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BOA National Final 2022 : 20th title for Southsea !

Published on 13 June 2022

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Three years after the last national championships, the teams returned to the Ponds Forge Aquatic Centre in Sheffield on 11-12 June. Already winners of the Nautilus and British Open League, Southsea completed the hat-trick and retained their title.

Southsea have dominated British underwater hockey since 2014. The lack of a national championship for three years has not changed anything and the hegemony of the first club in the world continues. Matt Willis, second top scorer in the Trophy League with 11 goals, and his teammates played the perfect competition with nothing but wins. The finalist squads were the same as in the British Open League, with the experienced Southsea taking on the rising club, Yorkshire, who played in their first championship final ever. Again, it was a close game but like Leeds, it was Southsea who came out on top (3-2). Yorkshire captain Tom Pitchforth picked up his second national championship silver medal of the season after the one he won with Dinan (France). Team South West (TSW) finished third by beating Southport in the small final.

Final standings :

1- Southsea

2- Yorkshire

3- TSW

4- Southport

5- West London

6- West Wickham

7- Manchester

8- Dunstable

9- Pembroke

In the Plate category, the Plymouth team won the competition ahead of the B teams of Southsea and Yorkshire. One of its players, Tyreese Norville, was also the top scorer in all categories with 16 goals.

Final standings :

1- Plymouth

2- Southsea B

3- Yorkshire B

4- TSW B

5- Manchester B

6- St Albans

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