Jindal Panther Win Yes Bank Indian Masters Polo 2016 Trophy, Retain Their Masters Title For 3rd Consecutive Year
Ashok Chawla, non-executive chairman, Yes Bank, along with Radha Singh, co-chairperson of Yes Institute, gave away the trophy and prizes to the winners
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A balmy Sunday afternoon saw Delhi's cognoscenti descend at the Jaipur Polo Ground to witness defending champions Jindal Panther fight it out with Jindal Steel & Power in one of the most anticipated finals of the Delhi Polo season.
Naveen Jindal's team Jindal Panther emerged winners of the Yes Bank Indian Masters Polo 2016 (14 Goals) polo tournament beating Jindal Steel & Power by 9 goals to 5.
Raghav Rao of Jindal Panther was adjudged the "Most Valuable Player", while "Pinse" mare from the Jindal stables was declared the "Best Polo Pony" of the match.
Ashok Chawla, non-executive chairman, Yes Bank, along with Radha Singh, co-chairperson of Yes Institute, gave away the trophy and prizes to the winners.
Spotted among the dignitaries were the British High Commissioner, Sir Dominic Asquith, French Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler; Jozef Drofenik, Ambassador of Slovenia, Demetrios A.Thephylactou, High Commissioner of Cyprus, Shallu & Navin Jindal, Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Vikramaditya Singh with wife Chitrangada, Sunjay Kapur, Adhiraj Singh, Atul Wasan, Mrighanka Singh, Shivani Wazir, Vikrum Baidyanath and a host of polo aficionados.
Yes Bank, India’s fifth largest private sector bank, in its endeavour to support and promote sporting activities that showcase India’s abundant and diverse talent presented the Yes Bank Indian Masters Polo 2016 that kicked-off on Tuesday, 8th November at the Jaipur Polo Ground in New Delhi.
After successfully presenting the Yes Bank Indian Masters Polo for the past four years, Yes Bank associated with the King of Sports for the fourth successive year as a patron of the sport, which represents the glorious heritage of India.