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Waterpolo

  • Saints stay on Reds’ heels

    Aiming to keep on the heels of leaders Neptunes Emirates, San Ġiljan Sir Alex beat Sirens Ritter Sport 17-10 to move to within three points of the Reds, yesterday. The Saints, guided by Sergio Afric and led in the water by Peter Biros and Marko...

  • Izzo laments Belarus upset

    In the wake of the Euro Cham-pionship qualifying round (phase two) group matches, played at the National Pool last week, Malta waterpolo coach Karl Izzo said he was very satisfied with the effort put in by the team and reiterated that the bonding...

  • Afric set to make his debut for San Ġiljan in must-win match

    San Ġiljan Sir Alex will be seeking inspiration from new coach Sergio Afric as they look to sustain their Premier League title challenge with a victory over Sirens Ritter Sport this evening. The summer championships resume today at the National...

  • Malta fail to progress after placing ninth

    After the Euro Championship second qualifying round matches, which were completed last Sunday in three different countries including Malta, the points total obtained by each nation shows our national team in the ninth position in the table. The...

  • Malta bow out honourably

    Malta’s last act in the European Championship 2nd qualifying round Group D matches turned out to be an honourable performance never mind a defeat at the hands of a clearly higher-ranked team, Georgia, yesterday. The 16-12 scoreline, a close one by...

  • Malta succumb at the death

    Malta fought bravely to uphold their pride when they met Ukraine in yesterday’s last match. After leading for most of the proceedings they unfortunately threw in the towel at the end of an exciting contest to finish on the losing side by ten goals...

  • Improved Malta win deservedly

    Returning to guide Malta from the bench, coach Karl Izzo must have been pleased with his team’s diligent display resulting into an 11-4 victory over Israel. It was an improved Malta which had the lads summoning oxygen and diligence thanks mainly...

  • Zammit and Galea scoop BOV awards for June

    San Ġiljan Sir Alex’s new signing Dino Zammit has repaid the Saints’ trust with his top-class performances so far this summer earning him the BOV Player of the Month award for June in the Premier Division. Zammit was instrumental in San Ġiljan’s...

  • Malta on second mission

    This evening, Malta’s waterpolo team, led by coach Karl Izzo, will start their second adventure in the European Championship second qualifying tournament when they play Belarus at the National Pool, Tal-Qroqq. For the next three days they will be...

  • Last-gasp win for Marsascala

    First Division leading scorer Joseph Kayes scored a goal at the death to give Marsascala Mor€ a dramatic victory over Ta’ Xbiex Amigos to help his team move to 12 points at the top, equal with Valletta, but with a game more. The first session...

  • Foreigners too good for Malta

    Led from the bench by Sergey Markoch, the All Stars selection showed what mettle they are made of when they beat Malta 15-8 in yesterday’s warm-up practice match for the Maltese national team ahead of the Euro Championships’ second qualifying...

  • Malta U-17 lose final match 15-11

    The Malta U-17 lost their final match at the Mediterranean Cup in Rome yesterday when they lost to Georgia 15-11. Anthony Farrugia’s boys came into the match in high spirits after Saturday’s 11-5 victory over Cyprus. However, the Georgians were...

  • Sliema out of title race

    In a gruelling match, which was make-or-break for Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate, Neptunes Emirates stole another march on their rivals, their fourth this year, to keep a clean slate on 18 points and leave the Blues stranded on six and practically...

  • Blues’ last chance

    Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate’s slim chance of sneaking back into the reckoning for this summer National League title could be over today (19.15) if they fail to hand Neptunes Emirates their first defeat in the competition. Sliema looked to have...

  • Greece beat Malta U-17 15-5

    The Malta U-17 national team lost their opening match at the 2013 Comen Cup when they went down to Greece 15-5 in Ostia yesterday. The Greeks were a cut above the Maltese youngsters yesterday as they surged to a clear 8-2 lead by the end of the...

  • Reds cruise to victory

    Leaders Neptunes Emirates were not expected to concede points against Exiles Ferretti, yesterday. Sergey Markoch’s men duly obliged with another victory which had a high point in a nine-goal third session bonanza. The clinical opportunism of Tamas...

  • National teams braced for Euro tournaments

    This month the U-17 and senior national teams will be engaged in Euro tournaments. Anthony Farrugia’s youth team will play in the Comen 2013, in Rome, between today and Sunday, and the national team, under the guidance of Karl Izzo, will play...

  • Saints maintain title challenge

    San Ġiljan Sir Alex are still alive and kicking. Barely three days after their 12-6 drubbing at the hands of Sliema, and with the team bereft of their coach Karl Izzo, the Saints bounced back to inflict a third defeat on the Blues and thus...

  • Izzo pondering his future as Saints look to stop the rot

    San Ġiljan Sir Alex’s low-key performance in Sunday’s 12-6 Knock-Out defeat to Sliema Frank Salt Real Estate prompted coach Karl Izzo to offer his resignation. Coming on the eve of San Ġiljan’s second-round league match against Sliema, news of...

  • San Ġiljan international tournament

    San Ġiljan ASC will this week host their annual triangular tournament at their club pool. Britain’s Southampton City and Ta’ Xbiex will be the Saints’ opponents in the senior tournament which gets under way on Thursday. In the U-17 event, San...

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