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The Tom Hoad Cup was an annual four-day international
water polo Water polo is a competitive sport, competitive team sport played in water between two teams of 7 players each. The game consists of four quarters in which the two teams attempt to score goals by throwing the water polo ball, ball into the opposi ...
event, staged in
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from 2003 to 2012. The event is named for Tom Hoad, a former coach and long-time player for the Australia national water polo team and senior administrator in the International Swimming Federation, international governing body (FINA). The event is hosted by the Melville Water Polo Club and the competition is played at Bicton Pool.


Results

; 2011. * Gold : Partizan Belgrade, Serbia * Silver : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Bronze : Barbarians, Australia * 4th Place : Japan * 5th Place : China ; 2010. * Gold : Szeged VE, Hungary * Silver : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Bronze : Guangdong, China * 4th Place : Japan * 5th Place : Barbarians, Australia ; 2009. * Gold : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Silver : Barbarians, Australia * Bronze : Vasas Sport Club, Hungary * 4th Place : China * 5th Place : Japan ; 2008. * Gold : Barbarians, Australia * Silver : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Bronze : Guangdong, China * 4th Place : China * 5th Place : Galatasaray, Turkey * 6th Place : Tsukuby University, Japan ; 2007. * Gold : Australian All Stars * Silver : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Bronze : Partizan Belgrade, Serbia * 4th Place : Romania * 5th Place : China ; 2006. * Gold : Partizan Belgrade, Serbia * Silver : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Bronze : Brescia, Italy * 4th Place : China * 5th Place : South Africa * 6th Place : NCS Universities, Japan ; 2005. * Gold : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Silver : BVSC, Hungary * Bronze : Guangdong, China * 4th Place : South Africa ; 2004. * Gold : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Silver : Rari Nantes Florentia, Italy * Bronze : Guangdong, China * 4th Place : Croatian Junior National Team ; 2003. * Gold : Rari Nantes Florentia, Italy * Silver : Fremantle Mariners, Australia * Bronze : Medvescak, Croatia * 4th Place : Athens Combined Team, Greece


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* * {{Water polo in Australia International water polo competitions hosted by Australia Sport in Perth, Western Australia Recurring sporting events established in 2003 2012 disestablishments in Australia 2003 establishments in Australia Recurring sporting events disestablished in 2012