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15 Jan 2018

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14 Jan 2018

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13 Jan 2018

In a fantastic sunshine day in Kitzbühel the 16th edition of the 2018 Bendura Bank Snow Polo World Cup opened the doors

12 Jan 2018

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08 Jan 2018

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17 Dec 2017

TORTUGAS OPEN 2015, 1st & 2nd DAY

Alegria bounced back from their loss to Ellerstina in the Jockey Club final by racing past Chapaleufú 15-11 in the opening match of the 2015 Tortugas Open at the Tortugas Country Club in Argentina.

30 Sep 2015 0 comment   Paola A Maldonado Máquin

The two teams played one another evenly through the first two chukkers, tying each other 1-1 in the first and 3-3 after the second chukker. Alegria got back to back goals from Lucas Monteverde in the third period as Alegria outscored Chapaleufú four goals to one to take a three goal, 7-4 lead after the third.
Nachi Heguy showed flashes of his days as a 10-goaler as he rang up five goals over the fourth and fifth chukkers, and cutting the Alegria lead to a single goal, 10-9, but Alegria didn’t break.
Alegria put up three goals in the sixth while holding Chapaleufú to a single goal. With one chukker remaining in regulation play, Alegria was in control of a 13-10 lead.
Fred Mannix closed out the game with a pair of penalty goals with Chapaleufú scoring a token goal in the 15-11 loss.
Nachi Heguy led all scoring with seven goals (five on penalty conversions); Eduardo Heguy added two penalty goals and Pepe Heguy and Bautista Heguy scored single goals in a losing effort. A balanced Alegria attack saw team captain Fred Mannix score six times (twice on penalty shots). Magoo Laprida added four goals; Hilario Ulloa scored twice and Lucas Monteverde was credited with two goals in the victory.

La Aguada scored the winning goal in overtime to beat La Aguada/ Las Monjitas 11-10 in the opening round of the 2015 Tortugas Open at the Tortugas Country Club in Argentina.
La Aguada/ Las Monjitas scored first, putting two goals on the scoreboard in the opening chukker. La Aguada was held scoreless and fell behind, 2-0, after the first chukker of the game.
Agustin Merlos scored twice for La Aguada in the second chukker and Sapo Caset added a goal. La Aguada/ Las Monjitas managed a goal of their won, but after two periods the score was all even at 3-3.
La Aguada/ Las Monjitas came alive again in the third, scoring twice. La Aguada was unable to score and fell behind once again, 5-3.
The fourth period belonged to La Aguada. This time it was the boys in the burgundy and white jerseys that provided the offense. Two La Aguada goals went unanswered and the chukker ended in a 5-5 tie.
The La Aguada defense kept La Aguada/ Las Monjitas off the scoreboard for the second consecutive chukker while piling on three goals of their own. After four chukkers it was La Aguada in the lead, 8-5.
La Aguada scored the first two goals of the sixth chukker, stretching their lead to five goals, 10-5. Nacho Novillo Astrada cut the lead back to three goals with a pair of goals that ended the chukker with La Aguada in front by three goals, 10-7.
A determined La Aguada/ Las Monjitas foursome took the field in the seventh period, and went right to work. Shutout defense was complimented by three goals as La Aguada/ Las Monjitas tied the game at 10-10 and forced sudden-death overtime.
The overtime chukker was short-lived with Guillermo Terrera making the play that allowed Agustin Merlos the opportunity to drive the ball through the La Aguada/ Las Monjitas goalposts for the 11-10 win.
Agustin Merlos scored four of his team-high six goals on penalty shots. Sapo Caset added three goals and Guillermo Terrera scored twice in the win. Alejandro Novillo Astrada scored twice from the field and added four penalty conversions for La Aguada/ Las Monjitas. Ignacio Toccalino was credited with three goals and Eduardo Novillo Astrada scored once in the loss.

Thanks a lot: Alex Webbe

Prof. Paola A Maldonado Maquin

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