Inanda Club looks forward to 2022 polo tournament

Inanda Polo manager, Craig James, shares exciting details for this year’s Inanda Africa Cup 2022 Polo Tournament.

The Inanda Club situated in Sandton was recently the talk of the town on June 15 as the venue invited a few influential and prominent figures to their pre-polo brunch.

Zompie Tsotetsi who will be one of the competitors at the Inanda African Cup 2022 Polo Tournament showcases his skills. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula

The brunch highlights the upcoming Inanda Africa Cup 2022 Polo Tournament sponsored by Cell C which will be taking place at the venue on June 26. Warm welcomes from the representatives of the Inanda Club were shown throughout as eager guests entered the facility with their polo-chic attire. The brunch shed some light on the exclusive event which is only a few days away.

Khayo Mudli, Craig James, Jake Shaw and Zompie Tsotetsi prepare to entertain guests with their abilities. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula
Thato Mahapa and Obakeng Rantlhane all smiles for the polo tournament. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula

Inanda Polo manager, Craig James, joined in on the fun with guests as he shared the main objectives of the upcoming tournament. “We are making polo more assessable for those who have looked at polo and thought that they can’t do it. This is definitely the place to be and we are looking forward to seeing the masses from all over sharing the beautiful day with us. We are mostly happy that international guests can now witness some of our local talents in the same space as us,” said James.

Broadcaster Buhle Geleba enjoys her time with friends and co-workers. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula
Asanda Zondi patiently awaits for the brunch function to commence. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula

One of the participants, Buhle Geleba, shared her love for the sport. “My highlight of the day was definitely riding on one of the horses. We really got to experience everything polo related and it was amazing. I am looking forward to seeing which team is going to win the 2022 polo tournament at the Inanda Club.”

Ratau Ratau prepares his signature cocktails for the guests of the pre-polo brunch. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula
Thandolwethu Tsekiso and Thulane Hadebe share some few laughs and drinks in the sun. Photo: Motlatsi Mailula

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