Penrith take 3 teams to Hull International Canoe Polo Tournament
Penrith Promoted For Second Time In 2 Years!
We are overcrowded in the current Mon evening, 2 x 1-hour sessions. We want to give everyone quality time/training on the water, but want to keep the club spirit going as well.
As a club, we have been asked whether we would like to be part of a New National Youth league. I see it as a really good opportunity for our players to play out of our area and play against other youth teams in the region.
Penrith Canoe Club played their second tournament of the season in the North West & Central Regional Div 2 Canoe Polo league. They got off to a good start with a 6-1 win over Lancaster University. Goals from Jack Dunn, Katie Farley and Robin Helmsby.
Good start to 17/18 Canoe Polo Season
Penrith Canoe Club has polo teams entered in 3 leagues this Winter; Division 3 North, of the National League, and both Division 2 and Division 3 of the local North West & Central Canoe Polo league. Last Saturday saw the Penrith
Penrith Mixed Team, Hold Their Own at Lancaster.
No fools turned up on April 1st, only keen canoe polo players from around Cumbria! 11 teams in all, including 4 novice teams and 7 in the open category converged on Penrith Leisure centre for the next round of the Cumbria Canoe Polo League.
Ladies Team Hold Their Own with only 4 players
Penrith ladies Canoe Polo Team played their final tournament of the season last weekend, playing with a reduced team of only 4 players, but still still held their own against some strong opposition.
On Saturday the 25th of February Penrith Canoe Club attended the last of the National Division 4 North Canoe Polo tournaments at Cheadle in Manchester.
Great night last night in kendal at the 2nd Cumbrian tournament. Penrith fielded a youth/novice team, a combined ladies team with lancs uni, and 2 open teams. The youth/novice team came 2nd, with 2 new club members taking part, well done Jacob and Rhys, great performances by all.
Saturday 23rd January saw the first competition of the year for Penrith canoe club, giving an insight into just how much difference Christmas indulgence made.