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The Adina Polocrosse World Cup comes to Warwick

Adina Polocrosse World Cup - © Joe McInally

Adina Polocrosse World Cup.

© Joe McInally


See the world’s best battle it out at the Adina Polocrosse World Cup, taking place in Warwick, QLD from 22-28 April 2019.

In a game where skill, power, toughness, agility, and pace dominate, polocrosse will have spectators engrossed in the innate competitiveness of horse and human. Fighting for control of the ball, players from scrum-like pack, using the supreme power and agility of purpose-bred horses to break free. Feel the ground rumble as player and horse thunder down the pitch, skilfully manoeuvring through the defence in an attempt to revel in the glory of a goal.

As one of only three Australian-made sports (alongside AFL and Campdraft), the 2019 Polocrosse World Cup is one of the world’s greatest horse events. The World Cup will be contested by teams from eight countries – Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, UK, Ireland, Zambia and Zimbabwe – and will be the largest international sporting event ever held in rural Australia, attracting 300 competitors from around the world, 2,000 international guests and 60,000 spectators.

An event that no Australian sports fan or horse lover should miss!

For more details and to buy your ticket, visit the website www.polocrosseworldcup.com.au


Warwick Polocrosse Club main field at dawn. © Joe McInally

Warwick Polocrosse Club main field at dawn.

© Joe McInally


Source: Event press release





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