Exeter Water Polo Club continued their charge to the 2015 ASA National Age Group Water Polo Championships Finals with two more victories in last weekend's Boys' U17 Qualification round.
Having come through the Preliminary round as the only team unbeaten, Exeter had few problems holding off 2013 champions City of Manchester in their opening match, establishing an 8-2 lead at half-time before securing a 14-11 victory.
While they were held at 6-6 after two quarters by last year's bronze medallists Watford in their second game, Exeter ultimately proved too strong as the match drew to a close, and they booked their place in April's finals with a 12-9 win.
City of Manchester secured the second qualification spot from the group with a 11-9 win in their decided against Watford on the Sunday.
Invicta and Sedgefield will join them in the finals after securing the top two spots from the other qualification group.
Last year's runners-up Invicta topped the group with two wins while last year's U15 champions Sedgefield held off Solihull 12-10 to finish second.
The Girls' U17 finalists were also in action this weekend, determining their seedings for the Finals weekend.
City of Manchester came out on top, defeating all three rivals with City of Liverpool, Otter and Exeter all winning one match each.
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