The 48° Torneo Internacional de Polo – composed of the Bronze Cup, Silver Cup and Gold Cup – continues at Santa María Polo Club, in Sotogrande, Spain.

Saturday saw Brunei Polo Team claiming the High-Goal Silver Cup after beating MB Polo 10 goals to 9 thanks to a last minute goal scored by Juan Martín Nero.

SILVER CUP – LATEST RESULTS:

FINAL HIGH-GOAL: BRUNEI 10-9 MB POLO

BRUNEI: Bahar Jefri 1, Camilo Castagnola 5, Santi Stirling 3, Juan Martín Nero 10. Total: 19.

MB POLO: Prince Mateen 0, Tomás Panelo 4, Polito Pieres 10, Tommy Beresford 6. Total: 20.

Score Brunei: 4-0, 5-2, 7-4, 7-7, 9-8, 10-9.

Umpires: Guillermo Villanueva and Nicolás Scortichini.

MVP: Juan Martín Nero.

BPP: Open Exon, played by Tommy Beresford.

Action at the high-goal will resume on Sunday with the match where Bardon will take on Dos Lunas at the opening matchday of the Gold Cup. Final is due on Saturday, August 31st.

MEDIUM GOAL

The final of the Medium Goal Silver Cup (14 goals) took place on Friday. 

FINAL MEDIUM GOAL: AYALA 14-9 ROYAL SALUTE

AYALA: Iñigo Zobel 0, Mackenzie Weisz 3, Lucas James 7, Santiago Gómez Romero 4. Total: 14.

ROYAL SALUTE: Mark Aberle 0, Patricio Neves 3, Diogo Gallego 5, Malcolm Borwick 5. Total: 14. Score Ayala: 0-0, 3-2, 6-4, 10-4, 13-7, 14-9.

Umpires: Federico Martelli and Gastón Dorignac.

MVP: Lucas James.

BPP: Regalona, played by Iñigo Zobel.

Action at the medium-goal will resume on Monday with two matches which will kick off Gold Cup. Final is due on Friday, August 30th.

BAJO HÁNDICAP

The final of the Low Goal Silver Cup (6 Goals) was also played on Friday.

FINAL LOW GOAL: LA ESPERANZA 9-8 RHONE HILL

LA ESPERANZA: Fernando De Infiesta 0, Pascual Álvarez 1, Yago Espinoza 2, Rosendo Torreguitar 3. Total: 6. 

RHONE HILL: Patrick Heffron 0, Nicolás Lopez Fuentes 3, Gonzalo López Vargas 4, Jemima Heffron -1. Total: 6.

Score La Esperanza: 2-3, 3-5, 4-8, 6-8, 9-8.

Umpire: Matías Baibiene.

MVP: Rosendo Torreguitar.

BPP: Raqueta, played by Pascual Álvarez.

Action at the low-goal will resume on Monday with four matches which will kick off Gold Cup. Final is due on Friday, August 30th.

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