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POLO - National13 Sep 2022

Polo players arrive in Lahore after South Africa trip
SPORTS REPORT Lahore:-Pakistan polo players were warmly welcomed here at Allama Iqbal International Airport on their return from Johannesburg, South Africa after beating India twice to qualify for the XII FIP Polo World Cup. At the airport, Pakistan Polo Association Officials and polo lovers were present to greet the national polo team that comprised of Brig (R) Badar Zaman, PPA Secretary Lt Col Ayaz Ahmed, Lt Col (R) Omer Minhas, Hamza Mawaz Khan, Ahmed Ali Tiwana, Raja Jalal Arslan, Imran Shahid and Shahzad Ahmed. Two members of the team Raja Samiullah and Raja Mikayel Sami landed at Islamabad Airport while another player Temur Nadeem went straight to UK from South Africa. As per information provided by Secretary PPA Lt Col Ayaz Ahmed, the Pakistan team is a mix of experienced and young players who played aggressively against arch-rivals India and dominated both the matches winning first match by 5-4 and second by 7-3 to qualify for the XII FIP Polo World Championship that will be played in USA in October and November

POLO - National27 Mar 2022

Tower 21 Polo Super League: Zacky Reapers win title
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Zacky Reapers clinched the Tower 21 Polo Super League trophy after toppling Platinum Homes Tigers by 8-5½ in the final here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Sunday.  The three-week Tower 21 Polo Super League was participated by top national and international players and after tough and challenging competitions, Zacky Reapers and Platinum Homes Tigers succeeded in qualifying the main final. Zacky Reapers played better polo in the final and emerged as title winners of the prestigious polo league.  Shah Qubilai Alam was hero of the final as he played outstanding polo and contributed with fabulous four goals. His teammates also contributed well in their sides’ title triumph as Mustafa Aziz Anwar thrashed in two tremendous goals while Nazar Dean Ali Khan and Saif Ullah Noon converted one goal each.  From Platinum Homes Tigers, 11-year-old Umar Ashfaq also impressed the spectators with his super polo skills and techniques and contributed with a convincing hat-trick of goals and Aleem Tiwana struck one goal but despite playing well and having one and a half goal handicap advantage, the efforts of Platinum Homes Tigers players couldn’t bear fruit for their side.  Noor Manika graced the final as chief guest and distributed prizes and shields among the winners and top performers. The other prominent ones present on the occasion were Lahore Polo Club President Umer Sadik, Secretary Agha Murtaza Ali Khan, executive committee members, players and their families and polo lovers.  Eleven-year-old Umar Ashfaq was handed over the emerging polo player award, Amirreza Behboudi was given the highest goal scorer award, Platinum Homes Tigers were given the highest goal-scoring team award, Zacky Reapers pony was given the best polo pony award while Zacky Reapers players received the winning trophy, Platinum Homes Tigers the runners-up trophy and ZS Lions received the third position trophy.  Addressing the concluding ceremony, Lahore Polo Club President Umer Sadik extended his gratitude to Tower 21 for generously sponsoring the three-week Tower 21 Polo Super League and hoped that Tower 21 will continue to support this beautiful game of kings and knights in future.

POLO - National27 Mar 2022

Guard Filter thrash Guard Rice in exhibition polo match
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Guard Filter Team outclassed Guard Rice Team by 10-1 in an exhibition polo match that was conducted in collaboration with Guard Group to celebrate the 100-year celebrations of Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Saturday.  Taimoor Ali Malik played superb polo throughout the match and amused the spectators with his outstanding polo skills and excellent pony work. He emerged as most valuable player of the match from the winning team by smashing in superb six goals. His teammates Hussain Monnoo hammered a hat-trick of goals and Saqib Khan Khakwani struck one goal. The only goal from the losing side came from Adil Tiwana. Vanita was awarded the best polo pony award, who is owned by Taimoor Ali Malik.  At the prize distribution ceremony, chief guest DC Lahore Umar Sher Chatha, along with Lahore Polo Club President Umer Sadik and LCCI President Nauman Kabeer, distributed prizes and shields among the winners and top performers. The chief guest and the LCCI President also thanked LPC President for conducting the exhibition match in a successful manner.

POLO - National24 Mar 2022

Tower 21 Polo Super League: Zacky Reapers beat Remington Stars
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Zackry Reapers recorded an impressive 6-3 triumph over high-flying Remington Stars in the Tower 21 Polo Super League match played here at the Lahore Polo Club on Thursday.   Shah Qubilai Alam played hero’s role in the victory of Zacky Reapers as he utilized his vast experience and excellent polo skills and techniques that helped him hammer a convincing hat-trick of goals for the winning team while Saif Ullah Noon banged in a beautiful brace and Mustafa Aziz Anwar scored one goal.   For Remington Stars, who were unbeaten for a couple of matches, tasted the defeat at last as they could convert only three goals against the phenomenal Zacky Reapers. This time, Bilal Hayat Noon banged in a brace for the losing side while Hamza Mawaz Khan contributed with only one goal.   The excited match was witnessed by Lahore Polo Club President Umer Sadik, Secretary Agha Murtaza Ali Khan, executive committee members, players and their families and polo lovers.  

POLO - National23 Mar 2022

Polo Super League: Zacky Reapers stun Platinum 10-5
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Superb hat-trick each by Mustafa Aziz Anwar and Saif Hayat Noon helped Zacky Reapers overpower Platinum Homes Tigers by a huge margin of 10-5 in the Tower 21 Polo Super League match here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Tuesday.    Zacky Reapers dominated the match right from the word go and maintained their supremacy till the end, winning the encounter with a huge margin of 10-5. Mustafa Aziz Anwar and Bilal Hayat Noon emerged as heroes of the day from the winning side as they played outstanding polo and amused the spectators with their excellent mallet and pony work and also contributed with tremendous three goals each.   The other two members of the side – Shah Qubilai Alam and Nazar Dean Ali Khan – played equally well and thrashed in two brilliant goal each to guide their side with an emphatic victory. For Platinum Homes Tigers, Amirreza Behboudi and 12-year-old Umar Ashfaq contributed with two goals each while Aleem Tiwana converted one goal. On Wednesday (March 23, 2022), ZS Lions will take on Platinum Homes Tigers in the only match of the day.

POLO - National21 Mar 2022

Newage Cables/Master Paints win the title of Pakistan National Open Polo Championship
Ijaz Ajmed LAHORE:-Newage Cables/Master Paints clinched the coveted trophy after beating 11-10 in the final of the 1st President of Pakistan National Open Polo Championship 2022 sponsored by MidCity here at the Jinnah Polo Fields on Sunday. Gonzalo Deltour emerged as hero of the day as he displayed marvellous mallet and pony work and contributed with excellent eight goals while Vieri Antinori banged in a brace and Alman Jalil Azam scored one goal. For Diamond Paints, Max Charlton though played well and fired in five goals while Ahmed Ali Tiwana cracked a quartet and Mir Shoaib Ahmed stuck one goal but their efforts proved futile in the end. Both the sides played extremely well against each other in the nail-biting title clash and matched fire-with-fire till the end as the score at the end of the fifth chukker the score was level at 10-10. The match was then decided in the sudden death sixth chukker, where both the teams played extremely well but Gonzalo Deltour played extraordinary polo in the crucial sudden death chukker and smashed in a superb match-winning goal to guide Newage Cables/Master Paints to a well-deserving 11-10 title victory. On the other hand, Remounts players held their nerves in the seventh chukker to claim the third position by beating Master Paints by a narrow margin of 10-9. Simon Prado was star of the day for Remounts as he smashed in superb six goals while Nico Roberts hammered a week of goals and ALD Imran Shahid struck one goal. For Master Paints, Marcos Panelo cracked a classic quartet while Martin Carlos and Bilal Haye banged in a brace each and Sufi Muhammad Haroon scored one goal. Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar graced the final as chief guest and gave away prizes and shields to the winners and top performers. Other prominent ones present on the occasion were former Governor Punjab Lt Gen (R) Khalid Maqbool, Pakistan Polo Association Secretary Lt Col Ayaz, JPF President Lt Col (R) Shoaib Aftab, Secretary Maj (R) Baber Mahboob Awan, players and their families and polo enthusiasts. At the prize distribution ceremony after the thrilling final, Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) member and former five-goal player Syed Shahid Ali Shah was awarded the life time achievement award while Usman Aziz Anwar was awarded the best player in -2-0 category, in 0-2 category,  Imran Shahid was named the best player, in 2-4 category, Raja Temur Nadeem emerged as the best player, and Pakistan's best player award was claimed by Hissam Ali Hyder, the best foreign player award was clinched by Gonzalo Deltour of Newage Cables/Master Paints, the best foreign polo pony award was claimed by Sufi Haroon's pony and the best local breed pony award was lifted by local pony of Mona Dipot and the award was received by Brig Muhammad Naeem. In the end, JPF President Lt Col (R) Shoaib Aftab thanked Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, sponsors MidCity Housing, Suzuki Motors, Askari Bank and DHA and presented then a souvenir each.

POLO - National19 Mar 2022

Remington Stars triumphant in Tower 21 Polo Super League
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Remington Stars carved out thrilling 7-6.5 triumph over Platinum Homes Tigers in the Tower 21 Polo Super League match played here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Saturday. Hamza Mawaz Khan was hero of the day from Remington Stars as he played outstanding polo and contributed with four fabulous goals while Bilal Hayat Noon banged in a brace and Basel Faisal Khokhar struck one. From Platinum Homes Tigers, who had a half goal handicap advantage, Amirreza Behboudi fired in five goals while Aleem Tiwana scored one goal. Remington Stars dominated the match right from the word go as they slammed in two goals each against one each by Platinum Homes Tigers in the first and second chukkers respectively to have 4-2 lead. The third chukker was then dominated by Platinum Homes Tigers, who struck two goals against one by Remington Stars to make it 4-5. Both the teams converted two goals each in the fourth and last chukker with Remington Stars winning the match by 7-6.5.

POLO - National18 Mar 2022

President of Pakistan Open Polo: Diamond Paints and Newage Cables/Master Paints enter final
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Diamond Paints and Newage Cables/Master Paints entered the main finals of the 1st President of Pakistan National Open Polo Championship 2022 sponsored by MidCity after winning their respective semifinals here at the Jinnah Polo Fields on Friday. Heroics of Guy Gibrat and Max Charlton helped Diamond Paints hammer Remounts by 8-5 in the first semifinal of the day. Both the heroes of the day did the magic with mallets and polo ponies and hammered a hat-trick each. Ahmed Ali Tiwana was the other key contributor from the winning side as he contributed with two goals each. From Team Remounts, Simon Prado fired in four goals while Mumtaz Abbas Niazi scored one goal. Diamond Paints dominated the match right from the word go as they pumped in two goals each in the first and second chukkers to gain a healthy 4-0 lead. Remounts made their presence felt in the third chukker by banging in a brace to make it 4-2 yet Diamond Paints once again had an upper hand as they thrashed in three goals to gain a healthy 7-2 lead. The fourth chukker was evenly poised as both the sides struck one goal each with Diamond Paints still enjoying 8-3 lead. Remounts though made a good comeback by thrashing in two goals yet it was too little situation for Remounts, as they lost the crucial semifinal by 5-8. The day’s second match was a nail-biting encounter where Newage Cables/Master Paints held their nerves and overcame spirited Master Paints by a narrow margin of 9-8. Gonzalo Deltour played the heroes’ role in Newage Cables/Master Paints triumph by converting superb seven goals out of total nine. The remaining two goals were pumped in by Vieri Antinori. For Master Paints, Marcos Panelo fired in five goals while Martin Carlos hammered a hat-trick. Newage Cables/Master Paints were off to a flying start as they banged in a brace to gain 2-0 lead. Just before the end of the first chukker, Master Paints converted one to make it 2-1 and then slammed in one more in the beginning of the second chukker to draw the blood at 2-2. Newage then started aggressive polo which helped them thrash in three back-to-back goals to have a good 5-2 lead. Master Paints bounced back well and fired in four fabulous goals to take a slight 6-5 lead. Newage then converted a beautiful goal to level the score at 6-6. Master Paints started the fourth chukker by pumping in a field goal to gain a slight 7-6 lead, which couldn’t last long as Newage first smashed in two back-to-back goals to have a slight 8-7 lead and then fired in another crucial goal to enhance their lead to 9-7. Master Paints though tried hard and succeeded in converting a spot penalty to reduce the margin to 9-8, but this was all that Master Paints could get from the match as they lost the semifinal by 8-9. The main final of the 1st President of Pakistan National Open Polo Championship 2022 sponsored by MidCity will be contested between Diamond Paints and Newage Cables/Master Paints on Sunday.

POLO - National17 Mar 2022

PH Tigers, Remington Stars script triumphs in Tower 21 Polo Super League
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Platinum Homes (PH) Tigers and Remington Stars scripted triumphs in the three-week Tower 21 Polo Super League here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Thursday.  In the first match of the day, Platinum Homes Tigers recorded a close 7½-6 victory over The Eagles. Foreign player Amirreza Behboudi did the magic with mallet and polo pony and fired in four fantastic goals for the winning team while Umar Qadeer banged in a brace and Azam Noon struck one. For The Eagles, Taimoor Ali Malik cracked a quartet and Hashim Kamal Agha thrashed in two goals.  The day’s second match saw Remington Stars showing superb polo skills and techniques and overpowering Zacky Reapers by a huge margin of 8-3. Hamza Mawaz Khan was hero of the day for the winning team as he smashed in superb seven goals while the remaining one was converted by Hussain Monnoo. For Zacky Reapers, Nazar Dean Ali Khan banged in a brace and Saif Noon scored one goal.  Remington Stars are on the top of the points table followed by Platinum Homes Tigers at number two. At number three are Zacky Reapers, ZS Lions are at number four and The Eagles are at number five.     

POLO - National16 Mar 2022

President of Pakistan National Open Polo Championship: Master Paints, Remounts breeze into semis
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Master Paints and Remounts qualified for the semifinals of the 1st President of Pakistan National Open Polo Championship 2022 sponsored by Mid-City after defeating their respective opponents in the quarterfinals here at the Jinnah Polo Fields on Wednesday. In the first quarterfinal of the day, Master Paints were up against favorite FG Polo and they played outstanding polo and outsmarted their opponents by a close margin of 9-7. Marcos stole the show for Master Paints as his heroics helped his side emerge as triumphant. He smashed in superb seven goals for the winning team while Martin Carlos also played well and thrashed in two significant goals for Master Paints. For FG Polo, Juan Ambroggio though tried hard and converted an impressive hat-trick but he got injured and was replaced by Horacio Carlos, who also contributed with a beautiful brace and Waqas Khan and Ramiro Zavaleta scored one goal each but their efforts couldn’t bear fruit for their side, thus lost the quarterfinal by 7-9. Now Master Paints will compete against Newage Cables/Master Paints in the semifinal on Friday (March 18). Master Paints were off to a flying start as they hammered a hat-trick to gain 3-0 lead while FG Polo then converted one to finish the first chukker at 1-3. FG Polo dominated the second chukker by thrashing in three back-to-back goals to take a slight 4-3 lead. Master Paints then made a tremendous comeback by firing in four fantastic goals one after another to earn a healthy 7-4 lead. FG Polo also bounced back well by converting two goals – one in the dying moments of the third chukker and one in the beginning of the fourth chukker – to reduce the deficit to 6-7. Master Paints then added one more in their tally to finish the fourth chukker having 8-6 lead. Both the sides converted one goal each in fifth and last chukker, with Master Paints winning the match by 9-7. The day’s second quarterfinal proved a nail-biting encounter which was tied at 7-7 at the end of the fifth chukker and then was decided in the sudden death chukker, where hero of the day Simon Prado fired in the match-winning goal to guide Remounts to a narrow 8-7 victory over HN Polo. Simon Prado did the magic with his mallet and polo pony throughout the match and succeeded in hammering four fantabulous goals for his side. His teammates Nico Roberts and Mumtaz Abbas Niazi also played key role in their team’s triumph as they contributed with three and one goal respectively. For team HN Polo, Tito Ruiz Guinazo was the prominent player who smashed in superb five goals while Saqib Khan Khakwani converted the remaining two goals, but that contribution was futile in the end. Now Remounts will vie against Diamond Paints in the semifinal on Friday (March 18). HN Polo opened their account by converting a 40-yard penalty to take 1-0 lead but Remounts then launched a series of attack on HN Polo’s goal and succeeded in banging in a brace to earn a slight 2-1 lead by the end of the first chukker. The second chukker was evenly poised as one goal each was scored by both the teams with Remounts still enjoying a slight 3-2 lead. HN Polo played comparatively better polo in the third chukker as they converted three goals against tow by Remounts to level the score at 5-5. Remounts dominated the fourth chukker by thrashing in two back-to-back goals to take 7-5 lead. HN Polo made a strong comeback in the fifth chukker by smashing in two back-to-back goals to finish the chukker at 7-7. The match was then decided in sudden death chukker where star of the day Simon Prado smashed in the match-winner to steer his side to a thrilling 8-7 win.
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