IWP National League Womens Division 1 2016-17
|Cathal Brugha #||10||5||0||5||85||71||15|
IWP National League Womens Division 1 2017-18
|St. Vincent’s B||14||14||0||0||235||61||42|
|St. Vincent’s A||14||4||0||10||114||153||12|
|Cathal Brugha #||13||4||2||7||93||93||10|
|Diamonds B #||13||0||0||13||33||219||-4|
Points System: 3 Pts Win / 1 Pt Draw / 0 Pts Loss / -4 Pts Forfeit #
Tie-Breaker: head-to-head aggregate score over two matches.
Water Polo was invented in Scotland in the late 19th Century and has been played in Ireland since the early 20th Century. Its’ heydey was in the 1960s when Ireland Qualified for the European Championships.
St. Vincent’s of Glasnevin, Dublin, have been the dominant team in Irish Women’s Water Polo for the last three years, winning all their league matches every year.
 Ireland Water Polo (2017) National League Tables 2016/17 [Internet] Available from http://www.waterpolo.ie/national-league-tables.html [Accessed 18 April 2017]
 Ireland Water Polo – Wayback Machine (2015) National League Tables 2017/18 [Internet] Availabble from: http://web.archive.org/web/20180918095423/http://www.waterpolo.ie/national-league-tables-2017-18.html [Accessed 18 September 2018]
 Ireland Water Polo (2014) Ireland Water Polo Logo [Internet] Availabble from: https://irelandwaterpolo.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/ireland-water-polo.png [Accessed 21 February 2017]
Thanks to Caoimhe Mullaney.
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