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  • Malta bow to Germany

    Malta bow to Germany

    Having reached their goal of qualifying for their first ever finals in a major international competition, Malta U-17 were forced to surrender to Germany in their last Group ‘D’ match which resulted in an easy 22-6 win for the visiting team. One...

  • Excellent Malta surmount qualifying barrier

    Excellent Malta surmount qualifying barrier

    Hats off to the Malta lads who made waterpolo history yesterday when they qualified for the first time ever for a major European competition final on their own merits. Their 7-6 win over Great Britain, opponents who can vaunt of immeasurably...

  • Malta too good for Switzerland

    Although facing opponents not as weak as Latvia, Malta were too good for Switzerland in yesterday’s second match from the U-17 Championship qualifying group played in the morning. Their 20-5 victory was again a bright omen after the encouraging...

  • No contest as Malta thump Latvia

    No contest as Malta thump Latvia

    Malta 51Latvia 0 (11-0, 13-0, 14-0, 13-0) The second fixture on yesterday’s programme was an absolute mismatch as Malta rolled in the goals against a sub-standard Latvia with a minimum of effort. The one-sided nature of this clash was apparent...

  • Malta Juniors in first qualifying tournament

    Malta Juniors in first qualifying tournament

    It will be a new experience for most of the Malta U-17 components between tomorrow and Sunday as they will be competing in the Men’s Junior Water-polo Qualification Tournament Group D at Tal-Qroqq. The matches will be valid for the inaugural...

  • San Giljan go joint top as Sirens edge Valletta

    San Giljan go joint top as Sirens edge Valletta

    San Ġiljan All Care Insurance joined Sliema at the top of the table after defeating Exiles Ferretti 13-8 yesterday in a match which developed into a one-sided affair in the first three sessions, after which Exiles managed to reduce the arrears...

  • Sprightly Sliema out muscle Neptunes

    Sprightly Sliema out muscle Neptunes

    Employing a more effective game-plan based on stringent press and superior muscle, Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate proved to be a sprightlier and more compact lot as they had the better of Neptunes more comfortably than the result indicates. The...

  • Neptunes, Sliema eye early foothold

    The main attraction on the fourth day of this year’s winter league programme is the match between Neptunes Grimaldi and Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate to be played this evening at the National Pool. With two wins from their opening two matches both...

  • Sirens run Neptunes close

    Sirens run Neptunes close

    Any idea Neptunes Grimaldi may have had that their match against Sirens Ritter Sport would be an easy ride, especially after the St Paul’s Bay team were thrashed by San Ġiljan in their opening game, was soon dismissed. Yesterday, the improved...

  • Wins for top contenders

    Wins for top contenders

    There were expected wins for top contenders San Ġiljan AllCare Insurance and Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate when they faced Valletta McDonald’s and Exiles Ferretti on day two of the Winter League Premier Division yesterday. A third session spree...

  • Little sweat for quoted teams

    The three fancied teams in the Premier Division, San Ġiljan Allcare Insurance, Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate and and Neptunes Grimaldi had an easy stroll when disposing of Sirens Ritter Sport, Valletta McDonald’s and Exiles Ferretti respectively...

  • All set for another winter trek

    All set for another winter trek

    Winter waterpolo for 2015 gets under way today as the six Premier League teams, Exiles, Neptunes, San Ġiljan, Sirens, Sliema and Valletta, will be in action at Tal-Qroqq National Pool. The winter trek started in 1994 after the ASA thought of...

  • Junior squad for Ostia training camp

    The national junior squad will have a training camp in Ostia in the first week of March as part of their preparations for the first qualification tournament of the European Games, being held in Baku, Azerbaijan later this year. Head coach Karl...

  • A bridge too far to cross

    A bridge too far to cross

    The Maltese national waterpolo team ended their first qualification tournament in the LEN Euro 2016 Championship in Utrecht, last weekend, having suffered two clearcut defeats against France, 21-4, and against hosts and eventual group winners the...

  • Malta crush Latvia 36-1

    The Malta waterpolo national team ended their commitments in the European Championship qualifiers with a flourish after overwhelming Latvia 36-1 in Utrecht yesterday. After back-to-back defeats to France (21-4) and the Netherlands (19-11) in the...

  • Third session proves costly

    Netherlands 19Malta 11 (4-2, 3-4, 8-4, 4-1) An improved performance was not enough to prevent a second consecutive defeat as Malta went down 19-11 to the Netherlands in their second match from the first qualification round tournament of the 2016...

  • France too strong for Malta

    France 21Malta 4 (4-0, 7-1, 5-2, 5-1) Malta had a difficult start to their European Championships qualifiers when they were beaten by France 21-4 in Utrecht yesterday. It was a commanding performance from the French who had already one hand on the...

  • Izzo targets vital points in Utrecht

    Izzo targets vital points in Utrecht

    Malta face a tough start to the first qualification tournament of the European Championships when they take on group favourites France in Utrecht tonight. France are no strangers for Malta as the two sides met in the play-off round of the 2014...

  • Izzo names squad for Dutch tournament

    Izzo names squad for Dutch tournament

    National coach Karl Izzo yesterday named his final squad for the first round qualification tournament of the European Championships, to be staged in Utrecht, the Netherlands this weekend. Malta will face France, Latvia and hosts Netherlands in the...

  • Ten clubs make up 2015 line-up

    Ten clubs make up 2015 line-up

    The 21st edition of the ASA Winter League is due to start on Sunday, February 22, with ten clubs making up this year’s line-up. Exiles, Neptunes, San Ġiljan, Sirens, Sliema and Valletta will form the Premier Division while Marsascala, Marsaxlokk,...

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