CARNIVAL’S BEST: Sam Muller, from Clifton, and his horse Jazz won the best horse and rider in the A-grade open competition at the Warwick Polocrosse Carnival.
CARNIVAL’S BEST: Sam Muller, from Clifton, and his horse Jazz won the best horse and rider in the A-grade open competition at the Warwick Polocrosse Carnival. Linda Mantova

States do battle in polocrosse

THE weather was perfect and the polocrosse action was first class at the Warwick Shell Cup Polocrosse Carnival held at Morgan Park at the weekend.

The weekend also played host to the Barastoc Interstate Polocrosse Series between Queensland and New South Wales teams, as well as Victoria's Under 21 men's side.

Queensland won both the junior girls and boys competitions, with New South Wales taking out both the men's and women's competitions, as well as the Masters and Under 21 women, while Victoria was too strong for the other states in the Under 21 men's division.

In the Shell Cup final, Warwick 1 narrowly defeated Wandoan, in a nailbiting game that went into extra time to decide a winner.

In the A grade Open final, Chinchilla 1 defeated Longreach in another fast-paced match.

Polocrosse action moves to Killarney this weekend for the club's annual carnival.

Angus, William, Kylie and Brianna Gross enjoyed the polocrosse spectacle at Morgan Park on the weekend.
Angus, William, Kylie and Brianna Gross enjoyed the polocrosse spectacle at Morgan Park on the weekend.


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