Category: Pro Volleyball League

Calicut Heroes wins first ever Kerala derby, whitewashes Kochi Blue Spikers

Kochi, February 9th 2019: Day 8 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League saw the first whitewash of the season as Calicut Heroes defeated Kochi Blue Spikers (15-11, 15-9, 15-14, 15-13, 15-10) with a bonus point from the much-anticipated Kerala Derby here on Saturday in front of a packed house. Skipper Jerome Vinith led from the front for Calicut with 16 points (14 spikes and 2 serves). K Praveen Kumar put up a valiant effort for Kochi with 10 points (9 spikes and 1 block).

Ajith Lal and Vinith also became the leading scorers of spike points with 38 and 33 respectively from three matches.

Calicut started the first set not winning points just on attack but with their immaculate defence as they raced to an 8-4 lead entering the first Technical Time Out (TTO). Ajith Lal, Paul Lotman, Iluoni Ngampourou and skipper Jerome Vinith led the Calicut scoring business. Right after the TTO, Calicut called for a Super Point but Lal put up a bad serve. Kochi looked like making a comeback as they closed the gap to 9-11 and called for a Super Point but a misdirected spike from David Lee reinstated a four-point lead for Calicut and they closed the set 15-11 with an inch perfect spike from skipper Vinith.

Calicut were looking unstoppable as they didn’t give Kochi an inch of breathing space and cut through the opponent’s defence with consistent attack and serving. At TTO, Calicut lead 8-1. Kochi looked completely out of sorts and had no answer to Calicut’s power play as they took a 2-0 lead in the match, winning the set 15-9.

It seemed like a similar story of the previous two sets as Calicut led 4-0 before a spike from K Praveen Kumar gave Kochi their first point. Kochi looked like finding their rhythm finally and called for a Super Point on Calicut’s serve at 4-7 and won it to reduce the gap to 6-7. Calicut now called for a Super Point and an error by Prabagaran S gave the point to Calicut making it 9-6 in Calicut’s favour going into the TTO. Kochi showed their grit and from being 12-14 down levelled the score at 14 -14, but that wasn’t enough as Iluoni ended the set with a spike to give Calicut an unassailable 3-0 lead in the match.

It looked more like a competition in the fourth set as both teams countered each other’s moves. The point advantage was never more than one point till 9-8 when an error by Ukkrapandian and a serve point by Lotman gave Calicut an 11-8 lead. Kochi came back to level the score at 13-13 benefitting from Karthik’s serve error on Calicut’s Super Point. Calicut won the set 15-13 as the filled house looked at the possibility of the first white-wash of the season.
Kochi spent the fifth set chasing Calicut’s lead. At 3-6 Kochi called from a Super Point and won it on Calicut’s serve. Immediately, Calicut called for a Super Point and won the same with a spike from skipper Vinith. It was Calicut’s day completely as they won even the fifth set in style closing the match with a Super Serve by Karthik A.

Calicut Heroes will take on Black Hawks Hyderabad on February 10th 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV from 6:50 PM IST.

RuPay player of the match: Paul Lotman
Final Score: Calicut Heroes beat Kochi Blue Spikers -15-11, 15-9, 15-14, 15-13,15-10

Kochi Blue Spikers register hat-trick of wins as they defeated Black Hawks Hyderabad

Kochi, February 8th 2019: Day 7 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League saw Kochi Blue Spikers register hat-trick of wins for the season defeating Black Hawks Hyderabad 3-2 (12-15, 15-11, 15-12, 15-10, 14-15) here on Friday. David Lee showed his class for Kochi as he scored 12 points (7 spikes and 5 blocks). Ashwal Rai was the leading scorer for Hyderabad as he overshadowed his illustrious teammate Carson Clark scoring 15 points (11 spikes and 4 blocks).
Rai put up an all-round performance and topped the list of players with the highest number of block points, i.e., 10 points from three matches.

The two teams were going toe-to-toe for each point in the first set. Hyderabad, with the help of four spike points by captain Clark entered the first Technical Time Out (TTO) with a point lead at 8-7. They looked a rejuvenated unit when they called for a Super Point at 10-9 and converted the same owing to a fault by Lee at the net. For Hyderabad, Rai was in red hot form scoring five points in the set as Hyderabad wrapped up the set at 15-12.

Kochi found their groove in the second set as they raced to an 8-5 lead at the TTO. At 10-6, Kochi looked like running away with the set but Alex Bader had other ideas and with deaf touch at the net and a spike reduced the difference to two points. Rai again came to the party and helped Hyderabad take a one-point lead with a spike and a block. Immediately, Hyderabad called for a Super Point and Lee broke their serve to give Kochi the advantage. Kochi now opted for a Super Point and converted. At 14-11, Prabagaran S closed the set for Kochi to level the match at 1-1.

Third set wasn’t dominated by any team as much. At 7-7, a spike by Suresh Khoiwal gave Kochi the much-needed lead going into the TTO. Kochi took two quick points but Rai levelled it with a spike and block at 10-10. At 11-10, Super Point was called by Kochi and a rock-solid block by Lee ensured that they win the point. Kochi held their nerve and won the set 15-12 to lead 2-1 in the match.

Like the third set the penultimate set didn’t lack action as both teams contested it fiercely till 10-8 when Kochi called for a Super Point and converted the same with a devastating spike by Manu Joseph shifting the match in favour of Kochi at 12-8. Kochi didn’t let the lead slip from their hands and closed the set 15-10 with a block from Prabagaran leading 3-1 in the match.
Hyderabad, though, had lost the match, was in no mood to give up. Rai, Guramritpal Singh, Amit Kumar and Bader took the initiative and helped their team win the set at the very last moment by a score of 15-14 with them accounting for 10 points out of 15. The match ended 3-2 in Kochi’s favour.

Kochi Blue Spikers will take on Calicut Heroes on February 9th 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV from 6:50 PM IST.

RuPay player of the match: David Lee
Final Score: Kochi Blue Spikers beat Black Hawks Hyderabad – 12-15, 15-11, 15-12, 15-10, 14-15

Kochi Blue Spikers overcome Ahmedabad Defenders hurdle in Pro Volleyball league

Kochi, February 6th 2019: Day 5 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League saw Kochi Blue Spikers edge -passed the resilient Ahmedabad Defenders (10-15, 15-11, 11-15,15-12, 15-12) here on Wednesday. For Kochi it was Olympic Gold Medalist David Lee who scored 10 points (7 spikes, 2 blocks and 1 serve point). On the other hand, it was Victor Sysoev who was the stand-out performer for Ahmedabad Defenders with 13 points (11 spikes and 2 blocks) to his name.
Ahmedabad started the first set with a flurry of points with Gurinder Singh hitting three spikes and one block to give his team a 4-0 lead. Riding on the momentum Ahmedabad called for a Super Point at 5-1 and converted the same in style as Mandeep Singh landed a Super Serve to increase the lead to 7-1. After trailing at 3-8 at the Technical Time Out (TTO), Kochi came out with fire in their belly clinching two consecutive points. Rightly they called for a Super Point but lost the conversion opportunity owing to a block by Victor Sysoev. Kochi looked as if they will stage a comeback as the lead was narrowed down to 13-10 but Ahmedabad made sure that didn’t happen and closed the set 15-10.

The second set looked more of a competition as both the teams were matching each other move after move. At 7-7 Kochi called for a Super Point and a won it going into the TTO at 9-7. Kochi continued with their attacking game as David Lee and Andrej Patuc with combined points from spike and serve helped Kochi increase their lead to 14-11. Manu Joseph added the finishing touch with a spike, as Kochi won the set 15-11.

Kochi continued from where the left in the last set as they raced to a 5-2 lead with Lee, Patuc and Joseph again the architects of the lead. Ahmedabad showed resilience and levelled the score at 7-7 but an error at the net by Novica Bjelica gave Kochi a point advantage at TTO. Post TTO, it was a hard-fought battle till 11-11 before Kochi called for a Super Point and Ahmedabad broke their serve to gain the advantage. Immediately, seeing the opening Ahmedabad called for a Super Point and Sysoev’s well timed block helped his team win the set 15-11 and a 2-1 advantage in the match. In the fourth set Ahmedabad really looked positive and went into an 8-4 lead. At 8-4 Ahmedabad called for a Super Point and missed the opportunity. Immediately Kochi called for a Super Point and converted to level the score at 8-8. Till the very end it looked like anyone’s set before two consecutive points by Kochi at 13-12 helped them close the set at 15-12 and match went into a decider.

In the decider, Kochi looked like running away with the match as they established a 6-1 lead with the help of one super serve and a serve point by Ukkrapandian. Ahmedabad, with their never say die attitude staged a comeback and reduced the deficit to 7-8. Kochi who seemed like losing steam, now took the initiative in their hands and a Super Serve by K Praveen Kumar gave his team a four-point lead at 11-7. Kochi wanting to end the game in a hurry called for a Super Point, but lost the opportunity. The set was heading towards a nail-biting finish with the score at 11-10 in favour of Kochi. In the end, Kochi held on to their nerves as an error on serve by Ranjit Singh gave Kochi the set 15-12 and the match 3-2.

Chennai Spartans will take on Black Hawks Hyderabad on February 7th 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV from 6:50 PM IST.

RuPay player of the match: Mohan Ukkrapandian
Final Score: Kochi Blue Spikers beat Ahmedabad Defenders: 10-15, 15-11, 11-15,15-12, 15-12

Calicut Heroes overcome U Mumba Volley 3-2 in Pro Volleyball league

Kochi, February 5th 2019: Day 4 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League saw Calicut Heroes register their second win in a thrilling battle against U Mumba Volley (15-10, 12-15, 15-13, 14-15, 15-9). For Calicut it was yet again Ajith Lal C played the lead role with 16 points (15 spikes, 1 block) whereas for U Mumba Volley it was skipper Dipesh Kumar Sinha who stood out with 11 points (7 spikes, 3 blocks and 1 serve).

After winning the toss U Mumba Volley decided to serve and got two quick points. Calicut picked up the pace soon with two back-to-back spikes from Lal. At the Technical Time Out (TTO), Calicut led U Mumba by just one point at 8-7. At 11-8, Calicut called for a Super Point and a beautifully executed deception ending with a spike from Lal got them the bonus point. U Mumba made a two-point recovery to 10-14, owing to errors by Iluoni Ngampourou and Jerome Vinith, but a spike from Calicut skipper Vinith closed the set in their favour at 15-10.

Both the teams started cautiously in the second, countering each other’s moves and earning on a few unforced errors. At 4-4, Lal came up with a blistering spike to break the parity followed by a mistake by Nick Del Bianco as Calicut got a two-point lead. At 5-6, U Mumba called for a Super Point that they won with an inch perfect block by Saqlain Tariq to give his team a 7-6 lead. Riding on the new lease of energy they won six consecutive points stretching the lead to 12-6. Calicut tried to close the gap climbing up to 12-14 but U Mumba settled the matter with a Tomislav Coskovic spike at 15-12.

With a set apiece, the match became a battle of equals. At 6-6, U Mumba took the initiative two consecutive spikes Saqlain Tariq and Del Bianco heading into the TTO at 8-6. At 7-8, U Mumba called for a Super Point but a rock-solid block at the net by Karthik A won Calicut the point and lead at 9-8. U Mumba made a comeback with a spike and serve from Prince to take one-point lead at 10-9. As the tension built, Coskovic error put U Mumba behind. Calicut had a set point at 14-12 but U Mumba skipper Sinha got his team a point to make it 13-14 but Lal continued his red-hot form to give Calicut a 2-1 lead after three sets.

Leading 7-3 in 4th, Calicut committed handful of errors allowing U Mumba to crawl back in the set. To press advantage, Calicut called for a Super Point at 9-8, but U Mumba skipper Sinha came with an impressive block to take his team to 10-9. At 10-all U Mumba called for a Super Point and won it with a spike from Shubham that beat a three-men block which was followed by Coskovic’s spike to make it 13-10. Of the next five points, Calicut won four with U Mumba taking just one. At 14-14, Calicut needed one point to win the match while U Mumba needed one to stay alive and got it to take the match to decider.

The decider saw both the teams level at 6-6. Calicut called for a Super Point at 7-6 and converted with Vinith’s spike. Karthik then converted Super Serve to increase the lead to 11-6 for Calicut. The six-point lead was too steep for U Mumba as the set ended with a service error from Pankaj Sharma at 15-9 and the match 3-2 in favour of Calicut Heroes.

Kochi Blue Spikers will take on Ahmedabad Defenders on February 6th 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV from 6:50 PM IST.

RuPay Player of the Match: Saqlain Tariq

Final Score: Calicut Heroes beat U Mumba Volley: 15-10, 12-15, 15-13, 14-15, 15-9

About the RuPay Pro Volleyball League

An initiative of Baseline Ventures India Pvt. Ltd and Volleyball Federation of India, RuPay Pro Volleyball League aims to transform the sporting landscape of the country by elevating the world’s fifth most popular sport to the league of the most followed sports in the coming times. Packaged in the brightest of colours, the first edition of the highly anticipated tournament is set to provide high octane Volleyball action to fans of the sport across the country in the month of February 2019.

Black Hawks Hyderabad edge past Ahmedabad Defenders

Kochi, February 4th 2019: Day 3 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League saw Black Hawks Hyderabad overcome Ahmedabad Defenders 3-2 (15-11, 13-15, 15-11, 14-15, 15-9) in a keenly-contested encounter at Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Monday. Skipper Carson Clark led from the front with 15 points (12 spikes, 1 block and 2 serves) in his side’s victory. For Ahmedabad, Russia’s Victor Sysoev scored 12 points (11 spikes and 1 block).

Hyderabad won the toss and decided to receive and broke Ahmedabad’s serve pretty easily. But both sides looked rusty gifting points on errors. Though at the first Technical Time Out (TTO) Hyderabad took a two-point lead as scoreboard read 8-6. Sensing the occasion, coming back after the TTO, Hyderabad called for a Super Point but wasted the opportunity and Ahmedabad got the two points via Novika Bjelica’s spike levelling the score at 8-8. A Super Serve from Dilip Koiwal gave Ahmedabad a 11-10 lead and to press advantage, the immediately called for a Super Point but an error from Koiwal gave the lead back to Hyderabad. Hyderabad weren’t going to let this lead slip as Alex Bader came up with a Super Serve to take his team to a 14-11 lead. Ahmedabad skipper’s Ranjit Singh’s error then gave away Hyderabad the first set 15-11.

Ahmedabad changed gears in the second set racing to a 6-2 lead. For Hyderabad, Rohit Kumar and skipper Clark pulled things back to close the gap at 6-8. Looking to level scores, Hyderabad called for a Super Point but lost the same as the trailed by four points at 6-10. Ahmedabad were generous to return the favour as they too called for a Super Point and gave away two points to bring down their lead to two points again at 10-8. Ahmedabad maintained a 2-point lead until 13-11 and then feisty Hyderabad made a comeback with spikes from Clark and Kumar to level the score at 13-13. But Ahmedabad had other ideas as India international GR Vaishnav made a spike and Muthusamy Appavu’s error gave the second set to Ahmedabad at 15-13.

The see-saw battle saw Hyderabad racing to 8-2 lead at the TTO of third set. After the TTO, Hyderabad continued to attack going up to 11-3 before wasting their Super Point giving Ahmedabad a glimmer of hope at 5-11. Ahmedabad picked up some momentum. Victor Sysoev and Gagandeep Singh led Ahmedabad’s fight-back with a one crucial block and two spikes respectively to climb up to 10-13. Ashwal Rai came to the party as his two booming spikes closed the set for Hyderabad at 15-11.

The fourth set saw both the sides not giving an inch to the other. At TTO, Ahmedabad took a two-point lead at 8-6. Soon after Ahmedabad took five points to Hyderabad’s one as they led 12-7. Hyderabad clawed back to 11-12 and then it was anyone’s set. But at 14-14, Sayyad Mubarak Ali kept the match alive for Ahmedabad with a spike making it two sets all.

In the decider, Hyderabad came out all guns blazing as captain Clark, Amit Kumar and Rohit Kumar came to the fore. Beaming with confidence Hyderabad called for a Super Point at 10-4 and Clark’s serve did the job as they won their first Super Point of the match taking the score to 12-4. Ahmedabad attempted a comeback as they scored three consecutive points from 6-13 to reduce the lead to 9-13. But it was the young Rohit again whose spike broke Ahmedabad’s momentum and Hyderabad eventually closed the set 15-9 and the match 3-2.

Calicut Heroes will now take on U Mumba Volley on February 5th 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV 6:50 PM IST.

RuPay player of the match: Carson Clark

Final Score: Black Hawks Hyderabad beat Ahmedabad Defenders: 15-11, 13-15, 15-11, 14-15,15-9

Pic & News Courtesy: Pro  Volleyball League 

Calicut Heroes defeated Chennai Spartans by 4-1

Kochi, February 3rd 2019: Day 2 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League saw Calicut Heroes beat Chennai Spartans by 4-1 (15-8, 15-8, 13-15, 15-11,15-11) in front of roaring fans at Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Sunday. Riding on Player of the Match Ajith Lal’s scintillating form, Calicut made light work of Chennai. Lal top scored for the winning team with 14 points (13 spikes and 1 block) while Chennai’s highest scorer was Rudy Verhoeff with 8 points (6 spikes, 1 block and 1 serve).

After winning the toss, Chennai decided to receive. Calicut was happy to serve and took the early initiative with spikes from Ajith Lal and Karthik A to go up 3-1. Calicut skipper Jerome Vinith and Paul Lotman kept the momentum up to stretch the lead to 5-2. Calicut was equally strong in defence as Iluoni Ngampourou made two consecutive blocks to give his side a six-point cushion at 8-2 entering the first Technical Time Out (TTO). Chennai had no answers to Calicut’s superior game as Calicut piled further on their opponent’s agony landing a Super Serve to take a 13-2 lead. At 14-4, Calicut called for a Super Point, lost the same. Chennai took two more points to reach 8-14 but Calicut skipper Vinith was in a hurry to end the set and he did that with a breathtaking spike and sealed the set 15-8.

Calicut continued to run away with the second set taking the first three points. Chennai registered three points primarily because of unforced errors by Calicut to reach 3-5. Soon after Chennai called for a Super Point but Calicut captain Vinith spiked to earn the super point for his team extending the lead to 7-3. Immediately, Calicut called for a Super Point and Chennai returned the favour to reduce the gap to 5-7. Calicut took the next point off Chennai’s serve going into TTO. Post TTO, Calicut maintained their attacking prowess and closed out the set 15-8 with strong spike by Ajith Lal of a poor return of serve by Chennai.

The third set looked more even as both the teams went toe-to-toe till 6-6. On gaining a point advantage at 7-6 Chennai called for a Super Point and like the previous set missed out on taking advantage of the same giving Calicut a one-point advantage at 8-7. Even Calicut couldn’t make the most of their Super Point as Chennai broke their opponent’s serve at 10-11. From 12-11, Chennai got the momentum and closed the set 15-13 with a strong spike from Naveen Jacob making it 1-2.

After closing a hard-fought third set, Chennai couldn’t keep wrest the initiative and gave away easy points trailing 3-8 at TTO. To press for further advantage, Calicut called for a Super Point immediately after TTO but Chennai won the point taking them to 5-8. A point later, Chennai called for a Super Point but couldn’t convert as Vinith spiked his way through the Chennai blockers. Calicut was cruising when Naveen Raja Jacob served an ace on Super Serve taking the score from 7-12 to 9-12. Calicut didn’t want to go the distance and closed the set at 15-11.

Chennai regrouped in the last set taking a 7-5 lead and calling for a Super Point but they missed the chance to go ahead like all the previous sets and scores were level at 7-7. Chennai got ahead at 8-7 but Calicut won five consecutive points including a Super Point when Naveen Kumar made a peach of a serve that allowed them to register their first Super Point of the match. There was no breathing space for Chennai from there where they could only garner one point that too on Calicut’s error but soon the set was closed at 15-11 and with that the match at 4-1.

Ahmedabad Defenders will take on Black Hawks Hyderabad on February 4th 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV 7:00 PM IST.

RuPay player of the match: Ajith Lal
Final Score: Calicut Heroes beat Chennai Spartans – 15-8, 15-8, 13-15, 15-11, 15-11

Kochi Blue Spikers register dominating winover U Mumba Volley in the opener

Kochi, February 2nd 2019: Much to the delight of Kochi volleyball fans, Kochi Blue Spikers lit up the Day 1 of the RuPay Pro Volleyball League beating U Mumba Volley 4-1. After a quick opening ceremony which featured all the six team captains and Olympics Silver Medalist badminton player PV Sindhu taking the pledge, the action on court took over the 2000+ spectators present at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Saturday.

Led by Manu Joseph’s 15 points (14 spikes and one block), Kochi registered a 15-11, 15-13, 15-8, 15-10, 5-15 score line to register their first win. For U Mumba, Nicholas Del Bianco was the highest scorer with ten points (9 spikes and 1 block).

Kochi took the initiative in the first set. Kochi’s star player David Lee looked pepped with the massive crowd support getting points through spikes, blocks and serves in the first set. At the first technical time out (TTO) Kochi led by 8-5 and continued to dominate both in defence and attack taking two consecutive points to go up by 10-5. U Mumba Volley tried to make a comeback but Kochi kept the pressure on and finished off the set by 15-11. For Kochi, Manu Joseph was the highest scorer in first set scoring five points.

The second set looked more even as U Mumba Volley started showing better coordination in defence and attack as scores were tied at 6-6. But Kochi picked up the pace from there on and quickly moved to 10-6 courtesy some brilliant service and attacking play. U Mumba called for a super point at 10-7 and won the same to draw closer at 9-10. Kochi immediately called for a super point but didn’t win as they missed the service giving away two points to their opponents. Kochi then took four points giving away just one to seal the second at 15-13.

The third set had a similar script as Kochi continued from where they left in the previous set. Their defence and attack both looked superior to U Mumba’s as Kochi raced to a 15-8 win. After having lost three sets on the trot, U Mumba couldn’t find momentum. Manu Joseph, Andrej Patuc and Prabagaran S lined up some brilliant spikes at crucial junctures for Kochi took the set 15-10 and take a 4-0 lead looking for a whitewash and a bonus point with it.

But U Mumba had different plans. They finally found their groove in the last set led by Nicholas Del Bianco’s attack with spikes at 1-0, 2-0 and 4-1 to give U Mumba a three-point cushion. The Deepesh Sinha-led side raced to 8-2 at the TTO and eventually won the final set, a consolation at 15-5.

Calicut Heroes will take on Chennai Spartans on February 3rd 2019. It will be broadcast Live and Exclusive on SONY SIX and SONY TEN 3 and will be streamed live on SONY LIV 7:00 PM IST.
RuPay player of the match: Mohan Ukkrapandian.

Pro Volleyball League: Meet the team – Ahmedabad Defenders

Ahmedabad Defenders is one of the 6 franchises who will be taking part in the first season of Pro Volleyball League.  The first season of pro volleyball league to take place in February 2019. The team is owned by BONHOMIE SPORTS EVENT MGMT. LTD.

Foreign: Novica Bjelica is a Serbian volleyball player, a member of Serbia men’s national volleyball team and French club Stade Poitevin Poitiers, a participant of the 2008 Olympic Games, medalist of European Championship, World Cup and World League, 2009 Italian Champion, 2015 Montenegrin Champion

Icon Player: Ranjit Singh is Icon player of Ahmedabad and most expensive player sold at Pro Volleyball Auction. Ahmedabad defenders got their man at whopping 13 lakhs. Along with Ranjit, they got another Icon player, Gurinder Singh in re-auction.

Complete list of player:

PlayerPosition
indSayyad Mubarak AliUniversal
indRajatBlocker
indLijoy Robin PSetter
srbNovica BjielicaBlocker
indRanjit SinghSetter
indDilip KoiwalAttacker
indGurinder SinghUniversal
indVaishnavBlocker
indGagandeep SinghAttacker
indRahul greakLibero
rusViktor SysoevAttacker
indMandeep SinghUniversal
indRaman KumarAttacker