Rhys Holden is the buildup to make it to the Pescara Water Polo. The Australian, winger, 25, represents the gift that the new company led by Stefania Scolta and Vittorio Giamarinaro wanted to give to the team, in an effort to achieve salvation in the A2 series championship. In the summer he played the Water Polo World Cup with the Australian national team and now aims directly at the 2024 Paris Olympics. To get to them, he decided to marry the blue and white issue, in his first European experience. Tomorrow afternoon at 17.30 he will be in the pool at Palapalano against Civitavecchia, to help the team, led by coach Franco Di Fulvio, in search of its first victory of the season.
“I am very happy to be here,” he said on the eve of his first official engagement with the Dauphine. “I’ve been training with this group for a few weeks. In recent days, my federation visa has arrived and I can finally get into the pool.” Then he continues: “I am confident that the team is growing. We played the first two matches to the end, and now it’s time to score points. My goals? The arrival of the young Australian offers an important alternative for coach Di Fulvio, who has decided to add him immediately to the group of 13 to join the pool to face Civitavecchia.
This is the call list:
Moretti, Mancini, Cipriani, Di Fulvio, Di Luca, Cerasoli, Giordano, Holden, Micheletti, De Vincentis, Peliconi, Ercolani, Castagna.
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