Rajpal Singh is back on the field. This time, however, sans hockey stick and flip shots. The colour of his uniform has changed too. From the blue shades of the Indian hockey team, to the khaki of the Punjab police. The ex- captain of the Indian hockey men’s team, who is a Deputy Superintendent with
The Punjab Warriors consolidate their position on top of the table by beating defending champions Delhi Daredevils with a scoreline of 7-0.
If it were not for the Dabang Goalkeeper D’souza, Ranchi Rays would have scored a winner surely. D’Souza made some amazing saves to stop the Ranchi Rays from scoring again.
With the score at 3-1, there was still enough time for another penalty corner conversion by the expert VR Raghunath. Uttar Pradesh raised the hopes for a comeback like they did against Delhi Waveriders.
The Kalinga Lancers have a very young squad. The energy and enthusiasm of the young boys will be a big asset for the team. It is also possibly the best time for Jude Felix to lay a claim for the vacant national coaching position and his performance as coach of Kalinga will be watched closely
India kept coming back from a goal deficit but it was Pakistan that had the final laugh in an absorbing Champions Trophy Semi-Final played in Bhubaneshwar, Orissa. In a thrilling encounter, spectators were treated to a cliffhanger as both teams fought brave. But it was Pakistan that came through by beating India 4-3 and they have now
“Everyone is his own coach because nobody can tell you what your weaknesses are, only you know,” – Indian captain Sardara Singh