Queen’s Cup: Second consecutive win for Park Place

Action for The Queen’s Cup, one of the most prestigious polo competitions of the world, resumed on Saturday with two matches. The tournament features a total of 12 teams up to 22 goals. Finals are due on Sunday, June 16th.

Park Place, runner-up in 2018, got its second win of the competition while Monterosso beat La Bamba de Areco in overtime.

PARK PLACE 9-6 CASA LA VISTA IBIZA

PARK PLACE: Andrey Borodin 0, Juan Britos 7 (4 goals), Hilario Ulloa 10 (2), Benjamín Urquiza 5 (2). Total: 22.

CASA LA VISTA IBIZA: Hilali Noordeen 0, Isidro Strada 6, Mín Podestá 6 (2 goals), Pablo Mac Donough 10 (4). Total: 22.

Score Park Place: 1-1, 2-2, 3-2, 6-3, 7-4, 9-6.

Umpires: Peter Wright y Tim Bown.      Third man: Howard Smith.

THE ROYAL WINDSOR HORSE SHOW CUP: MONTEROSSO 11-10 LA BAMBA DE ARECO

MONTEROSSO: Alessandro Bazzoni 0, Juan Gris Zavaleta 7, Joaquín Pittaluga 7, Cubi Toccalino 8. Total: 22.

LA BAMBA DE ARECO: Kian Hall 3, Juan Martin Nero 10, Jean-Francois Decaux 0, Pelon Stirling 9. Total: 22.

Score Monterosso: 1-2, 2-3, 2-6, 4-8, 7-9, 10-10, 11-10.

Umpires: Julian Appleby and Jason Dixon.      Third man: Peter Wright.

The Queen’s Cup will continue on Sunday:

12pm: UAE Polo Team vs Talandracas, at Flemish Farm- Castle Ground.

3pm: La Indiana vs Scone Polo, at The Queen’s Ground.

THE QUEEN’S CUP: Fixture & Teams

PICTURE GALLERY:Park Place v Casa La Vista Ibiza / Monterosso vs La Bamba24 PhotosPhotos by: Images of Polo

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