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Dorianne Theuma crowned BOV Female Player of the Month for April and May

| May 26th, 2015 | No Comments »

BOV-Female-POM-Apr-May-15-Dorianne-TheumaHibernians FC’s midfielder Dorianne Theuma ended the BOV Women’s Football Season in the best possible way when she was selected as the BOV Female Player of the Month for both April and May.

Hibernians had a dream season winning all three major competitions, the BOV Super Cup, the BOV Women’s League and the Knock-Out competition, ending the BOV Women’s League with a nine-point lead over Birkirkara.

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Triple crown for Hibernians girls

| May 19th, 2015 | 2 Comments »

Hibernians FCAfter winning the BOV Women’s Super Cup in September and the BOV Women’s League a few weeks ago, the Hibernians women’s team made a clean sweep of honours as they won the Women’s Knock-Out, defeating Raiders (Luxol) 6-0 in the final at the Centenary Stadium on Tuesday.

Ylenia Carabott put the Paolites ahead on the 6th minute. Dionne Tonna doubled the score five minutes from the end of the first half and just before half-time, Martina Borg added another. Dorianne Theuma increased the lead two minutes in the second half, Martina Borg made it 5-0 on the 76th and three minutes later, Ylenia Carabott sealed the issue with a sixth goal.

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Another change in format for Women’s League

| May 13th, 2015 | Comments Off on Another change in format for Women’s League

BOV-Women's-LeagueThe BOV Women’s League will be divided once again in two divisions with six teams playing in the Women’s First Division and the remaining playing in the Women’s Second Division as from next season.

The six teams in the BOV Women’s First Division will be playing on a four-round league basis. The teams in the BOV Women’s Second Division will also play on a four-round league basis. This season, the eleven teams played on a one-round league basis before the top-six teams played in the Championship Pool and the bottom five in Section B.

Meanwhile the MFA Executive Committee accepted a request by Kirkop United to field a second team which will take part in the Women’s Second Division. Kirkop placed sixth in the BOV Women’s League Championship Pool this season.

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Hibs, Raiders (Luxol) reach Women’s Knock-Out final

| May 12th, 2015 | Comments Off on Hibs, Raiders (Luxol) reach Women’s Knock-Out final

CentenaryRaiders (Luxol) and Hibernians will be contesting the Women’s Knock-Out final on Tuesday 19th May after defeating Sliema Wanderers and Birkirkara respectively in the two semi-finals which were played on Monday.

In the first semi-final, Raiders (Luxol) found no difficulty in beating Sliema Wanderers 7-0. Ann Marie Said scored twice and Corissa Vella White, Tracy Teuma and Rebecca Vella scored one each to give them a five-goal lead by the end of the first half with Tracy Teuma adding another two goals after the break for a 7-0 win.

The second semi-final was a most entertaining clash between champions Hibernians and holders Birkirkara. Ylenia Carabott put the Paolites ahead late in the first half but early in the second half, Stephania Farrugia converted a penalty for Birkirkara. A few minutes later, Gabriella Zahra made it 2-1 for the Stripes but late in the game, Shona Zammit notched the equaliser to force extra-time.

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Hibernians celebrate BOV Women’s League championship

| May 5th, 2015 | Comments Off on Hibernians celebrate BOV Women’s League championship

BOV-Womens-Football---Hibs-Champions-2015Champions Hibernians celebrated the BOV Women’s League Championship title in style as they beat runners-up Birkirkara 2-1 on Tuesday to finish nine points ahead of the Stripes.

Tanya Gravina from Bank of Valletta’s Marketing Department and Rodney Pisani from the Malta Football Association presented the medals and trophy to the Champions.

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