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Phillip shared his expert knowledge about canoe polo with our class. We all really enjoyed hearing about the equipment you use Phillip, and some of the rules of the game. It was cool when you put …

Phillip shared his expert knowledge about canoe polo with our class. We all really enjoyed hearing about the equipment you use Phillip, and some of the rules of the game. It was cool when you put some of your gear on to show us how it worked. You must be good at playing canoe polo, to be playing in an intermediate team. One of the most interesting parts was when you showed us a picture of your Dad going for the ball and crashing into one of the other team. It sounds like a really physical and exciting game. Thanks for sharing your expert knowledge with us Phillip.

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  • 1. Canoe polo
  • 2. Canoe polo is a sport
    Played inside or outside
    Pool or lake
    Played in kayaks
    5 players on a side, plus up to three subs
    Aim of the game is to get more goals than the other team
    Played in two halves
    Each half is about 10 minutes
  • 3. Kayaks
    Ends are blunted, and it’s more streamlined than a normal kayak, about 3m long
  • 4. Helmet
    Like a normal bike helmet, has a mask, and straps have to be tighter.
  • 5. PFD (personal flotation device)
    Made out of foam, used as armour to stop being by boats
  • 6. Spray deck
    Keeps you in your boat and stops water from going in so you don’t sink.
  • 7. Ball
    Has extra grip, round, floats easier than most balls, like a water polo ball
  • 8. Paddle
    Made up of the shaft and two blades, hand grips
  • 9. Goals
    There are 2 goals, are about 1.5m long and 1m high, and are about 2m off the water
  • 10. Rules and how it works
    You can’t take the ball off somebody who is touching the ball with your paddle
    You can’t hold on to the ball for more than five seconds
    You can’t paddle with the ball on your spray deck
    If the ball touches the side then it’s out
    Last person to touch the ball with their equipment then it’s the other teams ball
    At the start of game (or half) the back of your boat must be behind the goal line
  • 11. Where I play
    • Inspired by my Dad
    • 12. Thought canoe polo was cool by watching some his games
    • 13. Started playing social grade
    • 14. Now I play intermediate grade for St Peters because they were short of players
    • 15. The manager watched some of my games and thought that I was good
    • 16. I play at Freyberg and Thursday nights
    • 17. I have scored about 5 goals
  • Why it’s cool
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