Water polo team off to slow start

TEAM Bahamas got off to a slow start at the Central American and Caribbean Championship (CCCAN) water polo competition.

The team suffered a 27-2 loss to Puerto Rico in their opening match of the open men’s category yesterday in Wildey, Barbados.

This is the third time Bahamas Water Polo has participated at the CCCAN level following the 2016 and 2019 editions.

The event all serves as a qualifier for the Central American and Caribbean Games.

The tournament is expected to host 50 matches over the eight days from July 19-26.

The event will feature 20 women’s and 30 men’s games.

In preparation for the CCCAN, the team travelled to St Louis, Missouri to participate in a training camp with Club SLAP.

They also participated in the Wally Lundt Senior Open where they finished with a 4-1 record.


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