Sr. Women`s hockey camp commences at Patiala
New Delhi: The national women hockey team`s core probables commenced their training camp at the National Institute of Sports (NIS) Patiala today to prepare for the FIH World League Round 3 (semi-final) to be held at Rotterdam, Netherlands from June 13 to 23.
The three-week long training camp will go on till June 4.
India qualified for the FIH World League Round 3 (Semi-Final) by finishing on the top of the table of the Round 2 tournament held at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here in February.
FIH World League Round 3 (semi-final) is a qualification tournament for the FIH Women World Cup 2014 to be held at The Hague, Netherlands.
Besides India, the other participating teams in the tournament will be the hosts Netherlands, New Zealand, Germany, Korea, Japan, Belgium and China.
The 33 senior women core probables:
Goalkeepers: Yogita Bali, Savita, Rajni Etimarpu.
Defenders: Pinki Devi, Deep Grace Ekka, Joydeep Kaur, Kirandeep Kaur, Jaspreet Kaur, Kiran Dahiya, Preety Sunlia Kiro, MN Poonamma, Deepika, Namita Toppo, Sushila Chanu, Pooja.
Midfielders: Ritu Rani, Amandeep Kaur, Chanchan Devi, Navjot Kaur, Poonam Rani, Vandana Katariya, Monika, Lily Chanu, Rashmi Singh, Roselin Dung Dung.
Forwards: Soundarya Yendala, Anupa Barla, Rani, Lilima Minz, Punam Barla, Asunta Lakra, Sunita Lakra, Anuradha Devi.
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