England and US will play the Bryan Morrison Trophy and Intercollegiate Challenge Cup

On Saturday January 21, the All England Polo Club, set in Hickstead, England, will host two prestigious arena polo competitions, the Bryan Morrison Trophy and the Intercollegiate Challenge Cup, that will see linepus from England and the United States, compete. The Bryan Morrison Trophy is due at 1,30pm while the Intercollegiate Challenge Cup before the Bryan Morrison Trophy.

The Bryan Morrison Trophy is a tribute to one of the most successuful and remarkable music moguls, who managed the careers of worldwide renowned artists such as the Bee Gees, The Jam, Pink Floyd, George Michael, among many others. He later developed a passion for polo, which led him to hold the position as President of Ham Polo Club, in London. In 1986 he founded the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club, located in Windsor, the home of the opening 22-goal tournament of the season in England, the Prince of Wales Trophy. The then His Highness the Prince of Wales, and today His Majesty King Charles III, opened the club as the first member.

England will be represented by Max Charlton (10), Jack Hyde (7) and Matías Amaya (7), while the United States lineup will be composed of Tommy Biddle Jr. (9), Patrick Uretz (7) and Felipe Viana (8), as well as Will Walton (5), as an alternate.

The Intercollegiate Challenge Cup, which will be played before the Bryan Morrison Trophy, is a collegiate-level competition between teams from the USPA I/I Program and Schools and Universities Polo Association (SUPA) Britain.

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