A combination of teamwork and composure helped Tudor House claim victory in the under-12s grand final of the Southern Highlands Water Polo competition.
After progressing to the decider undefeated, Tudor House scored a 4-0 win over the Megladons to wrap up a wonderful season.
Penny Coleman, who coaches the team alongside David Petrola, said the boys showed patience and determination, with three of the four goals coming in the final quarter.
“They showed the typical Tudor spirit of not giving up,” she said.
“We had a lot of Tudor students and parents come so we had a cheer squad, which was really good. But the boys stayed focused. They just took it in their stride.”
James Parry-Okeden scored the opener in the first quarter as well as the crucial second goal, which gave the team added confidence. After he landed a third, it was Max Manka who put the icing on the cake. Goalkeeper Phoenix Sparke was unbeatable in front of the net.