|Tue 21st May 2019|
The Copenhagen Cup
Wellington College triumph at Guards
On Sunday 19 May, before The La Martina Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s Centenary Trophy, the annual Copenhagen Cup was played for, with a great display of youth teams. In The Copenhagen Cup Final Wellington College defeated Harrow 5-4, Hugo Taylor’s Dolfina Milla was awarded the La Martina Best Playing Pony rug and Louis Hine received The Polo Magazine Most Valuable Player Award. The Copenhagen Cup Subsidiary Final saw Rugby defeat Millfield 4½-1. Also played on Sunday were The Copenhagen Shield Final and Subsidiary Final. In the Final narrowly defeated Eton 4-3½, whilst Heathfield Diamonds defeated Marlborough College 7-2.
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Copenhagen Cup Teams:
Harrow (-3): Marc Lindgren (-2), Dougal Barr (-2), Michael Fitzgibbon (-1) & Hugo Taylor (2)
Millfield (-2): Jemima Heffron (-1), Armand Le Page (-1), Gabriel Iglesias (0) & Harry Fuller (0)
Rugby School (-4): Amin Fazal (-2), Ned Ponsonby (-2), Fred Thame (0) & Toby Bradshaw (0)
Wellington College (0): Will Drewitt (-1), Jakob Samonig (-1), Louis Hine (0) & Ned Hine (2)
Copenhagen Shield Teams:
Eton (-5): Tad Sikorski (-2), Seb Stanga (-2), Harrison Murphy (-1) & Tom Jodrell (0)
Heathfield Diamonds (-7): Kiki Severn (-1), Victoria Schneider (-2), Minty Clarry (-2) & Kitty Clarry (-2)
Marlborough College (-5): Cyriaque Genest (-2), Harry Alexander (-2), Eloise Fanshawe (-1) & William Millard (0)
Stowe (-4): Jamie Baillie (-1), Billy Hawkins Byass (-2), Henry Hobby (-1) & Ivan de Poligny (0)
Photograph: Wellington Collage, winners of The Copenhagen Cup. By ©www.imagesofpolo.com