The Gentleman Magazine Issue 3 | June/July - Page 61

A great piece of play by El Remanso was thwarted by Ulloa, the whistle blew and a 60 yard penalty was awarded to the blue shirts, the resulting high and accurate shot from Beim increasing El Remanso’s lead to 10-6. The final chukka opened with Beim winning the ball from the throw-in; Cudmore was swiftly onto it, making a neat goal and 11-6. The action remained swift and dynamic. A 60 yard penalty was awarded to Murus Sanctus which Ulloa sent hard and straight to score once more. From the throw-in Ulloa and Podesta tried to outmanoeuvre El Remanso but Cudmore stole the ball away and made a long drive. Ulloa raced to intercept it and passed to his patron who was waiting out in front. A marvellous run all the way to the goal gave Corinne Ricard a well-deserved hat trick, but too late to prevent a convincing win by El Remanso on a final score of 11-8. Clare Milford Haven presented the James Wentworth Memorial Cup to Charlie Hanbury and prizes to all players were presented by Lady Milford Haven and Zahra Kassim-Lakha, Director Jaeger-LeCoultre UK and Global Strategy. The award for Best Playing Pony went to James Beim’s Kimberley. Players and spectators were invited to join in a Happy Hour following the match, courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre, which was much enjoyed in glorious evening sunshine. The Gentleman Magazine | 61