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“Prateek back with a bang” As Deepak Niwas Hooda Foundation hold on to win Against Narwal Sports & Kabaddi Academy | K7 Kabaddi Stage Up 2021

Prateek Dhaiya


Midway point in Pool B, witness an all-important clash for the race for SUPER 6. Deepak Niwas Hooda Foundation languishing 4th will look to go back to winning ways, against 3rd place Narwal Sports & Kabaddi Academy, who finally beat table-toppers Amit Ashok Academy last time out.

DNHF started with five defenders and two raiders. NKSA started with three defenders, three raiders, and one allrounder. The great news for DNHF was that Prateek Dhaiya was back in their starting line and would look to win this match for his team as their lead raider.

Prateek started by taking out Nitin, their main defender with a quick hand touch followed by Nitin Kumar being taken out by the defense of DNHF. Prateek Dhaiya built an early 3 point lead but was taken down by a combined defense of NSKA as they finally opened their account. Mohit took Praveen from NKSA out to revive Prateek for his team as he scored a multi raid to leave NKSA with just two players on the court. Hardeep took the last man Manjeet out to inflict the first all-out of the match as DNHF took a lead of 8 points with 7 mins of the half. 

Manish and Manjeet scored quick points. Prateek Dhaiya being taken out by their defense as their lead was cut short to just 5 points with three players left on the court with an all-out on the cards for NKSA taking.

DNHF took a time-out to get Vijay Ravinder on the court. To save his team from an all-out, which he did by taking a point back. But Manjeet once again scored a multi-point raid, forced an-out, and brought the score back to 12- all. Nitin took Prateek Dhaiya out from the mat. It looked like their task was to keep him out of the court for as long as possible.

Manjeet Scored on his D.O.D rid to give the lead to NKSA for the first time in the match. Prateek Hooda scored a fantastic tackle point late in the half as the half ended with a point difference. NKSA 17 - 16 DNHF.



2nd half started with Sahil Kumar putting out an empty raid. Manjeet and Nitin Kumar were both taken out in their first raid. Prateek scored multi-points to stage a comeback. Manish left as the loan man, could not save his team from getting all-out and DNHF lead by 6 points. Prateek Dhiaya started the 2nd half with all guns blazing as he forced another all out by scoring multi-points yet again. DNHF's extended their lead to 12 points with 12 mins left in the game.


Prateek and manjeet in action


Manjeet scored A multi points with a splendid dupki skill to cut the deficit to 7 points with little under 4 mins left on the clock. Prateek Dhiya looked to slow down the game by using the full clock time during his two empty raids. Manjeet was going all-out as he tried hard to cut the deficit as much as he could. He took Prateek Dhaiya out with 90 seconds left, the game was down to a 6 points difference. But it was a little too late as DNHF hang on to win by 2 points DNHF 40 - 38 NKSA.

DNHF won the match to close the gap on NKSA to just one point with Warriors Arena Academy next. NKSA stays on third for now, but with DNHF breathing down their necks will have to win their next game to stay in the race for SUPER 6.

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