PADDOCK POLOCROSSE CLUB:
The Paddock Polocrosse Club was established in 2010.
The Club is based at The Oribi Museum in Oribi, on the Border of the Oribi Gorge.
Paddock Polocrosse Club plays host to several Tournaments a year & a Development Camp
for all beginner & Junior players. The Polocrosse Season is from March to the end of October.
Our Club Practices are every alternate Saturday afternoon at the Oribi Museum.
Spectators, beginners and New Players are most welcome.
Players Range from Pee Wees – ±6 years to Veterans! It’s a fantastic fun filled healthy sport
for the whole family!
CLUB CHAIRMAN: RYAN PRETORIUS – 083 301 5323
CLUB SECRETARY: SALLY BESTER – 0836798520
The Sport of POLOCROSSE:
Polocrosse is an exciting team sport played on horseback between teams of 6 players, with each team divided into two sections of three. Very simply, a “section” is made up of:
the “Attack” player (or No.1), who’s job it is to score goals,
the “Centre” player (No.2), who acts as both an offensive and defensive player,
and the “Defence” player (No.3), who’s ultimate duty is to prevent the opposing team’s No.1 from scoring.
Polocrosse is for everybody – boys and girls from 7 or 8, teenagers, adults, even Gran and Grandpa! If you’re still learning to ride, there’s nothing better to improve your riding skills than by playing this wonderful sport!
There’s always a place for you in Polocrosse!!
Come & share the FUN with us!
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