The play-off match between Cría Gete, ranked eighth in the Argentine Open, and Brava, winners of the Cámara de Diputados Cup, was held at the AAP in Pilar on Sunday, December 20. 

For the first time since this competition started (2017), the winner of the Cámara defeated a team playing the Argentine Open. Brava claimed a 13-8 win over Cría Gete, a team that saw Tomas García del Rio play instead of an injured Lerín Zubiaurre. The win gives the Cañuelas-based team a place in the 2021 Argentine Triple Crown. They join the top seven seeded teams: Ellerstina, La Dolfina Saudi, RS Murus Sanctus, La Natividad Monjitas, LD Polo Ranch, La Ensenada La Aguada, and Los Machitos.

BRAVA 13-8 CRÍA GETE

Brava: Pedro Zacharías 7 (2 goals), Poroto Cambiaso 6 (2), Rodrigo Andrade 8 (5), Isidro Strada 7 (4, 3 on penalties). Total: 28.

Cría Geté: Tomás García del Río 7, Magoo Laprida 8 (1 goal), Joaquín Pittaluga 8, Iñaki Laprida 8 (7, 6 on penalties). Total: 31.

Score Brava: 1-2, 4-3, 7-3, 9-6, 10-7, 11-8, 13-8.

Umpires: Gastón Lucero & Gonzalo López Vargas.               

Third man: Matías Baibiene.

BPP Polo Argentino:

Dolfina Jal -CC- (Open Chimento x Dolfina C06 Lapa – Clone 6), played by Poroto Cambiaso.

Nominees: 

Dolfina Tropicalísima (Mr. Shiner x Dolfina Cuartetera), played by Pedrinho Zacharias.

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