Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Hardress Lloyd was capped eight times for Ireland in polo, in the years 1904-14. In 1913 he was given a 10-goal handicap, the highest possible, only the second Irish player to achieve this, after Frederick Barrett of Cork. Hardress Lloyd was educated at Wellington College and the Royal Military College, in Sandhurst, England, and joined the British Army, serving in India, South Africa and as a Tank Group Commander in World War I. He eventually retired from the Army with a rank of brigadier-general.
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