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June 4 - 5, 2022

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

TOURNAMENT HISTORY

Established in 2020, the Allied Services Cup is a national 3- to 5-goal arena competition which allows participants to accrue individual points towards National Arena Amateur Cup (NAAC) standings. Participants in the Allied Services Cup must have served in the military of any country in order to participate, whether currently in active duty, retired or honorable discharge. However, if there is an insufficient number of players meeting that criterion, a military family member of any country can then participate. Led by the Armed Forces Committee, the Allied Services Cup aims to maximize participation and include military family members in the event.

In 2021, heavy rain in the San Antonio area resulted in a last-minute venue change for the inaugural Allied Services Cup, relocating from Texas Military Polo Club (Poteet, Texas) to Legends Polo Club (Kaufmann, Texas). Villa Ecleto (Juan Campos, Morgan Tennant, Lalo Ramirez) booked their spot in the final after surviving round-robin play with two victories, while Legends Polo Club (Marcus Murphy, Don English, Nacho Estrada) captured a hard-fought 15-13 semifinal victory, setting the scene for a competitive final. Establishing a strong lead after a dominant second chukker, Villa Ecleto emerged victorious 14-6, securing their position in the annals of Allied Services Cup history. Read the article here.

In 2022, the Allied Services Cup returns to Texas Military Polo Club and will feature four teams with notable military representatives and family members vying for the title including Patton Legacy Sports (Karl Hilberg, Commander, US Navy, Retired), San Antonio (Gal Shweiki, wife active duty US Army Colonel, Medical Corps currently deployed, Trey Crea, US Army, honorable discharge, and Jack Crea, son in US Army, currently deployed, daughter in US Coast Guard active duty) Phipps Polo (Rob Phipps, US Air Force, honorable discharge, Chris Jones, Staff Sgt. US Marine Corps Reserves and James Glew, family member of UK military) and Polo InterActive (Javier Insua, family member of Argentine military and Nadir Khan, family member of Pakistani military).

Texas Military Polo Club will be taking advantage of the USPA's Tournament Support Program (TSP) for the Allied Services Cup, which provides eligible USPA Member Clubs with waived tournament fees, trophy reimbursements up to $1,200 for a national tournament, one professional umpire and $2,500 in prize money at no extra cost.

The USPA originally created TSP, formerly known as the Tournament Stimulus Package, to help Member Clubs host USPA Events when the United States was emerging from the first wave of the COVID-19 crisis. The USPA wanted to continue to support Member Clubs with TSP benefits in 2022. Therefore, it extended and expanded TSP under a new name - the Tournament Support Program. Each USPA Member Club can obtain TSP benefits for two USPA Events.

Photo: 2021 Allied Services Cup Champions: Villa Ecleto - Lalo Ramirez, Morgan Tennant, Juan Campos. ©David Murrell

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

TOURNAMENT FORMAT

Single elimination format with semifinal matches determined by random draw. The winners advance to the final.

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

TEAMS AND ROSTERS

Bracket I

Bracket II

Bracket III

Bracket IV

Bracket V

Bracket VI

Bracket VII

Bracket VIII

Bracket IX

Bracket X

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Patton Legacy Sports (2-0)

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Lauren Sterr
Arena: 0
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Karl Hilberg
Arena: 1
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Ariel Mancebo
Arena: 3

Polo InterActive (1-1)

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Jose Velez
Arena: -1
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Javier Insua
Arena: 3
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Nadir Khan
Arena: 3

San Antonio (0-1)

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Gal Shweiki
Arena: 1
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Trey Crea
Arena: 2
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Jack Crea
Arena: 1

Phipps Polo (0-1)

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Rob Phipps
Arena: 0
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James Glew
Arena: 2
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Chris Jones
Arena: 3

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

TOURNAMENT GAMES

Saturday, Jun 4, 2022

June 04

Final

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

Texas Military Polo Club LLC

San Antonio logo

San Antonio (0-1)

9

Patton Legacy Sports logo

Patton Legacy Sports (2-0)

15

June 04

Final

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

Texas Military Polo Club LLC

Phipps Polo logo

Phipps Polo (0-1)

11

Polo InterActive logo

Polo InterActive (1-1)

18

Sunday, Jun 5, 2022

June 05

Final

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

Texas Military Polo Club LLC

Patton Legacy Sports logo

Patton Legacy Sports (2-0)

15

Polo InterActive logo

Polo InterActive (1-1)

11

ALLIED SERVICES CUP

THE VENUE

Formed in 2012, Texas Military Polo Club features a regulation-sized arena composed of grass field vice dirt often referred to as "The Best Little Grass Arena in Texas!" The club has hosted many prestigious USPA tournaments national and circuit tournaments including, the Teddy Roosevelt, National Arena Commander-in-Chief Cup and the Southwestern Circuit Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.

Texas Military Polo Club strongly supports the Texas Arena League (TAL) with teams, players and various USPA tournaments. In 2016, Texas Military Polo Club, ATX Polo Club (Manor, Texas) and Two Wishes Polo Club (Lockhart, Texas) formed the Central Texas Polo Association (CTPA) to increase polo throughout the Central Texas area. Between the three clubs, the CTPA boasts three grass fields and two regulation-sized arenas.


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