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Pro Kabaddi League: Virat Kohli to Sing National Anthem for Mumbai Leg

Team India skipper Virat Kohli will mark the beginning of the Pro Kabaddi League’s Mumbai leg by singing the National Anthem at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor Stadium in Maharashtra. The stadium has the capacity of hosting over 5,000 spectators to enjoy the thrilling Maharashtra Derby with the beginning of the second week of the season.

The 30-year-old cricketer will witness the game between U Mumba and Puneri Paltan on Saturday (July 27), which will also begin Mumbai’s leg for the season seven of the Pro Kabaddi League. Also, the particular leg will culminate with the completion of 11 matches.

The organisers revealed that Kohli will be present at the National Sports Club of India’s Dome in Worli.  Soon after the Maharashtra Derby, Bengal Warriors will clash with Jaipur Pink Panthers.

On August, Mumbai leg will host the final game between U Mumba and Gujarat Fortune Giants.

Meanwhile, Kohli is scheduled to attend other programmes before flying to Windies for the bilateral series. Under his leadership, India will face the hosts in three T20Is, three ODIs and two Tests.

The much-awaited series will begin with the first T20I at Lauderhill in Florida on August 3.

Virat Kohli had already made appearances in football league:

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In the recent-held ICC World Cup 2019, Kohli led his side into the semis. But following a batting collapse, India lost to runners-up New Zealand by 18 runs at the Old Trafford.

Besides, talking about Pro Kabaddi league, former U Mumba leader Anup Kumar is serving as  Paltan’s coach.

In the 12 team competition, U Mumba had played two matches with one win and one loss. They had bagged five points, whereas, Paltan had lost the first game they have played so far in the season.

On July 22 (Monday), Paltan lost with the scoreline of 34-24 favouring Haryana Steelers at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad.

On the same day, Jaipur Pink Pathers had registered a notable 42-23 victory in Hyderabad.

PKL: Jaipur register comprehensive win over Puneri Paltan

PKL: Jaipur register comprehensive win over Puneri Paltan

Panchkula, Dec 15: Jaipur Pink Panthers registered a comprehensive win as they beat Puneri Paltan 36-23 in Pro Kabaddi League here on Friday.

Deepak Hooda with eight raid points and Sunil Siddhgavale with eight tackle points were the heroes of the match for Jaipur.

Puneri Paltan lost their way after the first 10 minutes of the match. G.B. More top scored for Pune with 5 raid points.

Jaipur Pink Panthers still have an outside chance of making it to the playoffs while Puneri Paltan are not in contention.

The first five minutes of the match were evenly contested with both teams trading raid and tackle
points. Ajinkya Pawar made a successful raid in the 6th minute to give Jaipur Pink Panthers 5-4 lead. Deepak Hooda made a two-point raid in the 10 th minute as

Jaipur led 9-7. From that point Jaipur Pink Panthers never looked back and left Puneri Paltan behind.

An all out was inflicted by Jaipur as they led 12-7 and were in rampant form. In the next 10 minutes they allowed Puneri Paltan to score just two points as Deepak Hooda led the raid department while Sunil Sidhgavali marshaled the defence.

At the end of the first half, Jaipur Pink Panthers held a healthy lead of 12 points with the score 21-9.

Sandeep Narwal started the second half on a brighter note for Puneri Paltan with a two-point raid in the 22nd minute.

Jaipur Pink Panthers in full control of the match in the second half as they didn’t take any
unnecessary risks. With less than five minutes to go, Jaipur led 30-20 and were on course to a comfortable victory.

Puneri Paltan’s efforts of making a comeback were thwarted as their raiders just couldn’t pick up
enough points.

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 6: Bengal Warriors registers narrow 26-22 win vs Puneri Paltan

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors registers narrow 26-22 win vs Puneri Paltan

Ahmedabad, Nov 17: Bengal Warriors clinched a narrow 26-22 win over Puneri Paltan in an inter-zonal clash of the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Saturday.

Bengal’s Maninder Singh scored six raid points and his teammate Ravindra Kumawat fetched five crucial points.

On the other hand, PuneriPaltan’s G.B. More scored nine points but just didn’t get enough support from his fellow raiders.

GB More got Puneri Paltan up and running with two raids in two minutes but Bengal Warriors leveled the game with a tackle and raid point. Akshay Jadhav got into the act for PuneriPaltan and scored two raid points to give his team 4-2 lead. G.B. More made a two-point raid as PuneriPaltan led 6-3 after five minutes.

Bengal Warriors never let the lead increase to more than three points as their defence helped them to level the match at 7-7 after 10 minutes. Both teams approached the match with caution as they traded raid and tackle points at regular intervals. At the end of the first half, Puneri Paltan held a slender one-point advantage to lead 13-12.

The second half saw the same pattern emerge as neither teams could gain an advantage. There was no all-out inflicted and neither teams’ raiders could get going as we have seen in the past. After 30 minutes of play both teams were level at 16-16 and it was anyone’s game.

A lot of empty raids were made as both teams played on the do-or-die raid strategy. It was Bengal Warriors defence that kept them in the game as they made a slew of successful tackles.

In the 36th minute, Maninder Singh made a crucial two-point raid to give Bengal Warriors 21-19 lead. In the next minute Bengal Warriors inflicted the first all-out of the match to open a six-point gap to lead 25-19.

Despite G.B. More getting two raid points in the last two minutes, Bengal Warriors held their nerve to win 26-22.

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Pro Kabaddi: Puneri Paltan show grit, hold U Mumba to 32-32 draw

Chennai, Oct 7: Former champions U-Mumba led for large parts but eventually succumbed to the grit of local rivals Puneri Paltan and settle for an entertaining 32-32 draw in the opening day’s second game of the Pro Kabaddi League 2018 tournament here at the packed Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium on Sunday.

After inflicting the only all out of the match in latter stages of the first half, U Mumba pulled away from 20-20 at one stage early on in the second period to lead by two points in the dying seconds of the tie.

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But a successful raid from Monu followed by the Pune defence hacking down U Mumba’s star raider Siddharth Desai to the mat dashed U Mumba’s hopes of starting afresh after a dismal previous season where they lost four of their last five matches to miss out from the qualification scenario for the playoffs.

Nitin Tomar racked up 15 raid points for Pune while Desai scored one less for U Mumba as both the Maharashtra sides fought tooth and nail till the final whistle in an exhibition of fitness shown by both sets of players.

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With the result, U Mumba have now failed to get past Pune on five occasions in the last six meetings.

There was nothing to choose between teams for much of the first period barring U Mumba inflicting an all out on their local rivals who frittered their three-point lead at one point (9-6) to trail 14-18.

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However, two successful raids from Nitin Tomar coupled with Siddharth Desai failing to get the better of Pune defence helped Pune end the half at 18-20.

Post the breather, Monu helped Pune take the first point with a successful raid. Abhishek Singh faltered for U Mumba to level proceedings at 20-20 but Rohit Baliyan restored his side’s lead to two points.

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In form Siddharth then scored a super raid to stretch U Mumba’s lead to four points (21-25) but Tomar kept Pune in the game till the end and his efforts paid off when first Monu raided successfully followed by the Pune defence hacking Siddharth to the mat to level proceedings.

Ashan Kumar
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Pro Kabaddi League: Puneri Paltan Signs Ashan Kumar as a Coach for Season 6

Puneri Paltan has roped in their new coach, Ashan Kumar, for the upcoming Season 6 of the upcoming Pro Kabaddi League.

Ashan is an established Kabaddi player and a coach. Eventually, his career as a player has also been a glorified one. The former services Kabaddi coach subsequently worked closely with Nashik Army sports unit.

The athlete is a Grade A diploma holder in Kabaddi coaching from National Institute of Sports. As a player, he had his stints with the national team representing India at international tournaments as a captain.

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In the past, Ashan led the ever-solid Indian Kabaddi side to Gold during Beijing XIth Asian Games, 2nd, 4th and 6th South Asian Games and Jaipur second Asian Kabaddi Championship, to name a few tournaments.

Ashan was the coach of the Haryana team in the 64th Kabaddi Senior Nationals where the team qualified for the semi-finals. He was bestowed with the esteemed Arjuna Award in 1999 by the President of India, Bhim Award in 1994 by Haryana Governor and Bharat Gaurav Award in 1993 by the AKFI President.

Speaking on the appointment of the new coach, Kailash Kandpal, CEO of Puneri Paltan said,

“We are looking at building a dynamic squad and wanted a coach who has got varied experience across teams. Ashan Kumar, appointed as a coach for season 6, has worked with international and national teams. With a proven track record with these teams, he is excited and eager to prove himself in PKL format. We are banking on his experience and strategic inputs to help us clinch the title this season.”

Concluding, Ashan Kumar has expressed his delight to be part of Pune’s favourite team. He is aiming to give his best in the league.

“I am very delighted to be a part of Puneri Paltan . (It) has been inching higher and higher, season after season. I intend to enhance the performance of the team in the upcoming season of PKL,” Ashan asserted.

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PKL-6: Puneri Paltan recruits Ashan Kumar as new coach

Pune, May 15: Pune-based kabbadi outfit Puneri Paltan on Tuesday signed their new coach, Ashan Kumar, for the upcoming sixth season of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL).

Ashan is an established kabaddi player and a coach.

Ashan is a former services kabaddi coach and has worked closely with Nashik Army sports unit. He is also a Grade A diploma holder in kabaddi coaching from the National Institute of Sports.

As a player, he had stints with the national team representing India at international tournaments as captain. He captained the Indian kabaddi side to Gold during the Beijing XIth Asian Games, 2nd, 4th and 6th South Asian Games and Jaipur 2nd Asian Kabaddi Championship, to name a few tournaments.

Ashan was the coach of the Haryana team in the 64th Kabaddi Senior Nationals where the side reached the semi-finals.

He was honoured with the Arjuna Award in 1999, Bhim Award in 1994 by the Haryana Governor and the Bharat Gaurav Award in 1993 by the AKFI President.

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Puneri Paltan to launch its flagship property “Bol Kabaddi”

  • Puneri Paltan to launch its flagship property “Bol Kabaddi” on 4th March 2018 in Liberty Square, Phoenix Market City, Pune with Deepika Joseph gracing the tournament.
  • Celebrity guest – Deepika Joseph, Gold Medallist International Kabaddi Player (Team India)
  • Under 17 All Girls Inter-School Kabaddi tournament

Puneri Paltan is conducting an All Girls Inter-School Kabaddi tournament on 4th March 2018 to celebrate the power of women in Kabaddi. Deepika Joseph, an established International Kabaddi player, and a true Punekar will be gracing the occasion to motivate the girls.

Deepika has bagged Gold Medal in 2010 Asian Games, 2012 South Asian Games, 2012 first women’s Kabaddi World Cup and has made the country proud.

With this tournament, Puneri Paltan will launch its flagship property Bol Kabaddi which is an effort from the franchise’s end to develop Kabaddi at the grassroots and to engage fans with the beautiful sport of Kabaddi.

The tournament will be played on the mat hence sports shoes are mandatory.

Details of the tournament:

Date: 4th March 2018

Venue: Liberty Square, Phoenix Market City

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Puneri Paltan dynamic leader Deepak Hooda has become a household name. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

Pro Kabbadi League: Interview with Puneri Paltan Skipper and All-rounder Deepak Hooda

From the hard-working part-time teacher to the Kabbadi professional – the sensational athlete in the form of Deepak Hooda has shown a remarkable improvement – to write the script in his way- in the energy-sapping game after failing to complete his education due to early loss of his parents back home.

Following the fame, the promising raider Hooda further sheds light on his hard-fought career while revealing his secret to success has been thorough professionalism and discipline after being introduced to the Pro Kabbadi League some four years back (2014), as he eventually believes his PKL outfit Puneri Paltan has done well in the past couple of seasons.

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Deepak Hooda knows what it takes to courage and commitment. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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Prolific at the raiding skills, the 23-year-old Hooda hails from the Rohtak district of Haryana state which further saw him facing the ordeals in life, as the initial struggle made him dedicated towards such sport which taught him a lot through and through.

While defying all the odds to eye glory, Hooda has the longstanding aim to represent India in the Olympics and set the horizon on to win the gold for the national side.

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Deepak Hooda is the example of burgeoning success. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

Following the mixed emotions, Hooda — the brother of two sisters worked hard to stay fit which further saw him taking the Kabbadi seriously way back in 2009, as he believes the captaincy has shaped him well and he is cherishing the responsibility after coming into the limelight.

Swift in action, Hooda, who’s the hot property of the Pro Kabbadi League which subsequently saw him making the dream debut for Telugu Titans during the first edition of the competition in 2014.

Banking on his strength, Hooda has recently been the part of 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship where India thumps Pakistan by 36-22 in Iran and he has set his complete focus on the Asian Games slated for 2018.

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Deepak Hooda has been deceptive with his set of skills when it comes to challenging the opposition. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

Interestingly, Hooda fetched the second highest bidding in 2014 during the Pro Kabaddi League when Telugu Titans availed his services in INR 12.6 lakh.

Hooda made his national debut in the South Asian Games for 2016 held in Guwahati.

Knitting the dream of featuring in the Kabaddi world, Hooda served as a teacher to earn the livelihood for his family after his father Ram Nivas passed away.

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Deepak Hooda set his aim to bring glory to home. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

At the tender age of four, now, the household name Hooda witnessed his mother passed away, but that did not stop him from the dream of carving a niche out of Kabaddi career.

In 2016, Hooda joined Puneri Paltan which saw his all-round performances strengthen one of the top franchises.

The Puneri Paltan captain and star all-rounder Hooda spoke to Sportzwiki, in a freewheeling chat about his career while giving his insights about the rigorous preparations and the impact of the Kabaddi as a sport in his personal and professional life.

Here are the excerpts from an interview with Deepak Hooda:

SW: First of all congratulations Deepak on winning Asian Kabaddi Championship. Now to begin; has the feeling sunk in yet?

DH: Our joy knew no bounds when we won the finale against Pakistan. It is the dream of every Indian player to represent the country on an international platform and win gold. I am pleased to have made India proud and hope to do so again in the 2018 Asian Games.

SW: India made light-work of her opponents in the semi-final and final beating South Korea and Pakistan respectively. Did you think it would be that easy? Describe in your words how the knock-out games played out for you?

DH: One should never underestimate their opponents, especially in a game like Kabaddi where one moment can change the entire match. We worked hard and trained hard equally before all our matches. We carefully studied our opponents and devised our strategy accordingly.

India was always a strong contender for the trophy. We defeated every team in our group by a huge margin and reached the finals effortlessly.

It was a smooth journey through the knock-outs, and personally, I got to know how the players from other countries play and understood their strengths and weaknesses which will help me and the Indian squad in 2018 Asian Games.

SW: Were you disappointed that after a grand success of PKL 2017, an international tournament of a stature like Asian Championship received relatively less coverage? If yes, what it is down to?

DH: Pro Kabaddi League has popularized Kabaddi in India so much that PKL season 5 finale was the most watched non-cricketing event by Indians.

This shows that Indians love Kabaddi and want to watch it. It would have promoted the game more if it would have been broadcasted on TV.

It means a lot to us if we know people back home are seeing us play on an international level and it gives us that extra confidence.

We hope that in future the authorities understand our emotions and help take Kabaddi forward in India.

SW: Now on to your Puneri Paltan days, how you rate this season with Paltan? Also, how was your experience of captaining them for the first time?

DH: Puneri Paltan as a team performed very well in season 5. Third time in a row our team qualified for the playoffs. Till last season we had never won a match against U Mumba, and this year we managed to defeat them in all three Maharashtra Derby matches.

It was challenging to lead a team and also to have you’re ’A’ game on the mat. I understood that captainship was not just a post but an important responsibility.

My game has evolved and the practice and coaching has helped me focus and play the game with a calm mind. Captainship has helped me to make the right choices at the right time in crux situations.

SW: You crossed 400-points mark in season 5 and you are the only player from the Paltan to do so. Is your team heavily reliant on you offensively or this was a team strategy? Do you enjoy shouldering this responsibility?

DH: The team was not heavily reliant on me for offence. We had really good raiders like Rajesh Mondal, Sandeep Narwal, Akshay Jadhav, Monu, and Suresh, who scored points for us during critical moments and helped us win a lot of matches. It was our strategy to rotate/substitute raiders, who would score raid points whilst maintaining a strong defense which would stop the opponents from scoring.

Yes, I enjoy shouldering the responsibility of the captain and ensure that the team sticks together even off the mat and I always have the guidance of senior players in our team like Dharmaraj Cheralathan.

SW: I have a stat for you – Deepak had the maximum do or die raid points in season 5. So can you tell me how it is different than a normal raid? Also, you seem to perform well under do or die situations. How has this come about?

DH: Do-or-die raid is the raid after two consecutive empty raids. In a do-or-die raid, the raider has to score at least one point else he/she would be declared out.

As far as performance under pressure is concerned, Kabaddi is a fast-paced game, wherein a fraction of a second the momentum can completely shift either in your favor or in your opponent’s favour.

Therefore, it is important for all Kabaddi players to be alert at all times and play calmly. I used to do Yoga before matches, which helped me a lot to play with composure during do-or-die situations.

SW: You are one of the fittest players going around in Pro-Kabaddi. What’s the secret of your fitness? Can you share your diet plan?

DH: The secret to my fitness is discipline. I strongly believe that without a set routine one cannot stay fit. I religiously follow my fitness routine and diet plan even during offseason.

Fitness has become an integral part of my life, if I don’t work out even for a day I feel I have missed something huge. One other important factor is self-control.  There will be times when you would want to give in to the temptations and cheat, but not doing so will take you a long way.

My diet plan is well balanced with proteins, carbs, minerals, and vitamins. My favorite is milk with almonds. I also have sugar free orange and pineapple juice for the vitamins.

SW: Pune has managed to reach playoffs for three consecutive seasons now.  Can it go a step further and win the sixth season? Also, the reason why you think it should win?

DH: The team has a lot of a potential and the management is also very supportive. Puneri Paltan was one of the most well-balanced teams in season 5. We had the perfect mix of experienced players and young talent. Due to a few miscalculations and last minute errors, we lost to Patna Pirates in the playoffs, but next season we will be back with a bang.

SW: To sum-up: What’s your aim for Pune and India?

DH: I want Kabaddi to be included in Olympics, be a part of the Olympics Indian Kabaddi squad and win gold.

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Puneri Paltan Register 150% Increase In Revenues

Pune, Nov 23 (IANS) Puneri Paltan have registered a 150 per cent increase in revenues this Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) season, held between July 28 to October 28, as compared to the previous season, it was announced on Thursday.

“From having not a single sponsor in season one to being associated with national brands in season 5, Puneri Paltan has come a long way. Among all the teams that played, Puneri Paltan was the only team which has successfully sold all the available sponsorship spots in the recently concluded PKL season 5,” a release said.

Puneri lost in the Eliminator 3 to eventual champions Patna Pirates.

They further added: “Merchandise sales were also good and there was a whooping increase in sales by 2600 percent.”

Kailash Kandpal CEO of Puneri Paltan said, “Pro Kabaddi League Season 5 has been fabulous for us. Our progress has been good, from having no sponsors on board to having national brands like Syska, Force Motors and Kirloskar in season 5.

“The sponsors were delighted with team’s performance and were proud to be associated with a top performing team of PKL S5.

Puneri also registered an increase of 60 percent in social media fan base.

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