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  • Sirens keep hoping for the third place

    Sirens keep hoping for the third place

    The BOV Premier League will re-sume this evening after a brief suspension of the competition which must have come at the right moment for all players, officials and administrators concerned to get together and discuss what needs to be done to...

  • National leagues to resume tomorrow

    The ASA of Malta said last night that following an urgent council meeting at the Tal-Qroqq Complex, it was decided that all national competitions will resume with immediate effect. Two matches from the top flight and one fixture from the First...

  • ASA Council to convene today

    The urgent meeting called by the Council of the Aquatic Sport Association (ASA), originally scheduled to take place tomorrow, has been brought forward to this evening, the Executive Committee of the local governing body of swimsport announced...

  • The straw that broke the camel’s back as competitions suspended

    The straw that broke the camel’s back as competitions suspended

    The decision by the ASA Executive Committee to suspend waterpolo late on Friday after the Neptunes Grimaldi-Sliema Frank Salt match, following what it termed as ‘consistent incidents experienced until now’, may not have been surprising in the wake...

  • Controversial finale as thriller ends all square

    Controversial finale as thriller ends all square

    A third Premier Division match in almost a week ended in controversy as protests marked another pulsating clash between old sporting rivals Neptunes Grimaldi and Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate who shared 20 goals, yesterday. The episode leading to...

  • Neptunes out to keep Sliema at a distance

    The battle for supremacy in this year’s BOV National League resumes in earnest this evening when leaders Neptunes Grimaldi take on fierce rivals Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate in the programme’s second game, starting at 8pm. Four points clear at...

  • Biros helps Reds beat gallant Sirens

    Neptunes Grimaldi booked a passage into the final of the knock-out competition after beating a gallant Sirens Ritter Sport who have come a long way this season after grooming a well-knit team spearheaded by Italian Christian Presciutti and Csaba...

  • Holders reach final

    Holders Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate beat Valletta Mc Donald’s in the first knock-out semi-final to earn the right to meet either Neptunes or Sirens in the final. The Blues had the edge and conducted the score except for brief moments in the...

  • Waterpolo

    BOV knock-out semi-finalsPlaying today: (First Division) 18.45 Marsascala vs Marsaxlokk. (Premier Division) 20.00 Sliema vs Valletta.Tomorrow: (First Division) 18.45 Otters vs Ta’ Xbiex. (Premier Division) 20.00 Neptunes vs Sirens.

  • Professional game seeks renewal in bid for popularity

    Professional game seeks renewal in bid for popularity

    Twelve hours after Germany had won the World Cup in Brazil, the country’s waterpolo team jumped in the pool for the opening game of the European Championship in the Hungarian capital. It is probably not the result – Germany suffered a sound 10-5...

  • Sliema edge Sirens as excitement turns into mayhem

    Sliema edge Sirens as excitement turns into mayhem

    The Sirens Ritter Sport-Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate match had a bizarre ending as excitement turned into a turbulent finish with prolonged contestations making for total mayhem. With 0.1 seconds left and the Blues leading 11-10, Sirens were...

  • Neptunes overcome an initial blip to ease to victory

    Neptunes overcome an initial blip to ease to victory

    What was a bright kick-start by Valletta McDonald’s, when they took a 4-2 first session lead, turned out to be an easy win for leaders Neptunes Grimaldi as the second round of the Premier Division got underway yesterday. As many had expected, the...

  • Neptunes hit top form as crunch time looms

    Neptunes hit top form as crunch time looms

    The second round from the BOV Premier Division regular season gets underway today at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq. Leaders Neptunes Grimaldi start favourites to extend their unbeaten run to six matches this summer when playing Valletta...

  • Warhorses help Reds outsmart neighbours

    Warhorses help Reds outsmart neighbours

    Neptunes Grimaldi thrived on the skills of their warhorses, mainly the Hungarian tandem of Peter Biros and Tamas Molnar, scorers of three and two goals respectively, and supplemented by Michele Stellini and Clint Mercieca (two goals each), and the...

  • Disciplined Exiles hold Blues

    Disciplined Exiles hold Blues

    Barely three days after being thrashed 18-5 by Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate in a cup match, Exiles Ferreti, produced a disciplined performance, backed by fast swimming and bold attacking play to hold their opponents to a sharing of...

  • Waterpolo

    Next fixtures from the first round of the BOV National League at the National Pool (Tal-Qroqq): Today(Division One) 18.45 Marsascala Mor€ vs Ta’ Xbiex Amigos; (Premier League) 20.00 Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate vs Exiles...

  • Neptunes’ nous tells in the end

    Neptunes Grimaldi summoned their technical nous and superior power yesterday to dismiss neighbours San Giljan All Care Insurance 14-11 and win the right to meet Sirens Ritter Sport in the semi-final of the BOV knock-out competition. These...

  • Blues’ easy passage to the semi-final

    Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate booked an expected easy passage to the semi-final of the BOV Knock-Out competition and the right to meet Valletta when they removed Exiles Ferretti 18-5 in yesterday’s only match. The Blues’ edge on paper and in the...

  • Waterpolo

    Fixtures from the BOV Knock-Out at the National Pool:Today: Quarter-final – 19.00 Exiles Ferretti vs Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate.Tomorrow: Quarter-final – 19.00 San Ġiljan Allcare Insurance vs Neptunes Grimaldi.

  • Blues edge Saints in tense duel

    The match between San Ġiljan All Care Insurance and Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate yesterday resulted in a tense duel replete with strong arm fare and a host of expulsions. After their slip against Sirens Ritter Sport the previous week, the Blues...

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