Petersham Bowl

During the week a busy schedule of group matches took place with teams playing for a place in Sunday's Finals. Overall the tournament was very close with all six teams with a genuine chance of winning the tournament.

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Sunday's Final had Vendetta and Fergus Homes. Garrie Renucci's Vendetta have had a successful 2018 Season so far having already won the mixed doubles tournament.

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In the final Vendetta displayed a dominant performance with professional Jimmy Wood playing a key role. Pablo Marin came on in the second chukka in place of Garrie Renucci and played well at the front putting away several goals. In the end Vendetta were too strong for Fergus Homes and at the final bell they were still ahead 7 goals to 4.

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 Best playing pony award was presented by Blackdown Equine Clinic and was won by Honey ridden by Jimmy Wood.

Best playing pony award was presented by Blackdown Equine Clinic and was won by Honey ridden by Jimmy Wood.

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In the subsidiary final Belvedere Consulting played Impavido. Both teams had only narrowly lost one of their group games to miss out on the final. Belvedere Consulting had an altered lineup with Jason Warren taking Ali Paterson's place as team professional.

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The subsidiary final was similar to the main final with Impavido this time dominating play. Migual Ayala, the Impavido professional covered the ground very well picking up the ball and sending his team forward. In the end Impavido took the win for the John Player Plate. 

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In the tertiary final Jet Set played Mavericks. Both of these teams were unlucky to have not progressed further in the tournament. At the end of the match neither team could gain the winning advantage with a draw at 5 goals all.