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  • Neptunes seek to mark their title celebrations on a high

    Neptunes seek to mark their title celebrations on a high

    The BOV Premier League for the 2014 season will be wrapped up this evening when champions Neptunes Grimaldi face Sliema Frank Salt at the National Pool. It will be celebrations day for the Balluta Bay Reds who have won an unprecedented five league...

  • Exiles beat Marsascala to retain top division status

    As a result of their comprehensive 14-6 victory over First Division champions Marsascala Mor€ in the second out of three promotion play-offs, Exiles Ferretti retained their top division status. Better equipped collectively and having the more...

  • Waterpolo

    Final fixtures from the 2014 BOV League championship at the National Pool, Tal-Qroqq: Playing today18.45 Relegation decider (game two) Marsascala Mor€ vs Exiles Ferretti. 20.00 Women’s KO final Neptunes vs Sliema. Saturday17.00 Relegation decider...

  • Exiles win first rubber

    Exiles win first rubber

    Premier side Exiles Ferretti won the opening rubber in a possible three-match play-off against First Division champions Marsascala Mor€ in a clash to determine which team plays top class waterpolo next season. The team from Sliema had an edge...

  • Exiles and Marsascala vie for place in top flight

    The opening fixture from the three-match series in the BOV National League will be played today as Exiles Ferretti clash against Division One champions Marsascala Mor€ for a place in the Premier League next season. Marsascala are on a high after...

  • Gritty Neptunes turn tables

    Gritty Neptunes turn tables

    Neptunes Grimaldi came from behind to topple their neighbours San Ġiljan All Care Insurance 18-16 in a match which had two twists in the second and third sessions bordering on the bizarre. In yesterday’s opener, Marsascala Mor€ defeated Otters...

  • Marsaxlokk win to go top

    Marsaxlokk Fischer kept up the pressure on neighbours Marsascala when they beat Ta’ Xbiex Amigos to reach 23 points and overtake the team led by Pierre Borg, but with the latter side, on 21 points, having today’s First Division match against...

  • Neptunes girls seal waterpolo crown

    Neptunes girls seal waterpolo crown

    Neptunes are the new champions of the women’s waterpolo league after topping the standings with full points in the BOV championship. The other teams taking part were Sliema, San Ġiljan and Exiles. Christine Saliba, Bank of Valletta manager,...

  • Waterpolo

    Next fixtures from the BOV National Leagues at Tal-Qroqq: TodayDivision One: 18.45 Marsaxlokk vs Ta’ Xbiex.Premier Division: 20.00 Valletta vs Sirens. TomorrowWomen’s KO SF: 17.00 Neptunes vs San Ġiljan.First Division: 18.15 Otters vs...

  • Neptunes beat Sliema to seal the title

    Neptunes beat Sliema to seal the title

    Neptunes Grimaldi made sure of a record fifth consecutive title and their 23rd in history with two matches to spare after beating Sliema Frank Salt in a tactical encounter which deservedly went the Reds’ way. This was Neptunes’ 10th win of the...

  • Marsaxlokk stay in the hunt

    Marsaxlokk Fisher kept their hopes of winning the First Division after beating leaders Marsascala Mor€ with their keeper Antonello Xuereb effecting a providential save with seven seconds to go. A draw would have been sufficient for Marsascala to...

  • Neptunes can seal title with derby win

    Neptunes can seal title with derby win

    Undisputed National League leaders Neptunes Grimaldi could become champions of Malta for a fifth successive year tomorrow if they avoid defeat to sporting antagonists Sliema Frank Salt as the Championship Pool edges closer to its final week of...

  • Saints dash Blues’ aspirations

    Saints dash Blues’ aspirations

    After their recent shattering defeats at the hands of leaders Neptunes Grimaldi, San Ġiljan All Care Insurance regained some lost pride when they defeated Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate 12-9, yesterday evening. Aside from boosting their ego, the...

  • Exiles salvage pride

    With the teams’ final standings in the bottom pool already decided the Sirens Ritter Sport and Exiles Ferretti clash only had prestige and pride at stake. In this respect, the team from Sliema were the main beneficiaries after managing to stage a...

  • Sliema cannot afford to lose

    Sliema cannot afford to lose

    Following their upset to Neptunes Grimaldi in the KO final last week, Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate will be eager to stay in the hunt for the National Championship with a win over San Ġiljan Allcare this weekend. Today, Exiles Ferretti have one...

  • Reds again sink Saints

    Reds again sink Saints

    This was another show of force from Neptunes Grimaldi whose ‘naval’ guns again found no res-ponse from neighbours San Ġiljan Allcare yesterday. The Reds have now made another important step towards retaining the league title and in so doing have...

  • Sirens have last word

    Sirens Ritter Sport were made to delve deep into their fighting qualities to finally shake off Valletta McDonald’s stern challenge in yesterday’s relegation pool match which had prestige as its main element given the team’s standings. However,...

  • Marsascala seal it in latter stages

    Marsascala seal it in latter stages

    When the First Division knockout final was resumed early in the second session yesterday, Marsascala Mor€, who also lead the league table comfortably, managed to outdo Otters Nivea to carry off the first honour of the season in their category. It...

  • Waterpolo

    Today: BOV Division One KO final: 19.00 Marsascala vs Otters.Tomorrow: Division One: 18.45 Ta Xbiex vs Marsaxlokk. Relegation Pool: 20.00 Sirens vs Valletta.Wednesday: Division One: 18.45 Marsascala vs Otters. Championship Pool: 20.00 San Ġiljan...

  • Neptunes wrest cup from Sliema

    Neptunes wrest cup from Sliema

    Few would argue Neptunes Grimaldi’s clear edge over Sliema Fank Salt Real Estate as the two giants of local waterpolo locked horns yesterday. The Reds emerged clear winners to wrest the knock-out prize from the Blues. It was the 22nd cup honour...

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