Monthly Archives: February 2017

Vale: Sunny Hale

It was a shock, a bolt from the blue, to hear that Sunny Hale had passed away.  I saw her just last month, in Thailand.  The Malaysian team was playing at the Thai Open, practicing for the World Cup play-off.  … Continue reading

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Zeros

In Malaysia’s, the most players of the same handicap are the zeros.  Of 307 registered players, 65 or 25% of all players play off a handicap of 0 goals.  It is also the handicap with the widest range. There are … Continue reading

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Standard Practice

Sometimes I forget how far we have come with polo in Malaysia.  Our tournaments are professionally managed and independent, professional umpires are brought in by the RMPA for our tournaments.  I was reminded that it is not the case worldwide … Continue reading

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More Postponements

With Putrajaya’s field being totally returfed, it will not be playable till the SEA Games. Now the Malaysian Open has been officially postponed.  I should have seen it coming. 

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It’s Over

My run of back-to-back World Cups is finally over and as I wrap up in Pattaya, I contemplate what is next. Normally it would be my time to get myself ready to play in the Merdeka League.  But with insufficient … Continue reading

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