Ireland Water Polo Host Four Nations Championships

Ireland Water Polo are hosting the Water Polo Home Nations Tournament (Ireland, England, Scotland & Wales), this coming weekend (Friday 19th– Sunday 21st May 2023 inclusive) at the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre (NAC), Dublin.

Match Schedule is now available with Team Ireland represented as follows:

Men: Eoin Bridgeman (St. Vincents), Adam Caulfied (Corrib), Max Connolly (Sandyford), Cillian Colvin (St. Vincents), Eoin Doyle (Sandycove), Adrian Hanna (Cathal Brugha), Matthew Hynes (St. Vincents), Conor Johnston (St. Vincents), Stiofan McMahon (Cathal Brugha), Mark Moran (Corrib), Aidan Mullaney (Drogheda), Shane O’Brien (St. Vincents), James Reid (North Dublin), Ciaran Walsh (Corrib), Tiarnan Colvin (St. Vincents)

Women: Mairead Baker (St. Vincents), Cliona Colvin (St. Vincents), Roisin Cunningham Smyth (Tribes), Christine Farrelly (Drogheda), Gillian Farrelly (Drogheda), Ciara Franke (St. Vincents), Aoife Hennessy (St. Vincents), Kate Hynes (St. Vincents), Robyn Joyce (Drogheda), Maria McGuigan (Cathal Brugha), Sophie Moran (Tribes), Cara O’Kane (Cathal Brugha), Eva Ramsey (Cathal Brugha), Hannah Taylor (Cathal Brugha), Amelia Urry (Drogheda).

This weekend will see the first time the Home Nations has been held in Dublin and it is the first International Water Polo Tournament held in Ireland in ten years. The event was hosted in Coventry in the UK in 2022, following the re-establishment of the Men’s Home Nations competition. This year, Dublin will see the Women’s Tournament being added to the schedule for the first time in a number of years.

Entry to the venue for supporters is FREE, with every game live streamed through our partners HBV on InPlayer (€5 day 1/€15 day 2/€10 day 3 or €18 all games).