Hockey India names 39 core probables for junior women's national camp ahead of tri-nation tournament Down Under

Hockey India (HI) on Sunday named the 39 core probables list for the upcoming Indian junior women's national coaching camp scheduled to begin on Monday.

Press Trust of India November 03, 2019 16:08:00 IST
Hockey India names 39 core probables for junior women's national camp ahead of tri-nation tournament Down Under
  • The players will report to coach Baljeet Singh Saini at the SAI Bengaluru campus for the camp

  • The Indian junior women's team is scheduled to play a three-nation tournament starting 3 December

  • Coach Saini expressed excitement on training with six players from the senior women core probables group

New Delhi: Hockey India (HI) on Sunday named the 39 core probables list for the upcoming Indian junior women's national coaching camp scheduled to begin on Monday.

The players will report to coach Baljeet Singh Saini at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru campus for the national coaching camp which will conclude on 28 November.

Hockey India names 39 core probables for junior womens national camp ahead of trination tournament Down Under

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The Indian junior women's team is scheduled to play a three-nation tournament starting 3 December in Australia with New Zealand being the third team.

"The players were put under a strenuous training regime in their last camp in October and they have improved on various aspects tremendously," said Saini.

"However, we are expecting tough challenges from Australia and New Zealand and therefore we have jotted a few more things that we need to work on in the next National Coaching Camp."

The coach expressed his excitement of training with six players from the senior women core probables group.

Suman Devi Thoudam, Bichu Devi Kharibam, Mahima Choudhary, Reet, Chetna, and Sharmila Devi, who are in the age of the junior women's category, will add a different kind of experience to the national coaching camp.

"We are very excited to have six players from the senior women core probables group, as they can share their experience and guide the junior players in the right direction," said Saini.

"The Indian Junior Women's Team played brilliantly during the tour of Belarus in June, but we have to perform even better in the three-nation tournament in Australia. The team will gain a lot of confidence if they perform in a top hockey-playing nation such as Australia."

Core Probables List:

Goalkeepers: Rashanpreet Kaur, Khushboo, F Ramengmawii

Defenders: Priyanka, Simran Singh, Marina Lalramnghaki, Gagandeep Kaur, Ishika Chaudhary, Jotika Kalsi, Sumita, Akshata Dhekale, Usha, Parneet Kaur, Mahima Choudhary, Suman Devi Thoudam.

Midfielders: Baljeet Kaur, Mariana Kujur, Kirandeep Kaur, Prabhleen Kaur, Preeti, Ajmina Kujur, Vaishnavi Phalke, Kavita Bagdi, Baljinder Kaur, Sushma Kumari, Reet, Chetna, Bichu Devi Kharibam.

Forwards: Mumtaz Khan, Beauty Dungdung, Gurmail Kaur, Deepika, Lalrindinki, Jiwan Kishori Toppo, Rutuja Pisal, Sangita Kumari, Yogita Bora, Annu, Sharmila Devi.

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