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Competitions

The British Octopush Association aims to: -
  • Include underwater hockey competitions for all members, at all levels.
  • Provide a competitive national structure.
  • Make and enforce the rules and regulations
It’s objectives are: -
  • Governance of all Underwater Hockey competitions.
  • Local, regional and national competitions run on an annual basis. 
  • Tournaments increasingly inclusive across the range of players representative of the membership.
Major competitions take place at Ponds Forge Olympic Pool. Where necessary, teams are seeded according to their finishing place in the last competition. Both open and ladies teams play at many of these underwater hockey competitions. 
 
 
 
These are run from April to June each year and feature teams from Plymouth to the Orkney Islands. There are preliminaries, qualifiers & finals run on separate weekends.
 
 
This another national level competition which attracts teams from all over GB. The number of divisions depends upon the number of underwater hockey teams that enter, but is usually at least 5.
 

These are run from April to June each year and feature teams from Plymouth to the Orkney Islands. There are preliminaries, qualifiers & finals run on separate weekends

 

 
These are split into Under-13’s and Under-16’s. Age limits are based on age on September 1st, and therefore follows the school year.

 

 
This features University teams and is hosted by a different university each year. 
 
 
Competitions are run locally by many underwater hockey clubs and attract teams in many categories.
 
Some dates for your diary:
   
  2012
2013
2014
2015
Ladies Nationals
Event has passed
23rd March TBC TBC
Qualifiers
Event has passed
20th/21st April
TBC
TBC
Finals
Event has passed
29th June
28th June
27th June
Nautilus
10th/11th November
2nd/3rd November
8th/9th November
7th/8th November
 
 
For further details please see the underwater hockey events section, or contact the organiser
via the 'Events Page' or the Competitions Manager
 

 

Updated by Matthew Nunn on 08/09/13