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Welcome to the NCWPL website!

The Ottawa Titans Water Polo Club is proud to announce the beginning of the 2012-2013 season of the NCWPL and another year of exciting water polo in the Nation's Capital!

As with previous years, don't forget to check out the calendar for your next game and the results page for the latest results! Also, we are always looking for photos or videos of the league games. If you have any, don't hesitate to contact the
webmaster to have them published on the web!

In order to have an efficient league night, here
are some useful checklists that the hosting team`s volunteers can use to make sure everything runs smoothly and here is the score sheet.


We invite everyone to come and watch this year’s NCWPL final games at the Nepean Sportsplex, on Wednesday March 27th. The Bronze medal game will be played at 8:15pm between the Titans Senior BC 1 team and the University of Ottawa Gee Gees team. The Gold medal game is expected to start around 9pm and will see the Titans 2 team compete against Team United.

This year marks the 5th iteration of the NCWPL and the Titans have decided to name the NCWPL Trophy given to the winning team the “Memorial Gordon Van Tol – Dinger” trophy in honor of a former Titans coach and player.

As a junior water polo player in British Columbia, Kitimat-born Gordon Van Tol earned the nickname Dinger for his sharp shooting skills. Gord represented Canada as a member of the Canadian National Water Polo team at the 1984 Summer Olympics games. 

During his international water polo career, he also won a bronze medal at the 1983 Pan Am Games, was sixth at the 1983 World University Games, and 14th at the 1982 World Championships. His involvement with the Titans goes way back to when he used his goal-scoring ability to help the Titans finish fourth at the 1987 Canadian Senior Men's A championship where was named to the all-star team. Gord volunteered to assist the Ottawa Titans Water Polo Club as a specialty coach from 2003 to 2007, gave motivational talks to our young players, helped those with national team aspirations and worked at our summer camps. Gord was also assistant coach for the Titans at the junior Nationals in 2007.

Gord passed away suddenly on January 11th, 2010. He is survived by his wife Michelle and two daughters. Please come to the finals and help us honour our fallen hero.

Playoff Finals:

Wednesday March 27th, 2013
Nepean Sportsplex

Bronze: 8:15pm: GeeGees vs. Senior BC 1
Gold: 9:00pm: Titans 2 vs. Ottawa United

Top Scorers

Corbin Tremblay
Euan Scoffield Titans 2
Duncan Kennedy
Titans 1
Andrew Diperna
Ottawa United
Jerry Tesanovic
Senior BC 1

Full list of scorers

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