CPI Canoe Polo Ireland Munster Polo League Division 2 2022

Canoe Polo Ireland Logo / Reference: [1][Adjusted]


CPI Canoe Polo Ireland Munster Polo League Division 2 2022

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Reference: Compiled from Results in [2]

Fixtures & Results

Reference: Compiled from Results in [2]

Recap Week 1 (UL Sports Arena, Limerick)

Kamikazee dominated the first week of Munster Polo League Canoe Polo played in over 2 years due to the COVID Pandemic, by defeating the three University teams by a combined score of 18-2 in Division 2 (Divisions are ranked Nationally). Having opened with a 10-1 triumph over UL Wolves after UCD had defeated UCC 3-2, they then proceeded to defeat UCC 4-1 and UCD 4-0. In other matches UCD won 3-1 versus Fanatical Dodgers, who then defeated UL Wolves 4-2. UCC finished off the evening by winning 6-1 at hosts UL Wolves. Kamikazee were now top of the Table with 3 wins, UCDOFB & GKC were second on two wins, and then UCC and Fanatical Dodgers on one win each. UL Wolves were languishing in fifth place having lost all three games. Reference: [2]

About Canoe Polo and the Munster Polo League

Canoe Polo is a team ball game similar to Water Polo, with the difference that players are in canoes. Players try to pass the ball to each other and score in a goal at the defending teams end while navigating around the pool by canoe.

The Munster Polo League Division 2 is the top level Canoe Polo League in Munster (South of Ireland) and Division 3 Nationally, below the Premier League. The 2022 Munster Polo League is the first in 2 years due to the Covid Pandemic and features three University teams: UL Wolves (Limerick), UCC (Cork), UCDOFB & GKC (Dublin) as well as Kamikazee and Fanatical Dodgers.

Canoe Polo Stock Image

canoe polo competition / Contributor: filippo giuliani / Reference: [3]

Image Reference

[3] Contributor: filippo giuliani (2022) canoe polo competition Item ID: 1360429004 [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/canoe-polo-competition-1360429004 [Accessed 20 February 2022]


[2] Munster Polo League Facebook Page (2022) Photo February 14, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/MunsterPoloLeague/posts/4879493068808165 [Accessed 20 February 2022]

Logo References

[1] Canoe Polo Ireland Facebook (2018) Profile Picture, July 30, 2018 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/canoepoloireland/photos/a.160797990603912/2266761150007575/ [Accessed 20 February 2022][Actual Logo Reference at: https://scontent-dub4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.6435-9/38013922_2266761156674241_5414784936446001152_n.png?_nc_cat=110&ccb=1-5&_nc_sid=09cbfe&_nc_ohc=WF53vMoNiq4AX9vR3TH&_nc_ht=scontent-dub4-1.xx&oh=00_AT_rHd0EtS4lLuDCRJ1SdLPsUGXIoNNGBCulElxLq82jlg&oe=6238B89F ][Accessed 20 February 2022]


Thanks to Ed Murphy


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Last Updated: 20 February 2022

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