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PKL: Patna hammers Pune 53-36

PKL: Patna hammers Pune 53-36

Vishakhapatnam, Dec 7: Skipper Pardeep Narwal’s stunning 27-point raid guided Patna Pirates to a thumping 53-36 victory over Puneri Paltan in an inter-zonal challenge match of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Friday.

Pardeep also reached the 800-point landmark in the history of the league.

For Pune, GB More put in a strong raiding effort and scored 13 points but didn’t get support from his defence.

Pardeep Narwal got Patna Pirates off to a storming start with a super raid in the 2nd minute. Narwal scored the first six points for Patna in three minutes to give them 6-3 lead.

Puneri Paltan suffered an all out in the next minute as they trailed 4-9.

Sandeep Narwal scored his third point as Puneri Paltan tried to mount a comeback to trail 6-9 after five minutes.

In the 8th minute, Patna Pirates led 13-8 and were looking in fine form with Pardeep Narwal leading their charge. At the end of the first half Patna Pirates led 24-19.

The second half started in a similar fashion as Pardeep picked up a two-point raid and Patna inflicted an all out to lead 30-21.

Puneri Paltan had no answer to Pardeep Narwal and were left floundering.

GB More tried his best to keep the margin of defeat respectable for Puneri Paltan. Sandeep Narwal also did put in a performance for Pune but they still couldn’t match up to Patna Pirates.

With less than 10 minutes to go, Patna Pirates held a 13-point lead and looked in command. Pardeep continued to torment Puneri Paltan’s defence and in the process also became the first man to reach the 800 raid point landmark in the history of Pro Kabaddi League.

Patna ran out comfortable winners with a 17-point victory margin in the end.

PKL: Patna Pirates hammer Tamil Thalaivas 45-27

Ahmedabad, Nov 21: Defending champions Patna Pirates witnessed a strong performance by its raiders as they thumped Tamil Thalaivas 45-27 in a zone B clash of the ongoing sixth season of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Wednesday.

Patna skipper Pardeep Narwal, who collected his ninth super 10 of the season, picked 13 points, while Deepak Narwal also had a great night with 10 points.

Tamil Thalaivas’ defence had a night to forget as they scored just four tackle points. skipper Ajay Thakur chipped in with eight raid points for the Thalaivas.

After this win, Patna are now second in Zone B with 38 points after 13 matches whereas the Thalaivas lie at the bottom of the table with 25 points from 13 matches.

Pardeep got Patna up and running with two raids in the first minute. The Thalaivas were slow to get out of the blocks as they scored just one point in five minutes to trail 1-6.

They suffered an all out as Patna asserted their dominance to lead 10- 1.

Thakur put points on the board for Thaliavas as he made two successful raids. After 10 minutes of play, Patna Pirates held an eight-point advantage as they led 12-4.

Thakur came up with a two-point raid in the 13th minute to cut the deficit to five points for Thalaivas before coming back strongly before the end of the half as they inflicted an all out to trail 11-14.

Deepak’s two-point raid in the 20th minute meant that Patna Pirates led 16-13 at the break.

Tamil Thalaivas started the second half strongly with Surjeet making a two-point raid but Deepak responded for Patna Pirates with a raid of his own. Patna Pirates led 20-15 after 25 minutes of play and were looking in control of the match.

Jasvir Singh got Tamil Thalaivas back in the match with a two-point raid in the 29th minute. Patna Pirates however inflicted another all out in the 30th minute to lead 27-20.

Tamil Thalaivas defence let them down as apart from Manjeet Chhillar, no other defender could stop Patna’s raiders. After 35 minutes, Tamil Thalaivas defence scored just four points as they trailed 22-32.

Pardeep made a two-point raid with his trademark ‘dubki’ in the 37th minute to give Patna Pirates 37-23 lead. Manjeet averted an all out for Tamil Thalaivas with a quick raid.

However, Patna Pirates inflicted another all out in the 40th minute as they won 45-27.

PKL 6: Pardeep guides Patna to 38-35 win over Delhi

PKL 6: Pardeep guides Patna to 38-35 win over Delhi

Mumbai, Nov 15: Skipper Pardeep Narwal’s stunning performance helped defending champions Patna Pirates pip Dabang Delhi 38-35 in an inter-zonal clash of the sixth edition of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Thursday.

Pardeep collected a total of 16 raid points while teammate Manjeet picked eight points to help Patna register their sixth win of the season.

On the other hand, Naveen Kumar also had a great game as the raider bagged 15 points but it wasn’t enough to stop Delhi from receiving their fifth loss this season.

The first four minutes saw successful raid and tackle attempts by both the sides with the score 3-3 before Naveen’s one-point raid and Pardeep’s attempt saw Delhi take a 5-3 lead.

Patna then saw some terrific effort from both their raiders and defenders as they not only cut the deficit but also took a 12-8 lead by the 11th minute.

Two minutes later, the defending champions inflicted an All Out to extend their lead to 16-10.

Delhi, however made a comeback in the final moments, collecting seven points in quick succession to make the issue 18-17 at half-time.

Delhi shifted gears in the second-half and took a 23-20 lead before Pardeep’s super raid tied the issue at 23-23 by the 23rd minute.

Naveen and Ranjit’s consecutive successful raids and some great tackling attempt helped Delhi again take a 26-23 lead. Naveen completed his super-10 to make the score 23-27.

Patna then collected two points in back to back attempts to move to 25 points and Manjeet’s another successful raid cut the deficit to one point, making the issue interesting with the score 26-27 by the 30th minute.

Delhi then rode Naveen and Ranjit successful attempts to take a 30-26 lead but the game took a u-turn in the last 10 minutes as the former faltered on some occasions, while Pardeep made great raid attempts to once again hand Patna a 37-33 lead before finally clinching the contest 38-35.

PKL 6: Patna hammer Bengal in East India Derby

PKL 6: Patna hammer Bengal in East India Derby

Mumbai, Nov 10: Defending champions Patna Pirates roared back again in style as they outclassed Bengal Warriors 50-30 for the second time in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 6 at the NSCI stadium here on saturday.

Skipper Pardeep Narwal and Deepak Narwal collected 10 raid points each to outclass their neighbours in the East India derby.

Bengal’s raiding department couldn’t create their magic as they got only 17 points compared to 28 points by Patna.

Jaideep got a High 5 to ensure the defensive supremacy of Patna over Bengal. Maninder Singh was thoroughly neutralized by Patna’s defence as he got 6 points in his 18 raids.

Bengal Warriors started with 5 defenders and 2 raiders with Ran Singh playing the dual role for them and wanted to get their payback on Patna who defeated them 29-27, the last time they met.

Ravinder Kumar got Jang Kun Lee in the 2nd minute after his successful bonus attempt to open the scoring for Patna.

Baldev Singh created nuisance for Patna’s raiders with assistance from Adarsh T as seen in the 4th minute when he got Deepak Narwal in a dash to make it 4-3 with Patna still leading.

Patna were reduced to 3 men after a few unsuccessful raids by them but caught back when Kuldeep Singh got a strong ankle hold on Maninder to get a Super Tackle in the 9th minute and make it 7-6.

Deepak Narwal then got the important Surjeet Singh and in-form Baldev Singh to make it 9-6 in the next raid.

This led to Bengal conceding an All Out in the 14th minute as Jaideep did a strong block on Jang Kun Lee to take their lead to 16-8.

Maninder got Vikas Kale after his dangling leg just crossed the midline to make the score read 21-12.

The half ended with Patna leading Bengal 22-14.

Patna Pirates continued their supreme domination in the second half getting their lead swelled to 24-14 in the 22nd minute.

Pardeep Narwal got rid of both the corners of Bengal, Baldev Singh and Adarsh T, in his 25th minute Do-Or-Die raid to make it 28-14 and stop their tandem for a few minutes.

This led to Bengal conceding another All Out in the 26th minute as Surjeet Singh had to concede a surrender raid to Pardeep Narwal to make it 32-14.

Maninder was constantly neutralised or kept silent with empty raids in the match. This could be observed by the way he became a victim of Vijay’s double thigh hold that looked more like a short block on him to make it 35-17 in the 31st minute.

Pardeep Narwal slowly increased his points tally as he got Baldev Singh trying a waist hold from behind his back unsuccessfully in his 33rd minute Do-Or-Die raid.

A great pursuit raid by Pardeep Narwal saw him get a running hand touch on Maninder which then led to Patna inflict another All Out on Bengal in the 36th minute to make it 45-18.

Bengal then got an All Out on Patna in the 38th minute when they got Deepak Narwal but it was too late as Patna was still on a 20-point lead with the score reading 47-27.

Patna managed to grab a few more points towards the end to comprehensively pocket the tie.

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Pro Kabaddi: Tamil Thalaivas stun defending champions Patna Pirates in lopsided contest

Chennai, Oct 7: Tamil Thalaivas stunned defending champions Patna Pirates 42-26 to end their winless run at home in the opening game of the Pro Kabaddi League 2018 here at the packed Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium on Sunday.

Patna, aiming to pocket their fourth consecutive title, looked completely out of sorts in the first period, getting all out on two occasions as lacking offensive as well as defensive skill to trouble the home team who looked stronger in both departments.

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India captain Ajay Thakur starred for the hosts with a total of 14 raid points, seven of the them in the first essay, as fellow raider Surjeet Singh also bagged seven to delfate their rivals from the outset.

Amit Hooda defended excellently while seasoned campaigners Jasvir Singh and all-rounder Manjeet Chhillar were also on song as Patna were first all out with the score reading 10-2 inside the first ten minutes, and then falling further behind 23-8 towards the end of the first half.

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After the first all out, Patna skipper Pardeep Narwal recovered from a poor start where he was sent out of the mat in his first raid to grab two points and usher hopes of a revival.

From 11-2, the hot favourites going into the tie clawed back to make it 11-5 riding Pardeep Narwal’s efforts.

But Thakur was in the mood and continued to raid venomously to leave the visitors reeling at 26-8 during the break.

The script did not change in the second half as Patna were all out for the third time soon after the restart.

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With the gulf between the two teams widening to 24 points after the all out, a comeback looked nearly impossible despite Pardeep Narwal’s (11 raid points) efforts.

Patna even managed to inflict an all out on their more superior rivals on the day, but it was little too late as the Tamil Thalaivas ended their barren run at home in style.

Pro Kabaddi League 2018

The three-month format – introduced last year – continues in Season 6 as the 12 participating teams are divided into two zones of six teams each.

Every team will play a set of 15 intra-zone and seven inter-zonal matches – in the ‘Inter-zonal challenge week’.

The top three teams of each zone will then head to the play-offs, comprising the qualifiers and eliminators, in which the top-ranked team from the two zones will get one extra opportunity to qualify for the final.

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Kabaddi: Patna Pirates picks three players from trials

Kabaddi: Patna Pirates picks three players from trials

Patna, Sep 4: The three-time Pro Kabaddi champions Patna Pirates on Tuesday announced the names of three players, from the recently concluded trial sessions here, who will get special training.

The players will now go for a special one-month training in Delhi, according to a statement.

The selected kabaddi players are Aman Bharti, Ravindra Kumar, and Premjeet Kumar. These selected players will now get an exclusive opportunity to train at the Patna Pirates training camp in Delhi under the guidance of Ram Mehar Singh.

The participants were judged on various parameters of the game including mental strength, physical fitness, desire to improve and positive contribution to strengthening the spirit of the game.

The ‘Practice with Pirates’ initiative received an overwhelming response from kabaddi aspirants across Bihar.

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PKL: Patna Stun Pune, To Face Bengal In Second Qualifier

Mumbai, Oct 24 (IANS) Patna Pirates set their date with Bengal Warriors in the second qualifier after defeating Puneri Paltan 42-32 in the third Eliminator of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the NSCI Stadium here on Tuesday.

The twist was stored for the dying stages of the match when defending champions Patna made a stunning comeback, scoring 18 points in the last six minutes to turn the tide in their favour.

Patna skipper Pardeep Narwal was sensational yet again as he scored 19 points to lead his team to victory.

Pune crumbled under pressure and lost their nerve as their campaign came to a
disappointing end.

Deepak Niwas Hooda scored nine points but couldn’t deliver when it mattered the most for his team.

Pardeep made two successful two-point raids as Patna led 5-3 after seven minutes. He scored two more raid points as Patna inflicted an all out in the 11th minute to lead 10-6.

Deepak scored with a successful raid in the 11th minute as Pune trailed 7-10 before his two-point raid in the 13th minute revived Pune’s chances.

Rajesh Mondal scored his first raid point in the 15th minute as Pune levelled the scores at 12-12.

Pune ended the first half strongly by inflicting an all out in the 19th minute to lead 18-12 before adding two more points to go to the breather leading 20-13.

Coming back, Pune sent Pardeep Narwal to the bench in the 22nd minute to lead 21-13. Vijay scored with a crucial do-or- die raid in the 24th minute as Patna trailed 15-21.

But Suresh Kumar’s two-point raid in the 25th minute consolidated Pune’s lead to 23-16 and within a few minutes it seemed like the game was slipping from Patna’s hands as Pune’s defence kept the dangerous Narwal and Monu Goyat out.

Pune led 28-18 in the 32nd minute and were on the verge of inflicting another all out but Patna forced a super tackle and then scored with a two-point raid in a minute to trail 22-28 in the 34th minute.

It proved to be a turning point for the match when Pardeep’s super raid in the 35th minute yielded four points for Patna, who found themselves at 28-29.

Patna immediately inflicted an all out in the next minute to grab the lead at 31-30 before sending back Deepak to the bench in the 37th minute to lead 33-31.

Both teams were awarded a technical point in the 38th minute as Patna led 34-32.Pardeep then scored with a do-or- die-raid as Patna led 35-32 in the 39th minute before inflicting an all out in the final minute to seal the deal in their favour.

Patna will now take on Bengal in the second qualifier in Chennai on Thursday, the winner of which will meet Gujarat Fortunegiants in the final on Saturday.

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PKL Season 5: Patna Outshine Haryana, To Face Pune

Mumbai, Oct 23 (IANS) Defending champions Patna Pirates outclassed Haryana Steelers 69-30 in the second Eliminator of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 5 on Monday to set their clash with Eliminator 1 winner Puneri Paltan at the NSCI Stadium here.

PKL Season 5: Patna Outshine Haryana, To Face Pune 5

Patna skipper Pardeep Narwal led from the front to score 34 points, the most by any raider in the history of Pro Kabaddi, and also became the first man to reach 300 raid points in Season 5.

Haryana’s famed defence led by Surender Nada and Mohit Chhillar failed miserably as they could score just three tackle points.

Monu Goyat made a superb start as he came up with a super raid in the second minute to give Patna a 4-1 lead.

Haryana tied the match 4-4 in the fifth minute, scoring a raid and tackle point.

Pardeep scored his first raid point in the sixth minute as Patna led 5-4 before the Haryana defence sent Pardeep Narwal to the bench in the 10th minute as they reduced the gap to 6-7.

Monu scored his sixth raid point in the 13th minute to help Patna take a 10-7 lead before Prashanth Kumar Rai’s two-point raid in the 17th minute helped Haryana trail 10-13.

Patna failed to inflict an all out on three occasions but finally managed to get one in the 19th minute to lead 19-14 before heading into the break with a 22-15 lead.

Coming back, Patna extended their lead to 24-16 in the 22nd minute as Pardeep attained a super 10. Surender Nada got a two-point raid in the 24th minute as Haryana trailed 19-26.

Patna inflicted another all out in the 25th minute to take their lead to 31-21 before Pardeep made a two-point raid to stretch it further to 35-21.

Patna were running away with the match as their defence kept tackling Haryana raiders. The famed defence of Haryana faced a nightmare as they could manage only two tackle points in 28 minutes.

Patna Pirates inflicted another all out in the 31st minute as their lead swelled to 42-23.

Pardeep came up with a moment of brilliance in the 33rd minute as he took out six Haryana players in one raid to help Patna extend their lead to 52-25.

He followed it up another two-point raid as Patna inflicted another all out in the 38th minute to lead 62-27.

Towards the end, Pardeep came up with another brilliant super raid to help Patna completely outclass Haryana.

Patna will now face Pune in the third Eliminator here on Tuesday.

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Bengaluru, Patna Play Draw In PKL

Pune, Oct 18 (IANS) Bengaluru Bulls and Patna Pirates played out a hard-fought 29-29 draw in a Vivo Pro Kabaddi (PKL) contest here on Wednesday.

Monu Goyat scored 11 points for Patna, whereas Rohit Kumar scored nine points for Bengaluru. It was an evenly contested affair with neither team refusing to give an inch.

Patna would be disappointed as Pardeep Narwal’s quiet second-half performance was one of the reasons why they couldn’t emerge victorious.

Bengaluru ended their PKL campaign with 57 points from 22 matches and finished fourth in Zone B.

Patna, who have already qualified for the super playoffs, have 71 points after 22 league matches and finished second in Zone B.

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PKL: Gujarat Edge Out Patna Pirates

Chennai, Sep 29 (IANS) In a battle of heavyweights in the Inter Zone Challenge Week of the fifth Pro Kabaddi Season, Gujarat Fortunegiants edged past Patna Pirates 30-29 here on Friday.

Parvesh Bhainswal and Abozar got high fives for Gujarat as they managed to keep Patna’s danger man Pardeep Narwal quiet for most of the match.

Narwal scored just five points and had his lowest scoring match of the season.

Chandran Ranjit scored seven raid points for Gujarat.

Gujarat are now on the top of the table in Zone A with 62 points from 17 matches, while Patna also are top in Zone B with 66 points from nine matches.

It was a low-scoring affair in the first half as both teams were cautious not to make errors.

It was 3-3 after five minutes as Gujarat kept Narwal out. Monu Goyat scored two points in two raids as Patna led 5-3. They then got tackle and raid points to lead 7-4 after seven minutes.

Gujarat however made it 8-9 in the 13th minute as Rohit Gulia scored with a two-point raid, and then they forced a super tackle in the 16th minute as they trailed 10-11.

Patna failed to score a point in the last five minutes of the first half as they trailed 11-14 at the break. Narwal scored just two raid points in the first half.

Gujarat began the second half brightly as they inflicted an all out in the 23rd minute to lead 18-12.

Parvesh Bhainswal got a high five in the 28th minute as Gujarat led 23-13. With Narwal on the bench, Patna were struggling to get points in the board.

Chandran Ranjit scored three points with a super raid in the 29th minute as Gujarat led 26-14.

The match was slipping from Patna’s hands but Narwal got a raid point as they trailed by 10 points after 30 minutes.

Patna forced a super tackle in the 33rd minute as they trailed 19-27 and another in the 36th minute to trail 21-28.

Jaideep got a high five for Patna as they trailed 24-29 after 36 minutes.

Gujarat’s defence did a splendid job on Patna raiders as Abozar got a high five to give his team 30-24 lead.

Patna forced their fourth super tackle in the 38th minute to trail 26-30. Narwal got a raid point in the 39th minute as his team trailed by just two points but Gujarat just managed to edge past by a point in the end.


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