Victorian Seals

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Victorian Seals
Founded 2014
League National Water Polo League
Based in Melbourne
Arena Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre

The Victorian Seals was a Melbourne based Australian water polo club that competed in the National Water Polo League. Established in 2014, the club had a men's team and a women's team.

In their first year both teams qualified for the 2014 NWPL Finals which were held at the Valley Pool in Brisbane. The men's team played in the Grand Final against UNSW Wests Magpies and finished with a silver medal. The women's team finished 5th.

In November 2014 the club received the Club of the Year award at the Water Polo Australia awards dinner.[1][2]

In their second year the men's team qualified for the 2015 NWPL Finals which were held at Sydney Olympic Pool and finished 5th.

In their third year both teams qualified for the 2016 NWPL Finals which were held at MSAC in Melbourne. The men's team played in their second Grand Final against UWA Torpedoes and finished with a silver medal. The women's team finished 5th.

The club withdrew from the National Water Polo League prior to the start of the 2017 season.

References

  1. ^ http://waterpoloaustralia.com.au/nwpl/womens-nwpl-teams/victorian-seals-women-2/
  2. ^ http://www.bordermail.com.au/story/2138831/border-teenager-stars-for-victorian-seals/


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