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AI returns for Tegh Bahadur hockey

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Former champions Air have confirmed their participation in the 14th PMC Bank-All India Gold Cup Hockey Tournament, scheduled here on Sunday.

Air India, due to non-availability of players, had skipped the tournament last year.

The fancied outfit, who reached the semi-finals of the K D Singh Babu tournament in early this month, will be keen to try to regain the title, which they had last won in 2015 when they beat Army XI 3-1 in the final.

However, Indian Oil, the joint winners with South Central Railway last year, have withdrawn from the tournament due to the absence of key players who are currently on national duty.

Besides Air India, the other teams that would be seen in action include, South Central Railway, Punjab National Bank, Hockey Bhopal, Central Secretariat, Central Railway, Western Railway, and

The teams would be fighting for the top prize of Rs 2 lakh and the glittering cup.

In addition, individual cash prizes of Rs 5,000 each would be presented to the best goalkeeper, defender, and the emerging of the tournament and the of the final.

Preliminary groupings: Group-A: Punjab National Bank, Air India, Central Railway, Group-B: South Central Railway, Indian Navy, Western Railway, Hockey Bhopal,

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First Published: Sat, October 13 2018. 12:20 IST