medal at 3.15pm at West wave tomorrow. Thanks to former Marist team mates, Darcy Ferigo, Badger Unger and Callum O'Brien for their support today. ...C.Lewis
Sunday 1st July
Marist U20 Men played their quarter final against CDM 2 and a hat trick to Matt Lewis in the first quarter got them off to a great start. There were other fine goals by Tim, Aiden, Ben and Eddie, finishing off with a skillfully well placed lob to Peter. The final score was 15-5 to Marist. The boys now face Waitak in the semi-final. ...C.Lewis
Practice Game vs Tauranga
Sunday 10th June at SHC
Under20 vs Tauranga - 3:45pm
2012 Club Registration Fee:
All players will need to pay the 2012 Club Registration Fee of $420.00. These should be fully paid before the first Auckland League game. This fee covers all training pool hire and coaches payments. This fee does not cover
If you have two family members playing then 1st play is $420.00, 2nd player $400.00.
If you have three family members playing, then 1st is $420.00, 2nd player $400.00, 3rd player is 380.00.
2012 Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo Festival Fees:
In addition to the above, if a player is selected to represent the club at the 2012 Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo Festival, you will be required to pay (in addition to the club fees) $185.00. This fee is to cover the extra training, coaching fees and the Pan Pacs tournament fees. If a under
A $100.00 deposit is required from all players that wish to be considered for the Pan Pacs teams. This is due at the first training. If you do not pay the deposit, you will not be considered for the team.
If you are not selected in the final Pan Pacs team then your $100.00 will be refunded.
If you withdraw from the squad or team there will be NO refund.
Once selected the final $85.00 will be due and must be paid before the teams first game.
Under 16 and under 18 players that play up a grade for Pan Pacs will be required to pay extra $75.00 per team.
Club policy is that under 12s will not be able to play under 14s at Pan Pacs tournament
Club policy is that under 14s will not be able to play uunder 16s at Pan Pacs tournament
Head Coach - John Ware Manager - Damien Ferigo
Monday 16th May - EGGS 8.00 - 9.30pm
Thursday 19th May - DIO 8.00 - 9.30pm
From May 23rd Onwards
Mondays - SHC 8.00 - 9.30pm
Thursdays at DIO 8.00 - 9.30pm
23.07.2007 The Marist Red U20 team gained the third National Championship for the club in the 2007 year, in defending their National Junior Mens title.
The team dominated round robin play in pool A (scoring 56 goals and allowing only 18) and its semi-final against
Marist Red opened the scoring after just 31 seconds with an excellent counter attack goal to Matt Reid. Northsport responded well with two goals before Marist levelled through Cameron Lowther. Marist's 6 on 6 attack was superior to its opponents throughout the opening stanza but the conversion rate was poor. The scores where level at the end of the first period.
Shot after shot by the Marist team was either missed, field blocked or kept out by the Northsport and National Mens goalie, John Love. While at the other end tight defence by Marist minimised the Northsport attack. A Andy Sieprath penalty was blocked by John love and the Northsport goalie lifted further. Marist squandered counter attack, man up and one on one opportunities to allow Northsport to take the lead in the game. Marist then chased throughout and went into the last period a goal down. With just under two minutes left in the game the scores where tied at four a piece. An Andy Sieprath counter attack went wide and the scores remained locked at the end of regulation time.
Northsport scored first in the opening period of extra time to put more pressure on the Marist side. However it was Marist that finished the strongest scoring two goals in the final three minutes of the game. Andy Sieprath with the tieing goal and with just 31 seconds remaining Matt Reid scored his third for the match with an outside shot on man up to win the game.
Kurt Goldsworthy, the coach of the victorious team said "it was an extremely low scoreing game. Northsport bought the strongest game they had all year, but we allowed them to stay in a game by not finishing, that we really should have put away by half time. We missed a penalty, six on five and our shot percentages were very poor. However, the key is that we did win-even if we made it hard for ourselves".
At the prize giving Andy Sieprath (the Marist Red captain) was awarded the Most Valuable player award and Matt Reid (photo) was awarded with a most promising player award.
The club is experiencing great success at the top end of the sport in
|Marist||Harbour City||P/R||6 - 6|
|Marist||Newport||P/R||7 - 7|
|Marist||Orange County||P/R||16 - 4|
|Marist||Claremont||P/R||10 - 4|
|Marist||Hutt||Q/R||2 - 6|
|Marist||NorthSport||Q/R||3 - 5|
|Marist||Newport||P/O 5/6||10 - 5|
Final Placing: 5th
The following players have been selected to play in this year's Panasonic Pan Pacific Tournament.
|9||Andy Sieprath (C)|
In 2005 the Marist Junior Men side missed out on a National Championship title coming 4th at the Junior Mens National Club Championship in July in
Michael Parr, Elliot O'Brien, Simon Cleghorn, Joseph Lyons, Byron Thornhill, Charles Lane, Mark Collins, Jamie Pullen, Shane Smith, Andy Sieprath, Todd Lambourne, Kiran Davis, Julian Howat, Matt Selkierk, Matt Bilderbeck, Matt Reid, Corey Weeks
Coach: Zane McAlpine