Tag Archives: RSPC

MOP-ing

Having thought my polo season was Covfefe, suddenly I’m playing in the Malaysian Open Polo that starts this week.    RMPA President Dato’ Mohamed Moiz wanted to support this tournament, and combined with Dato’ Syed Budriz of 1 Selangor, to form … Continue reading

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Another One Bites The Dust

The MPA Cup got canned, just like the RMS Gold Cup.  These May dates must be jinxed.  First it was to have been the Malaysian Open, then the ZT or RMS Gold Cup, and now the MPA Cup, all cancelled … Continue reading

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The Comeback

Yesterday was a little better for my RSPC team.  We beat Hong Kong 7 – 4 1/2.  Shaik Reismann was very good, controlling the game and making key plays all afternoon.  Matt O’Leary was very good for Hong Kong, but … Continue reading

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Thrashed

Having shifted the first game of the RSPC Tempawan Cup to Friday, we decided to take no chances and played in the morning.  Good thing too, as it is raining now as I write this on Friday afternoon.  Malaysia were … Continue reading

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Rain, Rain, Go Away

The monsoon season seems to be on extension.  It is almost May, yet we have hardly played polo this season in Kuala Lumpur.   The Royal Selangor Polo Club took the opportunity to play on Monday morning, being a public holiday.  … Continue reading

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Club Chukkas

It was a pity the final of the RMPA Polo Masters presented by Maserati was rained off.  La Sarita had won both our matches very easily, with scoring 15 goals and having only two scored against us.  Yup, we had … Continue reading

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Vale: Sunny Hale

It was a shock, a bolt from the blue, to hear that Sunny Hale had passed away.  I saw her just last month, in Thailand.  The Malaysian team was playing at the Thai Open, practicing for the World Cup play-off.  … Continue reading

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More Postponements

With Putrajaya’s field being totally returfed, it will not be playable till the SEA Games. Now the Malaysian Open has been officially postponed.  I should have seen it coming. 

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It’s Over

My run of back-to-back World Cups is finally over and as I wrap up in Pattaya, I contemplate what is next. Normally it would be my time to get myself ready to play in the Merdeka League.  But with insufficient … Continue reading

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Ever Upward

We have made through the qualifying games of the Fortune Heights FIP Snow Polo World Cup with very few casualties.  I am happy to report that the horses are holding up very well, but there are a few combatants who … Continue reading

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Bring On 2017

As the lights go down on 2016, my wrap-up blog post can go in two directions:  a) it has been a good year, with much achieved, or b) it has been a hard year, with the slowdown in retail in … Continue reading

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Fair Play

The Festival of Polo and my 5th and final Malaysian Ladies Polo Championship was a huge success in terms of it being a social event.  With three teams, the Pink Polo was not the best format, but the final two … Continue reading

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