Mumbai Magicians

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Mumbai Magicians
MumbaiMagiciansLogo.png
Full nameDabur Mumbai Magicians
Nickname(s)Magicians
Founded2012
Dissolved2014
Home groundMahindra Hockey Stadium
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
(Capacity 8,250)
OwnerDabur India Ltd.
CoachMaharaj Krishan Kaushik
WebsiteOfficial Website
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Mumbai Magicians (abbreviated as MM) was a field hockey team based in Mumbai, Maharashtra that played in the Hockey India League from 2012 to 2014. It was owned by Dabur India Ltd. Australian coach Ric Charlesworth served as the head coach for the team.

Franchisee Details[edit]

Ownership[edit]

The team was owned by the Burman family, promoters of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) major Dabur India Ltd.[1] The Burman family is the promoter of one of the largest and the oldest Indian consumer products company, Dabur India Ltd. The family also has interests in Life Insurance, General Insurance, Banking firms, Healthcare, besides Private Equity and Food & Beverage Retail.

Team Composition[edit]

Player Nationality Matches Goals
Goal Keepers
David Harte  Ireland 1
P. R. Shreejesh  India 13
Forwards
Adam Dixon  England 2
Bharat Chikara  India 2
Faizal Saari  Malaysia 13
Glenn Turner  Australia 13 3
K. Chinglensana Singh  India 14 1
Mark Gleghorne  England 1 1
Prabhjot Singh  India
Sarvanjit Singh  India 14 1
Simon Mantell  England 2
Mid-fielders
M.B. Aiyappa  India 14
Ravipal Singh  India 2 1
Razie Rahim  Malaysia 2
Suresh Toppo  India 4
Timothy Deavin  Australia 12
Trent Mitton  Australia 2
Vikas Pillay  India 2
V.S. Vinaya  India 2 1
Defenders
Chandan Singh  India 11
Gagandeep Singh  India 2
Gurjinder Singh  India 2 1
Joel Carroll  Australia 14
Sampath Kumar Maylaram  India 3

Statistics[edit]

Season Matches Won Drawn Lost Win%
2013 12 1 0 11 8.33%
2014 10 2 1 7 20.00%
Home 11 2 0 9 18.18%
Away 11 1 1 9 9.09%
Overall 22 3 1 18 13.63%
Performance Details
Goals For 39 (1.77 per match)
Goals Against 61 (2.77 per match)
Most Goals Glenn Turner (9 goals)
Performance by Oppositions
Opposition Matches Won Drawn Lost For Against Win%
Delhi Waveriders 5 0 0 5 12 19 0.00%
Kalinga Lancers 2 1 0 1 4 4 50.00%
Punjab Warriors 5 0 0 5 10 20 0.00%
Ranchi Rhinos 5 0 1 4 3 8 0.00%
Uttar Pradesh Wizards 5 2 0 3 10 10 40.00%

Hat-tricks[edit]

No. Player Opposition Result Season Venue Report
1 India Sandeep Singh Delhi Wave Riders 3 – 4 2013 New DelhiDhyan Chand National Stadium 26 January 2013

Fixtures and Results[edit]

No. Date Result Opponent Venue Report
1 16 January 1 – 2 Delhi Wave Riders New Delhi Match 3
2 18 January 1 – 3 Ranchi Rhinos Ranchi Match 5
3 20 January 2 – 4 Punjab Warriors Mumbai Match 8
4 21 January 4 – 6 Delhi Wave Riders Mumbai Match 9
5 24 January 3 – 4 Punjab Warriors Jalandhar Match 13
6 26 January 3 – 4 Delhi Wave Riders New Delhi Match 15
7 28 January 1 – 2 Ranchi Rhinos Ranchi Match 17
8 30 January 4 – 0 Uttar Pradesh Wizards Mumbai Match 19
9 31 January 1 – 3 Punjab Warriors Mumbai Match 21
10 2 February 0 – 2 Uttar Pradesh Wizards Lucknow Match 23
11 5 February 0 – 1 Uttar Pradesh Wizards Mumbai Match 28
12 7 February 0 – 1 Ranchi Rhinos Mumbai Match 30
Position in League Phase: 5th
Failed to qualify for semi-finals
  • Goals For: 20 (1.67 per match)
  • Goals Against: 32 (2.67 per match)
  • Most Goals: 11 (Overall: 1st)

2014[edit]

No. Date Result Opponent Venue Report
1 26 January 3 – 5 Punjab Warriors Mohali Match 3
2 29 January 3 – 5 Uttar Pradesh Wizards Mumbai Match 6
3 1 February 1 – 2 Kalinga Lancers Bhubaneswar Match 10
4 4 February 1 – 1 Ranchi Rhinos Ranchi Match 13
5 6 February 1 – 2 Delhi Waveriders New Delhi Match 15
6 8 February 1 – 4 Punjab Warriors Mumbai Match 18
7 9 February 0 – 1 Ranchi Rhinos Mumbai Match 20
8 15 February 3 – 5 Delhi Waveriders Mumbai Match 26
9 16 February 3 – 2 Kalinga Lancers Mumbai Match 27
10 18 February 3 – 2 Uttar Pradesh Wizards Lucknow Match 29
Position in League Phase: 5th
Failed to qualify for semi-finals
  • Goals For: 19 (1.90 per match)
  • Goals Against: 29 (2.90 per match)
  • Most Goals: 7

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dabur buys HI Mumbai franchise". The Indian Express. 14 November 2012. Retrieved 17 December 2012.

See also[edit]

Hockey India League