The fourth edition of the Victrix Ludorum Tour is in full flow. As of last week, the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club is hosting the fifth stage of the Tour, following the tournaments hosted at Black Bears, Knepp Castle, Cowdray Park and Cirencester. Six teams, up to 18 goals, are competing for the title.
The Queen’s Cup continued over the weekend as Segavas and Thai Polo NW claimed respective wins over Polo Stud Schockemhole and Monterosso Vikings. On Saturday, August 8, Segavas defeated Polo Stud Schockemhole (who received 4 goals on handicap) by 15 goals to 11. Segavas quickly tied the score, finishing the first chukka 4-all. Stockhemole managed to reclaim
Following a two-days break, the Queen’s Cup resumed on Friday August 7, at Guards Polo Club, with two games that saw Next Generation and title holders, Scone, as the winners against Monterosso and Les Lions/Great Oaks, respectively. Next Generation had to fight hard to maintain their undefeated status against Monterosso. Alessandro Bazzoni’s squad, who received
Thai Polo MV and Park Place emerged victorious following another round of qualification matches in the Queen’s Cup, Guards Polo Club’s stellar tournament. This year sees ten teams, up to 23-goals in competition, as the tournament celebrates its 60th anniversary. Park Place remain unbeaten after their win against Polo Stud Stockemhole, while Andrey Borodin’s second
Les Lions/Great Oaks continues on the winning path in The Queen’s Cup, following a 11-9 win against Monterosso Vikings on Tuesday August 4, at Guards Polo Club. Barto Castagnola gave an impressive performance, scoring no less than six goals for his team. The 2020 edition of Guards Polo Club’s premier tournament sees ten teams up
The Oxfordshire Cup came to an end on Saturday at Black Bears Polo Club as Black Bears defeated Ferne Park by 10 goals to 7 to claim the title for a second consecutive year. THE OXFORDSHIRE CUP FINAL WAS STREAMED LIVE BY POLOLINE TV. FINAL OXFORDSHIRE CUP: BLACK BEARS 10-7 FERNE PARK BLACK