Roehampton Trophy 2018

Pakistan Cables starts its campaign in the Roehampton Trophy 2018 in Windsor, UK

 Pakistan Cables, country’s premier cable manufacturer initiates its campaign in Roehampton Trophy 2018 in Windsor, UK. Team ‘Pakistan Cables’ played its first match with on 16th August against opposition ‘Cani’ at Ham Polo Club, Surrey, United Kingdom.

About the Roehampton Trophy:

 Roehampton, before the Great War, was one of eight metropolitan clubs and the third largest, with over 300 playing members and 550 non-playing members. Those were the days in which an estimated 10,000 polo ponies were stabled in and around London during the season and Roehampton, with Hurlingham and Ranelagh, was the base for one of the three Open Championships of the time.


Following the closure of the Roehampton Polo Club, Edward Tauchert, then player at Ham Polo Club arranged for the Roehampton Golf Club to kindly donate the trophy to Ham Polo Club where it has remained ever since. It became a popular trophy at Ham and in the 1990s through the efforts of John O’Driscoll the Roehampton was reintroduced as a Tournament.


From 2008 until 2015 the League stages of the tournament were being played at Ali Albwardy’s private polo grounds in Windsor, the base of Dubai Polo Team. The finals though were still held at Ham Polo Club on the Number One ground. From 2016 onwards the early games have been held at the Black Bears grounds in Henley-upon-Thames with the finals day still taking place at Ham Polo Club