The 48° Torneo Internacional de Polo – composed of the Bronze Cup, Silver Cup and Gold Cup – continued at Santa María Polo Club, in Sotogrande, Spain.


The final of the second competition was determined on Wednesday, August 14: Brunei are now set to take on MB Polo for the high goal Silver Cup (20 goals) on Saturday, August 17, at 6,30pm.


MB Polo secured the first spot in the final after a hard fought 10-9 win over Dos Lunas. Polito Pieres scored the winning goal in the last seconds of the match. Next, Brunei defeated Bardon 12-9 to qualify for the final.


BRUNEI: Bahar Jefri 1, Camilo Castagnola 5, Santi Stirling 3, Juan Martín Nero 10. Total: 19.

MB POLO: Prince Mateen 0, Tomás Panelo 4, Polito Pieres 9, Tommy Beresford 6. Total: 19.


MEDIUM GOAL (14 goal):

The final of the medium goal Silver Cup will take place on Friday, August 16. The match will see Ayala take on Royal Salute at Los Pinos, at 7pm.


AYALA: Iñigo Zobel 0, Mackenzie Weisz 3, Lucas James 7, Santiago Gómez Romero 4. Total: 14.

ROYAL SALUTE: Rafael Cabezas 0, Jamie Le Hardy 4, Diogo Gallego 5, Malcolm Borwick 5. Total: 14.


LOW GOAL (6 goal):

The low goal Silver Cup will also be decided Friday, August 16, prior to the medium goal final. The game will be played at Los Pinos, at 5,30pm.


RHONE HILL: Patrick Heffron 0, Nicolás Lopez Fuentes 3, Gonzalo López Vargas 4, Jemima Heffron -1. Total: 6.

LA ESPERANZA: Fernando De Infiesta 0, Pascual Álvarez 1, Yago Espinoza 2, Rosendo Torreguitar 3. Total: 6.