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    Argentex Team Dubai win in nail biter over EFG Team Zurich to be crowned 2017 champions!

    Argentex Team Dubai win in nail biter over EFG Team Zurich to be crowned 2017 champions!

    20/06/2017

    Final score 7-6

    Heartbreak for MINT Team London as they fall to Whitley Neill Team Cape Town

    Heartbreak for MINT Team London as they fall to Whitley Neill Team Cape Town

    11/06/2017

    Final score 5-1

    Mauritius Team Port Louis take home third place in win against Air Europa Team Buenos Aries!

    Mauritius Team Port Louis take home third place in win against Air Europa Team Buenos Aries!

    11/06/2017

    Final score 5-2

    Argentex Team Dubai claim the last victory of the day against Mauritius Team Port Louis

    Argentex Team Dubai claim the last victory of the day against Mauritius Team Port Louis

    10/06/2017

    Final score 6-1

    EFG Team Zurich grind out the win against MINT Team London

    EFG Team Zurich grind out the win against MINT Team London

    10/06/2017

    Whitely Neill Team Cape Town beat Air Europa Team Buenos Aries to open Saturday's play!

    Whitely Neill Team Cape Town beat Air Europa Team Buenos Aries to open Saturday's play!

    10/06/2017

    Final score 10-5

    Friday wrap-up

    Friday wrap-up

    10/06/2017

    The day’s action kicked-off with an electric first game, as EFG Team Zurich clinched the victory over Mauritius Team Port Louis. Chris Hyde was the hero in the first two chukkas, scoring an impressive hat-trick to take an early 3-1 lead. Mauritius Team Port Louis entered the third chukka with a new-found energy and following an impressive two goal strike they took the lead, and headed into the fourth and final chukka with a 4-3 lead. Playmaker, Chris Hyde, remained cool and calm under pressure to produce nifty steal and take the scores back to level at four-a-piece. A controversial penalty goal was awarded to Mauritius Team Port Louis with less than two minutes remaining on the clock to take back the lead, but it was short lived as Paco O'Dwyer showed his enviable skills to score a two-goal strike and seal the victory for EFG Team Zurich. Final Score 6-5 to EFG Team Zurich. The second game saw Air Europa Team Buenos Aires take on Argentex Team Dubai. The match got off to an exhilarating start as Juan Cruz Guevara led his team to a mammoth 4-0 lead, scoring two two-point goals almost consecutively. Soon into the second chukka an immense display of teamwork allowed George Spencer-Churchill to hit a clean shot at goal, scoring the third two-pointer of the game taking it to 4-2. This was followed by another soon after, to draw level at the end of the second chukka. Entering the second-half of the match, Juan Cruz Guevara stormed past his opponents to hook the ball under the neck of the horse, scoring a textbook goal, taking Air Europa Team Buenos Aires to a short-term lead. Responding to this, Argentex Team Dubai entered the fourth and final chukka with sheer determination to battle back and take the victory 9-7. There was a controversial start to the home side's match as MINT Team London were penalised in the opening sequence resulting with a two-goal penalty awarded to Whitley Neill Team Cape Town, which was pushed over the line by Oscar Mancini to give them the early advantage. Home favourite, George Meyrick, responded in style showcasing unbelievable skill as he volleyed the ball down the pitch to get the first points on the score board for MINT Team London. Despite Whitley Neill Team Cape Town taking the early lead, MINT Team London made their intentions clear from the outset, with Malcolm Borwick parading his much-vaunted power and tenacity to take MINT Team London into a clear lead before the end of the second chukka. MINT Team London continued their form in the final two chukkas to claim a clear victory with a final score of 7-4.

    ICM Captial Team England take the International win

    ICM Captial Team England take the International win

    10/06/2017

    Renowned for its world-class polo in the heart of the city, the highlight of the opening day of Chestertons Polo in the Park was undoubtedly the International match. History was made as Champions Polo League India strode onto to the hallowed turf for the first time in over 70 years, led by HH Maharaja Padmanabh Singh. ICM Capital Team England also re-wrote history as Hazel Jackson became the first-ever female to play at Chestertons Polo in the Park.  Hoping to improve on their previous results, ICM Capital Team England were the first to reach the score board with a short strike from Jack Richardson, in a scintillating opening chukka. The lead was short-lived as HH Maharaja Padmanabh Singh proved why he is one of the best, not only showing strength in defence but also setting up a breathtaking goal for his teammate, Dhruv Pal Godara to widen the gap for his team giving them a lead that looked as though it would not be relinquished. Jack Richardson tried his hardest to cut the deficit in the third quarter but HH Maharaja Padmanabh Singh’s team were too strong and a stunning goal from Simran Singh Shergill extended the lead to 6-3. In a nail-biting final chukka, noise erupted from the stands as ICM Capital Team England's Nacho Gonzalez struck a two-pointer to level the scores. The clock ticked down, with pressure on both sides, neither wanting to go home empty handed. In the final moments, it was the first ever lady player to compete at Chestertons Polo in the Park, Hazel Jackson, who sealed the victory for ICM Capital Team England, much to the delight of the packed grandstand. For the first time since the International match's inception in 2015, ICM Capital Team England lifted the much-heralded Olympic Trophy.

    ICM Capital Team England snatch victory in final seconds against Champions Polo League India

    ICM Capital Team England snatch victory in final seconds against Champions Polo League India

    09/06/2017

    Final score 7-6

    Hometown Mint Team London victorious over Whitley Neill Team Cape Town

    Hometown Mint Team London victorious over Whitley Neill Team Cape Town

    09/06/2017

    Final score 7-4

    Argentex Team Dubai edge past Air Europa Buenos Aires in the second game of the day!

    Argentex Team Dubai edge past Air Europa Buenos Aires in the second game of the day!

    09/06/2017

    Final score 9-7

    EFG Team Zurich defeat Mauritius Team Port Louis in opening match!

    EFG Team Zurich defeat Mauritius Team Port Louis in opening match!

    09/06/2017

    Final score 6-5

    The sun is shining

    The sun is shining

    07/06/2017

    The forecast is looking good for the weekend.

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