Scoring 5 objectives against two, Muscat Team won the championship which was held beneath the auspices of Salim Ali Wlad Wadi, head of the secretary general’s workplace of Royal Court Affairs. Brig Gen Abdulrazak Abdulqader Alshahwarzi, commander of Royal Cavalry, emphasised that the championship accomplished the objectives it sought and was effective with the participation of six teams from the Royal Cavalry.
Six knowledgeable Argentinian polo players competed in the championship for exchanging abilities and experience in polo game.
Brig Gen Alshahwarzi added that the Royal Cavalry’s players are prepared in terms of abilities and capabilities to take element in polo competitions abroad. They have expertise in playing in international championships prior to, the most current of which was final year, exactly where they won the championship held in Spain.
The final chukka in this polo championship was featured by difficult competitors in between Muscat team and Al Dhahirah Team.
Muscat Team scored 5 objectives against two objectives. At the finish of the championship, Wadi gave away prizes to the winning teams and Muscat Team won the championship, although Al Dhahirah Team came second, Al Batinah Team came third.
Rider Mazin al Balushi from Muscat Team was named the ‘Championship’s Top Scorer’.
Information Source: Muscat Daily