Four teams took part in the challenge to claim the PGH Cup, a high-level competition that saw two semi-finals played on Friday and a final on Sunday.

Important players were on the bill, like Martincito Aguerre, Pancho Bensadon and the return of his superstar son, Rufino, who at the age of 16 already shows promise of reaching a high handicap. One of the best French players, Pierre Henri N’Goumou also played, and a 100% French team competed, with all four players having trained at Chantilly Polo Club.

 

FINALS COUPE PGH:

MARQUARD MEDIA 8-7 IN THE WINGS

BPP: Darker than Blue, played by Martincito Aguerre.

 

TEAMS:

Marquard Media: Tommy Rinderknecht 0, Nacho Kennedy 4, Ramiro Zavaleta 4, Martincito Aguerre 7. Total: 15.

In The Wings: Andre Fabre 0, Rufino Bensadon 4, Louis Jarrige 3, Pancho Bensadon 8. Total: 15.

Polo de Chantilly: Adrien Le Gallo 3, Clement Gosset 5, Gaetan Gosset 3, Julien Reynes 3. Total: 14.

Jivaro: Christophe Allemandou 0, Edouard Pan 4, Pierre-Henri N’Goumou 6, Jota Chavanne 5. Total: 15.

 

LADIES POLO CUP

FINALS:

OMEDIA PARIS 7-2.5 SHU UMERUA

 

TEAMS:

Hungaria: Maggie Winiarczyk 0, Corine Barbe 1, Joanna Binkowska 1, Alexandra Bencikova 2. Total: 4.

Vernet Paris: Bianca Verneuil 0, Adele Renauldon 1, Chloe Sebban 2, Lavinia Fabre 3. Total: 6.

Maryland: Carole Muir 1, Clothilde Ludorf 1, Alexandra Giovanidis 0, Sandrine Dubois 2, Gabriela Turk 1. Total: 5.

Omedia Paris: Elena Venot 4, Lucie Venot 2, Pearl Venot 2, Alice Brule 0. Total: 8.

Shu Umerua: Charlotte Garaud 3, Anna-Maria Czekaj 0, Romane Jamet 2, Marie-Jeanne Kappweiler 0. Total: 5.

DS Automobiles: Margaux Perruchot 0, Fredericka Dodge Tellier 1, Siobhan Herbst 4, Justine Hanicotte 1. Total: 6.