38 probables named for South Asian Games

Updated: 31 December 2009 15:04 IST

Hockey India released the names of 38 probables for a training camp which started in Lucknow from December 29 for the preparations of next month's South Asian G

38 probables named for South Asian Games

New Delhi:

Hockey India on Thursday released the names of 38 probables for a training camp which started in Lucknow from December 29 for the preparations of next month's South Asian Games in Dhaka.

The players will train under coaches Clarence Lobo and Gundeep Kumar till the team departs on January 25 for the January 29 to February 8 event in Bangladesh.

HI also released a list of 22 senior players who have started training in Pune from yesterday under chief coach Jose Brasa for the upcoming tournaments.

Probables for South Asian Games:

Goalkeepers: Harjeet Singh, Mrinal Chaubay, Jaswinder Singh, C Santosh Kumar.

Defenders: V Raghunath, Innocent Kullu, Laxmi Karana, Manjit Kullu, Amit Rohidas, Irfan Ali.

Midfielders: Belsajar Horo, Vikas Pillay, Ajitesh Roy, Senthil Kumar, Birender Lakra (Jr), Amit Prabhakar, Sunil Ekka, Eliazer Lakra, Amardeep Ekka, Virenderjit Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Jasjeet Singh, Roshan Minz.

Forwards: Dharamvir Singh, Victo Singh, Pramod Kumar, Bikas Toppo, Adam Sinclair, Humza Mujtaba, Vinod Rayar, V Raja, Jai Karan, Lalit Upadhyay, Yuvraj Walmiki, Prabhdeep Singh, Satvir Singh, Mandeep Ghumman, Mohd Amir Khan.

Players for national camp:

Goalkeepers: Adrian D'souza, P R Sreejesh.

Defenders: Sandeep Singh, Diwakar Ram, Sardar Singh, Bharat Chikara.

Midfielders: Gurbaj Singh, Vikram Pillay, Dhananjay Mahadhik, Vikas Sharma, Arjun Halappa, Tushar Khandker, Birinder Lakra (Sr), Danish Mujtaba.

Forwards: Shivendra Singh, Rajpal Singh, Prabhjot Singh, Gurvinder Singh Chandi, S V Sunil, Deepak Thakur, Mandip Antil, Sarvanjit Singh.

Topics : Hockey
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