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Roster For Delhi Defenders

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Name Jersey # Position Height Weight Age
Chaudhary, Nitin 21  WR  5’ 10”  73 kg 27
Dahiya, Jitender 62  DL  5’ 9”  100 kg 28
Dahiya, Kakshya 19  WR  5’ 10”  74 kg 23
Dahiya, Prashant 75  DL  5’ 10”  90 kg 26
Dahiya, Rahul 41  DB  5’ 10”  80 kg 27
Dahiya, Sombir 47  DB  5’ 8”  82 kg 28
Guatam, Naresh 55  OL  6’ 1”  100 kg 30
Gulia, Jatin 78  OL  6’ 1”  105 kg 30
Hooda, Sanjay 30  DB  6’ 1”  90 kg 25
Joon, Surender 74  DL  5’ 10”  90 kg 29
Kalsyan, Ashwani 26  DB  5’ 7”  70 kg 25
Kumar, Pardeep 72  OL  6’ 2”  115 kg 30
Kumar, Sandeep 35  RB  5’ 7”  82 kg 27
Kumar, Sandeep 61  OL, DL  6’ 1”  110 kg 35
Kumar, Sandeep 92  OL  6’ 0”  100 kg 31
Lohchab, Amit 10  RB, LB, K  6’ 0”  96 kg 32
Lohchab, Devender 77  OL  5’ 11”  115 kg 32
Lohchab, Devender 77  OL  5’ 11”  115 kg 32
Lohchab, Prateek 65  DL  5’ 11”  83 kg 28
Lohchab, Rackesh 18  WR  6’ 2”  84 kg 26
Malik, Rashid 49  LB  6’ 1”  90 kg 27
Qazi, Sarib RB  6’ 3”  103 kg 26
Saini, Lalit 20  RB, LB  5’ 10”  85 kg 29
Sharma, Mayank 12  QB  6’ 3”  75 kg 27
Singh, Avtar QB  5’ 11”  80 kg 25
Solanki, Rohit 79  OL  6’ 2”  105 kg 29
Solanki, Yogesh 46  LB  6’ 0”  75 kg 25
Tyagi, Rakesh 44  LB  5’ 10”  85 kg 30
Verma, Anant 11  WR  6’ 1”  90 kg 27
Vir, Kaushal 23  RB  5’ 6”  65 kg 29
Yadav, Monu 69  DL  5’ 10”  82 kg 23

Kolkata /kɒlˈkætə/, or Calcutta /kælˈkʌtə/, is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Located on the east bank of the Hooghly River, it is the principal commercial, cultural, and educational centre of East India, while the Port of Kolkata is India’s oldest port as well as its sole major riverine port. As of 2011, the city had 4.5 million residents; the urban agglomeration, which comprises the city and its suburbs, was home to approximately 14.1 million, making it the third-most populous metropolitan area in India. As of 2008, its economic output as measured by gross domestic productranked third among South Asian cities, behind Mumbai and Delhi. As a growing metropolitan city in a developing country, Kolkata confronts substantial urban pollution, traffic congestion, poverty, overpopulation, and other logistic and socioeconomic problems.