Advert

Waterpolo

  • Final called off due to power failure

    The First Division KO final between Marsascala More and Otters Nivea was called off two seconds into the second session following a power outage at the National Pool. The Aquatic Sports Association Council officials conferred with the coaches of...

  • Teams braced for grand finale

    Teams braced for grand finale

    The significant changes in the format of the 2014 Premier League race have resulted in keen contests which are due to reach a climax in the coming weeks. The teams have now been divided into the championship and relegation pools, with Neptunes,...

  • Afric steps down as San Ġiljan coach

    Sergio Afric has stepped down as coach of San Ġiljan Allcare Insurance, the club said in a statement. The Croatian took the decision in the wake of San Ġiljan’s 17-10 defeat to neighbouring rivals Neptunes Grimaldi Lines on Saturday which left the...

  • Imperious Neptunes give Saints a hiding

    Imperious Neptunes give Saints a hiding

    This was champions stuff from an imperious Neptunes Grimaldi who steamrolled over neighbours San Ġiljan Allcare Insurance almost nonchalantly after putting their guns in blazing mode in the last two sessions to emerge 17-10 clearcut winners. The...

  • Blues’ edge tells in the end

    Blues’ edge tells in the end

    At the end of the day, Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate registered a 14-8 routine win over Exiles Ferretti, a result which cuts the Blues’ leeway in the top pool from leaders Neptunes to two points, with the Reds having to recuperate today’s match in...

  • San Ġiljan in must-win clash against Neptunes

    The Balluta Bay derby between Neptunes Grimaldi and San Ġiljan All Care Insurance will bring to an end the round robin phase of the 2014 BOV Premier League championship tomorrow evening at the National Pool. The six teams in the top flight will be...

  • Blues pip Saints in hard-fought match

    Blues pip Saints in hard-fought match

    Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate pipped San Ġiljan Allcare in a close encounter yesterday marked by a spate of expulsions which alternated almost throughout. The Blues earned the verdict thanks to a better conversion rate on extra-man sets and their...

  • Neptunes pass tough Sirens test

    Neptunes pass tough Sirens test

    Another enthralling, even if error-strewn contest, went the way of league leaders Neptunes Grimaldi after they edged the highly competitive Sirens Ritter Sport by the odd goal in 27, yesterday. The result ousts the St Paul’s Bay from the top three...

  • Controversy casts a shadow over race for top-three spots

    Controversy casts a shadow over race for top-three spots

    Sirens Ritter Sport’s victory over San Ġiljan Allcare on Saturday may have come too late for the St Paul’s Bay team to challenge for a place in the top three in this summer’s Premier League. Nothing has been decided yet but with only two matches...

  • Champions extend lead as San Ġiljan stumble

    Champions extend lead as San Ġiljan stumble

    After yesterday’s three-match programme Neptunes Grimaldi opened a five-point lead at the top of the table as the start of the championship three-team pool looms. The Reds beat Exiles Ferretti as comfortably as the 14-7 scoreline indicates, but...

  • Wins for southerners

    Marsaxlokk Fischer and Marsascala Mor€ registered victories over bottom team Ta’ Xbiex Amigos and second-placed Otters Nivea respectively as the First Division programme was resumed yesterday. The main source of inspiration for Marsascala was...

  • BOV National League

    Today: (Division One) 18.45 Marsaxlokk vs Ta’ Xbiex; 20.00 Otters vs Marsascala. Tomorrow: (Premier League) 17.00 San Ġiljan vs Sirens; 18.15 Sliema vs Valletta; 19.30 Exiles vs Neptunes.

  • San Ġiljan close in on Neptunes

    After the temporary suspension of the senior league competitions following a series of incidents in recent weeks, the programme was resumed yesterday with two Premier League matches which were due to have been played last Saturday. The most...

  • 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...

Advert
Advert