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Red letter day for La Salle Handball Club

Red letter day for La Salle Handball Club

In the last Saturday of national competitions, La Salle Handball Club were crowned knock-out winners in both men’s and women’s categories after beating eternal rivals Aloysians on both occasions. These victories mean that La Salle Handball Club have obtained their... (Continue reading)

La Salle ZT Developments win handball league title

La Salle ZT Developments win handball league title

The Men’s National league came to a close last Saturday as La Salle ZT Developments held on to their 100% record following a convincing win over Kavallieri RS2, thus securing their fifth championship title following their success in the Super... (Continue reading)

La Salle ZT Developments regain top spot with a win against Aloysians

La Salle ZT Developments regain top spot with a win against Aloysians

The match started on a flowing and balanced pace with La Salle’s pivot Mark Gilson opened the score forLa Salleand Malcolm Zarb responded immediately for Aloysians. On the 20th minute, Gilson received his second “2 minute suspension” and was replaced... (Continue reading)

La Salle claim a historic double Super Cup

La Salle claim a historic double Super Cup

La Salle claim a historic double Super Cup victories over Aloysians. Both men and women teams beat their rivals by 5 goals. Following an important league victory over Aloysians, in less then four days La Salle once again beat Aloysians... (Continue reading)

La Salle ZT Developments claim MHA Cup title

La Salle ZT Developments claim MHA Cup title

La Salle ZT Developments beat Kavallieri RS2 in a fast-paced match and managed to bring home more silverware at the club. Led by coach Ian Psaila, La Salle ZT Developments are still unbeaten this season and made it three wins... (Continue reading)

La Salle ZT Developments earned a hugely significant victory over Aloysians

La Salle ZT Developments earned a hugely significant victory over Aloysians

The match provided great handball by both teams. It started on a flowing and balanced pace with both sets of players cancelling each others advantage. La Salle had to cope without the services of captain Andrew Said whilst Alex Di... (Continue reading)