The President and Committee of San Giljan TUM Invest are delighted to announce that national team player Dino Zammit, Ben Plumpton and Andreas Galea have all extended their contracts with the club. The Club thanks these players for their loyalty to the club and looks forward to achieving more success together.
Obradovic currently plays for Olympiacos in Greece and has won many medals in his carrier including a Gold medal at the London Olympics in 2012.
He has a very powerful right hand shot and is a great leader in the pitch, also he can play in various positions and will surely be very important for the team.
Our carefully structured swimming classes are designed for you and your children to have fun whilst reinforcing and building on the swimming skills they have learnt over the summer.
Applications are treated on a first come first serve basis so don’t miss out on all the fun.
The 2016 Club and Lido Memberships are out. This year we are adding an added benefit where you will get discounts at selected outlets and companies including restaurants, retail outlets and insurance companies. Membership forms are available from Chris Gherxi (79455438) and Ivan Said (99449325). You can download the form from here or send us an email on email@example.com. The current list of outlets offering discounts is attached. We will be adding more to the list during the year. Pay your membership now to benefit from these discounts ALL YEAR ROUND! Read More…
These include sessions on weekdays (Wednesdays and Fridays at 5pm) as well as sessions on Saturday afternoons at 3.30pm, all at the (heated water) National Pool, Tal-Qroqq.
Coaching is being trusted to established and experienced Junior Coach Julian Xuereb.
For further details please kindly contact Club Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 79416976.
This is the best way to keep you kids active while providing them with a team sport experience which is highly beneficial to their holistic development.
Applications are being accepted. Applications may be found on the Club’s website on http://sangiljanasc.com/2015/09/swimmingwaterpolo-sessions-for-kids-born-in-2003-and-after/
Basic fees are by far the most reasonable rates among similar programs that are on offer for this season.
San Giljan ASC are pleased to announce the signing of a collaboration agreement with SW Elite. SW Elite is a well established swimming club which also incorporates Swimming Workshop who organize “learn to swim lessons” from the age of 2 upwards.
SW Elite club swimmers will be competing in all national and international swim events as San Giljan SW Elite. This is a great opportunity for both clubs to use their resources and expertise in order to expand both in the water polo and swimming environment.
We look forward to this agreement and for the San Giljan flag to be held up high during future swimming competitions.
For more information: http://www.swimmingworkshop.com/
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The President and Committee of San Giljan Aquatic Sports Club are proud to announce the new main sponsor of the club for the 2017 season; TUM INVEST GROUP. Following negotiations between Matthew Fenech of TUM Invest and Club Committee Member Chris Gherxi, the two parties put pen to paper this morning to seal the sponsorship to crystallise long years of esteem and friendship. Read More…
The Under 15 squad is off to Novi Sad in Serbia for a training camp. Our U15 players are travelling to Novi Sad with Coach Filip Pesic for a long week of training and games. Indeed another milestone for the Club’s junior sector.
(3-1, 1-1, 0-2, 4-2)
San Ġiljan retained the winter title, their third in this competition, when yesterday they beat Sliema 8-6 in a very tight contest which was resolved in the last session.In those latter stages of the match, the Saints rediscovered their bearing to keep their fighting opponents at bay. The Blues had fought gallantly to twice recover from early two-goal deficits in a hard-fought duel which had 17 expulsions, the Saints netting once from ten man-ups and Sliema doing likewise from seven similar occasions. There was little in it even if San Ġiljan had a better start when leading 3-1 and 4-2 in the opening two quarters. Sliema fought back to draw level at 4-4 in the third session and 5-5 midway through the final quarter. Read More…
(4-2, 1-4, 2-3, 1-3)
Sliema: R. Coleiro, J. Gabaretta, E. Aquilina 1, C. Cluett, G. Molina 2, K. Dowling, M. Spiteri Staines 1, L. Galea, J. Gambin, M. Meli, Z. Mizzi 3, N. Bugelli 1, Z. Sciberras.
San Ġiljan: J. Tanti, P. Borg, A. Galea 2, T. Said, J. Galea, M. Zammit 2, B. Plumpton 4, D. Zammit, A. Ivovic 2, A. Cousin, P. Fava, D. Zammit 2, T. Micallef.
Referees: Massimo Angileri, Francesco Romolini.
San Ġiljan Tum Invest beat Sliema Frank Salt 12-8 while Sirens and Exiles JetFreight shared 12 goals and the spoils during yesterday’s BOV Premier League matches . The Saints registered their second massive league victory in three days when powering their way to what can be regarded as a comprehensive victory. Read More…
S. Giljan TUM Invest 9
(1-3), (2-3), (3-2), (1-1)
A strong signal by San Giljan Tum Invest as they won the second honour of the year, with a deserved win against Neptunes Leo Vegas. San Giljan had already won the winter league. Marko Orlovic’s team held the initiative for most of the game and they were a step ahead of their opponents. Aleksandar Ivovic had a positive debut for San Giljan, scoring a hat-trick and leading the team in the pitch. Read More…
Under 11s left for Italy to participate in what is considered the top international waterpolo competition for kids. They were drawn to play in Group 15 along American side Newport and Italian teams Trieste, Bergamo and Andrea Doria.
The tournament will be played in North East Italy in Lignano Sabbiadoro. The 10th edition of the most important youth waterpolo event in the world includes 132 teams, an absolute record in HaBaWaBa history. More than 1.500 little athletes, boys and girls, are present in the Villaggio Ge.tur, that is transforming into a true waterpolo town. Read More…
SLIEMA FRANK SALT………..4
(2-1), (2-1), (5-1), (3-1)
The prediction before the game was that if San Ġiljan were to win this game, the title race would be over despite the fact that the league is not midway through yet. This game showed that if they aren’t mathematically Champions, San Ġiljan confirmed that they had the potential to be the winners, with a brilliant display that gave Sliema no chance in the game. Read More…
(2-6), (1-4), (0-1), (1-3)
San Ġiljan Tum Invest gave a strong indication of their potential as they humiliated champions Neptunes Leo Vegas by beating them with a ten-goal margin. They managed to open up a nine point gap over the Champions, putting them with a very strong chance of winning the title although there are nearly two rounds of matches still to go. Read More…
The saints dominated the waterpolo season this summer, notching win after win to seal their overall victory with three games to spare.
San Giljan have a 12-point advantage over Neptunes.
The saints have also won the winter league and President’s Cup earlier in the year. Read More…
SLIEMA FRANK SALT………….7
(3-2), (4-0), (2-2), (3-3)
San Ġiljan Tum Invest capped off a perfect season winning also the BOV knock-out defeating Sliema Frank Salt 12-7. It was a resounding win for the champions who finished the season by winning all their 25 games, winning all competitions, and cementing their place as one of the best ever teams.
Sliema were only in the game during the first period as they took the lead from Jerome Gabarretta, and after Aleksandar Ivovic put San Ġiljan in front with two well-taken goals, Guillermo Molina equalised from penalty. But Aurelien Cousin finished a wonderful action to give his team a one-goal advantage at the end of the first session.
That advantage was consolidated in the second session, as like in the previous games, San Ġiljan dominated the second period, scoring four consecutive goals from four different players to finish the session 7-2 in front.
San Ġiljan were already in the driving seat and their job was only to control the game. They scored twice from Aleksandar Ivovic and Andreas Galea but Sliema managed to react in both occasions, to at least limit the damage.
The champions elevated their level again in the last session, scoring three times from Aurelien Cousin, Ben Plumpton and Aleksandar Ivovic to make the score 12-4. Sliema scored three late goals to make the score more respectable.
San Ġiljan captain Matthew Zammit received the trophy from the BOV Chief Officer Anthony Scicluna in the presence of the ASA President Joe Caruana Curran, as San Ġiljan celebrated yet another trophy. Read More…
They won all four waterpolo competitions, starting off with the winter league, going on to take home the President’s Cup and then completing a memorable season by winning the summer league and the knock-out.
It is the second time in waterpolo history that a club won all four titles available in this sport. Sliema had made it in 1998.
But there’s a difference. San Giljan won all four competitions without a defeat and without even conceding a draw. It was 25 wins from 25 games for the club, a feat that was never achieved before and which cannot be beaten. It can only be matched.
When Sliema won all titles in 1998, they had also played 25 games. But during the course of the season they lost twice and were held to a draw on another occasion.
San Giljan won all their matches, dominating the season right from the start so much so that the summer league was wrapped up in the first week of August, very early in the campaign and with three games to spare.
San Giljan bagged all 45 points at their disposition, winning the competition with a staggering 17-point advantage over runners-up Neptunes. In all, Malta’s top two-winning teams, Sliema and Neptunes, picked up 47 points between them, just two more than San Giljan.
The saints scored 198 goals, nearly doubling the number of goals conceded, 101, ending with an overwhelming 13.2 goals scored per game on average against 6.7. Read More…