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Girish Ernak announced as captain of Puneri Paltan for upcoming season of Pro Kabaddi League

'Girish will take charge of the team this season. With his leadership skills, I am sure he will up the teams game in Season 6,' Kandpal was quoated as saying in the release.

Press Trust of India September 26, 2018 19:27:27 IST

Pune: Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) franchise Puneri Paltan Wednesday announced Girish Ernak as captain for the upcoming sixth season of the league.

Girish has been associated with Puneri Paltan from season 5.

Girish Ernak (extreme right) has been playing for Puneri Paltan since seas0n 5.

Kailash Kandpal, CEO of Puneri Paltan, and Head coach Ashan Kumar, unveiled the team's jersey for the upcoming season, a media release issued here said.

"Girish will take charge of the team this season. With his leadership skills, I am sure he will up the teams game in Season 6," Kandpal was quoated as saying in the release.

The sixth season of the PKL begins 7 October and Puneri Paltan will be playing its first match against U Mumba on the same day in Chennai.

Puneri Paltan's home leg matches in Pune are scheduled from 18 to 24 October.

 

Updated Date: September 26, 2018 19:27:27 IST

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