With only 16 years and eight goals, Adolfo bean Cambiaso was the top scorer of the dolphinthe sample of the 129th edition of Hurlingham Polo Openthe second link of the so-called Triple Crown of equestrian activity.
Dolfina (handicap 39 goals) became champion by defeating in the final The Irenita Grand Champions (36), for a tight 13-12 that allowed him to keep the title. Six of Poroto’s eight goals were scored from penalties, with the remainder scored by Juan Martín Nero (2) and David Stirling (2) and the rest by Adolfo Cambiaso, Sr.
For the oldest Cambiaso, the victory at Hurlingham allowed him to win the 14th title of his career in the Polo.
Cañuelas’ team took the eleventh trophy of the tournament and equaled the figure achieved by Ellerstina, remaining only behind the historic organization Coronel Suárez, which has 21 championships. Meanwhile, the quartet of champions has also reached their 31st conquest, at the Triple Crown level.
The decisive match took place on court number 1 of the Hurlingham Club, located a few meters from the Rubén Darío station of the Urquiza Railway.
The goals from La Irenita GC were distributed as follows: Juan M. Zubía (7, four penalties); Juan Britos (2, both penalties), Francisco Elizalde (2) and Pablo Mac Donough (1).