Panchkula, September 27, 2019: After a roaring start and brilliant performances in the Pro Kabaddi League Season 7, Dabang Delhi team now is all set to kick-off their matches in Panchkula on September 29&30. The leading team will take-on Puneri Paltan and Bengal Warriors on Sunday and Monday in the city.
At present, Dabang Delhi is currently ranked the top most team in the most celebrated Kabaddi championship and is performing fantastically well. The team has successfully won 14 out of their 18 matches this season and two draw so far. These matches were played against Tamil Thalaivas, Haryana Steelers, Puneri Paltan, Bengaluru Bulls, UP Yoddha among others in cities like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Pune, Jaipurand their home-leg in Delhi, securing 77 points. Dabang Delhi also gave a tough fight to all the teams in their home battle by winning all the 4 matches against Bengaluru Bulls, UP Yodha, U Mumba and Patna Pirates.
JK Super Cement, India’s premier grey cement brand is the title sponsor of Dabang Delhi for Pro Kabaddi League 2019. Under this partnership, the team players are endorsing the brand in the league, sporting the JK Super Cement brand logo on their jerseys.
Pushp Raj Singh, President - Marketing, JK Grey Cement said “We are delighted to be associated with Kabbadi, a sport rooted deep in the Indian soil, that celebrates grit, power and perseverance. A team like Dabang Delhi truly represents our brand’s energy and unbeatable strength. The team is playing fantastically and seen as a rising team in this league. The winning attitude and sportsmanship with which all the players are playing makes us proud to be their Title Sponsor. We look forward to seeing the Dabang Delhi magic in Panchkula as well and hope to see them holding the winning cup at the end of the series. We wish the team all the best for their upcoming matches.”
The team Dabang Delhi was formed in 2014 and is amongst the top 2 teams in the league this year. They are playing their seventh season under the captainship of Joginder Singh Narwal.