The second part of the India International Women’s Polo Tour 2017 incorporated an effective week at Nasr Polo in Hyderabad, India. Nasr Polo gladly facilitated the primary International Women’s Arena Night Polo Tournament from January 11-14. Group USPA individuals led a progression of polo facilities for sprouting ladies polo players from all over India. “It’s been an outstanding week of ladies’ polo and we are all so inspired at the movement of the Indian women from the earliest starting point to the finish of the week,” said Team USPA part Stephanie Massey.

Group USPA’s Anna Winslow examines technique with Sonia Jabbar of Delhi, India.

The week finished in the finals of the main International Women’s Arena Night Polo Tournament and MP Cup. The MP Cup Final highlighted Team USPA and Nasr-India in an exciting match which kept the group of onlookers stuck to their seats with a quickly evolving score. Nasr-India made out of Team USPA players Stephanie Massey and Carly Persano, alongside Indian players Sonia Jabbar from Delhi and Rajvi Rao from Hyderabad, crushed Team USPA 12-11.

Group USPA and Nasr-India, every group made out of two Team USPA players and two Indian ladies’ players, posture with Nasr Polo individuals and Steven Armor (USPA Governor on the loose).

In the principal International Women’s Arena Night Polo Tournament, Nasr Polo Red made out of Team USPA players Audry Persano and Anna Winslow alongside nearby Indian players Namrata Kishore from Chennai and Chaya Vaibase from Hyderabad vanquished Nasr Polo Blue 12-11. “The women are a tremendous hit and making extraordinary steps. They drilled two young ladies’ players in Jaipur and enhanced the session of four ladies in Hyderabad. The movement and fervor level is recently astounding,” said USPA Governor everywhere Steven Armor.

In the first place International Women’s Arena Night Polo Tournament Champions: Nasr Polo Blue – Namrata Kishore, Chaya Vaibase, Audry Persano and Anna Winslow.

The India International Women’s Polo Tour otherwise called “Polo Yatra” is India’s national voyage through global ladies’ polo sorted out by Huntré! Equine. It communicates the USPA-drove activity to bolster, create and advance ladies’ polo in India. Taking after the competition in Hyderabad, the ladies’ visit will proceed in Imphal for the second Manipur Statehood Day Women’s Polo Tournament (January 16-21) at the memorable Mapal Kangjeibund Polo Grounds. Exhibited by the All Manipur Polo Association (AMPA) the competition will highlight four groups including Team USPA, Hurlingham Polo Association, Team India and AMPA Players of Manipur. Contrasting from a year ago’s competition design, this year Team USPA will have the chance to contend as a group.

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