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Kilcock Canoe Polo – News, Events & Classes

Aussie blow-in Heidi moved to Kilcock about 10 years or more ago and started OurKilcock.ie soon after. She's been maintaining it rather sporadically since - with the help of some lovely writers now and again. She makes websites for a living.
Kilcock Canoe Polo – News, Events & Classes Posted on August 26, 2009
Aussie blow-in Heidi moved to Kilcock about 10 years or more ago and started OurKilcock.ie soon after. She's been maintaining it rather sporadically since - with the help of some lovely writers now and again. She makes websites for a living.

Kilcock Canoe Polo are Irish Club Champions for fourth time in a row. Big congratulations!! This year the competition was held in Athy, Co. Kildare and all the Kilcock teams that attended had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Please visit the website for more details: http://www.kilcockcanoepoloclub.com/www/node/143

KCPC Demons Team won Div 1
KCPC Demons Team won Div 1
KCPC Devils Team came 4th Div 1
KCPC Devils Team came 4th Div 1
KCPC Iblis Team came 2nd Div 3
KCPC Iblis Team came 2nd Div 3

Junior Competition – this Sunday

There will be a Junior Competition this Sunday 30th Aug from 10am – 4.30pm for under 16s and under 13s. Come along and check out the action! For more information please visit the website: http://www.kilcockcanoepoloclub.com/www/node/145

Canoe Polo Adult Beginner Course

Starting Wednesday the 16th of September Kilcock Canoe Polo will be running a Canoe Polo Adult Beginner Course.
Classes will continue for 5 weeks. They consist of 3 X 2hour sessions and 2 X 3hours (total 12hours). They cost €80 and equipment will be provided. If you are interested please contact The Secretary, Gillian Devlin 087-6390473 or via the Kilcock Canoe Polo website and register your interest.

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Aussie blow-in Heidi moved to Kilcock about 10 years or more ago and started OurKilcock.ie soon after. She's been maintaining it rather sporadically since - with the help of some lovely writers now and again. She makes websites for a living.