Winner: Chester Polo beat A. W. Jenkinson by 7 goals to 6.
Most Valuable Player: Oliver Conway Johnson
Best Playing Pony: “Galliano” owned and ridden by Cristian Chaves
Wirral Challenge Cup
Very warm weather greeted spectators and players alike but everyone enjoyed a champagne reception followed by lunch and tea in the marquee for the final of the Wirral Challenge Cup taking place on Sunday 3rd June between Chester Polo v. A.W. Jenkinson for the sought after Wirral Challenge Cup. Chester quickly opened the scoring but A. W. Jenkinson struck back and it was pretty even up until half-time when Chester took a 2 goal lead mainly due to their good team work and accuracy in front of the goal. A.W. Jenkinson held their own and drew level in the final chukka until a 60 yard penalty by Mike Henderson secured a win for Chester Polo. The Wirral Challenge Cup and prizes were presented to Richard Thomas patron of the winning team by Rachel Kidd wife of our Chairman Martin Kidd and to Oliver Conway Johnson the Most Valuable Player and to Best Playing Pony “Galliano” owned and ridden by Cristian chaves.
The Jubilee Cup Final was won by Rockefellers. Prizes were presented by Leanne of Opulent Travel Limited to patron Nicky Mayhew and to George Smith Most Valuable Player and to Charlie Walton’s “Tordo” Best Playing Pony.
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