Umvoti Polocrosse players in high goal event

2017-06-21 06:01
                                                       PHOTO:Shannon GilsonJacqui Minnar of Greytown, in action against a ladies team from the United Kingdom, will be one of the high ranked players taking part in the Land Rover tournament.

PHOTO:Shannon GilsonJacqui Minnar of Greytown, in action against a ladies team from the United Kingdom, will be one of the high ranked players taking part in the Land Rover tournament.

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THE Umvoti Polocrosse team will be taking part in the Land Rover high goal polocrosse tournament at Shongweni Club Durban from 23 to 25 July.
Eight teams (four ladies and four men) of South Africa’s top players will be showcasing their talents. Each team consists of six highly ranked players.

In polocrosse, each player is given a handicap, indicating his or her level of skills, ranging from 0 (beginner) to 10 (highest ranking). In a high goal competition, the team’s total combined handicap must average between 42 and 45 for men’s teams and 26-28 for the ladies teams.

The Land Rover High Goal will see world-class polocrosse action daily between 8 am and 4.30 pm with six games per day.
Each game is divided into six-minute chukkas alternating between the men’s and women’s teams.
The format ensures a fast-paced, action-packed game, providing great family entertainment.

This event will be a perfect family outing, with vendors on the outskirts, jumping castles and kiddies entertainment, as well as festivities in the evening after the day’s matches.

For more information, visit the Facebook page, Land Rover Durban High Goal Polocrosse 2017.

 

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