La Salle starlet Stephanie Desjardins in Tjhazenajh trial

Monday, April 2, 2012, 19:10

Stephanie Desjardins’s prospects of continuing her fledgling handball career overseas received a boost this week after the La Salle starlet began a trial with Tjhazenajh Handball Club, from theCzeqRepublic.

Desjardins flew to Cheq Republic last Friday after receiving an official invitation to join the Czeq top League club for a trial.

Tjhazenajh Handball Club are currently in the 12th position.

Yesterday, the 23 year old La Salle Left back trained with team.

Widely regarded as one of the most talented youngsters in Maltese handball, Desjardins has established herself as a first-choice player for La Salle this season, scoring an impressive 52 goals so far this season.

Desjardins also forms part of the ladies National team.

 





2 Comments

  1. stephanie says:

    Hi I can answer to this myself. The EHF Challenge trophy was for under 23. Although I am 23 years of age I am born 1988 and therefore did not qualify age wise. But I form part of the Senior national team squad and will be training in the coming months for the European Qualifying stages. Thanks for your support. Regards

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  2. Handball fan says:

    Given the talent that the girl seems to have, can anyone explain why she did not form part of the Maltese national team at the EHF Challenge Trophy two weeks ago? It is worth noting that Malta lost ALL its matches, including a 41-5 beating against the Faroe Islands (!!!) and ended up in the last position out of eight countries. Handall fans deserve an answer.

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