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Monday, 13 July 2015

Prince of Wales Polo Cup 2015 - A Royal Legacy @powcup #Johannesburg

Hi Guys,

In 1925 His Royal Highness Prince Edward of Wales toured South Africa and played in a series of polo matches as he experienced the magic of Africa through the sport of kings. At the end of his visit he donated a cup that was to become the centerpiece of the tournament we know today, starting a long history of South African polo at its best. As one of the prime events on the polo calendar, the Prince of Wales Cup has a lot riding on it for the South African polo community. The best players in the country compete in their provincial teams for the prestigious cup and the honour of being chosen for the South African national team.

Previously held in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, the event found its way to Johannesburg in 2014. Taking place on the last weekend of August every year, this celebrated three-day tournament attracts polo fans, seasoned aficionados of the polo lifestyle and newcomers looking to experience this royal sport in a discerning way. The Prince of Wales Polo Cup has added a sophisticated new layer to polo by embracing the unique style and vibrant energy of the City of Gold, Johannesburg. 
After a huge successful tournament last year, Mr Concierge and the South African Polo Association is proud to consecutively bring the Prince of Wales Polo Cup to the Waterfall Polo fields, Johannesburg again paying tribute to the art of polo and creating an event worthy of the title the sport of kings.. Whether guests prefer the exclusive West Bank fine dining experience for business or pleasure, or the less formal East Bank in the sun with friends and family, there’s a little bit of decadence for everyone.

With the 2015 theme of: A prince, a cup, the land: A royal legacy; come and enjoy an afternoon well spend filled with sheer heritage, where the world class game of kings will be brought to you. Expect fun activities for kids as well as a polo lifestyle brand exploration on the East Bank picnic setting, where a variety of scrumptious food and drinks will be available for sale. 
Event details are as follow:
Where: Waterfall Polo Estate
Starts: 10:30 – 18:00
When: Friday 28th – Sunday 30th of August 2015
Friday 28th of August: Prince of Wales Cup Knock-Outs (Tickets are free)
Saturday 29th of August: Prince of Wales Cup Semi-Finals (Tickets are R150 on Computicket)
Sunday 30th of August: Prince of Wales Cup Finals (visit

Friday is free whilst Saturday tickets cost R150 at Computicket. For the Sunday prestigious finals tickets at R6600 for 10 people, please contact Kgomotso Molosiwa on +27 83 391 3639 or or visit our website on www. for more information
Mark your calendars if you want to be there and book your tickets well in advance and if you are free on friday, just take a stroll to the venue and enjoy the tournament for free. Atleast that is my plan to take a walk and see the glimpse of action without causing any stress on my wallet. Follow the action on twitter, facebook and Instagram.


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