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Delhi Wizards

Delhi Wizards
Full name Delhi Wizards
Nickname(s) Wizards
Founded 2011
Colors      Red
Head Coach Roelant Oltmans
Assistant Coach

Darryl d'Souza

Gavin Ferreira
Manager Atin Saini
Captain Shakeel Abbasi
Home Ground Dhyan Chand National Stadium, Delhi
(Capacity 18,000)
Best Performance 20125th
Top Scorer Vikramjeet Singh (12 goals)
Owner Wizcraft International
Official Website Official Website
Official Facebook Page
Official Twitter Account
Official YouTube Channel

Delhi Wizards (DW) is a hockey team based in Delhi that plays in the World Series Hockey. Its captain is the Pakistani stryker Shakeel Abbasi. The team is owned by Wizcraft International and coached by former coach of Dutch hockey team Roelant Oltmans and Darryl d'Souza. Dhyan Chand National Stadium, Delhi is the home ground of Delhi Wizards.

Ownership

Wizcraft International acquired the Delhi franchise of the World Series Hockey (WSH). Wizcraft has been instrumental in shaping the event management and brand activation industry in India.[1]

Team Composition

The team is captained by ace Pakistani striker Shakeel Abbasi with Dutchman Roelant Oltmans as the coach assisted by Indian Darryl d'Souza.
Player Nationality Goals
Goal Keepers
Kamaldeep Singh  India -
Mrinal Choubey  India -
Strikers
Bruno Lugun  India
Gurvinder Singh  India 1
K. Victo Singh  India 4
Manoj Antil  India 1
Philip Sunkel  Germany 3
Rajpal Singh  India 3
Rodrigo Vila  Argentina
Shakeel Abbasi  Pakistan 8
Upendra Pillay  India 1
Mid Fielders
Anand Tirkey  India
Gurbaj Singh  India
Martijn de Jager  Netherlands
Matias Minz  India
Patrick Harris  United States
Vickram Kanth  India 1
Vivek Gupta  India 2
Jaswinder Singh  India
Defenders
C.S. Khalko  India
Jaswinder Singh  India
Keisham Roshan  India
Lovedeep Singh  India
Manjeet Kullu  India
Rupinder Pal Singh  India
Vikramjeet Singh  India 12

[2][3]

Fixtures and Results

2012

Goals For 36 (2.57 per match)
Goals Against 37 (2.64 per match)
Most Goals Vikramjeet Singh (12 goals)
Overall Position: 4th
No. Date Score Opponent Venue Report
1 2 March 3 - 2 Karnataka Lions Delhi Match 4
2 3 March 1 - 3 Pune Strykers Delhi Match 8
3 5 March 2 - 5 Chennai Cheetahs Delhi Match 12
4 7 March 2 - 1 Sher-e-Punjab Jalandhar Match 15
5 9 March 1 - 2 Bhopal Badshahs Bhopal Match 20
6 11 March 2 - 2 Mumbai Marines Mumbai Match 24
7 14 March 0 - 1 Chandigarh Comets Delhi Match 28
8 15 March 3 - 1 Bhopal Badshahs Delhi Match 30
9 19 March 2 - 1 Mumbai Marines Delhi Match 36
10 20 March 2 - 3 Chandigarh Comets Chandigarh Match 37
11 24 March 1 - 3 Karnataka Lions Bangalore Match 44
12 26 March 6 - 2 Pune Strykers Pune Match 48
13 28 March 4 - 6 Chennai Cheetahs Chennai Match 52
14 30 March 7 - 5 Sher-e-Punjab Delhi Match 55
Position in League Phase: 5th
Failed to qualify for semi-finals

Statistics

Performance summary
Season Matches Won Drawn Lost Win%
2012 14 6 1 7 42.86%
Home 7 4 0 3 57.14%
Away 7 2 1 4 28.57%
Overall 14 6 1 7 42.86%
Performance Details
Goals For 36 (2.57 per match)
Goals Against 37 (2.64 per match)
Most Goals Vikramjeet Singh (12 goals)
Current Position: 4th
Performance by Oppositions
Opposition Matches Won Drawn Lost For Against Win%
Bhopal Badshahs 2 1 0 1 4 3 50.00%
Chandigarh Comets 2 0 0 2 2 4 0.00%
Chennai Cheetahs 2 0 0 2 6 11 0.00%
Karnataka Lions 2 1 0 1 4 5 50.00%
Mumbai Marines 2 1 1 0 4 3 50.00%
Pune Strykers 2 1 0 1 7 5 50.00%
Sher-e-Punjab 2 2 0 0 9 6 100.00%

References

  1. ^ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/hockey/Delhi-Wizards-fourth-team-to-play-in-World-Series-Hockey/articleshow/10904055.cms
  2. ^ http://worldserieshockey.com/pdf/Delhi%20Team%20Composition.pdf
  3. ^ http://thefansofhockey.com/2011/11/28/dhanraj-to-represent-karnataka-in-wsh-final-teams/

See also

World Series Hockey

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