Luxol Handball Club Mourns the loss of Paul Falzon

Paul Falzon Painting

Luxol Handball Club is saddened and grieved by the loss of one of the most influential persons in Maltese sport. In our eyes, Pawlu was a visionary who set several standards in the administration of a club. In the early discussions held between the founding members of Luxol Handball and the administration of Luxol Sports Club, especially Paul himself, we were looking at giving stability and consistency to a group of handball enthusiasts. We are proud that 12 years later, we have continued on the teachings and suggestions given to us by Paul.

The passing of Pawlu will leave us with a responsibility to honour him every single training and every single game not just with our competitive aspect but also with a thriving attitude towards. While feeling saddened by your loss, we aim to keep your memory alive through the celebration of sport.

Thank you for all you have done for us.

We would like to join the bigger Luxol family in remembering this great person and offer our sincere condolences to all the family.

RIP Pawl!


The boys in purple will be starting their League Campaign this Saturday where at 5pm they will be meeting the Kavallieri boys. The Viola will seek to avenge the last game of the MHA Cup against the same team and will thrive to do their best. In the mean time Luxol Handball Club would like to invite you to not just follow us from the stands but also to participate in our Christmas Party on the 7th January 2020. This party will be held at St Julian’s. For further details kindly drop us an email on or send us a message on facebook.

Luxol Ortopaedic Centre Malta gain their 3rd win in the Men’s MHA Cup

The boys in purple picked up from where they left off last week. Although the performance was not as exciting, the viola managed to keep their cool even after they missed some clear opportunities. Luxol Orthopaedic Centre Malta managed to pull off a win of 29-20 over ETE Valletta. Our coach also had the opportunity to give more match time to our youngsters who played gallantly and gave in their contribution throughout the 60mins. This game also saw the return of Marko Pavlovic between the sticks together with the debut of newcomer Scheo Kaeslin. Different players managed to mark their name on the scoresheet but more than that, the players pulled each other to victory. For full match report, click here.

With only 2 games left for the end of the VIDEOSLOTS Men’s MHA Cup, the Viola will now look forward to next week-end’s game against our neighbours across the street Swieqi Phoenix. Luxol will finish their MHA Cup duties the weekend after against Kavallieri. We look forward to see you joining us from the stands and support our boys…

Forza Viola!! Forza Luxol!!