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K7 Kabaddi UP League: Top 5 Raiders Who Ruled the Charts

The K7 Kabaddi UP League witnessed some thrilling action throughout the tournament. The competition was held at the BK Kabaddi Academy in Meerut from April 15th to 23rd, 2024. On the day of the final Kashi Yoddhas emerged victorious, defeating BK Warriors. Meanwhile, some raiders performed exceptionally well and dominated the scoring charts.

1. Aman Rana
Aman Rana, who donned the jersey of Prayagraj Titans, topped the chart. This raider amassed an impressive 94 raid points. He attempted a total of 188 raids, showcasing his power to raid consistently. His impressive strike rate of over 50% raid points (successful raids divided by total raids) demonstrates his consistent ability to score points for his team.

2. Shubham Kumar
Shubham Kumar, playing for Taj Royals, secured the second position with 72 raid points. He completed 132 raids highlighting his effectiveness as a raider. While his total points might be lower than Rana's, his contribution to Taj Royals' performance cannot be underestimated.

3. Anas Khan
Anas Khan, representing Gorakhpur Giants, takes the 3rd spot with 72 raid points. His points tally matched with Shubham Kumar, however, Khan attempted 16 more raids than Kumar (148 raids), suggesting a slightly lower raid success rate. Nevertheless, his ability to score crucial points for his team was undeniable.

4. Pankaj
Pankaj, a raider for the runners-up BK Warriors, finds himself in the fourth position with 68 raid points. He participated in 130 raids, showcasing his consistency on the field. While his average might be lower than the top contenders, his contribution to BK Warriors' journey to the finals cannot be ignored.

5. Anshul
Rounding out the top 5 is Anshul from Jhansi Fighters. Anshul impressed everyone with his 63 raid points in 137 raids. With more experience and tactical refinement, Anshul has the potential to climb the ranks in future tournaments.

The K7 Kabaddi UP League served as a platform for these talented raiders to showcase their skills. With the season over, these players will likely be eyeing participation in national leagues or aiming to improve their performance in the next edition of the K7 Kabaddi League.