|Mon 11th Feb 2013|
Arena Test Match teams revealed
Chris Hyde and Jamie Morrison will go head-to-head in the arena at Hickstead in March
THE TEAMS HAVE been announced for the International Arena Test Match at Hickstead next month.
The 23-goal England team will be captained by nine-goaler Chris Hyde, who will be joined by seven-goalers Tarquin Southwell and Roddy Williams. They will take on the 22-goal British Isles side, led by eight-goaler Jamie Morrison and also featuring Seb Dawnay (8) and Maurice Ormerod (6).
The Test Match will be hosted by the All England Polo Club on 2 March. England will be hoping to achieve their sixth consecutive arena Test Match win, after Hyde led the team to victory against the USA in last year's match to win the Bryan Morrison Trophy.
Prior to the main Test Match, Wales, led by Ricky Cooper, will take on the Commonwealth in the Clogau 12-goal Challenge.
Tickets for the Test Match are now on sale, and can be bought here.
Photograph: Jamie Morrison, who will captain the British Isles team at the International Arena Test Match. By Kian Gheissari
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