"Hesketh" meets "Dr. Abdulrahman" in the Al Habtoor Polo Championship

Maitha bint Mohammed leads the Emirates team in the face of "Mahra"

The UAE team has a strong opportunity to continue in the championship.

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Her Highness Sheikha Maitha bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is leading the UAE team against the "Mahra" team led by Rashid Al Habtoor, in the second round of the Al Habtoor Polo Championship.

Today's match will be the second appearance of the UAE team in the 2020/2021 polo season, and the round will also witness a second match between the two "Hesketh" teams led by Laura Deacon, with the team "Dr. Abdul Rahman" led by Mohammed Al Habtoor.

The parties of the two matches are seeking to win and secure passage to the golden square of the tournament, to be held the day after tomorrow, during the morning and evening sessions on the grounds of the Al Habtoor Polo Club and Resort, which hosts the competitions of this tournament, with the participation of eight teams distributed into two groups.

The Emirates team is striving with great ambition to surpass Mahra’s team, which suffered a loss in the first round against Green Gates by eight goals to three.

The same team also hopes to secure qualification, which will make the match more difficult for both parties.

The "Mahra" team includes many national players, most of them from the Al Habtoor family, along with Gesento Amdori.

On the other hand, the UAE team, led by Her Highness Sheikha Maitha bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, includes distinguished players such as Martin Biz Arrow, Santos Eriati and Pablo Okwiza.

The second match will not differ from the previous one in terms of ambition to win and wishing to reach the golden square.

It is noteworthy that the two teams stumbled in the first round, with ambitions to compensate them to renew the chance of survival.

• The Emirates team is looking forward today to finalizing its qualification to the Golden Square.

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