Autumn 2014 - Entries Open

By: icklepaddler On: 19-08-2014

The DCPL Autumn 2014 season will commence on Friday 5th September at 7.15pm. League nights will start at 7.15pm and finish at 11.15pm. We do not know how long the season will run yet we as we will be reviewing the format of the league once all teams have entered. This will not be verified until all entries are in and format has been decided.

Teams must be entered on the website no later than the closing date for entries of Friday 29th August 2014 to allow time for scheduling match nights. We would urge teams to enter ASAP as entries are on a first come first serve basis. We have tried to accommodate all teams in the current season but this may not be sustainable and teams may be refused so get your entries in ASAP.

The team entry fee is €250 and the entry fee must be fully paid by the 5th September. Teams not paid by this date will not be accepted into the league. The League timetable will be posted by the 2nd September 2014.

You must first log in to the DCPL website and then click this link to enter your team -

Payment method is by way of bank transfer only.
You can lodge cheques to this account also but please ensure your team name is used as reference.

Dublin Canoe Polo League 
Sort Code: 98-50-10 
Account Number: 14247183
Amount: €250
Bank: Ulster Bank

When transferring entry fee, please use your team name as reference so your entry can be verified/ validated.

Each player must have an up to date valid Canoeing Ireland number registered on the website by the 2nd September.  This will be verified and if players are found to not be registered with the Canoeing Ireland, they will not be allowed play AND will forfeit their game for the team too.

If you have any questions, please email


DCPL Committee

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