Flippa Ball Arrives at MSAC

22nd January 2016

Water Polo Victoria, in partnership with Melbourne Sports Hub, are excited to offer the opportunity for children aged between 8 and 12 (born 2004 to 2008) the chance to get active and learn about Flippa Ball! 

Flippa Ball is a modified version of water polo which introduces children to key aspects of the sport in a safe and fun environment. The program is tailored to children of all swimming abilities and will be on offer for only 4 sessions during Term 1 2016. Places are limited so get in quick to secure your child's spot in one or multiple sessions on offer!

Session details are shown below:

WHERE: Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, Albert Park

WHEN: Sessions are available from 1:30-2:30pm on the following Sundays;

  • 7th February
  • 14th February
  • 21st February
  • 6th March

COST: $15 per child, per session 
(Children can register for multiple sessions)

WHO: Flippa Ball is targeted for all children aged from 8 to 12 years (Born 2004 to 2008 inclusive)

CAPACITY: Each session will have a limited capacity so please ensure you register quickly to secure your child’s place in the activities.

Please note: If your child falls outside of the eligible age bracket please contact WPV to find out what opportunities may be available for them.

To register for Flippa Ball at MSAC, head to the event page on the WPV website or CLICK HERE to be taken directly to the registration form!

If you have any questions or would like more information on Flippa Ball please contact the WPV office on info@vicwaterpolo.com.au


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