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Jerome Aquilina: Kavallieri player: "It was a close game and both teams gave their hundred percent, there were g... more
Ben Farrugia: Aloysians player: Todays game against Kavallieri was a difficult one. Although we had only one play... more
Jake Bonello: Aloysians player: In my opinion both teams were well prepared and everyone did his best on the pitch... more
Daryl Magri: La Salle player: It felt great to win once again alongside my teammates. I believe that we had littl... more
Gwen Grech: Luxol u/15 player: The game was well played congratulations to the winning team but I don't think th... more
Ryan Galea: Aloysians u/15 player: Not our toughest encounter but every game is important to play and enjoy. tod... more
Katrina Bonello: Kavallieri u/15 player: Today , us kavallieri girls played against Phoenix. It was a very tough game... more
Raquelle Ciantar: Luxol u/15 player: Our game against Phoenix, was a really difficult one. Phoenix players showed that... more
Thomas Gove: Luxol u/15 player:Today’s game vs Aloysians was a difficult one. Aloysians have wonderful players ... more
Leah Caligari: La Salle u/15 player:Today we played against SAC in an under 15 game and we won with the score of 11... more
Acolazione: Go Phoenix.... (y)
juliangrixti76 : Julian Grixti: Swieqi Phoenix player: Eventhough we got the 3 points last Sunday, we still need to improve our strength and ability. On the whole, we played qute well. We are showing that we are improving every game.
Daniel Garnisi: Sac Player: Even though we didn't win our team did our best. We played hard and I'm sure that we can improve from our mistakes to achieve better results in the games to come.Post a comment
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- RESULTS from 18/02/2018
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|U/15 T-Ment Women|
|09:00 | University Hall|
|U/15 T-Ment Women|
Swieqi Garmin Malta Phoenix
|10:00 | University Hall|
|U/15 League Juniors|
|11:00 | University Hall|
|U/15 League Juniors|
Luxol Maria Regina
|12:00 | University Hall|
|Videoslots 2nd Div. League Men|
|13:30 | University Hall|
No live games
Luxol H.C.Club Class VS Swieqi Yobetit Phoenix
24/02/2018 | 12:30 | University Hall
Kavallieri RS2 VS La Salle Multilotto
24/02/2018 | 14:00 | University Hall
Aloysians VS Birkirkara Handball
24/02/2018 | 15:30 | University Hall
La Salle VS Swieqi Gasan Mamo Ins.Phoenix
24/02/2018 | 17:00 | University Hall
By Orlando BonniciLOCAL HANDBALL: ALOYSIANS LEADING WOMEN’S DIVISION; SWIEQI YOBETIT PHOENIX LEADING MEN ... more
By Orlando Bonnici
ALOYSIANS LEADING WOMEN’S DIVISION; SWIEQI YOBETIT PHOENIX LEADING MEN
Aloysians’ are currently leading the videoslots.com Women’s Division scoreboard by three points ahead of La Salle , following their win against Kavallieri RS2 on Saturday. Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix are in third place after a comfortable win against Birkirkara Handball Club.
In the Men’s First Division, Swieqi Yobetit Phoenix beat a solid Kavallieri RS2 by two vital goals, putting them in the lead of the videoslots.com Men’s First Division League. Meanwhile, Aloysian’s ProMinent secured their spot in second place after winning a delicate game against La Salle Multilotto.
Philip Mifsud (Aloysians Prominent), Jean Paul Caruana (Kavallieri RS2), Brenda Mamo (Aloysians) and Elizabeth Schiavone (Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix) were named players of the match this weekend.
Birkirkara Handball vs Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix 11-27; Kavallieri RS2 vs Aloysians 15-24.
MEN’S FIRST DIVISION
Aloysians ProMinent vs La Salle Multilotto 32-22; Kavallieri RS2 vs Swieqi Yobetit Phoenix 24-26.
Photo. Action between Kavallieri RS2 and La Salle from the Videoslots 1st Division Women League. Courtesy of Jean Paul Caruana.
Press Release: Malta Handball Association 22.01.18Maltahandball By Orlando Bonnici. Team ETE is currently leading the men’s Videoslo... more
Press Release: Malta Handball Association 22.01.18
By Orlando Bonnici.
Team ETE is currently leading the men’s Videoslots.com second division league, after narrowly beating Swieqi Phoenix 25-23 on Sunday afternoon.
Aloysians, La Salle and Mosta Handball won their respective games on Saturday.
Currently ETE leads the Men’s Videoslots.com Second Division Handball League with 12 points, followed by Swieqi Phoenix and Mosta Handball who are currently in joint second with 9 points each. La Salle ZT Developers and Kavallieri RS2 are in joint fourth place, followed by Aloysians, St Andrews and HMS.
Meanwhile, games from the Junior’s section saw victories for U-15 Aloysians Men & Women, U-15 Swieqi Garmin Malta Women and U-15 Kavallieri RS2 Men.
First Division Men’s League & Women’s League games will resume next Saturday at the University Sports Hall in Tal-Qroqq.
Handball Press release by Orlando Bonnici 15.1.18CLUBS LA SALLE & SWIEQI PHOENIX JOINT FIRST IN BOTH MEN’S & WOMEN’S HANDBALL LE... more
Handball Press release by Orlando Bonnici 15.1.18
CLUBS LA SALLE & SWIEQI PHOENIX
JOINT FIRST IN BOTH MEN’S & WOMEN’S HANDBALL LEAGUE
SwieqiYoBetIt Phoenix and La Salle Multilotto are leading the men’s scoreboards with three wins each out of four games, following a close draw during their game on Saturday.
Meanwhile, in the Women’s Division, Aloysians, SwieqiGasanMamo and La Salle Rivareno are fighting for pole-position with 9 points each, following three wins and a loss out of four games played since November.
“Our teams came back from the holidays on fire, starting the new year with fast-paced high-scoring games. I’m glad to see the quality of local handball improve each season, which also goes to show the benefits of our continuous investment in the sport, such as coaching and refereeing courses, is leaving an impact,” says MHA Marketing Director, Orlando Bonnici.
SwieqiYoBetIt Phoenix are the highest scoring team in the Men’s Division so far, leading with 111 goals and followed by AloysiansProMinent, 102 goals.
In the Women’s Division, Aloysians lead by a total of 104 goals scored in a total of 4 games, followed by SwieqiGasanMamo Phoenix with 99 goals.
Both Men and Women Handball League started in November will end in May.
La Salle will face Aloysians Women this Saturday at 12:30pm inside the University Sports Complex, Tal-Qroqq.
FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE MEN Roundup
SwieqiYobetit Phoenix &La Salle Multilotto first with 10 points, AloysiansProMinent 6 points, Kavallieri RS2 3 points and LuxolH.C. 0 points.
Kavallieri RS2vsLuxol H.C. 23-16; AloysiansProMinentvsSwieqi YoBetItPhoenix 21-28; La Salle MultiLottovs AloysiansProMinent 20-19; Swieqi YoBetItPhoenixvsKavallieri RS2 29-16; SwieqiYoBetIt Phoenix vs Luxol H.C. 32-15; La Salle MultiLottovs Kavallieri RS2 22-19; Kavallieri RS2 vs Aloysians ProMinent 21-29; Luxol H.C.vs La SalleMultiLotto 19-30; La Salle MultiLotto vs Swieqi YoBetIt Phoenix 22-22;AloysiansProMinent vs Luxol H.C. 33-18.
WOMEN’S DIVISION Roundup
Aloysians, Swieqi GasanMamo Phoenix and La Salle first with 9 points each, Kavallieri RS2 6 points and Birkirkara 0 points.
Birkirkara Handball vs Kavallieri RS2 10-13;
AloysiansvsLa Salle 15-16;
Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix vs Aloysians 15-24;
Kavallieri RS2 vs Swieqi Phoenix 22-32;
La Salle vs Kavallieri RS2 24-18;
Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix vs Birkirkara Handball 30-18;
Aloysians vs Kavallieri RS2 31-12;
Birkirkara Handball vs Aloysians 20-34;
Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix vs La Salle 22-20;
Kavallieri RS2 vs Birkirkara Handball 12-11.
Handball T`ment in Enna Sicily-By Orlando BonniciThe Malta Handball Association has been invited to send a National Handball selection for the 2nd In... more
Handball T`ment in Enna Sicily-By Orlando Bonnici
The Malta Handball Association has been invited to send a National Handball selection for the 2nd International tournament ‘Trofeo Concetto Lo Bello’ that will be held between the 28th and 31st of December in Enna Sicily. The tournament, organised by Serie A1 side Haenna Handball, and will be a good opportunity for the national team coaches to start their preperation for next year’s U/21 IHF Trophy and the Euro Qualifiers.
The national selection includes the following players.
Jean Paul Caruana,
Reece Hendrix Galea,
Imed Ben Moussa,
Jeremy John Scicluna
Press Release: Malta Handball AssociationBy Orlando Bonnici. SWIEQI YOBETIT PHOENIX & LA SALLE LEADING MEN & WOMEN HANDBALL S... more
Press Release: Malta Handball Association
By Orlando Bonnici.
SWIEQI YOBETIT PHOENIX & LA SALLE LEADING MEN & WOMEN HANDBALL
Swieqi YoBetit Phoenix are currently leading the scoreboards after winning two out of two games in local men first division handball.
Reigning champions La Salle HC are topping the women’s league after beating Birkirkara Handball and Aloysians. Kavallieri RS2, Aloysians and Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix sit in second place, with three points each.
“It’s been two weeks since the league started, and anything is possible. Quality in both our local handball players has improved drastically since the sport started out in Malta just twenty years ago, making the competition ever more exciting,” says Malta Handball Association’s Marketing Director, Orlando Bonnici.
La Salle's ambidextrous forward Krisztina Kalla leads the top scorer list with 18 goals in two games. Meanwhile, Krisztian Ocshleger of Swieqi YoBetIt Phoenix in the men’s division, with 17 goals.
The league started in November 11 and all teams have played two games were played at the time of writing, except for Luxol H.C. and La Salle Multilotto in the men’s division. The next game is on December 13 at the University Sports Complex in Tal-Qroqq, Msida.
FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE MEN
Kavallieri RS2 vs Luxol H.C. 23-16; Aloysians ProMinent vs Swieqi YoBetIt Phoenix 21-28; La Salle MultiLotto vs Aloysians ProMinent 20-19; Swieqi YoBetIt Phoenix vs Kavallieri RS2 29-16.
Birkirkara Handball vs Kavallieri RS2 10-13; Aloysians vs La Salle 15-16; Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix vs Aloysians 15-24; La Salle vs Birkirkara Handball 24-14; Kavallieri RS2 vs Swieqi GasanMamo Insurance Phoenix 22-32.
Photo Caption: Action between Swieqi GasanMamo Insurance vs Kavallieir RS2 Credit JeanPaul Caruana.
Press Release: Malta Handball Association 9.11.17Written by Orlando Bonnici Aloysians & La Salle secure another title in Men’s & Wom... more
Press Release: Malta Handball Association 9.11.17
Written by Orlando Bonnici
Aloysians & La Salle secure another title in Men’s & Women’s Handball
Aloysians ProMinent secured their 2nd Cup of the season in local men’s handball, after a draw with La Salle (26-26). Meanwhile, La Salle took home the women’s trophy after a tight battle for first place, clinching the title from Aloysians and Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix only on goal average.
“We’ve had an interesting tournament this month. Handball continues to grow locally, year on year, bringing forth new challengers as well as new clubs, such as Birkirkara Handball in the women’s division. While we congratulate the winning teams, Malta Handball starts to gear up for the actual league for this season, for which we’ll have a winner in May next year,” said MHA Marketing Director, Orlando Bonnici.
Aloysians ProMinent competed against four handball teams: runners-up Swieqi Phoenix, La Salle, Kavallieri and Luxol H.C. In the women’s tournament, La Salle played against runners-up Aloysians, Swieqi Gasan Mamo Phoenix, Kavallieri RS2 and new contenders Birkirkara Handball.
Swieqi Phoenix’s Hungarian dynamo Krisztian Ocshleger this tournament’s top scorer in the men’s division with 29 goals in four matches. La Salle’s ambidextrous forward, Krisztina Kalla, in the women’s division, with 32 goals.
The MHA Cup is organised by the Malta Handball Association and games were played every Saturday during the month of October at the University Sports Hall, Tal-Qroqq, Msida.
Both Men and Women handball league starts on November 11.