Windsor Polo Club has kicked off its spring season the past two weekends, holding tournaments for the Sydney and surrounding regions.
Around the ground there has been upgrades made to the facilities.
The club did plenty of work over the off-season, which included adding power to the scoreboard and centre hut, no longer relying on a generator, and fixing the worst parts of the driveway, planning to complete the rest of it next off-season.
WPC is also kicking off a new initiative whereby people can sponsor or buy the naming rights of some of the upcoming tournaments.
This Saturday and Sunday, September 14 and 15, Riverlands Polo will be holding a tournament. Grades 8g, 4g, 0g and Subz will play, with 8g having five chukkas and the rest four.
The WPC clubhouse will be open all day for refreshments and food.
Nominations for the the JK McKay 12 goal Tournament and the Hawkesbury Cup 8 goal are now being accepted through the WPC website. Teams will play three games to be scheduled from Wednesday, October 9 through to Sunday, October 13.
Check out pictures from Riverlands Blue and Sydney Polo Clubs A Grade match this past Saturday, September 7 here.
Season opener on Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1.
Town and Country defeated Riverlands Blue 12-9.
Town and Country team:
- Rowena Rainger
- Steve Barnard
- Shannon Booth
- Tommy Martin
Jones & Co Builders defeated Sydney Polo Club 10-9.
Jones & Co Builders team:
- Ben Jones
- Chloe Jones
- Blake Reid
- Enzo Mascart
Portsdown defeated Windsor Orange 6-4.
- Kim McDougall
- Zihan Ahmed
- Luke Gunning
- David Wilkins/Earl Herbert
Week two tournament on Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8.
Precinct 75 defeated Sydney Polo 8-6.
Precinct 75 team:
- Sam Osborne
- Jason Varker-Miles
- Luke O'Leary
Portsdown defeated Windsor Orange and Riverlands White in a round robin.
- Kim McDougall
- Adam Meally
- Fletcher Thew
- David Wilkins
Starr Partners defeated Nite Watchers 6-3.
Starr Partners team:
- Alec Buchert
- Guthrie Williamson
- Mike Barker
- Adam Buchert