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Waterpolo

  • Experimental Med. Comen Cup U-20 tournament at National Pool

    This year’s Mediterranean Comen Cup tournament for Under-20 national teams, being played in Malta between today and Sunday, will have new playing regulations which are being introduced. However, there will be no changes in the laws of the...

  • Molina and Vapenski keep Saints’ tails up

    Guillermo Molina and Boris Vapenski produced a class act to help San Giljan Crystal Finance to yet another victory over Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate and, as a consequence, put their team closer to the championship title. Beyond the Saints’...

  • Serbia crush Croatia to take world title

    Serbia crush Croatia to take world title

    Serbia won their second world waterpolo championship as an independent nation in an 11-4 rout of traditional rivals Croatia in the final. The Serbians, reigning European champions, stormed back from an early 2-0 deficit and turned the match on its...

  • Saints pass stern Valletta test to reach cup final

    Saints pass stern Valletta test to reach cup final

    This was far from an easy stroll for San Ġiljan Crystal Finance. Yesterday, Valletta McDonalds made them sweat hard for a place in the final of the BOV KO against Neptunes Grimaldi. Indeed, it was a stern test for the Saints as they tried to...

  • Routine win earns holders berth in final

    Routine win earns holders berth in final

    Unlike the other top teams, Neptunes Grimaldi have earned a reputation this season of becoming the bete noir of Sirens Ritter Sport. A routine 14-10 victory over the northerners, which was more emphatic than the score indicates, earned the holders...

  • Balluta Bay rivals look to stay in hunt for KO glory

    Balluta Bay rivals look to stay in hunt for KO glory

    Neptunes Grimaldi and San Ġiljan Crystal Finance Investments are favourites to proceed to the BOV knock-out final as the two heavyweights should prove too strong for their respective opponents, Sirens Ritter Sports and Valletta McDonald’s, in this...

  • Top team pulls clear

    The first matches of the fourth round from the BOV First Division league yesterday had leaders Marsascala Nutrition Empire registering a 19-7 victory over Otters Nivea and Marsaxlokk Fischer reaching the 20-goal mark when defeating Ta’ Xbiex...

  • Saints keep distance after draw

    Saints keep distance after draw

    This was another dour struggle between top of the table teams, San Ġiljan Crystal Finance and Neptunes Grimaldi, with the sides remaining locked on seven goals apiece. The result keeps the Saints two points clear at the top of the table while...

  • Southerners share spoils

    With Marsascala Nutrition Empire sharing the spoils with southern neighbours Marsaxlokk Fischer and Ta’ Xbiex Amigos disposing of Otters Nivea, the three- point gap between the top two teams remained unchanged, with Ta’ Xbiex now a point adrift of...

  • Reds keep their ground in title bid

    Reds keep their ground in title bid

    A clash between the two giants of the local game rarely fails to fill the air with excitement around the pool no matter how big an advantage a team may build initially. Yesterday’s game between Neptunes Grimaldi and Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate...

  • San Ġiljan maintain title momentum

    A charged-up San Ġiljan Crystal Finance kept up their title momentum yesterday when they scored the third win over Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate in the championship trek to extend their lead at the top of the BOV Premier League standings to five...

  • Wins for southerners

    Marsascala Nutrition Empire and Marsaxlokk Fischer registered victories over Ta’ Xbiex Amigos and Otters Nivea respectively in yesterday’s BOV First Division matches, the only fixtures in programme at the National Pool. The results mean that...

  • England Schools win Exiles tournament

    England Schools win Exiles tournament

    The England Schools selection have won the Exiles International Waterpolo Tournament, organised under the auspices of the Aquatic Sport Association (ASA). In the final, played earlier this week, England Schools had the better of the young Malta...

  • Premier first phase statistics at a glance

    Premier first phase statistics at a glance

    The first phase of the BOV Premier Division came to an end last Saturday after 30 matches. As was anticipated, champions Neptunes Grimaldi, San Ġiljan Crystal Finance and Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate finished in the top pool while Sirens Ritter...

  • San Giljan’s great comeback stuns Sliema

    San Giljan’s great comeback stuns Sliema

    Sliema 6San Ġiljan 7 (1-0, 2-0, 1-2, 2-5) Sliema: R. Coleiro, J. Gabarretta 1, K. Dowling, T. Sullivan, M. Meli, J. Soler 3, M. Spiteri Staines, C. Cluett, N. Bugelli 1, J. Brownrigg, M. Bodegas, A. Attard, N. Dedovic 1. San Ġiljan: J. Sammut, P.

  • Reds turn it round in the third session

    Reds turn it round in the third session

    Playing below their normal levels when facing an otherwise perky Valletta McDonald’s, Neptunes Grimaldi had to wait until the third quarter yesterday to inject their knowhow and finally turn the tables on their disciplined opponents who then...

  • Exiles SC to host U-17 tournament

    Exiles Sports Club will be hosting an international waterpolo tournament for U-17 players at the National Pool Complex, Tal-Qroqq, in the next few days. The tournament, which is being organised in collaboration with the Acquatic Sports...

  • Valletta book semi-final spot

    Valletta Mc Donald’s booked a place in the semi-final of the Premier KO competition when they had the better of Exiles Ferretti 9-8 and will now face San Ġiljan in mid-August, with Neptunes up against Sirens in the other semi-final. Their one-goal...

  • Neptunes oust Sliema

    Neptunes oust Sliema

    Holders Neptunes Grimaldi were made to battle hard to proceed to the semi-finals of the BOV Premier Division knock-out when they faced Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate. The 9-7 scoreline again reflected the balance there is between these two sides...

  • Neptunes magazine

    The 2014 Neptunes WPSC annual magazine has just been published. A bumper 120-page publication, the magazine is the 85th anniversary edition. The annual covers the club’s events during a year in which Neptunes broke new ground when winning a record...

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