Ranchi Rays Register 2nd Consecutive Win: HIL 2016

Ashley Jackson continued to lead the Ranchi Rays by example as the defending champions beat Delhi Waveriders 2-1 in their first home game of the 2016 Hockey India League at the Astroturf Hockey Stadium in Ranchi on Tuesday. Skipper Jackson scored twice from penalty corners to help his side recover from a 0-1 deficit and

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Punjab Warriors Beat Mumbai To Claim Top Spot: HIL 2016

Match 7 of the Coal India Hockey India League was played between the Jaypee Punjab Warriors and Dabang Mumbai at the Sector 42 Hockey stadium in Chandigarh. On a cold Sunday evening, it was the home side that prevailed with a 3-1 victory and hence picked up five points to go to the top of

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Uttar Pradesh Wizards Suffer Second Defeat: HIL 2016

The Uttar Pradesh Wizards suffered their second successive defeat on home turf at the hands of Delhi Waveriders on Saturday. At the Major Dhyan Chand Stadium in Lucknow, the PR Sreejesh-led team went down 1-3 against the visitors in an evenly contested game. Indian defender Rupinderpal Singh and Steven Edwards scored for the Waveriders while

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Punjab Warriors Avenge 2015 Defeat Against Ranchi: HIL 2016

Tuesday witnessed two Hockey India League heavyweights up against each other as the Jaypee Punjab Warriors took on defending champions Ranchi Rays in Mohali. In a closely-fought encounter, the home side escaped with a narrow 2-0 win, thus avenging their defeat in the 2015 HIL final. Interestingly, this was the first win for the Punjab

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UP Wizards Edge Out Kalinga In Seven-Goal Thriller

The opening game of the Coal India Hockey India League 2016 was played on Monday and was no less than an edge-of-the-seat thriller. In a nail-biting encounter where seven goals were scored, the Uttar Pradesh Wizards made a terrific comeback to beat hosts Kalinga Lancers 8-6 (2 points for a goal being scored according to

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Hockey India League 2016: Ranchi Look To Defend Title

The fourth season of the Coal India Hockey India League kicks off tomorrow. The new-look league comes with new squads, new coaches and also with an increase in the tournament prize money. At the end of the three-year contract period, Fresh auctions were held and teams managed to retain a handful of players along with

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