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Christian Oschleger: La Salle Player Coach : I expected more from the Phoenix side this weekend as everyone knows they im... more
Gabor Vadaszi: La Salle Player : Yesterday's game did not turn out like we thought it would. Although we won by a l... more
Karl Paul Baldacchino: La Salle Player : Playing against Phoenix is always a tricky game. They are a young, fit and determi... more
Alan Portelli: La Salle Player : Going into yesterday’s game, we knew it would be tough, as Phoenix are more than... more
Clinton Mifsud Phoenix: The game against La Salle is an encounter I personally look forward to play since they are one of th... more
Peter Naudi: Aloysians Player : Even though this was the last game of the league it was still an important one. W... more
Maurice Meli: La Salle Player : First of all I'd like to congratulate the phoenix team for today's game. They are ... more
Roberto Lagana: Phoenix Player : Although we ended the season with a loss, we are quite happy as a team with the imp... more
Christian Mc Clean : Kavallieri Player / Coach : Todays game was another positive step in the right direction for us. Hav... more
James Rausi: Kavallieri Player : Today's game was an important game to finish on a high and also with a convincin... more
- RESULTS from 22/03/2015
- Live Games
- Next Games
Luxol Maria Regina
|09:00 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq|
|10:30 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq|
No live games
Kavallieri RS2 VS La Salle
04/04/2015 | 12:30 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
St Andrews VS Swieqi Phoenix
04/04/2015 | 14:00 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
Luxol St. Andrews VS La Salle
04/04/2015 | 15:30 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
HMS VS Aloysians
04/04/2015 | 17:00 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
Report by Clive Ferrante.La Salle's reign continues Champions La Salle Rivareno retained their crown as they won their... more
Report by Clive Ferrante.
La Salle's reign continues
Champions La Salle Rivareno retained their crown as they won their 4th consecutive league title, their 8th title in their history and achieving an unprecedented record. Playing against Swieqi Phoenix Menrad, La Salle needed only a point to win the league. Despite a much improved Swieqi side, La Salle dictated matters from start to finish and obtained the much needed win that puts them in the MHA record breaking history books.
Player of the match and Captain Andrew Said was presented the league trophy by MHA president Louis Borg after the match as La Salle celebrate their 15th trophy in a row, also smashing another record in local handball.
Aloysians Von Taine ended the season in second place after beating Luxol in the final day of the season.
Final Standings Played Points
La Salle Rivareno 10 24
Aloysians Von Taine 10 22
Luxol 10 16
Kavallieri RS2 10 15
Swieqi Phoenix Menrad 10 12
Sayitmalta HMS 10 0
Report by Clive FerranteAloysians Żmerċ are the 2014/15 Women’s First Division Handball League Winners Aloysians ... more
Report by Clive Ferrante
Aloysians Żmerċ are the 2014/15 Women’s First Division Handball League Winners
Aloysians Żmerċ retained the Champions title at the Club. They had a tough but very rewarding season. The team’s determination, fighting spirit, team-work, unity and the hunger for the Championship title saw the Aloysians ladies being crowned Champions on their last match against Swieqi Phoenix last weekend. This was the sixth women’s league title in their history.
Under the guidance of Coach Milos Stanisavljevic the team managed to overcome all hurdles. Having finished the season with only one loss and one draw was the decisive factor to defend their Title. Captain Brenda Mamo was yet again a key element in leading her team to victory. Moreover, the addition of the experienced Romanian player Dana Badea, league top scorer hitting 58 goals, was also an important factor for the champions to win their title.
Left back player Janice Bonnici said that “This year the league was won through a lot of sweat and hard fought games; one win at a time. It was far from easy for the team to accomplish what we aimed for from the very start”. She added that “collectively as a team we managed to bring the cup home once again”. Indeed, the team-work mentality and approach boosted each player to give their best for one main aim, that of retaining the Champions title for yet another year.
Coach Milos Stanisavljevic added that “it was only through hard work and team unity that this title could be achieved”. Furthermore, he wanted to thank all the team’s sponsors for their help throughout the years.
Now the aim of the Aloysians Żmerċ is to keep working hard to face the coming Knock Out competition with the sole intention of adding one other cup to their collection.
La Salle Unique and Kavallieri RS2 will fight for second place. The two teams will meet in the final day of the season.
Malta Handball Association President, Mr Louis Borg, presented the winner’s trophy to Aloysians Żmerċ team captain Brenda Mamo.