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Roster For Pune Marathas

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Name Jersey # Position Height Weight Age
(unknown), Mesmar WR  6’ 0”  75 kg 25
Adsul, Aditya 64  DL  6’ 0”  97 kg 27
Balaraman, Gopinath 23  DB  6’ 2”  80 kg 30
Choudhary, Mussadik 80  DB  5’ 10”  68 kg 23
Dapkar, Uttreshwar 50  5’ 8”  92 kg 22
Dharmadhikari, Anish 54  LB, K  5’ 11”  85 kg 28
Dinesh, Vanaraj 88  WR  6’ 0”  80 kg 25
George, Anthony 27  DB  5’ 11”  76 kg 25
George, Muttungal 52  LB  5’ 10”  96 kg 24
Hariharasudhan, M. 68  OL  5’ 10”  103 kg 23
Jadhav, Dinesh 77  OL  5’ 8”  102 kg 27
Kumar, Dinesh QB  5’ 10”  75 kg 23
Kumar, R. Dinesh 60  OL  6’ 1”  106 kg 26
Kumar, Vasantha 99  DL  5’ 10”  90 kg 33
Lokhande, Vishal 51  LB  5’ 11”  85 kg 26
Madhan, Mohan 29  RB  5’ 7”  60 kg 27
Mishra, Jitendra 28  DB  5’ 11”  60 kg 26
Pandhare, Pradeep 11  WR  6’ 2”  91 kg 26
Pandule, Snehal 63  DL  6’ 3”  110 kg 28
Pawar, Saurabh 22  DB  5’ 7”  72 kg 23
Rahul, Ramachandran 25  RB  5’ 7”  65 kg 22
Ranjith, Ravindran 69  OL  6’ 1”  90 kg 25
Rathod, Sachin 24  RB  5’ 7”  74 kg 23
Ravindran, Ramadoss 70  OL  6’ 2”  100 kg 26
Sarguana Seelan Karthick, Vikrama 92  DL  6’ 2”  110 kg 24
Shinde, Akshay QB  5’ 6”  68 kg 21
Singh, Sandeep 72  DT  6’ 1”  120 kg 33
stish, Ramalingsam 53  LB  6’ 0”  85 kg 26
Surma, Arif 55  5’ 4”  100 kg 24
Thiyagarjan, J. 85  WR  6’ 0”  60 kg 26

Pune, formerly Poona (pronounced [puɳeː]), is the eighth largest metropolis in India, the second largest in the state of Maharashtra after Mumbai, and the largest city in the Western Ghats. Once the centre of power of the Maratha Empire, it is situated 560 metres above sea level on the Deccan plateau at the confluence of the Mula (Marathi: मुळा) and Mutha rivers (Marathi: मुठा). Pune city is the administrative capital of Pune district.

The Maratha (IPA: [ˈməraʈa];, archaically transliterated as Marhatta or Mahratta) are an Indian caste, found predominantly in the state of Maharashtra. The term Marāthā has three related usages: within the Marathi speaking region it describes the dominant Maratha caste; outside Maharashtra it can refer to the entire regional population of Marathi-speaking people; historically, it describes the Maratha Empire founded by Shivaji in the seventeenth century and continued by his successors, which included many castes.