SOCIALS!!!!!Posted By: Charlotte On: Wed 19th Oct, 2016 2:38pm
'Sup Paddlers,

I'm back with a definitive list of ALL the social for this term with all the deets you need!!

For more info either check out the Facebook Events, Canoe / Canoe Polo page or message either myself or Patrick!!

WEEK 3: POP @ 7pm Wednesday @ The Copper Rooms

WEEK 4: Kit Trip + Cocktails Thursday - meet either: - Interchange bus stop @ 5pm - Leam boat centre @ 6pm - Patricks house (77 Clarendon street, leamington spa, CV32 4PW) @ 7:30 / 8pm ish 
  • Sign ups going live today!

WEEK 5: POP @ 7pm Wednesday @ Copper Rooms 

WEEK 5: Fireworks @ 7pm Thursday @ 235 Sir Henry Parkes Road, Coventry, West Midlands, CV4 8GH
  • There will probably be a few walking groups leaving from Campus Sports Centre around 6:15pm / 6:30pm ish to get us to the right place + to pick up booooooze!
  • Sign ups going live today!
WEEK 6: Quiz Night! @ 8:30pm Thursday @ The Dirty Duck

WEEK 7: POLO SOCIALS Friday @ ??? @ ??? 
  • See Polo Captains for more info about the night!!! :D
WEEK 8: Informal film and pizza night @ 7:30pm Thursday @ S0.09 on campus

WEEK 8: SKOOLDAYZ @ 9:30pm Saturday (after polo) @ The Copper Rooms

WEEK 9: POP @ 7pm Wednesday @The Copper Rooms 

WEEK 10: Christmas Meal @ 7pm Thursday @ Satchwells (tbc)

Hope to see y'all there!!
Social sec over and out!!

 Last week of tasters!Posted By: Jefff On: Mon 17th Oct, 2016 6:25pm
I am sad to say that this is our last week of free taster sessions. If you want to try out canoe/canoe polo and haven't yet please do so this week!


Here is a reminder of our regular pool sessions. 2 of them are cancelled this week but they will be back to normal after that.
  • Monday 20.30-22.00, Canoe
  • Tuesday 20.30-22.00, Polo
  • Wednesday 20.30-22.00, Canoe - CANCELLED THIS WEEK DUE TO POP
  • Thursday 15.30-16.30, Canoe
  • Saturday 19.00-21.00, Polo - CANCELLED THIS WEEK DUE TO TRIPS
Meet us in the Warwick Sports Centre swimming pool with swimming kit and a t-shirt you don't mind getting wet (and a towel!)


If you haven’t done so already, you will need to buy membership in order to be able to attend sessions and trips.

Looking forward to a great year of all things canoeing!


Polo NewsDiv4 Tournament CheltenhamPosted By: Josh On: Wed 12th Oct, 2016 12:10pm

On the 22nd of October we will be taking two teams to the INDOOR tournament at Cheltenham. Due to the clash with canoe’s Freshers trip we have a need for more players. If you are interested, please sign up of the website at the link:

To be eligible to play in this tournament you will need to be a member of the canoe polo club and a member of British Canoeing. The trip will cost £15 each, this will cover all entry fees and travel costs.

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Canoe NewsFreshers' TripPosted By: Freja On: Sat 8th Oct, 2016 10:38pm
Freshers' Trip 

Big welcome to all our new members, and a slightly smaller welcome to our returning members. The canoe club aim to run around 3 river trips per term, and our first trip of the year is fast approaching! Our freshers' trip is suitable for all of our new members, regardless of previous paddling experience, our only requirement is that you have attended at least one pool session, and are a member of the club.

Freshers' trip is a trip to South Wales for an introduction to white-water kayaking. It will be the weekend at the end of week 3 (21st-23rd Oct), leaving late afternoon on the Friday and returning Sunday evening. We're staying in a bunkhouse both nights, then venturing out to paddle rivers during the day. We'll provide all the paddling kit you need, asides from shoes for on the river (old trainers work well), but if you have any kit of your own, feel free to bring it. 
We recommend you bring a waterproof jacket, a sleeping bag and plenty of warm clothes, as well a towel (the bunkhouse has showers) and any overnight stuff you may need. If you need help getting hold of any of these things, let us know and we can provide them for you.

The price will be £38; this will include transport, accommodation, kit (if you need it) and a group meal on the Saturday night. There are also rumours of free booze ...

So you are interested in signing up?
  1. Be a member of the club through Warwick SU/Warwick Sport. You will need a silver Warwick sport membership, to pay the Sports Federation fee, then to go to this page and join the club.
  2. Attend at least one canoe session. Unfortunately attending a canoe polo session is insufficient.
  3. Make an account on our website (if you haven't done so already). I'd recommend not leaving this till the last minute, as some people find this confusing. Follow this link for instructions:
  4. Be on our trips page ( this Friday at 5pm. A trip called Freshers' Trip 2016 will appear, which you can click, fill in your details, and sign up. Sign ups will close Sunday at 6pm, then confirmation emails will be sent out with a payment link to those who got a place on Monday. We assign our places first-come first-serve, as unfortunately we're limited in the number of people we can take, and in the past this trip has been very popular, so I'd recommend signing up promptly.
Once we've sent out our confirmation email, you are committed to paying for the trip. If you are no longer able to come, please let us know ASAP so that we can try to find someone else to take your place. If you change your mind, but have not yet received a confirmation email, then just pop one of the exec a message and we will remove your sign-up.

Other Stuff
  • This Thursday is 3-legged bar crawl, we will be meeting in Leam at 8pm, or on campus at the main bus stop at 7pm.
  • Next Wednesday (week 3) we will be circling at Pop! Week 3 circling tickets tend to sell out, so buy your tickets now.
  • Tyne Tour will be the weekend of week 5, more details to follow.
  • Week 6 we will be heading to Swansea for a weekend of drinking and kayak surfing.
  • Week 7 is BUCS Wildwater Racing, again, more details to follow.
  • Near the end of term- probably at the end of week 8, we will be organising a White Water Safety and Rescue (WWSR) course, this will probably cost in the region of £80-£100 pp, more details to follow, please let us know if you are interested.

 Welcome Freshers!Posted By: Freja On: Tue 30th Aug, 2016 9:39pm
Welcome to the University of Warwick Canoe and Canoe Polo Clubs!

Our pool sessions are free to attend and aimed at people of all ability levels, from kayaking experts to complete beginners. All you need to bring to each session is yourself, swimming kit, a t-shirt and we will supply the rest. At your first pool session you are required to swim 2 lengths and then do a capsize drill while supervised and guided by one of our experienced members.

The sessions are:

    • Monday 8:30-10:00pm
    • Wednesday 8:30-10:00pm
    • Thursday 3:30-4:30pm
Canoe Polo
    • Tuesday 8:30-10:00pm
    • Wednesday 8:00-9:00am - Ball throwing practice at Westwood Games Hall
    • Saturday 7:00-9:00pm

After every evening session we go to one of the pubs on campus, while after ball throwing we frequently go for breakfast (at Xananas, though we always welcome new suggestions).


Throughout the year, the canoe polo club hosts and attends a range of indoor and outdoor tournaments that cater to all ability levels. Playing against other clubs and universities is a great way to improve your skills and earn some medals!

The year builds up to the fantastic BUCS Canoe Polo Tournament, where university teams from across the country come together for a weekend of polo and drinking (and not necessarily in that order), and of course to find who can field the best team!


The canoe polo club holds trips to the River Leam most Wednesdays, where we practice drills for boat skills, ball skills, and fitness (followed by the pub of course). We will let you know when these trips are happening closer to the time.

Each term canoe do several white water trips to different places around the country. Currently we have 3 weekend trips planned for the first term with a 4th and 5th one being a possibility. If you're interested in signing up for any trips you will need to be a member of the club and have attended at least one pool session although more are advised.

In addition to club run trips members will sometimes try to find other people to go to HPP  (an artificial whitewater course in Nottingham) and other popular paddling spots with them by posting on the website or asking around the people at pool sessions. On top of all this, we also occasionally run day trips, whether to the mighty Nene White Water Centre, the fast flowing rapids of the Leam, or some other equally exotic location a short drive from campus.


As well as visits to the pub after sessions we also run a wide variety of socials throughout term time with some of the highlights being pub golf, Christmas meal and our big end of year party. Just in the first 5 weeks of this term we have multiple pub trips, a bar crawl around Leamington, circling at Pop, a kit trip to a local kayaking shop and a cocktails night.

Sign up for trips and tournaments will be through our website so if interested please make an account for this website. To make an account on the website, follow this link.

Looking forward to seeing you at a session soon!

Freja, Jefff and the Canoe and Canoe Polo Exec

Polo NewsHoliday PoloPosted By: Jefff On: Wed 22nd Jun, 2016 3:19pm
Holiday polo has been booked for every Tuesday 19.00-20.00!

Please let us know which sessions you can attend by filling in this doodley thing: link

 EPIC PARTYYYY!!!Posted By: The Unofficial Social Sec On: Thu 9th Jun, 2016 12:11pm
To those who have finished exams and enjoying the sunshine congratulations and to those who still have exams to go … 

It will soon be time for Epic party, the biggest and best social of the year! There’ll be a BBQ, booze, bouncy castle, alcohol, music, croquet and more booze. 

Where: Leamington Rugby Club (not actually in Leam) When: 7pm on Thursday 30th June (Week 10) 

Who: Yourself and if you’re lucky enough to have friends outside the club plus 1’s are welcome. (If you get them a ticket) 

The dress code is formal so Suit Up! 

Ticket info 

Tickets will cost £35 this year But if you sign up and pay by the end of Monday 27th June (conveniently the last day of Surf Trip) then we are offering early bird tickets at a reduced price of only £30! 

For drivers, workers or teetotallers we have a non-alcoholic ticket at £20 

Sign up here: link

If your bringing a plus 1 from outside the club then sign up here as well so we can keep track of numbers : link

If you have any specially dietary requirements or general complaints let the exec know by emailing  

Epic Love 

The Unofficial Social Sec

Polo NewsHinckley Friendly TournamentPosted By: Jefff On: Tue 7th Jun, 2016 12:36pm
Hinckley Friendly Tournament

We have been invited to a friendly tournament hosted by Hinckley Hammerheads. This will be a great way for beginners and Div 4 players to celebrate the end of term!

When: Sunday 3rd July, 11.00-17.30
Where: Beautiful lake in the midlands (30 mins away), friendly locals
Cost: £10
Signup: link please sign up by this Sunday (12th)

Leam accommodation can be provided for homeless freshers.

If you want to go to Joy Davis (Hull) or London tournaments please sign up ASAP as we need to decide whether we can go or not.

N.B. This clashes with Joy Davis but signups have been poor for that so it seems unlikely we will be able to enter.

Love Jeff

Canoe NewsNene TripPosted By: Freja On: Mon 6th Jun, 2016 3:10pm
On Tuesday 21st June, the club will be going to Nene Whitewater Centre for the day. At only £10 its a bargain, and signups will be open this Thursday at 4pm.

  • Saturday 18th June is School Dayz
  • Wednesday 22nd June is a BBQ followed by Pop!
  • 24th-27th June is Surf Trip. We still have a couple of spaces remaining, cost is £20 plus £5pn.
  • Thursday 30th June is Epic Party, price tbc.

Polo NewsLondon InternationalPosted By: Jefff On: Wed 1st Jun, 2016 12:39pm
London International

As well as the Hull International (see below!), we are planning on entering a team into the London International! 

When: 29-31 July
Where: Danson Park
Cost: Entry fee (£100) + transport + camping (free!). Split between everyone going. (PS. you also need BC(U) membership).

This will be a great way to deter polo withdrawal over the holidays. Please sign up here if interested: link

Please sign up by Wednesday 15th June. Space will be dependent on drivers so please let me know if you can donate your vehicle to the great polo cause!

Love Jeff (Imperative)
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Polo NewsJoy Davis Hull International TournamentPosted By: Arun On: Wed 1st Jun, 2016 9:47am
Joy Davis Tournament

Calling all poloers! On the 1st-3rd July (Week 10) Kingston Kayak club are hosting the 26th Joy Davis Hull International Canoe Polo Tournament

We're planning on entering a Warwick team, this will be a great way to celebrate the end of exams/the academic year! 

The cost of the weekend will be split between everyone going, includes entry fees (£80), transport, a 2+1/2 hour drive (please let me know if you can drive), £10 per tent per night and a BCU membership if you don't have one already. 

If you are interested please sign up before 10th June so we know if we have enough to enter:

Polo love, 


P.S For freshers/homeless people who have to move out, Jeff (and potentially other lovely leam) have kindly offered to house you as need be.

Polo NewsLiverpool International Posted By: Ben Ayre On: Sun 29th May, 2016 11:52pm
For anyone going on the Liverpool International trip payment of £25 needs to be payed by Wednesday the 1st June 

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Canoe NewsSurf Trip T-shirtsPosted By: Freja On: Sat 21st May, 2016 4:56pm
Surf Trip T-shirts are now available from
They cost £10 and are (in my opinion) a great way to celebrate the year, as well as surf trip itself. You can of course buy a shirt regardless of whether you plan on coming on Surf Trip itself. Once you've paid for a t-shirt, please comment on the Facebook post with the size you would like.

Other things
  • We still have a couple of spaces left if anyone is wishing they'd signed up for surf trip (though most likely the only return space would be on Monday).
  • On Tuesday 21st June we will be going to Nene Whitewater Centre, more details & signups will be closer to the time.
  • Wednesday 22nd is a BBQ and then we go to Pop!
  • Thursday 30th June is Epic Party, price is still tbc, but keep the date free!

Canoe NewsSurf TripPosted By: Freja On: Wed 11th May, 2016 1:21pm
As I'm sure you're all aware (and doubtless are very disappointed by), this term we don't run any river trips. But despair not. Instead, we offer something even better! Yes that's right, at the end of week 9 (24th-26th June), the club goes to Wales for our annual Surf Trip.

Dependent on numbers, the trip will cost approximately £20 (plus £5 per night), and we plan to have 2 minibii. One will drive down Friday morning, and one down Friday evening, then one will return on Sunday, and the other on Monday. (If there are insufficient numbers then we will only take one bus instead)

Sign-ups are up (link ) please make sure you sign up for one bus there, and one returning (unless you want to be left in Wales)

Traditionally we also have Surf Trip t-shirts. These will most likely cost around £10, and more details will follow in the next couple of weeks.

Other dates for the diary
Tuesday 21st June- Nene Trip (more details to follow closer to the time)
Wednesday 22rd June- BBQ & Pop!
Thursday 30th June- Epic Party

Polo NewsRAGE FANTASY LEAGUE!!!!Posted By: Josh On: Wed 11th May, 2016 11:52am
Please find below the costs for players in the rage fantasy league. If you are wishing to enter a team into the fantasy league, please email me your team before midnight on Monday 16th 
. A team must consist of 7 players and cost up to £40m. A team must not have more than 3 members of the same team. A team will cost £2 per person to enter and the money collected will be distributed among the top 3 teams. If i've missed anything or you have any questions please do not hesitate to point out/ ask.

Chloughy £9.41m
Baby £8.91m
Madi £7.91m
Josh £7.17m
Ben £6.88m 
Jeff £6.31m 
Sam D £6.17m
Nathan £6.12m 
Emma £5.62m
Matt £5.50m 
Luke £5.48m 
Mark £4.98m 
Jennie £4.66m 
Deema £4.66m  
Lauren £4.64m 
Sam H £4.52m 
Thom £4.43m 
Arun £4.05m
Elsa £3.81m 
Freya £3.76m
Tom Jin £3.76m
Elise £2.86m 
Charlotte £2.69m
Tristan £2.29m

Polo NewsRAGE Teams!!!!Posted By: Josh On: Wed 11th May, 2016 11:39am


For those of you who couldn't make the last session, here are the teams for rage 2016:

Team ‘Boaty McBoatface’
Andrew ‘Cloughy’ Clough
Sam ‘Peado’ Davis

Nathan ‘Harrold’ Ling
Lauren ‘Love a good Raft’ Gaines
Tom ‘Thom’ Milward
Charlotte ‘Die Sozial Führerin’ Taylor

Team ‘Boatasaurus Rex’

Matt ‘Baby’ Clough
Rob ‘Jeff’ Howells
Emma ‘ex presedente’ Beaney
Jennie ‘Shoblin’ Stanford
Sam ‘Little Sam’ Hennem
Elise ‘Prime’ Martin

Team ‘Boatimus Prime’
Jamie ‘Nipple Bleeder’ Anderson
Ben ‘Home wrecker’ Ayre
Matt ‘Greggs’ Barringer
Deema ‘Swampy’ Mozayen
Arun ‘Kumar Jandor
Tom ‘Jinners’ Jub
Team ‘Usain Boat'

Madison ‘Madi’ McClough
Josh ‘Mummy’s Boy’ Charlwood
Luke ‘Fat Luke’ Kershaw
Mark ‘Time Lord’ Hadley
Elsa ‘Let it go’ Joel
Freya ‘The Mistress’ Bull
Tristan ‘Moaner’ Byrne

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Canoe NewsCanoe CANCELLED Wednesday 11/05/2016Posted By: Freja On: Tue 10th May, 2016 11:59am
This Wednesday's pool session is cancelled. 

Instead it's Pop! with the theme of Mythological Creatures.

Polo NewsPolo 07/05/16 CANCELLEDPosted By: Jefff On: Fri 6th May, 2016 5:44pm
As all of our boats are being used in tournaments, polo this Saturday is cancelled.

Sessions will be on at normal time next week (Tue 20.00-22.00, Sat 19.00-20.30) but the first 2 games of Tuesdays will be dedicated to RAGE!

Polo NewsRAGE RATINGS!!Posted By: Josh On: Sun 1st May, 2016 6:37pm
Hello All, The tributes have all now volunteered! The people have been counted and we are almost ready to fire the starting cannon on the prestigious rage league. Before these courageous individuals can begin their trials, we must first establish where in the herd they will sit. To decide this, everyone in the club should submit a ranking of each player with 1 being the worst and 10 being the highest. The rating should be based on how good they are as a player. This should be based on things like passing, catching, play making, tactics, shooting, saving, etc.. To make the scale a lot less concentrated, could people make sure that there is at least one 10 and one 1 in their rankings. Also don’t vote for yourself. Please fill in the spread sheet on the email/ facebook and include it in a response to the email sent out or send it to by midnight on Friday 6th May . Thanks for Your Time, Josh
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Polo NewsRAGE!!!!Posted By: Josh On: Mon 25th Apr, 2016 12:36pm

Hello All,

I am pleased to announce that this term will be seeing the return of the rage league! To celebrate its impending arrival we are looking for tributes to compete for their honour in the greatest arena known to man (the swimming pool). In order to compete in the RAGE league could people please sign up on the website (see link) before Friday the 29th April.

Thanks, Josh J


Polo NewsLiverpool InternationalPosted By: The Real Jefff On: Fri 22nd Apr, 2016 4:14pm

Calling all poloers! On the 4th-5th June (Week 6) Friends of Allonby are hosting the 27th Liverpool International Canoe Polo Tournament! We are hoping to enter a mighty Warwick team - all members are encouraged to enter (screw exams)!

The cost of the weekend will be split between everyone going, so the more the merrier! This will include entry fees (£75), transport (please let me know if you can drive), accommodation (a field) and a BCU membership if you don't have one already.

If you are interested please sign up before Sunday 1st May so we know if we have enough to enter: link

Love Jeff (imperative)


 Pretour SocialPosted By: The Real Jefff On: Wed 16th Mar, 2016 3:19pm
Pre-tour Social!

Get hyped for our final social of term - pre-tour! We will be invading the Casa de ChLauristal (?) for excessive amounts of eating, drinking and chillaxing!

Date: Friday 18 March
Time: 19.00 - whenever we get kicked out of Kelsey's
Location: 38 Gordon Street

Bring your own booze and cash for pizza! 

Your soon to be ex social secs

Jeff and Alan
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Polo NewsHoliday Polo Posted By: Emma On: Tue 15th Mar, 2016 9:38am
Holiday Polo has been booked 7-8pm every Tuesday throughout Easter! The sports centre has asked that we don't get any boats down until 7pm as Coventry Swimming club is using the pool till then. 
Hope to see loads of you there!
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Polo NewsPolo Leam Trip (week 24)Posted By: Stockton On: Mon 14th Mar, 2016 1:04pm
PolLeam Trip (week 24)

This will be our final Leam session before BUCS.
Lets make the most of it. 

Sign ups are open: link

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 16th March 

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Paddle Hard = Play Hard 

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)
Also we'll be charging £2 each for the van hire. 

As well as the normal help loading then van up before we leave it would be great to have help unloading the van after it has returned to campus.
Where possible please make yourself available to help unload the van after trips.  

Polo NewsRashvestPosted By: Ollie On: Wed 9th Mar, 2016 6:15pm
The second order of rashvests has arrived and are eagerly waiting ton be worn. So if you've ordered one what are you waiting for. Pay using the following link and then you will be able to collect your rashvest from the poolside balcony

Polo NewsBUCS Ref CoursePosted By: The Real Jefff On: Wed 9th Mar, 2016 4:50pm
BUCS Ref Course

Calling all poloers! On Friday 15 April BUCS will be hosting a polo ref theory course. This is really useful if you want to become a qualified ref (duh) and will help you have a better understanding of the rules and how to avoid those pesky green cards!  It is very important that we get some more refs qualified as most of ours are graduating at the end of the year! 

The course will cost you £10. This covers the course as well as your very own rule book and whistle and other cool junk.

We will be leaving from campus Friday morning and will join the rest of the Warwick BUCS folk after the course.

Interested? Sign up here: link  You have until Sunday evening to sign up and we will allocate places on a first come first served basis depending on the number of cars we can get. Please let me know if you can help drive people up!

PS: if you are not in a team but want to go to BUCS for spectating/partying please message Jennie ASAP!

 Warwick B's and Ladie's Tournament 13/03/16Posted By: Jamie On: Mon 7th Mar, 2016 9:48pm

Yolo Polo!

Warwick are hosting our termly b's and ladies tournament at the pool on

Sunday the 13th March from 12-7pm :D

Come along and support our university and hopefully we can win some hard earned medals!!! :)
If you believe you should be playing, inundate your captain with emails/fb message/carrier pigeon scrolls to clarify!
Everyone else, bring pompoms and a smile :) 

Yours in polo,
Tournament Sec
Warwick University Canoe Polo


 Election ResultsPosted By: Hadyn On: Thu 3rd Mar, 2016 6:46pm

Voting is now closed. All votes have been counted and independently verified.

A massive congratulations to our new exec for 2016/17.


President – Freya Bull

Vice President – Tom (Jinners) Jin

Secretary – Matt Barringer

Treasurer – Ollie Tarrant

Kit Secretary – Patrick (Paddy) Wiltshire

Coaching Secretary – Sam (Deema) Mozayen

Tour Secretary – Hadyn Luke Parker

Social Sec's – Charlotte Taylor & Patrick Doherty

Media Monkey – Elise Martin

Canoe Polo

President – Robert (Jeff) Howells

Secretary – Elsa Joel

Treasurer – Arun Jandor

Kit Secretary's – Luke Kershaw and Ben Ayre

Coaching Secretary – Josh Charlwood

Tournament Secretary – Nathan Ling

Social Sec's – Charlotte Taylor and Patrick Doherty

Media Monkey – Elise Martin

As always if you have any grievances with the outcome of this years election please send any complaints to

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 Term 2 Kit TripPosted By: Hadyn On: Thu 3rd Mar, 2016 3:50pm

*Leam Boat Centre Kit Trip*

We will be having another kit trip to the Leam Boat Centre next Wednesday week 9 (9th March). This is a perfect opportunity for anyone going on Scotland Tour or to the Cardiff Tournament to buy some last minute thermals, cags or strides. I cannot emphasise enough how much more enjoyable the week will be if your warm. 

We will be leaving campus after lectures have finished at 1pm so there will be plenty of time for shopping before the inevitable Leam Training and Pop.

Don't forget your Skool Dayz ticket this Saturday, Pop week 9 circling ticket and there are places for Scotland and White Water Safety and Rescue (WWSR) course.

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Polo NewsPolo Leam Trip (week 22)Posted By: Stockton On: Mon 29th Feb, 2016 4:46pm
Polo Leam Trip (week 22)

Usual stuff, we're Training on the Leam on Wednesday.
Among other things, we'll be focusing on possession.  

Sign ups are open: link

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 2nd March 

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)
Also we'll be charging £2 each for the van hire. 

As well as the normal help loading then van up before we leave it would be great to have help unloading the van after it has returned to campus.
Where possible please make yourself available to help unload the van after trips.  
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 Election ManifestosPosted By: Sam On: Mon 29th Feb, 2016 12:02pm

The battle lines have been drawn and the hats have been thrown into the ring! Please find below the manifestos of your three presidential candidates:

Freya Bull: To borrow from Harry Potter, “Every headmaster and headmistress of Hogwarts has brought something new […] for without progress there will be stagnation and decay. There again, progress for progress's sake must be discouraged, for our tried and tested traditions often require no tinkering. […] Let us move forward, then, into a new era of openness, effectiveness and accountability […]”

In all seriousness, I’ve really loved my time in the club so far, and I hope that if I became President I would be able to give something back to the club. I would work with the rest of the exec to continue to build on the good work of previous exec, and to keep the club the friendly welcoming place it currently is. In particular I would focus on boosting membership even further, and developing the skills of all our members (through coached pool sessions and arranging courses). Having been on the exec already this year, I feel like I already know much of what is necessary as part of the exec, allowing me to focus on improving the club and making it even better than it already is.

Ollie Tarrant: In the last couple of years I have had some of my best uni experiences within canoe club. I have always been actively involved within the club both on and off the water. Through my role as coaching secretary in Canoe and Treasurer on Canoe Polo I have developed a strong understanding of how the club runs and am experienced in organizing many aspects of the club whether it’s for finance, booking transport, coaching courses or even organizing a whole trip. I would like to help ensure that the club continues to run smoothly over the next year, and encourage another enthusiastic generation of fresher’s to join the club. If elected I plan to find a better option for the week 2 trip, rather than leam trip, that would better prepare people for fresher’s trip. I’m looking forward to another great year of awesome paddling, socials, pool sessions and more and I hope this is an experience I can ensure you all get to enjoy!

Sam Hennem: I’m a better paddler than I have ever been thanks to this club, and now I hope to repay my debt by guiding it through the next year as president. I won’t shake the budgie cage too much, as I think Sam and Gabs have run the club just right since I have been here, so will be following in their footsteps. Some things that I will change however:

  • BUCS Wild Water: We have several vastly talented white water paddlers, who could get canoe a few BUCS points, and with Warwick Uni, BUCS points = more funding!
  • New Term 2 trip: Since slalom died there’s a big gap in term 2 between trips, the perfect place to slot in a trip to the Yorkshire Dales! Or indeed somewhere more fun.
  • Top quality freshers fair stand: You can hardly breathe for GoPros in this club, at the freshers fair we would look fantastic showing off our vast amount of canoe footage, bringing in the freshers, who can keep the club alive for the next few years.
  • All curry socials to be at King Baba’s, Ali’s Golden Valley is to be blacklisted.

We have a framework of brilliant pool sessions, coaching, trips and socials to grow the club to be bigger and better than ever.


Polo NewsPolo Core Training (week 21)Posted By: Stockton On: Thu 25th Feb, 2016 2:57am
Polo Core Training (week 21)
Just to enforce what was said on facebook:
Do you enjoy wallowing in your own sweat whilst a satanic women tells you to lift your knees higher?
If so, Core Training is for you!
Don't worry, the grueling experience is followed by a relaxing sauna session :)

It would be great to see some new faces there this week. 

When- 3.30pm Friday 26th February 

Where- Meet at the sports centre in you gym kit (or get there early and get changed)

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

We'll be starting at 3.30 sharp.
  1. 30min Ball Throwing
  2. 30min Interval Training
  3. 30min Core Training
  4. 30min Swimming
  5. 15min Sauna
Kit list
  • Trainers
  • Shorts/trackies
  • T-shirt
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water 
You can buy tickets on line or at the Sports Centre reception (ask for Metafit/Core on Friday) 
Tickets are £3.50.
It's fine if you cannot attend the whole session, the most important part is the Interval and Core Training from 4.00-5.00, try and make that part if nothing else.

Canoe NewsWWSR coursePosted By: Ollie On: Wed 24th Feb, 2016 3:24pm
Hi all. Do you want to learn some important safety and rescue skills for white water, or just fancy spending a weekend in Wales? If so then you should definitely be considering signing up to the White water safety and rescue course on the 12/13th March. (end of week 9). The course consists of a weekend of learning vital skills to ensure the safety of the club on future trips. The location will be in north Wales using a part of the river Tryweryn. Unfortunately there are only 6 spaces so sign up quick to avoid disappointment. The cost of the course will likely be around £60-80 depending on accommodation and how much we are able to subsidise the course. I know this is quite a lot but it is a very worthwhile course and is not to be missed. :)  Sign ups will go live at 4:30 tomorrow!

Polo NewsPolo Leam Trip (week 21)Posted By: Stockton On: Mon 22nd Feb, 2016 3:51pm
PolLeam Trip (week 21)

The van is book and will arrive on time (fingers crossed) for this weeks Leam Trip, now that you're in your provisional BUCS teams it would be good to start to see you attending additional training together.

Sign ups are open: link

Also after the Leam session, Charlie will be running a kit fixing session in Leam, this will be a great opportunity for people to fixing all the boats they keep breaking!

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 24th February 

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)
Also we'll be charging £2 each for the van hire. 

As well as the normal help loading then van up before we leave it would be great to have help unloading the van after it has returned to campus.
Where possible please make yourself available to help unload the van after trips.  

Polo NewsBig Team CurryPosted By: Stockton On: Sun 21st Feb, 2016 3:51pm
Big Team Curry
Calling everyone from the A's, B's, C's and Ladies!
(and everyone who's ever sat in a canoe)

To celebrate the forming of our teams and Mark Hadley's 30th Birthday (Congratulations Mark),we're going out for a club curry this coming Thursday at King Baba'z.

When- 7.30pm Thursday 27th February 

Where- King Baba CV31 3AE (Opposite TJ's in Leamington)

Why?- Why Not!

Could you please sign up ASAP to give us an idea of numbers for the table booking:

I hear that King Baba'z use a standard waiter service opposed to the 'proprietor shouting the menu out, one dish at a time, and asking for a show of hands' method which we're used to. 
As usual it's bring you own booze, the Coop down the road is usual a good place to pick up some cans.

If you're coming from campus, meet up at the bus stop around 6.45, get off at the Church opposite Robbins Well, walk towards Kelsey's, King Baba'z will be on your left opposite TJ's. If go under the railway bridge, you've gone too far. 
If you're coming from Leam I trust you can find the Curry house

Polo NewsBUCS Teams 2016Posted By: Stockton On: Thu 18th Feb, 2016 12:43am
BUCS Teams 2016

The BUCS teams for 2016 are posted below.
If you are able to play make sure you sign up on the website by Sunday night or you will lose your spot on the squad.

BUCS will be taking place from Friday 15th to Sunday the 17th of April at Hatfield Outdoor Activity Centre, Doncaster.
If you’ve not had a mention but would like to play, get in contact with me ASAP and I’ll see if we can squeeze you in.
This teams are somewhat provisional so expect changes.
There is a chance that we won’t be able to enter a C-team.

BUCS teams 2016
Robbie -1
Anja *
Josie *

Little Sam
Big Sam (C)
Nathan Ling
Hadyn 1+
Thom 1+
Luke Kershaw
Matt Barringer
Jeff *
Charlie *

C-Team (Not playing at BUCS)
Ollie Tarrant 1+ (C)
Ryan Truesdale
Tristan Byrne
Alex Townsend
Patrick Doherty *
David Miller
Euan Kendall

Ladies Team
Lauren (C)
Anja * 

* Not sure they can play
1+ Potentially moving to a higher team.
1- Potentially moving to a lower team
(C) potential Captain

Attendance, performance and commitment to training have been monitored through the academic year and have all played a part in the decision making behind who makes in onto the squad.
They will continue to be monitored and will effect who makes the final cut for each team as we might not be able to take all of you to the event.

Well done to those who have applied themselves so far, keep up the hard work as we have some way to go.
We will be holding an Advanced Rules talk in the coming weeks to get you all up to speed with the rule changes and how things are played at BUCS.

Canoe NewsCanoe Club ElectionsPosted By: Sam On: Tue 16th Feb, 2016 10:47am

Rumours abound about the end of an era… On Wednesday Week 8 (2/3/16) we will be holding our annual elections downstairs in the Robbins’ Well to decide who will be in charge of this mighty club next year. Proceedings will begin at 19:00 prompt so I would suggest you turn up a touch early to faff with drinks etc. The dress code is formal so please get suited and booted!

The positions are:

President – Organises and runs everything within the club.
Vice President – Supporting the President in organising and running everything within the club.
Treasurer – In charge of ensuring the club remains solvent and apportioning the budget.
Secretary – Takes the minutes of meetings and is in charge of ordering any club merchandise.
Kit Secretary – In charge of kit maintenance and purchasing.
Coaching Secretary – Organises coaching at pool sessions as well as any courses throughout the year.
Tour Secretary – Deals with everything Scotland.

Social sec (x2) [Joint with Canoe Polo]– Organising and running the weekly socials as well as post pool session pub trips during freshers.
Mediamonkey [Joint with Canoe Polo]– Keeping the website and social media up to date (talking to Tom Jin/Greg/Webbo if anything needs fixing!)

If you remain undecided whether to run or not, I would fully impel you to do so! Not only does it look good on your CV, being a part of the exec is the ideal way to voice your opinions on how the club is run (i.e. get minibuses that work!).  Without a committed, diligent exec the club will crumble and considering the plethora of positions available there is something suited to everyone. Warwick Canoe needs you!


If you are unsure of what any of the positions entail then please get in touch with me, or ask the current exec.

Once you have decided to run please let me know which position(s) you’re thinking of running for (preferably in writing so I don’t forget!). Then it is time to get creative. You need to come up with a canoe themed song (or poem or interpretive dance) as well as a joke, both of which will be performed on the night.

Additionally, if you are running for president then you will need to submit a short manifesto (200 word limit) detailing why you are the best candidate for the job. This needs to be emailed to me by midnight Wednesday week 7 (24/2/16). If you miss the deadline then your name will still be sent out, but with “No Manifesto Submitted” beneath it.

Please note, our elections will be held concurrently with the Canoe Polo club (you can hold positions on both execs!).

If you have any questions at all then don’t hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to seeing the products of your creativity!


 Socials weeks 6-10Posted By: Jefff On: Mon 15th Feb, 2016 11:21pm

Hello all! Please consult this list of socials for the rest of term and sort your lives out!

Week 6 (Thursday 18 Feb (and Friday and Saturday!)): Real Ale
  • >120 beers, >50 ciders and fruit wines, Dr Busker, Hog Roast, drunken debauchery, chance of being named Jeff etc.
  • Wear any canoe stuff you have!
  • Meet at the Duck for dinner at 17.00 or the Copper Rooms at 18.00 for the start
  • £3.50 CASH entry (no tickets/membership needed - just pay at the door) 
Week 7: Polo Socials
  • Await spam from captains
Week 8 (Wednesday 2 Mar): Elections
  • You should all run for something!!
  • Canoe spam link
  • Robbins' Well downstairs: 19.00 for food, 20.00 for the start
Week 9 (Wednesday 9 Mar): POP!
  • Copper Rooms at 19.00
Week 10 (Friday 18 Mar): Pre-tour
  • Chillaxing at the Casa de Lauren/Christal - 38 Gordon Street
  • Meet at 19.00, BYOB and cash for pizza!
  • Kelsey's/Neon at some point after!
Lots of love Jeff + Alan xoxoxoxox

Polo NewsKit fixing Week 21Posted By: Charlie On: Mon 15th Feb, 2016 1:46pm

Kit fixing Week 21

There is going to be a kit fixing week, this be done over a week where they be 3 events (maybe 4) where we be fixing the boat before BUCS.

Due the ability not be able to make large fix on pool side, we will do in my garage down in Lem

The people how went down to Pete kiting day your help would great needed, but everyone is welcome.


Sunday 21/02 14:00 onward – This will be preparation of boat and starting of some resin

Wednesday 24/02 14:00 onward – This be finish preparation and completed resining.

Saturday 27/02 10:00 – 12:00 – Complete the repairs and replace bumpers and seats.

Wednesday 02/03 14:00 onward – Only if we do not complete or do get people for Saturday 

This 2 Wych elm drive, Leamington spa CV32 3QR

I be going form campus on each of thought days 40 mins before, and will be returning once finished. They be room for 4 people how live on campus if they want a lift.

It on the U12 or Uni bus that is on the sysdome route as I live on the bus

Please comment what day you can make



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Polo NewsPolo Core Training (week 20)Posted By: Stockton On: Mon 15th Feb, 2016 1:06am
Polo Core Training (week 20)
Core Training is back with a vengeance this Friday.
Slightly different timings from last session, see below.
If this is you're first time don't worry, it's well worth it and the Sauna at the end if fantastic :)

When- 3.30pm Friday 19th February 

Where- Meet at the sports centre in you gym kit (or get there early and get changed)

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

We'll be starting at 3.30 sharp.
  1. 30min Ball Throwing
  2. 30min Interval Training
  3. 30min Core Training
  4. 30min Swimming
  5. 15min Sauna
Kit list
  • Trainers
  • Shorts/trackies
  • T-shirt
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water 
You can buy tickets on line or at the Sports Centre reception (ask for Metafit/Core on Friday) 
Tickets are £3.50.
It's fine if you cannot attend the whole session, the most important part is the Interval and Core Training from 4.00-5.00, try and make that part if nothing else.

Polo NewsPolo Leam Trip (week 20)Posted By: Stockton On: Thu 11th Feb, 2016 12:30pm
PolLeam Trip (week 20)

This week we ran Core Training instead of the normal Leam Tip due to a van booking error.
Next weeks Leam Trip (week 20), will be going ahead assuming we can get a van booked, failing that we'll run a Core Training session.

Sign ups are open: link

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 17th February 

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)
Also we'll be charging £2 each for the van hire. 

As well as the normal help loading then van up before we leave it would be great to have help unloading the van after it has returned to campus.
Where possible please make yourself available to help unload the van after trips.  

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 EY Cryptic Campus Competition Posted By: Thom On: Wed 10th Feb, 2016 9:15pm
EY Cryptic Campus Competition 

EY are running a competition which by winning could win one of the clubs a large amount of money!

Register with your uni email and pick one of the clubs for your points to count towards!! 

Have a go but do it quickly because the competition ends soon! 

If you get stuck check this out: 
I've completed it and and got all the answers for you! How nice of me!

Go do it! Win us money which I'm sure you will appreciate in the future!

Polo NewsPolo Core Training (week 19)Posted By: Stockton On: Mon 8th Feb, 2016 2:24pm
Polo Core Training (week 19)

Unfortunately there has been a cock up with the van booking so we are running a alternative training session in the Sports Centre from 2.00.
Sign up so we can get an idea of numbers: link  

We'll be starting with 30min of ball throwing to get us warmed up, this will be followed by a 30min of interval training and then 30min of core training.
After this we'll have 30min of swimming to cool down, followed by 15min in the sauna.  

When- 2.00pm Wednesday 10th February 

Where- Meet at the sports centre in you gym kit (or get there early and get changed)

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Trainers
  • Shorts/trackies
  • T-shirt
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water 
We'll each need to buy a £3.50 ticket from the Sports Centre on Tuesday night to cover the instructor for the interval and core training.
Sauna is male only form 2.00pm not sure how strictly that is regulated but it could be a lads only affair :/

 Pub Golf!Posted By: Jefff On: Fri 5th Feb, 2016 12:05pm
Hype hype hype hype hype

Next Friday (12 Feb) is PUB GOLF! This is an intense night of drinking and merriment: you have 9 drinks from 9 different pubs which you have to drink in as few sips as possible (like golf, hence the name...)

Don't worry if you are not as hardcore as those in the club with a crippling alcohol dependency (who will remain unnamed). There will be different courses to match your intended level of drinking.

The costume theme is history:
  • 1st years: Tudors/ any middle ages ish England thing - I don't care
  • 2nd years: Vikings
  • 3rd/4th/Stockton/Hadyn: Greeks/Romans
  • Postgrads/Old Gits: Cavemen
We will be meeting at 18.30 in The Duck for dinner or 19.30 for the start of the course. Remember to bring a pen/your preferred writing implement so you can mark your scorecard (which will be provided).

Love Jeff and Alan
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 Lakes TripPosted By: Sam On: Sat 30th Jan, 2016 7:09pm

Good news! On the weekend of week 4 (5th-7th Feb) we shall be heading for some awesome paddling in the Lake District. 

Whilst intended as more of an intermediate trip, we will very much tailor it to the group coming (i.e. if you fancy it and have been on a trip before then please sign up!). It will cost £35 for all your transport, accommodation and kit hire. You will need to bring a sleeping bag and roll mat as well as warm clothes [not cotton!] for on the river and shoes you don't mind getting wet. 

As if that wasn't enough of a reason to come, we have also arranged to have a coach to run some 3* assessments. (Syllabus: link ) If you would like to do your 3* then this will incurr an additional cost (to be confirmed, probably about £15/£20) and you will need to sign up separately.

As per usual, if you sign up and then can't make it then, if we cannot fill your place, you will unfortunately still have to pay.

Sign ups for the trip will open at 14:30 on Monday 1st Feb, sign ups for 3* assessments will open at 14:45 on Monday 1st Feb.


Canoe NewsPolo Leam Trip (Week 18)Posted By: Stockton On: Thu 28th Jan, 2016 6:29pm
PolLeam Trip (week 18)

We are straight back to Leam training next week.
This weeks session ran smoothly as the van turned up :)

Sign ups are open, it would be great so see some new faces there.
Don't worry, we'll be back in time for circling and Pop.      

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 3rd February 

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)

As well as the normal help loading then van up before we leave it would be great to have help unloading the van after it has returned to campus.
Where possible please make yourself available to help unload the van after trips.  


 First aid coursePosted By: Ollie On: Fri 22nd Jan, 2016 2:35pm
First Aid Course

Hi all, would anyone be interested in doing an REC First aid course on the 27th/28th February. This is a great opportunity to learn valuable first aid skills which could be vital on a river trip. It's a very worthwhile weekend and will make you extremely useful on future canoe trips. more details can be found here link unfortunately this weekend does class with a Div3 regional polo event and a Warwick B's and ladies tournament and you would be unable to do both. Also the price stated in the website is £120 but as this course is run by Leam boat centre we will be able to subsidise this a bit. Very limited spaces available and we need to know if you're interested asap so if you are please comment below or email me on .

Polo NewsPolo Leam Trip (Week 17)Posted By: Stockton On: Fri 22nd Jan, 2016 1:55pm
Polo Leam Trip (week 17)

Sorry about the fiasco with Leam Training this week, the van was booked and confirmed but never arrived...
Anyway, to the task in hand; we will be heading down to the Leam for a couple of hours of hard core paddling.

Lets see some really improvement in club fitness this term, we need to be fighting fit for the Cardiff and BUCS tournaments.
Fingers crossed BUCS get's it's act together so all our players are eligible to play for their respective teams.      

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 20th January

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them

We will (hopefully) have cags for you to borrow.
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)


Polo NewsRash VestsPosted By: Ollie On: Fri 22nd Jan, 2016 1:45pm
Exciting news everyone. Polo rash vests have arrived and the payment link is now live. Once you've paid for your rash vest you'll be able to collect it from Jennie smile emoticon They look awesome so you'll want to collect them quickly! link
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 Socials weeks 2-5Posted By: Jefff On: Mon 18th Jan, 2016 11:00am


We have loads of awesome socials coming up this term! For those of you who are feeling organised, here's a list of socials for the first half of term:

Week 2 (Thur 21 Jan): Barcrawl Thing

  • We will work our way down the parade towards Kelseys, doing lots of challenges along the way!
  • Meet at the Duke at 20.00

Week 3 (Thur 28 Jan): Laser Quest

  • 3 games of bullying small children for only £6
  • Meet at the campus bus stop at 18.00, Harvester at 18.45, and Cov Laser Quest at 20.00

Week 4 (Wed 3 Feb): POP!

  • BUY YOUR CIRCLING TICKETS NOW!! (and get your week 9 ones while you're at it)
  • Theme is Children's TV
  • Copper Rooms at 19.00 - lateness is a punishable offence (unless Jeff is the one who is late)

Week 5 (Fri 12 Feb): Pub Golf

  • 9 Pubs, 9 Drinks, 9% chance of alcohol-induced death
  • Theme is history: 
  • 1st years: Tudors
  • 2nd years: Vikings
  • 3rd+4th years: Greeks/Romans
  • Postgrads/Old gits: Cavemen
  • Time TBC

We will post more closer to the time but the important thing is to get your POP circling tickets for 3 Feb and 9 Mar and to sign up for laser quest ASAP!

Love Jeff and Alan


 SwimmingPosted By: Thom On: Sun 17th Jan, 2016 5:11pm

Swim training as mentioned on facebook last week shall begin this week for those interested! 

Times for this week (18th-24th) are: Monday 3.15 - 4.30 ; and Thursday 2-3 (No wednesday because of Leam training).

All you will need is to turn up at the pool with costumes. You can bring goggles or other paraphernalia if you wish!

I have compiled my own training list as well as accepting several sets from the Surf Club!
These range in difficulty! Mine are somewhat more gentle, for people who wish to maintain a certain level of fitness, while the others look at muscle building and improving fitness!

All levels of swimming are welcome due to the range in sets! We can talk about what type of training people want to do when we're there, as well as organising ourselves into lanes!

So grab your goggles and I'll see you there!

p.s. due to monday times you can leave kit in the sports centre for canoe in the evening! And on thursday canoe is right afterwards anyway!

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 Lazer Quest!!Posted By: Jefff On: Fri 15th Jan, 2016 1:33pm

On Thursday Week 3 (28th Jan) we will be heading up to Cov for LASER QUEST!

For only £6 (+ a bus ticket) you will get 3 action-packed games of shooting small children/ grumpy old canoe folk. Make sure you bring your student ID!

We will also be eating at a nearby Harvester beforehand (and probably going the pub afterwards...)

Interested? Signups are up now! You have until TUESDAY 19th MIDDAY. This is because I need to confirm numbers with them. At this point you will have to commit to paying your £6 (shock! horror!) unless you can find someone else to replace you. 

Date: Thursday 28 Jan
Times: 6.00 @ campus bus stop, 6.45 @ cov skydome harvester, 8.00 @ cov lazer quest
Cost: £6 + bus ticket (+ food/booze)

P.S. Don't worry! There is a social next week - spam coming this weekend.

 Polo Leam Trip (week 16)Posted By: Stockton On: Wed 13th Jan, 2016 12:25pm
Polo Leam Trip (week 16)

Once again we will be heading down to the Leam for a couple of hours of hard core paddling.
Hopefully we'll see some really improvement in club fitness this term with the Cardiff and BUCS tournaments at the end of term to look forward to.  

When- 1.00pm Wednesday 20th January

Where- Meet at the sports centre

Why?- Work Hard = Play Hard

Kit list
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Water
  • Water shoes (flipflops, crocs etc)
  • Coat
  • Thermal layers if you have them

We will (fingers crossed) have cags for you to borrow.
The trip will cost you £3.70 (return bus ticket to Leam)

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 UMM CURRYPosted By: Alan On: Mon 11th Jan, 2016 1:12pm
Welcome back everyone hope you are all working hard! Our social this week is just a causal catch up curry at Ali's Golden Cuisine at 7 pm, Thursday 14th, followed of course by Kelseys :)

 Scotland Tour 2016Posted By: Chris On: Thu 7th Jan, 2016 8:22pm

Legends speak of a tour, a Scotland tour. A tour that'll take place Sunday 20th to Monday the 28th of March (week 10/11/12). A tour costing between £200 and £250, including accommodation, transport, kit, a group meal and more!  A tour so formidable, we ask that you've been on a club trip beforehand (theres three happening this term if you haven't had the chance yet, details to follow). A tour that sprawls over two bunkhouses, first near Nethy Bridge, then on to Fort William. Also theres usually loads of kayaking and drinking (including kegs of Ale at the first bunkhouse!) and stuff and it's lots of fun.

This really is a once in a year opportunity, and you'll get the chance to paddle some of Scotland's most popular rivers, so save the dates, start budgeting, get excited, go on trips this term, and listen out for the sign ups early February. Let me know if you've any questions.

I hope you've all had nice breaks, see you soon!



 POP and Skool Dayz datesPosted By: Jefff On: Mon 4th Jan, 2016 5:08pm
POP and Skool Dayz

NINJA EDIT: due to brilliant social organisation, i have just discovered Skool Dayz clashes with NSR so we will do a different social instead. Apologies to anyone who has already bought a ticket!

Hope you all had a fun and unproductive Christmas!
SU event tickets are now on sale so, for the organised ones, here are the tickets you need to get:

3 Feb (Week 4): POP - remember you want canoe circling tickets
9 Mar (Week 9): POP - circling again

More details will come closer to the time but you will want to get these ASAP before they sell out!

Jeff + Alan

Polo NewsRules for Kit BorrowingPosted By: Charlie On: Sat 21st Nov, 2015 5:55pm

You must inform the kit sec, or failing that the president, before taking club kit.  You must identify the kit you are taking, when you are taking it and when it will be returned. Inform the exec before you take it.

The cost for training is £2.50 per boat and relevant kit and £5.00 for tournaments. This will go towards maintaining the boat.

You must clean the boat and kit if you have been to an outside event, and return it safely and in the same condition as when you borrowed it.

If you already have kit out, you may not remove any more kit from the pool. You may only borrow one boat and set of kit at a time.

The above conditions are in force from now on.


Polo NewsNational and Regional teams 2015-2016Posted By: James Stockton On: Wed 19th Aug, 2015 7:47pm
National League Div 3 Open
James Stockton  
Madi McDonald   
James Anderson   
Jevon Adams          
Matt Clough
Ross (mercenary)
Reserves- Charlie, Rob and Olli

National League Div 2 Ladies- Playing with Cherwell Ladies
Emma Beaney         
Jennifer Stanford    
Lauren Gaines         
Regional league- Team 1
Tom Jin

Regional League- Team 2
Hayden Parker   
Mark H
Robert Howells    


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