Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
ACMC Polo Highlights (stolen from www.bikepolo.com.au ,thanks Damon)
This is the first year Bike Polo has featured at Messenger Championships in Australia. Pickup was played late on Wednesday night after Melbourne players arrived in Perth. Tournament Matches were played in Subiaco on Friday 9am - 12 noon and on Sunday 10am to 12 noon. Pickup games were also played in the Speed Dome Inline Hockey Rink while Track events continued around the Court.
Bike Polo was a good complement to the ACMC this year, as it did not conflict directly with mainstay messenger events, and it maintained a good balance of structured tournament play and more informal pickup.
- Top Centre (Ray, Pete and Damon, Melbourne)
- Mdma (Corey, Lane and Alan Melbourne)
- Pcp Pcp (Brad, Ash and Prawi Perth)
- Team Rotation (Wall, Yohei and Alan Perth)
- C*nt Sydney (Smokin’ Joe, Saffa and Lachlan, Sydney)
- Adelaide Sluts (Doddsy, Lewis and Jamie, Adelaide)
Pcp Pcp def. Team Rotation
5 - 0
Top Centre def. Mdma
5 - 0
C*nt Sydney def. Pcp Pcp
3 - 2
Top Centre def. Adelaide Sluts
5 - 0
SUNDAY: TOURNAMENT KNOCKOUT FINALS.
Pcp Pcp def Adelaide
5 - 4
C*nt Sydney def Pcp Pcp
5 - 3
Top Centre def C*nt Sydney
5 - Pants (0)
TOP CENTRE WINS THE POLO CHAMPIONSHIPS!
Friday, April 10, 2009
Day one of the ACMC's was off to an early start at 9am, with the east coasters still recovering from flights and late night drinks. Games finally kicked off at 10, with 6 teams playing a knock out tournament. After 8 games of 10, maybe 11, the day was called.
Play will recommence tomorrow at Midvale Speedome at approximately 12pm. The venue is actually an inline skate rink in the centre of the track, so it shall be perfect for fast flowing games.
Heres just a tease of a pic. Be sure there will be more to come.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Last Sunday due to the beginning of Football season we discovered ourselves being kicked out of the colonade carpark. Apparently due to people parking on the lower levels, building management pays for staff to stare at cameras and harrass polo players.