CRUCIAL GOALS by Rupinder Pal Singh (57’) and Simon Child (59’) in the dying minutes of the match saw Delhi Waveriders get past the dangerous Kalinga Lancers with a 6-4 win here at the Coal India Hockey India League.
DABANG MUMBAI avenged their bitter loss to Kalinga Lancers in their home game with a sensational 5-2 win here today that ensured they earned their top spot on the points table again. Kalinga Lancers are now pushed to the second spot.
KALINGA LANCERS skipper Moritz Fuerste (32' and 33'), Glenn Turner (40') ensure 4-3 win against table toppers Dabang Mumbai.
UTTAR PRADESH WIZARDS were unstoppable as they scored a sensational 10-0 win against Kalinga Lancers denying the hosts an opportunity to top the points table again.
RANCHI RAYS earned their first victory in front of an animated home crowd who turned up in large numbers to support their team and they were not disappointed.
The Chief Coach of Indian senior men’s team believes a good start at this season’s Coal India HIL will set the momentum for a tough calendar year in 2017. Kalinga Lancers will take on home team Ranchi Rays in what promises to be yet another exciting encounter on Thursday.
AUSTRALIAN GLENN TURNER struck twice for hosts Kalinga Lancers to hand his side a splendid 4-2 victory that enthralled the home crowd who turned up in great numbers at the Kalinga Stadium for the fifth edition of Coal India Hockey India League.
GURJINDER SINGH converted a brilliant penalty corner to hand Kalinga Lancers a 1-0 win against Delhi Waveriders, giving last year’s finalists a great start to this year’s Coal India Hockey India League on Sunday.
FOR 18-YEAR-OLD Nilam Sanjeep Xess from a little known village called Kadobahal near Bargarh district in Odisha, making a debut in this year’s Coal India Hockey India League means a great deal.
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