Railways win Senior Men’s National Kabaddi Championship and beat Maharashtra in final

In Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, Indian Railways defeated Maharashtra to win the 69th National Senior Men’s Kabaddi Championship in 2022. The star-studded team of Indian Railways won the championship 38-21. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat led the final score with 9 points for the railway team in the final.

The first semi-final between Maharashtra and Haryana was a thrilling contest, as Maharashtra qualified for the final by beating Haryana, 33-27. Akash Shinde, a pro kabaddi star raider, led the scoring with 12 points as his contribution was essential for Maharashtra.

Indian Railways easily beat Goa, 43-20, in the second semi-final to advance to the final against Maharashtra. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, a star of Bengaluru bulls and VIVO Pro Kabaddi, led Indian Railways to victory with the match-high total of 14 points.

Indian Railways beat Tamil Nadu 44-26 earlier in the day in the tournament’s first quarter-final. With 11 points, Haryana Steelers captain Vikash Kandola in the previous Pro Kabaddi season led all scorers in the game.

In a dramatic quarter-final, Goa beat Uttar Pradesh 41-38 with the help of professional kabaddi player Surender Gill’s 15-point performance.

Haryana beat Services 48-28 in the third quarter-final thanks to Mohit Goyat of Vivo Pro Kabaddi team’s 13-point performance.

Maharashtra easily beat Chandigarh, 39-21, in the fourth quarter-final to advance to the semi-finals of the competition. The pro kabaddi’s top two players, Akash Shinde (10 points) and Aslam Imandar (10 points), combined to score 20 points throughout the game.

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