Second up in the sunshine on Sunday was the BBVA Bowl with Vendetta taking on Hollywood in a very evenly fought match. Vendetta had the better first half with Garrie Renucci covering the field well in attack and defence. In the second half it was polo manager Will Healy's turn to switch on the afterburners and push Hollywood into the lead.

Vendetta's Juan Cruz Araya-Martelli was on hand to marshall his team back in front, with some great plays Vendetta sealed the win to finish what was a great day of polo.

HR Owen Cup

In the first match for last Sunday's programme Guapos Malditos took on Foxtrot Whisky in what turned out to be a particularly fast paced encounter. Guapos Malditos had a good first chukka taking a strong lead over Foxtrot Whisky.

After the first chukka though Foxtrot Whisky regrouped and through good teamwork pulled back several hard fought goals. The Foxtrot Whisky team benefited from a half goal handicap which helped to keep them in contention and by the third chukka they used that margin to take the lead. Guapos Malditos had a great finish to the game regaining the lead and managing to hold out until the final bell for the win.

Ham House Subsidiary Final

Both La Primavera and Vendetta would have felt they had a point to prove after Saturday's results and this showed in a fast paced opening chukka between the two teams. La Primavera had to work hard as a team to keep Vendetta's Jimmy Wood at bay. Vendetta put in some great goals but indiscipline gave several penalty goals to La Primavera keeping the scores level.

In the second half Wood continued his great team play with the rest of his players to establish a good lead. La Primavera were not about to give up though putting in a great effort to run Vendetta close in the final minutes with Gary Renucci's team winning by the slim margin of half a goal.