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The San Clemente Tritons Water Polo Club’s girls 16U and boys 14U teams pose for a photo while training in Croatia. Photo: Courtesy
The San Clemente Tritons Water Polo Club’s girls 16U and boys 14U teams pose for a photo while training in Croatia. Photo: Courtesy

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Water Polo

The San Clemente Tritons Water Polo Club recently returned from a trip to Split, Croatia, where they competed and trained alongside other local youth water polo clubs.

The club’s girls 16U and boys 14U teams would practice in the morning, play scrimmages in the afternoon and get to tour local towns at night, according to a press release. In all, the Tritons Water Polo Club played 10 matches against Croatian teams.

Poker

Fish for Life, a volunteer organization that puts on special events for individuals with special needs, is hosting its annual Texas hold’em poker fundraiser at the Dana Point Yacht Club on Oct. 3.

Fish for Life takes dozens of individuals with special needs on fishing excursions several times each year. Attendees get to enjoy a day on the water and are aided by Dana Wharf fishing crews and volunteers. All proceeds raised at the Texas hold’em event will go directly toward Fish for Life.

All poker night participants will receive a 3/4-day fishing trip pass for Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching. There will be trophies and prizes awarded to the top-5 finishers.

Cost to reserve a seat at a table is $100. General admission for non-poker players is $25.

Several former professional athletes will be in attendance and playing poker, including former NFL quarterback Jim Everett and MLB pitcher Chuck Finley.

For more information or to register, visit www.fishforlife.org.

 

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