| Greetings | Polo Quiz | Rules | Results | Downloads | Classifieds | IPA | * World Cup 2011 * | Gallery | Market Place |

| Sitemap | Calendar | Newsletter | Clubs | Players | Links | HoofTalk | Guestbook | BLOG | Contact | Home |

 

 

FIP Polo World Cup 2011
San Luis Argentina
Oct 10-21, 2011 (Click here)

-----------------------

9th FIP Polo World Cup Zone D Playoffs
Malaysia 2011
May 13 - 25, 2011

* MAIN / RESULTS
* TEAMS
* SCOREBOARD
* ARTICLES

GAMES

1: SA vs Nigeria
2: IND vs AUS
3: Malaysia vs NZ
4: PAK vs Nigeria
5: Malaysia vs IND
6: AUS vs NZ
7: SA vs PAK
* 5th, 6th, 7th places
8: Malaysia vs Nigeria
9: Malaysia vs New Zealand
10: New Zealand vs Nigeria
Semis
11: SA vs IND
12: PAK vs AUS
*
3rd/4th place
13: SA vs AUS
* FINAL

14: INDIA vs PAKISTAN

 


Articles that appeared in Polo Times Magazine:
> Oct 2008 Issue
> Nov/Dec 2008 Issue
> Jan/Feb 2009 Issue
> Mar 2009 Issue
> Apr 2009 Issue

> May 2010 Issue

9th FIP Polo World Cup 2011
ZONE D Playoffs
 
Malaysia, June 13 - 25, 2011

 

June 21, 2011
Pakistan defeat Australia in the semi-finals and will play India in the final of the FIP Polo World Cup 2011 - Zone D playoffs being played in Malaysia.

 

Click here for more images from the FIP Polo World Cup Zone D playoffs

India and Pakistan set themselves up a dream Indian sub-continent final in the Asian-Australasian-African Polo Championships after beating their respective semi-final opponents at the Royal Pahang Polo Grounds here today.

Pakistan staged a remarkable fight back in the last two chukkas and rode on their 1-1/2 goal advantage to beat pre-tournament favourites Australia 8.5 - 8.
The final on Saturday and the third and fourth place playoff on Friday will be held at the Royal Selangor Polo Club in Kuala Lumpur.

The seven-team Asian-Australasian-African Championships also served as the Zone D Qualifier for the World Cup.

Three goals by Sami Ullah, two by Temur Nedeenand one each by Ahmed Tiwana and Saqib Khakwani completed Pakistan's scoring. Australia's scorers were Matt Grimes (3 goals), Alec White and Ed Goold (2 each) and Zac Hagedoorn (one).