Polo loco! Calatagan Vice Mayor Andrea Del Rosario supports team Philippines in intl polo tournament
Calatagan Vice Mayor Andrea Del Rosario is an avid polo supporter.
The former viva hot babe also plays the sport and is now one of its biggest backers in Batangas.
On Facebook, she shared that she is especially proud of the fact that Calatagan’s homegrown talent Gerald Pedraza is set to complete in the 2018 All Asia international polo tournament in Bangkok.
She called for support for team Philippines and wished it luck, urging it to bring home the polo gold medal and keep it even during the 2010 Asean sea games.
The polo event for next year would be held in Calatagan. Who knows, this could even spur more pinoys to take up the sport and make their mark in international games.
With a politiko this supportive behind them, it may not be far-fetched!
“2018 All Asia international polo tournament to be held in Bangkok, Thailand, let’s pray for the success of team PHILIPPINES 🇵🇭 and especially our home grown Calatagueno Gerald Pedraza as they compete in this years tournament.Good luck team PHILIPPINES! Let’s try to bring home the gold medal and hold on to it thru out the 2019 ASEAN sea games to be held in the Philippines and for the polo event to be held in Calatagan!I am proud and excited to see one of our calatagueno locals to compete in such a prestigious international event.I hope to see more of our home growns in polo in the years to come and hopefully see more Filipinos competing in international tournaments around the world, good luck to team Philippines!We will all support you and I am very honored to be part of the Philippine contingent!” Del Rosario posted on Facebook.
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