The King Power Gold Cup resumed on Wednesday at Cowdray Park with three qualification matches. The tournament sees twelve 22-goal teams in competition.
The British Open will have a new winner this year as defending champions King Power Foxes are not partaking in the English high goal season.
RH POLO 12-10 EMLOR
RH Polo: Ben Soleimani 0, Mín Podesta 5, Sapo Caset 9, Rodrigo Andrade 8. Total: 22.
Emlor: Spencer McCarthy 0, Agustin Merlos 9, Diego Cavanagh 8, Nacho González 5. Total: 22.
BPP UK: Lluvia, played and owned by Sapo Caset.
MONTEROSSO 11-7 THAI POLO
Monterosso: Alessandro Bazzoni 0, Juan Martin Zubia 6, Ignacio Toccalino 8, Santiago Toccalino 8. Total: 22.
Thai Polo: Harald Link 0, Guillermo Terrera 8, Joaquin Pittaluga 7, Jaime García Huidobro 7. Total: 22.
BPP UK: Open Lotería, played and owned by Cubi Toccalino.
TALANDRACAS 14-13 LA INDIANA
Talandracas: Martin Brown 0, Alejandro Muzzio 7, Francisco Elizalde 8, Fred Mannix 7. Total: 22.
La Indiana: Michael Bickford 1, Alec White 4, Nic Roldan 7, Facundo Pieres 10. Total: 22.
BPP UK: Apparition, played and owned by Francisco Elizalde.
The King Power Gold Cup resumes on Thursday at 11am with a penalty shootout between RH Polo, Monterosso, La Indiana, Talandracas and ALFI Investments. The top four teams will continue in the competition.
The final of the King Power Gold Cup is scheduled for Sunday, July 22nd.