San Giljan Crystal Finance Investments won the Under 15 league after beating Sirens 9-4 in the final league match at Sirens Pitch. This success was a deserved one as the Giljanizi led by coaches and ex-players Club Claudio Spiteri de Barro and Mario Zammit managed to win the league unbeaten.
Waterpolo and swimming sessions will be held at the National Pool, Tal-Qroqq starting 15th September. Waterpolo sessions will be on a Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Times will be confirmed as soon as these are issued by the National Pool Management.
Moreover, kids are being encouraged to attend swimming sessions (swimming being key to waterpolo) 3 times a week. These sessions are scheduled on weekdays from 5-6pm.
Time to enjoy the Glory!
The Committee is informing that only Club Members are entitled to make use of the lido Facilities including sunbeds, showers, tables and chairs. Non-Members are welcome to dine and make use of the lido’s catering facilities. Day memberships for the lido are also available. Kindly note that the membership fee has remained the same and is still the most reasonable in the whole area, still being 100 Euro for families and 60 Euros for an individual membership. Special membership rates apply for senior citizens and youths. More details in this regard may be obtained from Club Officials and by email from firstname.lastname@example.org. Members besides being entitled to make use of the lido facilities also benefit from discounts from the lido’s catering facilities. A special area has also been designated for the exclusive use of Members. Cooperation by all Members is greatly appreciated.We wish all of Our Members and Guests a great Summer at our Club!
There were goals a-plenty, with the Saints ahead for most of the match, but Neptunes came back, as is their wont, and forged ahead in the last session, only for San Giljan to regain their lead.
There were seconds left on the clock, when the champions were a man up. Jordan Camilleri tied the score, just eight seconds from time, and everybody was looking at extra time in this final, but San Giljan were not through yet. It was left to the man of the match, the San Giljan Spaniard, Guillermo Molina, to strike lethally, with just over a second remaining, and give the K.O. to the Saints, after an absence of 20 years, and for the eighth time in their history, three times as San Giljan and the first five, starting from back in 1952, as the former Balluta side.