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(Last Updated: 19 Sep 1999 )
Goals are scored by propelling the ball through
the goal frame. The ball is a standard water polo ball. The
goal is a 1m x 1.5m rectangle suspended vertically two metres above each
end of the playing area. The method of propelling the ball can be
one of a number of possibilities, although the most common is throwing.
Other options include flicking or pushing the ball with a paddle.
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