Constitution 4 Goal Title to Thermal0

Posted on February 26th, 2018 in News, Uncategorized

The Fish Creek Constitution four Goal final saw the same team ascend the awards stand as the winner of the Beal Cup – but with a different name. In the Beal, Thermal (Reg Whyte, Debra Vermoch -1, Tim Rudy 3, Felipe Sordelli 2) was known as Pheasant Hollow. It made little difference as the result was the same – a second victory.
The opposition was different however as Jay Garnett and Kristen Hiller’s Vancouver Polo/MedExpert combination (Jay Garnett -1, Kristen Hiller -1, Nicolas Maciel 3, Jimmy Wright 3) would mount up as the resistance.
The first half featured very even play and resulted in a score of 2 – 2 going to the break.
Thermal then took over and controlled the second two periods by outscoring Vancouver/MedExpert by a count of 5 – 1 leading to a final tally of 7 – 3.
Sordelli led the scoring for the victors with four goals, Rudy had a pair and Whyte supplied one.
For Vancouver/MedExpert, Wright had two and Maciel one.
Sordelli was chosen as the MVP and Love Song, owned by Wrightway Polo and played by Wright was deemed to be the Best Playing Pony.

Tony Gregg