People Skills International Trophy – (PSI)
The last 8 goal of the season was won by Maiz Dulce with a team line up Robert Morran in place of Milly Barfoot, Alfie Hyde, John Martin and Derreck Bratley who beat Innovent with father and son Duane and Terence Lent assisted by Nick Clague and Jack Berner in the Final on a sunny but chilly Sunday afternoon. The Best Playing Pony award went to John Martin’s Comic. All the finalists received polo mallets as prizes which were kindly donated by the trophy sponsor – Mr Peter Pattenden who now resides in Mauritius but is still an avid follower and supporter of polo at Cowdray.
Maiz Dulce 7 ½
Best Playing Pony Comic, owned and ridden by John Martin
Park House Cup.
The 4 goal Park House Cup saw Marco Vignali’s La Dolce Vita team with Timi Badiru, Jean-Baptiste Ory and Josh Cork win by one goal from Ausherra/Winkfield Park with Rob Wilson, Tom Swerling, Joshua Clover and James Mann.
The Park House Cup was first presented in 1964 by Ioné O’Brien, of the celebrated Park House Hotel in Bepton.
La Dolce Vita 6
Ausherra/Winkfield Park 5
Photography credited to Mark Beaumont