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Re: Indian Sports and Entertainment Industry

Postby Suresh S » 13 Jan 2019 23:28

Bajwa boss someone heard your voice, shubman gill is in the team


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Postby SBajwa » 14 Jan 2019 20:50

Suresh S wrote:Bajwa boss someone heard your voice, shubman gill is in the team



Thank you sir! He is from Amritsar but his father sold his land and spent his money on getting his son trained in Cricket from last 10+ years in Chandigarh/Mohali. Very very hard working lad!

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Postby hanumadu » 14 Jan 2019 21:49

Supratik wrote:Pro volleyball league 2019

https://www.dnaindia.com/sports/report- ... ar-2707174


Looks like most of the money in Hockey is from India now, not as much as Cricket but still a major player.

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Postby nash » 14 Jan 2019 22:35

IND vs BAH
0-0 half.

Team India really needs to up the game , ball possession and passing require lot of improvements.

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Postby Suraj » 14 Jan 2019 23:26

0-0 after 85 minutes. UAE-Thailand 1-1 . If things stay as they are, India goes through to round of 16.

Didn't know the football team are called Blue Tigers. Catchy name.

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Postby nash » 14 Jan 2019 23:34

India lost the game, due to penalty in extra time. Team India need to improve a lot.

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Postby Rahul M » 14 Jan 2019 23:35

lost to penalty in injury time. :(

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Postby Supratik » 14 Jan 2019 23:38

India lost. Out of AFC cup. I think they played a good defensive match today but there was no attack. I think it is psychological specially after loosing a winning match against UAE and with more exposure and better players things can improve.

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Postby arshyam » 14 Jan 2019 23:43

A long long way to go. Passing the ball needs to improve by a lot, it seems to be all over the place now. And there seems to be some reluctance in keeping the ball with our side and working towards the goal, our players are too quick to try to pass it on via long shots, and invariably to a Bahraini player. The contrast to the Bahraini side was striking, to say the least. For a moment, I was left wondering if this was the same side that beat Thailand last week?

Anyway, back to regular programming, second ODI tomorrow.

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Postby Supratik » 15 Jan 2019 00:00

Only 2 players in this team are good. Sunil Chetri, Sandesh Jhingan. We need to find better players. Also energy level in this match was low. Suggests that fitness at this level is still low in that they are not sustained in a tournament.

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Postby Suraj » 15 Jan 2019 00:03

Too bad. But the Pygmalion Effect will hopefully help the team - they'll do well as they keep being expected to do well. First time ever that I even cared about AFC Cup.

They played like excited rookies. I hope they'll grow significantly from this point.

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Postby Lalmohan » 15 Jan 2019 00:18

any chance of some of the team being rotated through clubs in asia or south America rather than Europe? might be easier from a money perspective to get some of the boys in there than in the more lucrative markets

it will massively help their game and confidence, etc.

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Postby Rahul M » 15 Jan 2019 01:50

guys, let's not dump on the players for one bad match. please check out the video of the highlights against UAE I posted in last page . this was the same bunch of players that played superbly against a much higher ranked team. or even the amazing finish in match 1.

clearly, the fitness and recovery is the issue here. not anything else.

meanwhile, constantine has resigned.

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Rahul M wrote:guys, let's not dump on the players for one bad match. please check out the video of the highlights against UAE I posted in last page . this was the same bunch of players that played superbly against a much higher ranked team. or even the amazing finish in match 1.

clearly, the fitness and recovery is the issue here. not anything else.

meanwhile, constantine has resigned.


Exactly!! Sports like Hockey and football need a bigger pool of players. Our hockey team has 50 probables out of which at least 16-17 are sent to each match and rotated. Football needs to be similar number of core probables.

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Postby SBajwa » 16 Jan 2019 02:47

That basket ball match above punjab vs delhi went down to last second for punjab to win

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https://www.newsnation.in/sports-news/o ... 11320.html

Abhinav Shaw became the youngest gold medallist at the Khelo India Youth Games when he teamedup with Mehuli Ghosh to help West Bengal win the 10m air-rifle mixed team event in Pune on Sunday. The 10-year-old from Asansol raised his game enough in the final to ensure Mehuli Ghosh's classy display would not result in any medal other than her second gold, a media release issued here said. The sixth-standard student had to bide his time to get on the range and display his talent, not being among the 16 shooters chosen to compete in the individual events in either Junior (under-21) and Youth (under-17) categories. He was not about to let it go. He dealt with the qualification and the final with a calm that would be the hallmark of any marksman.

The pint-sized but hugely talented young star made his team-mate, state and parents proud. A shy lad, embracing quiet, he has taken rapid strides in the direction his father Rupesh and coach Joydeep Karmakar, who missed Olympic bronze in 2012, have chosen for him. It was clear that the Karmakar-trainees complemented one another well. In the final, where each series has a time limit, Mehuli decided to let her young teammate take the first crack.

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"I take a little longer than him to line up my shot. He shoots pretty quickly and when we have a minute to complete our series, it helps to have him go first since he shoots quickly," said Mehuli.

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The West Bengal team scored 501.7 points in the final, better than their 498.2 in the Junior final and the 498.8 in the Youth final in Thiruvananthapuram, the release stated.

Delhi impress

Delhi's judokas and swimmers and Haryana's wrestlers chased Maharashtra hard in the medals race as the battle for overall supremacy gathered momentum in the Khelo India Youth Games on Saturday.

Maharashtra, who started the day with a lead of eight gold medals over second placed Delhi, now have 41 gold medals, having picked up nine on Saturday. They also have 33 silver and 42 bronze for a total of 116 medals, a media release issued here said. Maharashtra still hang on to the top position, while Delhi are on their heels with 33 gold, 23 silver and 27 bronze medals at a total of 83. Haryana have 29 gold, 29 silver and 32 bronze - total 90 medals. Of the total of 36 teams, from 29 states and 7 Union Territories, 28 have managed to get themselves on the medals tally.

In the day, Haryana continued their domination in wrestling as they added eight more gold and took their tally from the sport to 24 as wrestling came to an end. Haryana's total picking from wrestling was 58 medals in the four sections. Delhi judokas once again basked in glory, grabbing three gold medals out of the eight on the cards on Saturday and their tally of gold from Judo is now nine.

In shooting, Manavaditya Singh Rathore, son of Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, gathered himself after an uncertain start to blaze his way to the men's under-21 trap shooting gold medal.

In another trap event, a fisherman's daughter, Manisha Keer from Madhya Pradesh, claimed the women's under-21 gold. Youth Olympic Games silver medallist Mehuli Ghosh won the women's junior (under-21) 10m air rifle gold in a high profile contest.

Swimmers from Maharashtra, Karnataka and Delhi dominated the scene Saturday as between them they shared 21 of the 33 medals at stake. Punjab ruled the arena on the fourth day of weightlifting, winning three of the six gold on offer besides silver and bronze. The sporting extravaganza continues Sunday.

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Postby hanumadu » 16 Jan 2019 05:56

Gukesh D becomes the second youngest GM ever only 12 days older than Sergey Kariakin. India has 3 GMs now aged 14 or lower.

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https://youthgames.kheloindia.gov.in/


Rank State G S B Total
1 Maharashtra 68 51 62 181
2 Delhi 47 32 44 123
3 Haryana 38 36 38 112
4 Karnataka 28 26 19 73
5 Tamil Nadu 23 31 19 73
6 Uttar Pradesh 21 23 31 75
7 Punjab 19 15 24 58
8 Kerala 11 14 22 47
9 West Bengal 10 9 9 28
10 Gujarat 10 7 13 30

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Postby Supratik » 17 Jan 2019 22:37

It will be good to have timing records in the various races in athletics and swimming for both under-17 and under-21 for comparative purposes. Also they should include cycling at some point. It will help built velodromes which we have very few.

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Postby Suraj » 17 Jan 2019 23:04

hanumadu wrote:Gukesh D becomes the second youngest GM ever only 12 days older than Sergey Kariakin. India has 3 GMs now aged 14 or lower.

I hope this extends to bench strength that enables success at the Chess Olympiad. For a country with so much growth in the sport, we do relatively poorly in this event - a grand total of one bronze .

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Postby Supratik » 18 Jan 2019 18:03

Saina in Malaysian Masters SF. Will play Marin. Sindhu not playing. Srikanth is still struggling. Lost in QF.

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Postby arshyam » 18 Jan 2019 18:39

And the men in blue created more history today: a 2-1 ODI series win following the 2-1 test series win against Australia in Australia.

Also, Dhoni with a third consecutive half-century and second consecutive victory-fetching performance has effectively guaranteed his spot for the world cup.

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Postby SBajwa » 23 Jan 2019 21:45

India defeated New Zealand in ODI. NZ 155 all out in 38 overs. India achieved 156 in 35 overs. Dhawan 75 NO, Kohli 45

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Postby Supratik » 27 Jan 2019 16:06

Saina has won a Super Series title after a long long time. She won the Indonesia masters after Marin retired injured. Hope this win gives Saina more confidence for a comeback. She is only 28 although it seems she has been there for ever. Her game is looking good the way she played the semis.

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Postby ArjunPandit » 28 Jan 2019 17:19

^^India defeated NZ

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Postby SBajwa » 28 Jan 2019 20:38

India defeated NZ and wins 5 matches ODI series!!! Despite Bumrah being rested. In rest of the 2 matches we should test our bench strength before ODI world cup.

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arshyam wrote:And the men in blue created more history today: a 2-1 ODI series win following the 2-1 test series win against Australia in Australia.

Also, Dhoni with a third consecutive half-century and second consecutive victory-fetching performance has effectively guaranteed his spot for the world cup.


his enemies and detractors haven't quite finished yet.

I am rooting for Dhoni, as always.

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Postby SBajwa » 31 Jan 2019 22:22

Indian hockey women are currently touring Spain and Ireland. Doing surprisingly good.

first match against Spain lost 3-2
Second match against Spain 1-1 draw
Third match against Spain 5-2 won
Fourth match against Spain 2-2 (today)

So! Series is drawn but India scored more goals.

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Postby Suraj » 31 Jan 2019 23:00

http://www.fih.ch/rankings/outdoor/

Women's rankings:
1 Netherlands EUR 2550 0
2 England EUR 1856 0
3 Australia OCE 1850 0
4 Argentina PAN 1790 0
5 Germany EUR 1601 0
6 New Zealand OCE 1525 0
7 Spain EUR 1451 0
8 Ireland EUR 1380 0
9 India ASI 1188 0
10 China ASI 1178 0
11 Korea ASI 1151 0
12 USA PAN 1074 0
13 Belgium EUR 1045 0
14 Japan ASI 1018 0
15 South Africa AFR 893 0

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Postby SBajwa » 06 Feb 2019 22:06

India women team defeated Ireland in Ireland winning the series.

first match 1-1 draw
second match 3-0 win.

Next is Sultan Azlan Shah cup March 23-30 in Ipoh, Malaysia (Men's)

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Good to see the ladies hockey team beat two higher ranked Oiro sides.


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