Author: Luxol Handball

Luxol Handball Club tend their helping hand

20151230_104223Luxol Handball Club members have recently donated some books, puzzles and clothes to the Ursuline Sisters who are always looking for ways and means to support and help children in need. This is not a onetime venture and both the club and the Sisters are in talks how to develop the relation. The club hopes to see other sporting entities reaching out to those in need.

Meanwhile Luxol Handball Club would like to thank Buddies Pub and Pizzeria who is financially supporting the club throughout this season.

Handball Festival at Luxol Grounds

Last 8th December was a special day for my kids as well as for other children aged between 6 years and 15 year old.

It was about 9am when we arrived at the Luxol Grounds St. Andrews. Coach Daniel Tanti was waiting for us by the gate.  After a couple of minutes the fun began.

First some warming up. Daniel asked the kids to do some ball games, dribbling and other fun games.

Then some team building games by passing ball to each other and racing games.  In the meantime my 1 year old tried to involve himself too and was playing with them too.

Finally the long awaited handball game began.  The children were divided in 2 groups and they were taught the basic handball Rules. They also did some shootings

I must say it really was a busy morning full of activities and fun, which I am sure the kids are looking forward to the next one. Thank You for organising these Open Days.

Sandra Bonello

KIL 98 and Luxol Handball Club together in Erasmus project

Norweigan team KIL 98 chose Luxol Handball Club as their partners for the Erasmus Project Bridging Diversity through Handball. The project is meant to bring 16 year old girls from Norway and Malta together through the game of handball. The Norwegian team visited Malta during the last week of March. During their stay they had cultural visits in Valletta and Mdina, they had the opportunity to participate in team building events with Luxol HC members and the teams together had a couple of training sessions under the guidance of the local club coaches. Coming September, the Maltese girls have the opportunity to visit the Norwegian team where they will have cultural visits and some handball sessions with the team.