Events

Umpire Clinic

Being held Friday evening 23 November 2018 at Tamar Grounds –  “Edinburgh Park” 401 Gravelly Beach Road, Gravelly Beach, Tas from 7pm – 9pm.

We would like to see present umpires attend to do a refresher as there has been some rules changes over the years.

We  encourage people to attend who do not wish to do their ticket as we will be going over the rules & amendments prior to the test. A better understanding of the rules helps all involved. (Players & Umpires)

We will commence with a run through of  the rule book particularly looking at penalties and rules that most people commonly get wrong and then split into groups to complete tests. (If all the Umpiring Committee could attend, that would be fantastic)

We will print up and supply each attendee a current rules book with the amendments.

Meals will be available from the canteen from 6:00pm.


Australian Nationals

The Australian National Polocrosse Championships held in Swan Valley in Perth, Western Australia have just wrapped up.

New South Wales was victorious in seven grades, Queensland won three grades, and Victoria and Western Australia each won one grade. NSW’s Senior Men beat Queensland 40-18, while QLD’s Senior Women and Senior Mixed teams both won.

Best Horse and Rider and Best Australian Stock Horse in Senior Men and Women went to two players on the Australian World Cup team: Abbott Grills (NSW) on Berragoon Percussion (also winning Best Overall Horse and Rider combination) and Lauren Sillitoe (QLD) on Rosebrook Diamonte.

Best Senior Men’s position awards went to: Number 1: Jimmy Grills, Number 2: Abbott Grills and Number 3: Will Weston, all players on the Australian World Cup team. Best Overall Male Player was Will Weston.

Best open women’s players (1-3) were Lauren Sillitoe, Lindsey Doolan, Beth Hafey, with two of these three on the Australian World Cup team.

Click here for the all the results and photos from the championship


Justin Haffey Clinic  8th -10 January 2019


Girl Talk

To register your interest head on over to the Polocrosse 365 website


World Cup in Warwick 2019

 

 

 

 

Celebrating 80 years of polocrosse in 2019, the Adina Polocrosse World Cup 2019 will bring players from eight countries – Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, UK, Ireland, Zambia and Zimbabwe – to southern Queensland to see which team reigns supreme. As current world champions, South Africa will be fighting to hold onto the title, while former champions, Australia, will use their home turf and supporters to their advantage to try and take it back!

The event takes place over 7 days at Morgan Park in Warwick, with spectator numbers expected to be in the tens of thousands for this world class event. While the horses and riders show off their talents on the field, spectators will get an up close and personal experience from the sidelines where they can literally smell the sweat on the horses!

Follow the official Adina Polocrosse World Cup social media accounts to keep up with all that’s happening!

Facebook page: Warwick Polocrosse Club
Facebook event: Adina Polocrosse World Cup 2019
Instagram: @polocrossewc2019
YouTube: Adina Polocrosse World Cup 2019

For the latest on the 2019 World Cup in Warwick go to:
https://polocrosseworldcup.com.au