On Monday, the Argentine Polo Association announced that the Argentine Open, apex of the Argentine Triple Crown, will kick off on Wednesday, with the matches scheduled for last Saturday. But on Tuesday after bad weather conditions again, the kick off was postponed for next Saturday, Nov 17th.

Ten teams, up to 40 goals, and divided in two zones, are competing in the tournament.

 

DAY 1 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17

Field 2

ALEGRÍA/LA IRENITA VS LA ENSENADA

Alegría/La Irenita: Clemente Zavaleta 7, Juan Gris Zavaleta 8, Fred Mannix 9, Matías Mac Donough 8. Total: 32.

La Ensenada: Juan Britos 7, Juan M. Zubía 7, Facundo Fernández Llorente 7, Jerónimo del Carril 7. Total: 28.

 

Field 1

LA AGUADA VS LA DOLFINA POLO RANCH

La Aguada: Alejandro Novillo Astrada 8, Alfredo Bigatti 8, Alejandro Muzzio 8, Ignacio Novillo Astrada 9. Total: 33.

La Dolfina Polo Ranch: Diego Cavanagh 8, Guillermo Terrera 8, Julián de Lusarreta 7, Ignatius Du Plessis 8. Total: 31.

 

DAY 2 – SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18

Field 2

LA ALBERTINA ABU DHABI VS LA CAÑADA

La Albertina Abu Dhabi: Nic Roldán 7, Francisco Elizalde 8, Ignacio Toccalino 8, Alfredo Cappella Barabucci 8. Total: 31.

La Cañada: Agustín Obregón 6, Ezequiel Martínez Ferrario 8, Sebastián Merlos 8, Jared Zenni 6. Total: 28.

 

Field 1

LAS MONJITAS VS CRÍA YATAY

Las Monjitas: Facundo Sola 9, Hilario Ulloa 10, Sapo Caset 10, Santiago Toccalino 8. Total: 37.

Cría Yatay: Valerio Zubiaurre 8, Magoo Laprida 8, Joaquín Pittaluga 8, Iñaki Laprida 8. Total: 32.

 

Teams with a free pass for the opening matches:

La Dolfina: Adolfo Cambiaso 10, David Stirling 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan M. Nero 10. Total: 40.

Ellerstina: Pablo Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres 10, Nicolás Pieres 10, Facundo Pieres 10. Total: 40.

 

The final is scheduled for Saturday, December 15th.