|Thu 1st Nov 2012|
England to face the US later this month
Two teams of English players have been confirmed to play in Florida
THE HPA HAVE confirmed that two English teams will play against two US teams in Florida this month. Marc and Melissa Ganzi have invited a men's and a women's team to play at Grand Champions Polo Club on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November.
The men's team of captain Tom Morley, Jack Richardson, Max Routledge and Richard Le Poer will play for the International Cup against Marc Ganzi's US team, which will also feature Nic Roldan, Jeff Hall and Mason Wroe.
The women's team will be captained by Nina Clarkin and will also feature Sarah Wiseman, Claire Donnelly and Hazel Jackson. They will play a US team patroned by Melissa Ganzi.
England's men won three of their four international Test Matches last summer, narrowly beating Marc Ganzi's USA team, which featured Nic Roldan and Jeff Hall, in the St Regis Test at Cowdray Park in May.
Photograph: Tom Morley, who will captain the England men's side in Florida. By Tony Ramirez, Images of Polo
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