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Zacara and El Remanso in the final

Yesterday Facundo Pieres (+10), Lyndon Lea (+1), Rodrigo Andrade (+8) and Matt Perry (+3) of team Zacara prevailed against team Dubai with Adolfo Cambiaso (+10), winning 12-8 in the final of the 2013 Queen’s Cup.
After the first chukker Team Zacara with Lyndon Lea already took the lead and from then on dominated the match. Especially Facundo Pieres (+10) was at his best. At half-time the score was 7-3 in favor of Zacara. During the second half of the match the defending champion Dubai came back into match, but could not fight off Zacara’s superiority and had to acknowledge defeat.
On Sunday, June 16th, Zacara encounters team El Remanso in the final at three pm (local time). George Hanbury (+3), David Stirling (+10), Guillermo Terrera (+7) and Ali Patterson (+2) were way out in the front of yesterday’s second semi-final and won by 15-10. In the first half of the match Adrian Kirby (+1), Francisco Elizalde (+7), Chris MacKenzie (+5) and Eduardo Novillo Astrada (+9) of team Cortium-Jaeger-LeCoultre set the agenda, but in the third chukker El Remanso won the lead. They retained it and the final score was 15-10 in favor of El Remanso.
The Cartier Queen’s Cup is being held at the Guards Polo Club since 1960. The high goal tournament at Windsor Park is one of the highlights of the British polo season. The prize trophy is traditionally presented the winning team by the Queen herself.

The Teams:
League One
Dubai (+22)
Rashid Albwardy (+2)
Alec White (+3)
Nicolas Pieres (+7)
Adolfo Cambiaso (+10)
El Remanso (+22)
George Hanbury (+3)
David Stirling (+10)
Guillermo Terrera (+7)
Ali Patterson (+2)
Emlor (+22)
Spencer McCarthy (+2)
Joaquin Pittaluga (+7)
Luke Tomlinson (+7)
Nacho Gonzalez (+6)
Enigma Polo Team (+22)
Charlie Hanbury (+4)
Guillermo Caset (+10)
Guillermo Willington (+7)
Jerome Wirth (+1)
League Two
EFG Bank Aravali (+22)
Karan Thapar (0)
Mark Tomlinson (+6)
Javier Novillo Astrada (+8)
Jaime Huidobro (+8)
Les Lions (+22)
Henry Fisher (+3)
Agustin Merlos (+9)
Sebastian Merlos (+10)
Joachim Gottschalk (0)
Zacara (+22)
Facundo Pieres (+10)
Lyndon Lea (+1)
Rodrigo Andrade (+8)
Matt Perry (+3)
Twelve Oaks (+22)
Christian Laprida (+8)
Ignacio Laprida (+7)
Marcos Di Paola (+7)
Stefano Marsaglia (0)
League Three
Black Bears (+22)
Guy Schwarzenbach (+2)
Nachi du Plessis (+8)
John Paul Clarkin (+8)
Paco O’Dwyer (+4)
La Bamba de Areco (+22)
Jean-Francois Decaux (0)
Pablo Pieres (+8)
Gonzalito Pieres (+10)
Oliver Cudmore (+4)
Salkeld (+21)
Nick Clarke (0)
Max Routledge (+5)
James Beim (+7)
Miguel Novillo Astrada (+9)
UAE Polo Team (+22)
HH Sheika Maitha M Rashid Al Maktoum (0)
Lucas Monteverde (+8)
Pablo Macdonough (+10)
Jack Richardson (+4)
League Four
Talandracas (+22)
Edouard Carmignac (0)
TBC (+5)
Lucas James (+7)
Juan Martin Nero (+10)
Sumaya (+22)
Ahmad Aboughazale (+1)
Facundo Sola (+8)
Hilario Ulloa (+9)
Tomas Garbarini (+4)
HB Polo (+21)
Ludovic Pailloncy (+1)
Ignacio Toccalino (+8)
Juan Ignacio „Pite“ Merlos (+9)
Sebastian Pailloncy (+3)
Cortium-Jaeger-LeCoultre (+22)
Adrian Kirby (+1)
Francisco Elizalde (+7)
Chris MacKenzie (+5)
Eduardo Novillo Astrada (+9)

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