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Odisha Juggernauts thrash Gujarat Giants to enter Ultimate Kho Kho final; Telugu Yoddhas eliminate Chennai Quick Guns

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Pune, September 2, 2022: Odisha Juggernauts registered a comprehensive 57-43 victory against Gujarat Giants to storm into the final while Telugu Yoddhas knocked out Chennai Quick Guns by 61-43 in the inaugural edition of Ultimate Kho Kho at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Mahalunge, Pune, Maharashtra on Friday.

Suraj Lande contributed in Odisha Juggernauts’ win by scoring 13 points, dismissing five players, along with Dilip Khandavi, who brilliantly defended for 3.48 minutes in the final turn.  

Odisha Juggernauts thrash Gujarat Giants to enter Ultimate Kho Kho final; Telugu Yoddhas eliminate Chennai Quick Guns
Odisha Juggernauts celebrate during a qualier 1 match against Gujarat Giants of Ultimate Kho Kho Season 1 in Pune on Friday, September 2, 2022

Abhinandhan Patil scored 10 points for Gujarat Giants.

Despite a 14-point loss, Gujarat Giants still have a chance to seal their berth in the final as they will play the winner of the eliminator match, Telugu Yoddhas in qualifier 2 on Saturday.

Odisha Juggernauts and the winner of qualifier 2 will fight for the title in the final, scheduled on Sunday.  

Odisha Juggernauts thrash Gujarat Giants to enter Ultimate Kho Kho final; Telugu Yoddhas eliminate Chennai Quick Guns
Chennai Quick Guns’ wazir Madan captures Adarsh Mohite of Telugu Yoddhas during Ultimate Kho Kho Season 1 eliminator match in Pune on Friday, September 2, 2022

In an intense battle between the Top-2 teams of the league, Odisha Juggernauts began the game aggressively by claiming 23 points in the first turn. They played equally well when they switched to defence and allowed only 18 points to Gujarat Giants.

Milind Chavarekar and Avinash Desai remained unbeaten for 2.38 minutes to secure two bonus points as Odisha Juggernauts continued to lead with 27-18 at the end of the first innings.

Odisha Juggernauts thrash Gujarat Giants to enter Ultimate Kho Kho final; Telugu Yoddhas eliminate Chennai Quick Guns
Milind Chavarekar of Odisha Juggernauts during a qualier 1 match of Ultimate Kho Kho Season 1 in Pune on Friday, September 2, 2022
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Odisha Juggernauts added 24 more points to their tally in the third turn, thanks to two sky-dive dismissals each from Lande and Aditya Kudale, earning 12 points.

Already in the lead, Odisha Juggernauts held their nerves in the crucial final seven minutes. Khandavi kept the Gujarat Giants at bay during his sensational defence of 3.48 minutes, adding six bonus points for Odisha Juggernauts before they clinched the match comfortably and marched into the final.  

Odisha Juggernauts thrash Gujarat Giants to enter Ultimate Kho Kho final; Telugu Yoddhas eliminate Chennai Quick Guns
Odisha Juggernauts’ Mahesha P chases Aniket Pote of Gujarat Giants during a qualier 1 match of Ultimate Kho Kho Season 1 in Pune on Friday, September 2, 2022

Earlier, Skipper Pratik Waikar’s brilliant performance helped Telugu Yoddhas knockout Chennai Quick Guns with a convincing 61-43 victory in the eliminator match.

Leading from the front, Waikar exhibited a skilful defence of 6.43 minutes, including 3.44 minutes of the first innings. Adarsh Mohit, on the other hand, supported him well by scoring 16 points in the attack as he dismissed six players, four of them on dives.  

Odisha Juggernauts thrash Gujarat Giants to enter Ultimate Kho Kho final; Telugu Yoddhas eliminate Chennai Quick Guns
Odisha Juggernauts’ Mahesha P chases Aniket Pote of Gujarat Giants during a qualier 1 match of Ultimate Kho Kho Season 1 in Pune on Friday, September 2, 2022

Amit Patil, with defence of 3.59 minutes, and Madan (8 points) performed well for Chennai Quick Guns but couldn’t save their side from an 18-point defeat.

Ultimate Kho Kho is promoted by Amit Burman in collaboration with the Kho Kho Federation of India.

With a massive prize pool of INR 2 crore up for grabs, the title winners will get INR 1 crore along with the coveted trophy whereas second and third-placed teams will take home INR 50 lakh and INR 30 lakh respectively.

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