Siaana defeated Regent 9-7 to win the USPA Ringling Cup in the final polo match of the season April 7.
Francisco Llosa scored six goals to lead the way for Siaana. Mark Gutierrez scored a pair of goals, and Jason Pascarella added a goal.
Brent Mirikitani scored five goals to lead the way for Regent. Jon-Luke Beck and Matt Sekera each added a goal.
Llosa was named the Most Valuable Professional, and Beck was named the Most Valuable Amateur.
Llosa also received the Best Playing Pony Award for his horse Easy’s performance in the fifth chukker.
A chukker begins, and many plays resume, with
the umpire bowling the ball between the two ready teams.
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