Coming off a spectacular undefeated wins in the Argentine Republic Polo Cup 2019, the Adamjee Insurance and Magic River caved out convincing triumphs with a perfect records.

The second day of the Argentine Republic Polo Cup 2019 which is sponsored by Gerry’s, lived up to expectations at Lahore Polo Club ground, Lahore.
Coming off a spectacular undefeated wins in the Argentine Republic Polo Cup 2019, the Adamjee Insurance and Magic River caved out convincing triumphs with a perfect records.
Adamjee Insurance outscored Guard Group/Dascon Construction Company in one sided affair in the first match of the day.
Adamjee started gaining steam in the first chukker, winning most of the throw-ins and took 1-0 lead while they struck another field goal in the second chukker to strengthen their lead to 2-0. Guard Group/DCC then made a tremendous comeback by banging in two back-to-back goals to square the things at 2-2.
It was all that Guard Group/DCC could get from the match as the next two chukkers were fully dominated by Adamjee, who pumped in two more goals in the third chukker to make it 4-2 and scored a quartet in the fourth and last chukker to win the match by 8½-2, as the winners had a half goal handicap advantage.
Shah Shamyl Alam was top scorer from the winning side as he hammered a hat-trick while Kashif Jamal and Shah Qublai Alam hit a brace each and Rafay Sheikh struck one. From the losing side, Shahnawaz Ayaz Durrani and Saqib Khan Khakwani scored one goal each.
In the second encounter of the day, Magic River outclassed Platinum Homes by 12-3½. From the winning side, Ahmed Ali Tiwana fired in fantastic five goals while Ghulam Mustafa Monnoo scored a quartet, Hassan Agha a brace and Abdul Rehman Monnoo a goal. From the losing side, which had one and a half goal handicap advantage, Qadeer Ashfaq and Azam Hayat Noon converted one goal apiece. 
Magic River were off to flying start as they thrashed two back-to-back goals to gain 2-0 lead while Platinum Homes fought back well and struck one goal in the dying moments of the first chukker to reduce the deficit to 2-1. Magic River stamped their authority in the second chukker as they converted two field goals to enjoy 4-1 edge.
In the third chukker, Magic River also had a upper hand as they struck a quartet against one by Platinum Homes to enjoy 8-2 edge. The winning side fully dominated the fourth and last chukker as they smashed in another quartet to finish the match, having 12-2 lead. With one and a half goal handicap advantage for Platinum Homes, the final score was 12-3½ in favour of Magic River.

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