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Prince William and Harry face off against each other at polo match

Monday, June 15, 2015 - 01:09

Prince Harry triumphs over his brother William at the Gloucestershire Festival of Polo tournament with his team scoring five goals to William's four. Rough Cut - no reporter narration.

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry showed off their sibling rivalry as they took part in a charity polo match against each other at the Beaufort Polo Club in British county Gloucestershire on Sunday (June 14th). Part of The Gloucestershire Festival of Polo, the game resulted in five to four goal victory of Prince Harry's 'Royal Salute' team over the 'Piaget' team featuring William. Prince Harry, who beat his brother at the same event last year, scored the winning goal in the closing few seconds. The winning team was presented a trophy by Charles Fränkl, the CEO of the event's sponsor Gigaset and Jenny Pan, the daughter of the company's owner Pan Sutong. The charities benefiting from the event include The Irish Guards Appeal, The Household Cavalry Foundation, and England and Wales Mountain Rescue.

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Prince William and Harry face off against each other at polo match

Monday, June 15, 2015 - 01:09