Category Archives: Current News

Here is where you can find all the latest news and updates from the team at Beaufort. This is where you can discover further details on the tournament results, club associate and sponsors news, and more.

Eduardo Rojas Lanusse Cup 6 Goal VL 2020

First up to contend the Eduardo Rojas Lanusse Cup 6 Goal VL were Smiths Polo verses Cote d’Azur. Tamara Fox was the first to take the ball across the line for Cote d’Azur. The second chukka featured lots of back and forth with the teams, with the well-established combo of Nina Clarkin, Tamara Fox and […]

Solitaire Salver 4 Goal

We had an impressive 9 teams entered in our last 4 Goal of the season, the Solitaire Salver. First up were Smiths Polo verses Senzaltro. Senzaltro scored first and Smiths nearly equalised with a penalty by Mikey Howe, but it went wide. Seb Chialvo quickly responded to level 1 – 1. In the second, Jonny […]

Covid-19 Update: 17.09.20

In light of the recent Government announcements (see here) and the spike in coronavirus cases, we want to reiterate some key protocols:   We would appreciate it if there were no spectators at games, including family, with only essential personnel permitted when polo is being played. As soon as your game finishes, please leave promptly […]

Non-Playing Members Babdown Cup 10 Goal sponsored by Plusbac

Non-Playing Members Babdown Cup Five strong teams were entered into our Non-Playing Members Babdown Cup 10 Goal. Everything kicked off on Sunday 6th September with Shibumi v Dawson Group. A penalty to Dawson Group, converted by Mikey Henderson followed by a field goal by Matias Amaya put them in the lead 2 – 0. Shibumi […]

Somerville Livingstone-Learmonth 2020

Howling winds and horizontal rain greeted the players for the first league game of the Somerville Livingstone-Learmonth Trophy 6 Goal. Hascombe Stud proved formidable against Noon Giraffe. Hascombe pounced early on in their game, sending through goal after goal, meaning it wasn’t until the second chukka that Noon Giraffe were able to make their mark. […]