After four days of exciting play, team King Power, including Apichet Srivaddhanaprabha (0), Aiyawatt (Top) Srivaddhanaprabha (+1), Gonzalo Pieres (+10) and Marcos Di Paola (+8), encountered team Ahmibah Brunei, consisting of HH Prince Qawi (-1), HRH Prince Jefri Bolkiah (0), Francesco Bensadon (+8) and Ale Agote (+8), in the final of the Thailand Polo King’s Cup at the VR Sports Club in Bangkok.

In a closely fought match, home team King Power defeated Ahmibah Brunei by 13-12 and rode of the pitch as the 2015 winners of the Thailand Polo King’s Cup Final. Fireworks and cheering spectators greeted the teams at the post-match presentation of the Trophy to King Power, with MVP being awarded to HRH Prince Jefri Bolkiah.

Played as a biannual tournament, Thailand Polo King’s Cup is hosted by the Thailand Polo Association (TPA) and alternates every two years with the All Asia Cup. With team handicaps of 15-18 goals the 2015 Thailand Polo King’s Cup is the highest handicapped polo tournament ever played in Asia.


GROUP 1
King Power (+19)
Apichet Srivaddhanaprabha (0)
Aiyawatt (Top) Srivaddhanaprabha (+1)
Gonzalo Pieres (+10)
Marcos Di Paola (+8)

Tang Polo Club (+17)
Shilai Liu (+1)
Miguel Diaz (+5)
Temi Wellington (+7)
Antonino Menard (+4)

Brunei Polo Team (+18)
HRH Princess Azamah (0)
HH Prince Bahar (+1)
Pablo McDonough (+10)
Joaquim Pittaluga (+7)

GROUP 2
BP Healthcare (+18)
James Beh (+1)
Joevy Beh (+4)
Garvy Beh (+4)
Nachi Heguy (+9)

Global Port (+17)
Michael Romero (0)
Benjamin Urquiza (+5)
Manuel Crespo (+7)
Anthony Garcia (+5)

Ahmibah Brunei (+15)
HH Prince Qawi (-1)
HRH Prince Jefri Bolkiah (0)
Francesco Bensadon (+8)
Ale Agote (+8)


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