Adam Scholefield

The vice-captain of the Great Britain team, centre forward Adam Scholefield has spent the last two seasons playing professionally in Hungary.Formerly of Rotherham Metro, Scholefield began playing water polo on his tenth birthday. He is studying for a PhD in...

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Alexander Parsonage

Alex Parsonage has represented Great Britain since under-16 level and competed at the under-16 and under-18 European Championships as well as the World Junior Championships.He competed at the Commonwealth Championships in 2006 and played professionally for ...

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Alexandra Rutlidge

Alexandra Rutlidge is another who can play at centre back or right wing and she was part of the Great Britain side that won European B Championship gold in 2009.Rutlidge took up water polo because her dad used to play while she has a degree in criminology a...

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Angela Winstanley-Smith

From 2005 to 2010, WinstanleySmith spent five years playing in the French National League before returning to the UK to play for City of Manchester.Winstanley-Smith captained Great Britain at the World University Games in China last year and has been playin...

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Chloe Wilcox

  Chloe Wilcox made her Great Britain debut in 2004 and scored her first goal at a Four Nations tournament in Lille where she was also named player of the tournament by her teammates.A part-time PE teacher at Manchester High ...

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Ciara Gibson-Byrne

Ciara Gibson-Byrne is the youngest member of the women’s squad for London 2012 and youngest British water polo player at the Games.Gibson-Byrne began her career in Spain and was voted the best under-16 player in the country before relocating to Manche...

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Ciaran James

Ciaran James is the youngest member of the men’s team for London 2012 and he made his first senior appearance for Great Britain in 2009 in Slovenia.Formerly the captain of the junior side, James was named most valuable player at an international tourn...

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Craig Figes

Aquatic sports run in the family for Great Britain captain Craig Figes, whose grandmother was a swimming world record holder and whose mother swam at the 1966 Commonwealth Games.Figes, a former geography teacher at Manchester Grammar School, won Commonwealt...

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Edward Scott

Ed Scott first represented Great Britain aged 15 as part of the under-18 squad. He was the youngest member of the England team at the 2006 Commonwealth Championships in Perth.He first played water polo at Bolton School and will return to the University of L...

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Fiona McCann

Nicknamed ‘Butcher’, Fiona McCann has been a mainstay of the Great Britain team since making her senior international debut in 2006.She has a BSc in sports science and an MSc in marketing communications and loves to cook.

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