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La Salle HC: Report by Clive Ferrante. La Salle Rivareno claim 2 victories in less than 21 hours. On Saturday at... more
Kavallieri HC: Report by Peter Meadley. This weekend saw our ladies team taking the weekend off while our men's squ... more
Aloysians HC: Report by Stephanie Camilleri. MHA Cup Games - Aloysians Handball Club – 18th & 19th October ... more
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Kavallieri RS2 VS HMS
25/10/2014 | 12:30 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
Luxol H.C. VS Swieqi Phoenix
25/10/2014 | 14:00 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
La Salle VS Aloysians
25/10/2014 | 15:30 | Univ. Tal-Qroqq
Report by Clive FerranteMHA Cup Handball roundup In the third day of the MHA cup, Aloysians Von Taine were beaten 21 &nda... more
Report by Clive Ferrante
MHA Cup Handball roundup
In the third day of the MHA cup, Aloysians Von Taine were beaten 21 – 22 by Kavallieri RS2. Both teams produced fast-paced and flowing handball with Aloysians suffering early pressure and Kavallieri RS2 leaving their mark as the game progressed. La Salle Rivareno secured their third win by beating Luxol 29 – 23. La Salle took matters in hand and controlled the match with a solid and talented performance. Sayitmalta HMS were beaten 17 - 23 by Swieqi Phoenix who secured their first win in the competition. HMS failed to impress and Swieqi kept inflicting damage on HMS’s rear guard. La Salle are joint leaders with cup contenders Kavallieri. Swieqi moved off the bottom, Sayitmalta HMS and Luxol are still in search for points this competition.
Aloysian’s hopes of claiming the MHA cup are alive as they confront defending champions, La Salle, in the forth cup day. In case of victory over Sayitmalta HMS, Kavallieri RS2 would ensure top spot in the standings given the erratic form of Bryan Pace’s team who have not yet won a point of their past three fixtures. Luxol will try to claim their first points when they meet Swieqi Phoenix.
Fixtures - Saturday 25th October, 2014
12:30 Sayitmalta HMS v Kavallieri RS2
14:00 Luxol v Swieqi Phoenix
15:30 La Salle Rivareno v Aloysians Von Taine
Message By Mr. Louis Borg MHA PresidentThe Malta Handball Association is on the verge of being 20 years young. One can safely say that the ... more
Message By Mr. Louis Borg MHA President
The Malta Handball Association is on the verge of being 20 years young. One can safely say that the association has made great strides since its birth and the past season gives one hope for the future. The administration side has worked well and recently the IHF has recognised the association’s efforts placing it second out of 16 handball emerging countries in the list of achievements. The competitions ran according to schedule and there were no hiccups whilst the clubs showed maturity and wisdom in many of the decisions. The officials and players behaved well and there were very few isolated cases of misbehaviour.
Season 2014-15 will soon start and it is my wish that we move forward together. Perhaps our standard of play has not yet reached the desired results but if the clubs work more on the young and infiltrate more in the schools, progress will be made.
Perhaps also the association needs to concentrate on the national team sector and we are doing our best with the EHF and IHF to improve the situation.
I feel a lot of satisfaction when I go back 20 years ago when competition in handball started being organised. I wish the best of luck to all the clubs, officials and players for season 2014-15. Keep marching on and work harder to conquer the limitations that you face in the local sport scene.