One of the leaders of water polo, John, known throughout water polo as ‘Ron’, Winn, sadly passed away on Thursday 23rd April 2015.
- Monday 25th May – No morning swimming (Bank Holiday)
- Thursday 25th June – No evening Water Polo (School swimming event)
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SENIOR MEN IMPROVE ON LAST YEAR’S PERFORMANCE
Lancaster seniors finished third in this years British Championships after losing out by a goal to City of Manchester and beating Bristol Central in the bronze match play off. In 2014 Lancaster didn’t qualify for the finals.
In the 2014/15 British Water Polo League Lancaster finished in second place after losing out in the last game by a goal. Lancaster finished third in the 2013/2014 season.
JUNIOR’S THIRD BEST TEAM IN THE COUNTRY
The Lancaster City under 19’s boys had a hard few days before their National Water Polo finals when they found out the sad news that their coach Ron Winn had passed away. The lads lost their semi-final 10-3 to City of Manchester on Saturday before winning their bronze medal match 13-12 against Exeter.
Emotionally the past couple of days before the weekend for the Lancaster team were just too much for them to give their best performance
Lancaster have won the under 19’s title eight times, the last being in 2012. In 2014 Lancaster finished in forth place.
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