Bernadette Doyle, from New Zealand, has achieved a lot in sports and academics. She has competed in various water polo championships, including at the youth, junior, and senior levels, and played professionally in Greece. She has won several national championships in high school and has been involved in other sports such as netball, swimming, and surf life-saving. Additionally, She graduated from Whitecliffe Art University and studied Advanced Creative Media and Animation at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Date of Birth
December 29th, 2000
Born and Raised in New Zealand by Helen and Paul Doyle and is one of five children James, Elizabeth, Sarah & Gabrielle. Competed at five Senior Woman's Water Polo events, two Youth World Championships and one Junior World Championships. First Youth Water Polo Championships in New Zealand 2016 at the age of 15. At the age of 16 competing at first Senior Woman's Water Polo World Championships in Hungary 2017. Still currently an active member of the Senior Woman's program. Recently graduating from Whitecliffe Art University after completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Photo Media Degree. Previously to graduating from Whitecliffe, attended The University of Hawaii at Manoa for 1 year and a half (2 Water Polo Seasons) as a student athlete in the Water Polo studying Advanced Creative Media and Animation. At the University of Hawaii at Manoa was named on the Big West Conference Sporting and academic honors roll 2019 before transferring back to New Zealand during covid. In 2022 / 2023 season played for Rethymno Professional Club in Crete in the Greek Division 1 Water Polo League. In the Greek league she was in the top 10 goal scorers for the season.
In earlier years won three National Water Polo Premiere Championship in High School - two with Westlake Girls High School and Once with St Cuthbert's College. Growing up played Netball for North Harbour Reps for four years, competed internationally for Athletes in the trans Tasman series, broke Auckland records in Swimming and has multiple National Titles and records that still stand for Surf Life Saving.
World Aquatics Championships
2019 • South Korea • 6th Top Goal Scorer
2018 • New Zealand • Youth Woman World Championships v Canada