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Hooray Henrys on horseback? We are athletes, says leading English polo player George Meyrick

Latest news in the polo world, including George Meyrick debunking the myth of polo players and the Cartier International Dubai Polo Challenge 2015

Zedan will face Bin Drai Polo in Dubai 18 goal

Finalists confirmed for Julius Baer Gold Cup Today, Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club hosted the penultimate games in The Dubai Gold Cup Series

Ex-professional polo player accused of sexually assaulting five young girls

Simon McLaren-Tosh, on committee of Hurlingham Polo Association, remanded in custody after appearing before Slough magistrates accused of attacks

Barbados win polo series

ICBL Barbados completed a clean sweep of their UNNA/ICBL Cheshire tour series when they defeated the visiting Cheshire team 4.5 to 2 in the finals at Holder’s Hill yesterday afternoon. Jaime Dickson was the hometown hero, scoring two goals to ensure Barbados remained unbeaten in the three match series.

Tang Polo wins, faces Los Tamaraos in finals

True to his promise, Argentinean pro Miguel Diaz went on another scoring spree as he helped Tang Polo of China secure a final berth with another come-from-behind win in the Globalport Philippine Polo Open 2015 Thursday in Calatagan, Batangas.

Creation of nat’l polo group pushed

Emboldened by the success of the Philippine Polo Open 2015, businessman-sportsman Mikee Romero is now pushing for the creation of a national polo association that will soon pave the way for the professionalism of one of the elite sports in the country.

Fight for Diplomats’ Cup

From 3rd to 8th March the Diplomats’ Cup was held at the Singapore Polo Club for the third time. Five teams attended the tournament, representing the regions of the world: Africa, Asia, Europe, America and Oceania. In the final the teams Asia and Africa met. Sattar Khan (+4), Satinder Garcha (+2), Creighton Yeo (-2) as well as Lawrence Khong and Keith Yeo (0), sharing one position, won against team Africa by 13-6,5. Goal scorer of the match was Satinder Garcha, scoring eight out of 13 goals for his team.

Audi drives home the win; defeats Engel & Völkers 11-7 at the Piaget USPA Gold Cup

Engel & Völkers leapt into action right from the start and Kris Kampsen scored first goal of the game with lightening accuracy. Fred Mannix quickly responded by running in a goal for Audi, setting the tone early for Audi’s fast-paced play. Both teams were evenly matched, riding hard and showcasing the speed and athleticism of their mounts.

Alegria Assist Card happily defeats Las Monjitas at the Piaget USPA Gold Cup

Alegria overcame a midgame lapse in concentration to outscore Las Monjitas three goals to one in the sixth chukker for the win 9-8 in the second round of the USPA Piaget Gold Cup at International Polo Club. The win for Alegria equalized their record at 1-1 for the tournament.

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