The section renewed this time is the 105 metre length mentioned in the previous fencing blog. This is the stretch of fence that separates Polo 2 area from Polo 3 area.
The fence line here is slightly trickier because in this part of Polo field the ground inclines upwards for half its length and then levels out for the other half (or is level then inclines downwards depending upon which way you are facing!).
This fence was constructed in the same way as the first section, as we shared on a blog post earlier this month. Although it may have just been possible to tension this length of fence on level ground by using a box strainer at each end of the run, it was definitely not possible in this case due to the uneven terrain. To overcome this, in addition to the single box strainers at each end of the run, the team built a double box strainer at the junction where the inclined ground meets the level ground and then tensioned the fence in two parts: the inclined part and the level part.