The RFU Injured Players Foundation was honoured to be one of the beneficiary charities of the King Power Royal Charity Polo Cup 2016, staged this year at Billingbear Park.

RFU Injured Players Foundation Patron HRH Prince Henry of Wales played as part of a King Power Foxes team representing both the IPF and the Irish Guards Appeal against a rival King Power Polo team.

Hosted by King Power and Leicester City FC owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha with guests including Leicester City FC manager Claudio Ranieri, the event was a great day where both charities were generously supported by all attendees. IPF Trustee Stephen Duckworth gave a short speech which thanked the attendees for their support which meant so much to the benefitting charities and enables them to continue carrying out their work.

Special thanks must go to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and HRH Prince Henry of Wales for selecting the IPF as a beneficiary charity of the 2016 Royal Polo Cup, the team at Billingbear Park and Polo Fix Events for organising such a brilliant event, and to the event sponsors Overfinch for their support as well.

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