Las Plantas and Berlinosos Celebrated in the Cote d´Azur Polo Cup

Saint-Tropez – Aug. 13, 2018 – On Sunday the Cote d’Azur Cup came to an end at the Polo Club Saint Tropez. The tournament featured a total of 12 teams split into two categories: up to 18 and up to 10 goals of handicap. Several outstanding players such as Gonzalo Pieres -champion of the 18 goals-, Polito Pieres, Nico Pieres, Agustín García Grossi, Frankie Menéndez, Nito Uranga and Jota Chavanne participated in this edition.

Las Plantas Polo Team. Photo: Matias Callejo
Las Plantas Polo Team. Photo: Matias Callejo

Guests at Polo Club Saint Tropez enjoyed quality polo and the live streaming via PoloLine.Tv. Las Plantas won the 18-goals title, in the 10-goal, Berlinosos claim the win. After the matches, everybody had fun with a new edition of the usual “Sunday Polo”, in this opportunity its motto was “La Nuit Argentine”.

Gonzalo Pieres. Photo: Matias Callejo
Gonzalo Pieres. Photo: Matias Callejo
Gonzalo Pieres. Photo: Matias Callejo
Gonzalo Pieres. Photo: Matias Callejo

18-GOALS CATEGORY

Las Plantas def. La Bien Mirada 11-10.5

• Las Plantas: Peter Kis 0, Matías Nigoul 4, Gonzalo Pieres 10, Silvestre Fanelli 4. Total: 18.

• La Bien Mirada: Fabio Meier 1, Pato Bolanterio 4, Pedro Fernández Llorente 5, Frankie Menéndez 7. Total: 17.

• Umpires: Esteban Ferrari y Peter Wright.

• Top Scorers of the Final: Frankie Menéndez (8 goals), Gonzalito Pieres (6 goals).

• MVPs: Nicky Sen & Fabio Meier.

• BPP: Element. played by Gonzalito Pieres.

Berlinosos. Photo: Matias Callejo
Berlinosos. Photo: Matias Callejo

10-GOAL CATEGORY

Berlinosos def. Nocheros 7-6

• Berlinosos: Clarisa Marggraf 0, Nico Wollenberg 0, Jota Chavanne 5, Manuel Elizalde 5. Total: 10.

• Los Nocheros: Sebastian Schneberger 1, Niklas Steinle 1, Max Bosch 3, Valentin Novillo Astrada 5. Total: 10.

• Battistoni: Alessandro Barnaba -1, Pierre Jauretche 2, Nacho Garrahan 3, Pablo Jauretche 6. Total: 10.

• Umpires: Alex Roldan & Ben Turner.

• Top Scorer of the Final: Manuel Elizalde (4 goals).

• MVPs: Clarisa Marggraf y Basti Schneberger.

• BPP: Timba. played by Manuel Elizalde.

 

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