While the most important tournament, the Argentine Open, takes place in Palermo, polo is still being played in other places in Argentina. Yesterday two tournaments started at the La Aguada Polo Club: the La Aguada Spring Cup and the La Aguada Guards Polo Cup.

At the fourth edition of the La Aguada Spring Cup, six teams with a 12-goals handicap compete against each other from December 2nd to 6th and fight for the trophy. On the first day Las Monjitas defeated La Tapera by a narrow margin, 12-11. Sowiniec won against San Jose by 16-11.

The third La Aguada Guards Polo Cup als takes place from December 2nd to 6th and offers polo action at a higher level. The participating teams play with a handicap of up to +16. Yesterday Black Eagles defeated La Manada by 12-9, Mad Dogs was successful against Emlor by 11-9.


The teams:
La Aguada Guards Polo Cup
Black Eagles (+15)
Jonathan Munro-Ford (0)
Jack Hyde (0)
Chris Hyde (+6)
Eduardo Novillo Astrada Jr. (+9)

La Manada (+15)
Gianpaolo Guarnieri (0)
Félix Garzon Maqueda (0)
Ignacio Novillo Astrada (+9)
Federico von Potovsky (+6)

Emlor (+16)
James MacCarthy (0)
Spencer MacCarthy (+2)
Alejandro Novillo Astrada (+8)
Nacho Gonzalez (+6)

Mad Dogs/Trumptington (+16)
Jeremy Pemberton (0)
Alan Fall (0)
Miguel Novillo Astrada (+9)
Julio Novillo Astrada (+7)


La Aguada Spring Cup
La Tapera (+12)
Anne-Marie van Gils (0)
Juan Carlos Harriet (+5)
Juan Pedro Harriet (+4)
Manuel Harriet (+3)

Sowiniec (+11)
Mateusz Switalski (0)
Facundo Cordeu (+3)
Zenon Crotto (+3)
Jacinto Crotto (+5)

El Molino (+12)
Tomás Pistone (0)
Mariano Bosch (0)
Eduardo Novillo Astrada Jr. (+9)
Max Pistone (+3)

San José (+12)
Guillermo Fornielles Jr. (0)
Cruz Novillo Astrada (0)
Alejandro Novillo Astrada (+8)
Enrique Bauzada (+4)

Las Monjitas (+12)
Camilo Bautista (0)
Gerónimo Obregon (+2)
Juan Martin Obregon (+5)
Valentin Novillo Astrada (+5)

BP Polo (+12)
Uneku Atawodi (0)
Chevy Beh (+3)
Joevy Beh (+3)
Marcos Araya (+6)