|Mon 5th Aug 2019|
Neil Hobday to Leave Guards
CEO announces he is to leave Guards Polo Club at the end of the season
The Chairman of Guards Polo Club, Mr Brian Stein, would like to inform all members, sponsors and stakeholders that the CEO, Neil Hobday, has decided to leave the Club at the end of the season. Neil arrived in June 2011 and has been instrumental in improving the grounds, delivering the grounds at Flemish Farm and securing the grounds at Coworth Park. The financial performance of the Club has seen steady growth and the clubhouse hospitality has been a great success under Mosimann’s management.
Neil would like to add the following: “I am very proud of my nine seasons at Guards, I made a lot of friends and I look forward to coming back to Smith’s Lawn to watch the best polo on the best fields. I must thank Brian and his fellow directors for their support and encouragement during my time here.”
The Club continues to push forward its ambitious plans for grounds development and as always seeks to improve all operational areas.
Brian adds: "We wish Neil and his family a successful and prosperous future and look forward to welcoming Neil back in the years ahead as a member”
Neil will attend his last official function at the Chairman’s Awards Dinner.
Photograph: Guards Polo Club has announced that Neil Hobday will leave Guards at the end of this season. By ©www.imagesofpolo.com