Bardon defeated Bel Polo Team by a 10-7 scored and ran out the champions of the first edition of La Hache Polo Cup, in the final that took place on Tuesday September 7, at La Hache Polo Club, located in General Rodríguez. Therefore, Andras Tambor’s organisation lifted the historical first trophy hosted by the Club. Meanwhile, Palo Santo obtained the Purares Cup, after beating Jefferies. The tournament saw six teams up to 20 goals, in participation.
An after polo and party was hosted following the finals and the awards ceremony, that included El Show de Andy and a DJ set by the renowned DJ Tommy Muñoz.
La Hache Polo Cup, Finals:
FINAL LA HACHE POLO CUP: BARDON 10-7 BEL POLO TEAM
BARDON POLO TEAM: Gastón Giovanelli 0, Beltrán Laulhé 5, Lorenzo Chavanne 5, Barto Castagnola 10. Total: 20.
BEL POLO TEAM: Henry Lunn 0, Edward Banner Eve 5, Sebastián Merlos 7, Joaquin Pittaluga 8. Total: 20.
Score Bardon: 1-0, 2-2, 3-3, 6-5, 10-5, 10-7.
Umpires: Esteban Ferrari & Federico Martelli. Third man: Juan José Díaz Alberdi.
MVP: Barto Castagnola.
Fair Play Award: Henry Lunn.
BPP: Open Chichera. Player: Beltrán Laulhé.
BPP presented by the Argentine Polo Pony Breeders Assn.: Luca Infiltrada. Player: Barto Castagnola.
FINAL PURARES CUP: PALO SANTO 13-10 JEFFERIES
PALO SANTO: Juan Cruz Guiñazu 0, Jack Whitman 2, Salvador Ulloa 7, Francisco Elizalde 9. Total: 20.
JEFFERIES: Leandro Infantino 0, Matias Gonzalez 4, Hilario Ulloa 9, Clemente Zavaleta 7. Total: 20.
Umpires: José Ignacio Araya & Santos Anca. Third man: Martín Haurie.