Teams to battle for glory at Manyatta Polo Club

Kenya Duma Izzy Voorspuy play against Brazil during 10-Goal International tournament at the Nairobi Polo Club on Friday, September 23, 2022. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

It will be another interesting afternoon as all Kenya internationals who featured in the 10-Goal-Kenya International Championships converge in Gilgil for the Lord Cranworth Cup at Manyatta Polo Club today.

The star players, who failed to stop a Four-Man-Brazilian team in three different matches, have been distributed into five different teams as each is out to wrestle the Lord Cranworth Cup.

Big guns Archie Voorspuy (3.5), Craig Millar (3.5), William Crowe(3), Jammie Murray (4.5), Raphael Nzomo(2.5) and Richie Stonewigg lead their respective sides in the fight for top honours in the Lord Cranworth Cup.

Voorspuy, who plays alongside his wife Izzy (Voorspuy), Geoff Morley and Fred Kambo are in the Tatua Demand side.

Nzomo (Raphael) together with Hansi Bruins, Omwakwe Arunga and Allstair James are in handicap 7 Blowpast team.

The high handicap 8 Ecospray side led by Stonewigg (Richie) Henry Limb, Stutti Millar and Jonathan Stichbury will start all their matches at the disadvantage of half fraction of a goal from their high handicap compared to their opponents.

Millar (Craig) and Crowe (William) and Murray (Jammie) lead EAPI, Jaguar Petroleum and Smartcrop respectively.

The first match will be between Smartcrop and Ecospray at 1pm ahead of Jaguar Vs Blowpost at 2pm and Tatua Vs EAPI at 3pm.

It will be tough in the Junior Championships as three teams also try their luck to win the title.

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