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Perth’s youngsters are keeping active in Western Australia’s summer heat thanks to the introduction of Junior Water Polo Packagoals at Beatty Park Leisure Centre in North Perth.
More than 80 children are enjoying the inflatable goals from Packaworld International each week as part of Triton Water Polo Club’s shared Flippaball Competition with Newman Water Polo. Over 50 children also turn up to Triton’s junior training sessions each weekend.
Triton Flippaball Coordinator Jemma Day says the club’s newest purchase, from the ‘professional’ range of Junior Water Polo Packagoals, is taking the hassle out of training for the club and stands out amongst the alternatives.
Packaworld CEO Peter Roberts says Junior Water Polo Packagoals provide a great solution to challenges of portability, safety and storage posed by traditional steel goals, and are an excellent choice for premier clubs such as Triton as well as those looking to bring the game to a broader range of locations quickly and easily.
“It’s brilliant that we’ve found a solution to makes it easier for future water polo stars to learn, as well as helping coaches to inspire children to get active and play water polo.”
Triton Water Polo Club has a proud history of producing elite water polo players, with 11 Olympians – including three gold medallists – in the club’s history.
Water Polo Packagoals are in use around the world at venues ranging from aquatic centres to swimming pools on luxury cruise liners.
Retailing at around AUD$400, they provide a safer alternative than traditional steel goals, reducing the risk of player injury and removing any potential damage to pool tiles that can result from heavier steel goals.
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