Minor fouls are when one player prevents another from getting to the ball.
water polo is in the water and pollo uses horses and is on land water polo is in the water and polo is on land and it involves horses.
Most fouls revolve around the safety of horse and rider. The rules revolve around protecting the "line of the ball" and the "right of way". Hope this helps! Lauren
A previous answer stated: "No, water polo is not a contact sport because the ball i heavy and u cannot contact the opponent" It's just wrong... in so many ways. Water polo is very much so a contact sport, broken bones and sprains are very common as are fouls. There is even a rule that has been created so that minor fouls result in a free throw during which the player cannot shoot at the goal unless beyond the "5 meter" line, otherwise it would be very unfair to the defending team.
Major King or Queen is the player who records the highest number of major fouls, usually during a season or a tournament. A major foul is one which you are sent off for a limited period for, you can have 3 major fouls in a match before you are excluded permanently
They don't have Chukas. They play four quarters. 7 or 8 mins each, with a stopping clock for fouls etc. So a game can typically last about an hour.
Water polo in Spanish is: polo acuático. Yo juego al polo acuático.
Water Polo Arena
Water Polo is so named because of its likeness to normal polo and the fact that it is played in water. In reality, it is more similar to Rugby but "water rugby" doesn't have quite the same ring to it.
The singular form of fouls is fouls.
those two sports are totally different the polo is the land sport and water polo is a water sport :D
Australian Water Polo was created in 1982.