About Polo

We offer an accessible and affordable way to play polo whilst in University. 
The club caters for all abilities, from complete beginner to seasoned professionals. 
We train at Rugby Polo Club and compete in matches and tournaments throughout the year, including SUPA/ SAPA. 
Horses can be hired for both lessons and tournaments, there is no need to own your own. 
 

Taster Sessions

If you are going to be joining LSPC this September, come and say hello at the Fresher's Fair on the 29th September to sign yourself up for a taster. 

Trials

Throughout the year LSPC compete in a variety of tournaments and matches, including the legendary SUPA Summer and Winter Nationals. Members are categorised into four divisions depending on their level of play. 

Training Times

Training takes place twice a week, Wednesday afternoon and either Saturday or Sunday. 

Coaching

We train at Rugby Polo Club with HPA coaches Chris Milton or Phil Baker. The coaches are friendly, supportive and always willing to give advice during instructional chukkas and lessons. 

News & Events
Club Committee

President- Alice Thomson- Second Year International Business
Over the summer, Alice travelled to India with a professional team to play polo in Jaipur, Delhi and Pushkar. She worked for a number of professionals in the UK; training project ponies and improving her game. She has lots planned for the upcoming year, including a tour to Provence in Easter 2019! 

Vice President- Kate Plant- Second Year Psychology
Kate’s been riding for years, and picked up Polo at Uni. Her background is in Polocrosse, which she played for years growing up (and has many fabulous pictures to prove). This year Kate has competed in UKPA matches and tournaments at Leadenham Polo Club. 

Treasurer- Zhenghong Zhou (Jojo)- Second Year Mathematics, Accounting and Financial Management
Jojo joined the club without having ridden before. His dedication and love for Polo has meant he now spends more time on the field than in the lecture theatre. 

Social Secretary- Hannah Hewitt- Second Year Economics 
Chewitt had experience in various riding disciplines before having a go at Polo. She had a blast at Winter’s last year and we’re happy that she’s eager for more.

Media Secretary- Meg Jocson Ong- Third Year Communication and Media Studies (on Placement)
Meg is one of the oldest current members of the Club. Her passion for Polo is evident through the amazing progress she has made over the past three years.

Welfare & Diversity- Zoe Wilkinson- Third Year Geography 

Zoe joined the club in first year having never played polo before and trained and competed up to Novice level 1 by the end of second year. She also joined the polocrosse team competing in a competition after only three lessons of polocrosse and won best player 3. This year, Zoe looks forward to competing again with a new team and improving in both polo and polocrosse.