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Open Weekend
Jul 9, 2011, 11:30 am

Open Weekend logoJoin us for a day of swimming and water polo activities on Saturday 23 July as part of the national London 2012 Open Weekend.

This is a great opportunity to have some fun while promoting our Club to potential new members and using some free water time for training and fitness.

We're aiming to make this into a social event for all sections of Penguin so come along and bring a picnic. Family and friends are welcome.

The programme is:

11.00-13.00 Masters swimming in the 50m open air pool. Steve Baker offering coaching and technique advice

14.00-15.00 Beat the Water Polo Goalie

15.00-16.00 Pick Up Game

16.00-18.00 Fives - a fun water polo tournament with teams made up at random from Penguin and members of the public

There will also be lots of other free taster activities going on throughout the sports complex that you can join in.

You can find out more from these links:

Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex

London 2012 Open Weekend

Put the date in your diary and we hope to see you there.

PS for anyone training for open water swims, wetsuits are allowed in the outdoor pool!


Francesca's London 2012 blog
Dec 21, 2011, 10:33 am

With the Liverpool team in SerbiaIn her December blog Frankie sends festive greetings to all at Penguin while considering the last few days of tough training before her well-earned Christmas break ...


Congratulations!
Jun 21, 2011, 2:32 pm

Family of Four - Claire Martin, new baby Amy, husband James and son MarkCongratulations to Claire Martin and husband James on the birth last week of their new daughter Amy Louise Scott, pictured here with her brother Mark.


Francesca's London 2012 blog
Jun 21, 2011, 2:09 pm

team pyramid in AthensIn her June blog Francesca relates the GB Team's recent matches at World League in Barcelona and Athens, and looks ahead to their next Euro Qualifier in Spain.


Penguin men maintain their winning streak in the London League
Jun 20, 2011, 2:12 pm

Our men's first team remain unbeaten in the London League Premier Division following their latest matches at Whitgift on 12 June.

We took a narrow 9-7 win over Poly, but our victory in the next match against Beckenham was more comprehensive at 20-5.


Penguin under 16 players selected for London Region team
Jun 20, 2011, 2:04 pm

Congratulations to Albie Duffy, Joe Ortiz, Max Dewhurst and Venu Manikavasagar (goalkeeper) who have been selected to play in the London Region team at the inter-region tournament at Basildon on weekend of 25/26 June 2011.


Competition!
Jun 6, 2012, 8:44 am

Penguins in MaltaSome of our older members recently visited Malta and have sent this photo along with a challenge to name the Penguin players featured in the image and guess their combined ages!

The winner will receive a Penguin hoodie.

Use the entry form to submit your answers. Closing date is Friday 31 August 2012.


Two out of two wins for Penguin Emperors
Oct 4, 2011, 1:16 pm

BWPL logoOn 24th and 25th of September, the Penguin Emperors opened their First Division season with a double win in Sheffield's Ponds Forge against Leeds and Coventry. This was the first appearance of new coach Matteo Ciappina, assisted by Nori Benko.

The first game against Leeds was a smashing 11-0! Three goals came from El Thomson, back in the water after a break, and elected as team captain for the season. We also welcomed back Katie Collins, who kept a clean sheet for the whole game and Claire Martin who was the author of two goals, one of them a beautiful back-hand from the pit.

Other scorers were Nuci, Chiara and Jos, netting two goals each. And playing in her first match for Penguin, Des Prendergast, showed great skills as a pit defender.

As our first match with a very different line-up from last season (five of the starting seven from last year were missing), this win was a good morale boost. We showed good team spirit from the start, and we only received a single kick-out in the game – a first for us!

Next day we faced an unexpectedly hard game against newcomers to the First Division, Coventry. The Coventry girls evened up early goals by Chiara and El to close the first quarter 2-2. Their organized game continued to trouble us through the next quarter which ended 4-3. However, from the third quarter onwards Penguin took control despite losing centre back Des (sent out for three majors). Our lead widened thanks to an astounding six goals by El, and Nuci closed the deal with our final goal in the last minute of game. Score: 9-5.

This was strong start for the renewed Penguin Emperors. But we'll have to prepare well for our next weekend in Corby where we face challenging games against Liverpool and our local rivals, Otter.


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