Hockey India names 33 players for Junior Men’s National Coaching Camp




Hockey India on Saturday named the 33 Junior Men Core Probables for the Indian Junior Men’s National camp to begin on January 7 at Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru. The players will train under Coach Jude Felix till 15th March.

Indian Junior Men's Hockey Team in action during the Sultan of Johor Cup, Malaysia

Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team in action during the Sultan of Johor Cup, Malaysia

The National Camp includes Mandeep Mor, Pratap Lakra, Pankaj Rajak, Harmanjit Singh, Vishal Singh, Raushan Kumar, Dilpreet Singh, Maninder Singh, Sanjay, Senthamizh Shankar, Abhishek, Vishal Antil, Varinder Singh, Vivek Prasad, Suman Beck, Sukhjeet Singh, Rabichandra Moirangthem and Shilanand Lakra who were part of the 18-member Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team that won the Bronze Medal at the recently-held Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia. The group will be looking at the overall development during this national camp and will also get an opportunity to closely watch their senior compatriots go about their preparations for an all-important year that features the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Asian Games and Odisha Men’s Hockey World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018.

“It is a long camp and we will be looking at different ways to bring in overall development. While our primary focus will be to improve our skills, fitness, speed, mental conditioning and other aspects of the game, this camp also gives us the time to engage in team building activities. I am also looking at having classes to improve the athletes communication skills and general knowledge. They are a very hardworking group and have the commitment to give what it takes to graduate to the next level. It is also great that they get to watch the senior team so closely as we are in the same campus,” expressed Coach Jude Felix.
National Campers:
Goalkeepers
1. Pankaj Kumar Rajak – Steel Plant Sports Board
2. Tanuj Gulia – Hockey Haryana
3. Prashant Kumar Chauhan – Uttar Pradesh Hockey
4. AS. Sentamizh Arasu – SSCB
Defenders
5. Suman Beck – Hockey Odisha
6. Harmanjit Singh – Hockey Punjab
7. Mandeep Mor – Hockey Haryana
8. Mohd Faraz – Uttar Pradesh Hockey
9. Prince – Punjab & Sind Bank
10. Pratap Lakra – Hockey Gangpur Odisha
Midfielders
11. Varinder Singh – Hockey Punjab
12. Sunny Malik – Hockey Haryana
13. Vishal Antil – Hockey Haryana
14. Yashdeep Siwach – Hockey Haryana
15. Vishal Singh – Uttar Pradesh Hockey
16. Vivek Sagar Prasad – M.P. Hockey Academy
17. Akshay Avasthi – M.P. Hockey Academy
18. Sukhjeet Singh – Hockey Chandigarh
19. Rabichandra Singh Moirangthem – Manipur Hockey
20. Dinachandra Singh Moirangthem – MP Hockey Academy
Forwards
21. Shilanand Lakra – Steel Plant Sports Board
22. Jai Prakash Patel – Steel Plant Sports Board
23. Dilpreet Singh – Hockey Punjab
24. Mohd. Saif Khan – Sports Authority of India
25. Raushan Kumar – Sports Authority of India
26. Abhishek – Hockey Haryana
27. Shivam Anand – Uttar Pradesh Hockey
28. Rahul Kumar Rajbhar – Uttar Pradesh Hockey
29. Mohd. Alishan – M.P Hockey Academy
30. Sanjay – Hockey Chandigarh
31. Maninder Singh – Hockey Chandigarh
32. Rahul – SSCB
33. Anand Kumar Bara – Hockey Bihar

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