The Duke played as part of the U.S. Polo Assn. team alongside Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, Clive Reid and Mark Tomlinson. The opposing Thomas Goode team was formed by Louisa Farrington Watt, Abdulla Boulsien, Second Lt Cadogan and Jack Richardson, with the BP Polo team made up of Joevy Beh, James Beh, Simon Arbour and Hugo Taylor.
In an exciting round robin format, it was the U.S Polo Assn team who won by two goals over the Thomas Goode and BP Polo teams to be victorious for the Out-Sourcing Inc. Cup.
Charlie Mayhew, Chief Executive of Tusk, commentated on behalf of the charities: "We are immensely grateful to The Duke for choosing to support the charities today. It has been an extremely challenging period for all charities and the funds raised from this event will provide a welcome boost to enable all the beneficiaries to continue their vital work."
Out-Sourcing Inc’s David M. Matsumoto said: “Out-Sourcing is honoured to sponsor today’s charity polo match. Knowing that this polo event will raise much needed funds for eight incredible charities aligns perfectly with the company’s own charitable ethos. Out-Sourcing focuses on creating platforms to highlight and support charitable endeavours across the world, including here in the UK.”
The day was made possible by the generous sponsors and event partners. Thank you to Out-Sourcing Inc, who assumed the role of title sponsor and have a long association with fundraising events such as this. Grateful thanks must also go to the other sponsors and supporters including; Guards Polo Club, U.S. Polo Assn., Thomas Goode, Audi, BP Polo, Mosimann, The Cox Family of Oklahoma, Ten x Fifteen Structures and Justerini & Brooks.