Squad is Here!

Squad is Here!

Happy New Year from the NAH! In 2017, the NAH will be hosting the WHBPC and will be welcoming polo players from around the world. We have already begun preparation for the upcoming competitive season which for us means hosting the NAHBPC and the WHBPC, along with administrative support to the regional qualifiers. The bidding […]

NAH Club Bench Championship 2015

Posted by on Jul 21, 2015 in Bench Championship, Organizing
NAH Club Bench Championship 2015

© Liam Gilson 2014, www.liamgilson.com The NAH Club Bench Championship 2015 will be taking place in Guadalajara, Mexico, over three days, Friday Nov 20th – Sunday Nov 22nd. Teams will be either club or region based. A maximum of 12 teams will play in one of two round robin groups, playing 5 games over Friday afternoon, and Saturday. […]

2015 Qualifier Information

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in Bench Championship, Qualifying Series
2015 Qualifier Information

Watch this space for all Qualifier information, including location, dates, registration info, etc. This page will be updated as details are released. Cascadia CASQ – Seattle, WA – June 20-21 – 11 teams qualify leagueofbikepolo.com/nah-cascadia-qualifier-2015 Bench – TBC South West SWQ – TBC – 5 teams qualify leagueofbikepolo.com/2015-sw-qualifier Register – podiumbikepolo.com/register/SWQualifier2015 (opens April 10th at […]

2015 Season amendments

2015 Season amendments

After our announcement about the 2015 season, we had some questions from regions and players, that we would like to respond to. Reserved slots for wildcard We reserved a slot in the wildcard for each region, two for Lexington, and one for the Ladies Army winners. In each case, these spots are transferable to the next team in […]

2015 Season and Beyond

2015 Season and Beyond

NAH Qualifying Series As in previous years, teams will qualify for the NAHBPC through regional qualifiers. The regional reps must provide the list of qualified teams, and one wild card team to the NAH (tournaments@nahardcourt.com) by Monday August 3rd 2015. Qualifiers The following changes will be made from last year. Regions will have full control […]

Portland wins first-ever NAH Bench Championship!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Bench Championship
Portland wins first-ever NAH Bench Championship!

Congratulations to Portland Bike Polo for winning the first ever North American Club Bench Championships! The tournament was a great success, and we can’t wait for 2015 for it to happen again. We will be looking for feedback on how we can improve it, you’ll see some surveys soon. If you club can provide 3 […]

NAH Bench Schedule

Posted by on Sep 24, 2014 in Bench Championship

So, to explain how the schedule will work. There are two groups of 6 teams. Every team will play every other team in their group, 4 games on Saturday, 1 on Sunday morning. Group A and B will alternate. Games are 1 hour long, and rounds will start every 90 minutes. Those 30 minutes between […]

Looking for players for open spot in Club Bench Championship

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Bench Championship

Unfortunately Seattle can’t make it to bench, and we’ve asked a few of the teams who are next in line, but no-one can make it as a whole club. As such Nic Maglio has volunteered to captain a Best-Of-The-Rest team, formed of players willing to travel to Lexington. Please get in contact with Nic (nic@nahardcourt.com) […]

Provisional Groups Set Up for Club Bench Championship

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Bench Championship

Here are the provisional groups: Group A will play Saturday 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm & Sunday 10:30am Group B will play Saturday 10:30am, 1:30pm, 4:30pm, 7:30pm & Sunday 9am Top 4 of each group will make the single elimination on Sunday afternoon. Check out Podium: podiumbikepolo.com/nahbench.

Looking for Club Bench Refs

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in Bench Championship

Now that the team list and most rosters have been finalized, we’d like to begin recruiting referees to schedule for the Bench Championship in a few weeks. Bruce and Joe will be there refereeing full time, but it would be great if we could get more non-playing referees to volunteer, and we encourage every team […]