Making it to the finals to defent their title Huntington/Apes HIll entered the 2016 British Ladies Polo Championship for another year, with a tough lineup to beat. Six teams entered the 2016 British Ladies Polo Championship, sponsored for the first year by City & Country, the market leading heritage developer in the UK and the company responsible for the stunning restoration of the Grade II Listed King Edward VII former sanatorium on the outskirts of Midhurst, less than three miles from Cowdray Park Polo Club.Cowdray Vikings made it to the Final on 16th July to face 2015 British Ladies
In 1996, Patrick Guerrand-Hermes, a creative and visionary man, had the idea to open the world of polo up to a large number of people, making it more affordable for both players and fans. In order to make his dream come true, he founded the biggest polo club France has ever seen, the Polo Club du Domaine in Chantilly, currently one of the most important polo clubs in Europe.Ladies have also a place at Chantilly: the Ladies French Open was launched five years ago and has been a great success. The 16-goal tournament (ladies handicap) welcomes big names in ladies polo.
Saturday the 9th of May was the biggest day in Sir Charles Williams’s life to date! Owner of the prestigious Apes Hill Club in Barbados at the age of 82 and 166 days he became the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™
The Elliot Williams Memorial Game between the all Williams Team and Apes Hill Black. The All Williams team won with a 2-1 victory.
Sir Charles Williams (0)
Teddy Williams (3)
Stephen Williams (1)
Oliver Williams (1)
Philip Atwell (0)
Stewart Gill (1)
Jamie Dickson (3)