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2011 News

Kent and Arden Dominate at Pennine

Pennine Polocrosse Club

Kent and Arden dominated the prizes at a very sunny Pennine tournament, winning four of the 5 grade between them and finishing second in two of them as well. Kent claimed the A grade from Highlanders and then did a one-two in the B grade as their two B grades sections fought out the final. Read more…

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UK Beat Ireland in Tense Battle


The UK polocrosse team continued their good warm up for the World Cup by defeating Ireland 2-0 in their final test match series before the competition begins on the 8th of July. However, they were pushed all the way in the second test match and only emerged victorious by one goal as the Irish fought Read more…

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OJPolo Named as Sponsors for UK Polocrosse Team


The clothing company OJPolo have been named as the title sponsor for the UK’s own Polocrosse team in the forthcoming World Cup which is being held at Onley Grounds Equestrian Centre near Rugby in the UK from the 8th to the 17th of July. OJPolo will produce a unique kit for the UK team as Read more…

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UK Sports Minister Pays Visit to Kent Target

Kent Target

The Kent Target tournament on the 28th and 29th of May had a special guest to present the prizes as the Minister for Sport and the Olympics, Hugh Robertson, turned up to watch the UK Polocrosse team play a match as part of their warm up for the World Cup in a month’s time and Read more…

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World Cup Committee Announce Sky Sports and H&C TV Deal

The final stages of the 2011 Polocrosse World Cup will be broadcast on Sky Sports and Horse & Country TV after the organisers announced a deal to film and broadcast matches from the competition series. The Polocrosse World Cup takes place at Onley Grounds Equestrian Centre in Warwickshire from the 8th to the 17th of Read more…

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Ireland Name Their World Cup Team

IPA logo

Ireland have named their World Cup team for the fast approaching 2011 World Cup, completing the line up of the eight teams for the competition. Ireland waited until after their recent test match series with the UK to name the final team and during those three test matches they switched around between different members of Read more…

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NSW Dominate at the Barastoc Interstate Series


New South Wales dominated the Barastoc Interstate Series, played mainly between themselves and Queensland, though there were also teams competing from New Zealand, South Australia and Victoria. NSW took nearly every grade that was going, yielding just two to the claret clad players of Queensland. However, the fact that it was the junior boys and Read more…

Filed under 2011, International