W ell, the wild spring weather has arrived concurrent with the spring season of polo at LCPC. First on slate was the $5,000 Bob Moore Construction Cup. The tournament was kicked off with a genuine Argentine barbeque held on field one immediately following the first match. Despite threats of severe weather in the area, LCPC was spared, and the bbq was a popular and enjoyable affair.
This 8-12 goal tournament was originally supposed to run May 3-14, but lots of wet weather pushed it back to May 11-21, and now rain has delayed the finals to an as-of-yet undetermined date. The tournament roster is as follows:
Sunday May 14 saw two matches of the tournament: at 2pm, on field 2, Intertrade met Crosswood , and at 5pm on field 1 , Stover Creek faced Mallethead . The weather was fabulous, and the fields played beautifully.
The finals will be CMC versus Mallethead, with the consolation finals seeing Margaritaville taking on Crosswood.
The next tournament on slate: The 8-12 goal $10,000 Merrill Lynch Challenge.
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