Rajmata Gayatri Devi Memorial Cup : Day 2
17 January 2018 | Jaipur
Rajmata Gayatri Devi Memorial Cup (10 Goals) sponsored by Rambagh Palace Jaipur cheerfully wrapped up its Day 2 with overall four matches out of which , the first two took place at the Cavalry Ground and the other two at RPC ground.
Scores: 61 Cavalry 8 | Mustang 9
The second match took place between Polo Inn & Suites and Mumbai Polo Mumbai Polo defeated the other with a total score of 8 in which Abhimanyu Pathak scored the maximum. He scored a total of six goals whereas the rest two goals were struck by Br Kartikey of Jodhpur and Simran Shergill. Only Angad Kalaan from Polo Inn & Suites scored a total of three goals for his team.
Polo Inn & Suites 3 | Mumbai Polo 8
The third match took place at RPC ground between Bedla Polo and Chandna Group In the first chukker Pierre Henri Ngoumou and Bhawani Kalvi scored one goal each whereas Samir Suhag scored two goals. The second chukker saw Pierre Henri Ngoumou and Sidhant Sharma scoring a goal each. The third chukker had the maximum goal struck with Salim Azmi scoring a total of three goals and Samir Suhag, Bhawani Kalvi and Sidhant Sharma scoring a goal each followed by the final chukker with Ashok Chandana and Rao Himmat Singh Bedla scoring a goal each. Bedla Polo defeated Chandna Group with a score of 8½-6.
Bedla Polo 8 1/2 | Chandna Group 6
The fourth and final match of Day 3 took place at RPC ground between Sahara Warriors and Piramal Polo.The first chukker was dominated by Dhruvpal Godara who scored two goals whereas HH Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh Of Jodhpur, Vishal Singh and Shamsheer Ali scored one goal each. The second chukker was dominated by Dhruvpal Godara again with two goals and this time Matthew Perry scored a goal as well. This was followed by the third chukker where Matthew Perry again scored, a total of two goals and Vishal Singh and Dhruvpal Godara scoring a goal each. The fourth and final chukker saw HH Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh Of Jaipur, Matthew Perry, Shamsheer Ali scoring a goal each and Dhruvpal Godara scored two goals. The match ended in the favour of Piramal Polo with a score line of 9-8.
Sahara Warriors 8 | Piramal Polo 9