Lawyers Polo came to an end

Published on: October 3, 2018

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The a new edition of Lawyers Polo came to an end on Saturday, this time at the glamorous PGH La Palmeraie in Morocco. Eight teams, composed of players from all over the world, were in competition.
The objective of the event is to bring together lawyers from around the world who share a passion for polo, so that they may exchange ideas and experiences in a friendly and beautiful setting.
After seven editions (Buenos Aires, Madrid, Toronto, Dubai, París, Bangkok and Sotogrande), the tournament moved to PGH La Plameraie, Patrick Guerrand Hermès’ exclusive polo club in Tanger, Morocco, which boasts three fields overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Thirty-two players, joined by their family and friends, delighted in a fabulous week of polo, complete with a black-tie party, a Moroccan night, many adventures, and picnics on the beach.
Special trophies were offered by the Royal House and King Mohammed VI, who also granted the blessing of Haut Patronage. The contest concluded with the Royal Fantasy.
The eight teams included lawyers and players from Argentina, Austria, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Brazil, India, Morocco, Malaysia, Portugal, Slovakia, Singapore, Switzerland, Chile, Venezuela, United Kingdom and Unites States.

Final Results
Friday
• SHAWN COULSON 4-6 MENA LEGAL
• GAVEA NORTH 3-2 BODEGA FIN DEL MUNDO
• CORTIJO 9-4 QUANTCOIN
• TEXAS MONTHLY 1-3 KERRES PARTNERS
Saturday
• Match for 7th Position: QUANTOCOIN 1-3 TEXAS MONTHLY
• Match for 5th Position: BODEGAS FIN DEL MUNDO 2-1 KERRES PARTNERS
• Match for 3rd Position: SHAWN COULSON 3-2 GAVEA NORTH

FINAL LAWYERS POLO 2018:
MENA LEGAL 4-6 CORTIJO
• Cortijo: Luis Nieto (Colombia) 1, Alfredo Vargas (Venezuela) 1, Elspeth Talbot (Reino Unido) 0, Filipe Mendes de Almeida (Portugal) 0. Total: 2.
• Mena Legal: Sidi Mohamed El Mhamdi (Marruecos) 2, Dinyar Madon (India) 0, Philip Saame (Alemania) 0, Luca Frontini (Italia) -1. Total: 1
• MVP: Alfredo Vargas.
• Most Gentleman Player: Eduardo Bérèterbide.

Final Positions
• 1st – Cortijo
• 2nd – Mena Legal
• 3rd – Shawn Coulson
• 4th – Gavea North
• 5ft – Bodegas fin del mundo
• 6th – Kerres Partners
• 7th – Texas Monthly
• 8th -Quantocoin

Teams:
· Cortijo: Luis Nieto (Colombia) 1, Alfredo Vargas (Venezuela) 1, Elspeth Talbot (Reino Unido) 0, Filipe Mendes de Almeida (Portugal) 0. Total: 2.
· Shawn Coulson: Juan Vigo (Argentina) 2, Rachid Arfaoui (Marruecos) 0, Joel Romero (Argentina) 0, Piero Dillier (Suiza) 0. Total: 2.
· Gavea North: Jacinto Peralta Ramos (Argentina) 2, Guillermo Steta Mondragon (México) 1, Miguel Caetano (Portugal) -1, Gerry Gan (Singapur) 0. Total: 2.
· Texas Monthly: Sergio Eguiguren (Chile) 3, Mohamed Filali (Marruecos) 0, Paul Hobby (Estados Unidos) 0, Carlos Portugal Gouvea (Brazil) -1. Total: 2.
· Quantocoin: Eduardo Bereterbide (Argentina) 1, Alston Beinhorn (Estados Unidos) -1, Carlos Rivas (Venezuela) 1, Joseph Fitszimons (Estados Unidos) 0. Total: 1.
· Kerres Partners: Ahmed Moukachi (Marruecos) 1, Christoph Kerres (Austria) 0, Martin Magal (Eslovaquia) 1, Farid Rifaat (Austria) -1. Total: 1.
· Bodega Fin del Mundo: José Frías Silva (Argentina) 2, Joachim Feller (Alemania) 1, Misty Allen (Estados Unidos) -1, Rodrigo Sola Torino (Argentina) 0. Total: 2.
· Mena Legal: Sidi Mohamed El Mhamdi (Marruecos) 2, Dinyar Madon (India) 0, Philip Saame (Alemania) 0, Luca Frontini (Italia) -1. Total: 1.

Previous winners:
· Buenos Aires 2008 (Zona A): Mariano Grondona, Jacinto Sicardi, Santiago Daireaux, Dario Penna.
· Buenos Aires 2008 (Zona B): Eduardo Bérèterbide (h), Julio Saguier, Sebastián Rossi, Máximo Fonrouge.
· Madrid 2009: Christopher Kerres, Justin Fogarty, Alain Clery, Carlos Lucena.
· Toronto 2010: Martin Magal, Pedro Falabella, William Stinchcombe, John Offen.
· Dubai 2011: Eduardo Bérèterbide, Eduardo Bérèterbide (h), Ali Albwardy, Carl-Eugen zu Oettingen-Wallerstein.
· Paris 2012: Daniel Hurstel, Carlos Rivas, Alain Clery, Alfredo Vargas.
· Bangkok 2015: Ploy Bhinsaeng, Natthapong Pratumlee, Nuttadhith Sila-Amornsak, Tal Srivaddhanaprabha.
· Sotogrande 2016: Piero Dillier, Xavier Doumen, Anil Abraham, Juan Vigo.

Foto: Pololine

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