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TENGOAL | Social


CHAIRMAN BIDS FAREWELL The Club’s end-of-season awards dinner was the ideal moment for Club Chairman Jock Green-Armytage to formally retire after six years at the helm of Europe’s leading polo club, but not before he had handed out the 2018 prizes. Photos: Images of Polo


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ock Green Armytage retired as Chairman of Guards Polo Club at the annual Chairman's Awards Dinner, held on the penultimate day of the 2018 season. The Club's CEO Neil Hobday presented Jock with a beautiful Spink medallion to mark Jock’s six


years at the helm of the Club. Meanwhile, his wife Susie, who has been a fantastic support to both Jock and the Club, was presented with an impressive bouquet of Roses Only roses. During his tenure, Jock oversaw the development and opening of Flemish Farm, including the Castle and Cavalry Grounds and the all-weather, Martin Collins exercise track. Although Jock is stepping down from his role as Chairman,


he remains a playing member of the Club. He first started competing at Guards Polo Club in 1973 with his own Saracens team. The highlight of his playing career came in 1985 when he won the Royal Windsor and the Archie David Cups on the same weekend. Although he recalled in the 2012 Yearbook that his elation was short lived! “John Horswell said to me: ‘This is the worst thing that could happen to you because you are going to spend the rest of your life trying to do it again and you will never succeed.’ He was right!”


Although the evening was very much focussed on Jock


and Susie, to whom he has been married for more than 40 years, several other key members received gifts on this evening. This was the opportunity for Guards Polo Club to celebrate the 2018 polo season with its annual awards.


The winners were:


• Best Team Alan Fall's Mad Dogs


• Most Improved Player Charles Cooney


• Best Player Off Their Handicap Jacinto Crotto Best Pro Matt Perry


• Best Umpire Nick Pepper


• Employee of the Year Head Steward, David Dickman


• Contribution to Club Life Jane Broadbent & Richard Laughlin


Brian Stein was named Guards Polo Club's ninth Chairman after


the November Board Meeting and a news story on this appointment is published on page 20.


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