Gakhal Group hockey league from October 8 – The Tribune India

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Updated At: Oct 04, 2021 07:14 AM (IST)
The first Ghakhal Group Pro Hockey League is beginning here at the local Lyallpur Khalsa College Astroturf Hockey ground from October 8 onwards. – File photo


Jalandhar, October 3
The first Ghakhal Group Pro Hockey League is beginning here at the local Lyallpur Khalsa College Astroturf Hockey ground from October 8 onwards.
DC Ghanshyam Thori, who is also the president of the Surjit Hockey Society and Academy, said the two-day ‘Six-a-Side League’ will be organised in three formats, including junior, sub-junior and kids to promote hockey at junior level.
As many as 30 matches will be played in all three categories. The renowned city-based NRI and sports promoters Amolak Singh Gakhal, Chairman, Gakhal Group (USA) will be the main sponsor.
According to Iqbal Singh Sandhu, organising secretary of the Pro Hockey League, said 18 teams, including Rakshak-XI, California Eagles (USA), Sheray Sports, Milwaukee Wolves (USA), Royal infra, Tut Brothers (USA), Alfa Hockey, Gakhal Brothers (USA), JPGA Farmers, Black Panther (USA), Pukhraj Health Care, Jonex Sports, Hans Raj & Sons (Kpt) Tracer Shoes, AGI Jalandhar heights, Continent Hotels, Tyka Sports and Flash hockey would compete against each other.
Teams will be provided playing kit, meals and diet to each player/officials. The meals will also be provided to parents or guests who will come to witness the matches. The matches will be played at 7:30 am onwards till evening, Sandhu added. — TNS
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