polo stick

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a mallet used to strike the ball in polo


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National Archivist David Ferriero presented the prince with a patent application submitted in 1931 by his uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten, for a new kind of polo stick.
No, I don't mean England's collapse against Pakistan at cricket but the devastating news that Prince Charles is hanging up his Polo stick and retiring.
The 31-year-old managed to score the winning goal for his team and was later presented with a miniature polo stick for his newborn son.
After the match William was presented with a mini polo stick for baby George.
So we toasted our new found status as polo stick chicks with glasses of bubbly and pledged to return for more.
FORGET Jonny Wilkinson's last gasp drop-goal at the Rugby World Cup -the final swing of a polo stick has secured a British win at the World Elephant Polo Championships.
Wills scored the third goal in the game between Highgrove and Cirencester Park, while Charles could only draw attention to himself by losing his cool, throwing away his polo stick and demanding a replacement.
Wearing the royal blue of Ascot Park, they showed they knew one end of a polo stick from the other, both scoring goals in their side's victory over Westcroft Park.
The crucial difference is that the RL original has a polo stick, while the imitation is carrying a lance.