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Peugeot League Standings
 1. Hibernians 9-1 
 2. CAFFE' MOAK 9-1 
 3. Depiro 5-5 
 4. Athleta 5-5 
 5. Starlites 2-8 
 6. Floriana 0-10 
Points Per Game
 Amelia Simmons28.67 
 Siarre Evans19.67 
 Christina Grima19.50 
 Steffi De Martino16.25 
 Samantha Bricat15.67 
Rebounds Per Game
 Siarre Evans19.00 
 Amelia Simmons17.33 
 Sam Brincat11.00 
 Christina Grima9.50 
 Leanne Sciberras7.33 
Assists Per Game
 Emma Moore4.00 
 Silvia Gambino4.00 
 Steffi De Martino3.75 
 Christina Grima3.50 
 Leanne Sciberras2.67 
Steals Per Game
 Christina Grima5.00 
 Leanne Sciberras3.67 
 Steffi De Martino2.75 
 Emma Moore2.67 
 Amelia Simmons2.33 

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Luxol girls thump Mtarfa and reach 100-point mark - Feb 22, 2011

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Kaila Agius
With all mens competitions still on hold, attention last weekend again focused mainly on the Womens League.

This competition is nearing the end of the first phase and with only two rounds left, Luxol, Depiro McDonalds and Hibs Medsea have already qualified for the Championship Pool.

Joint-leaders Luxol chalked up the first century in the championship this season when they thrashed bottom-placed Guzel Pinar Mtarfa 100-43.

Luxol showed their intentions right from the start as they led 23-8 at the end of the first quarter.

Mtarfa improved but their efforts were still not good enough to stop Luxol from opening a 50-30 lead at the interval.

Luxol kept up the scoring ratio in the next two quarters, going on to reach the 100-mark in the very closing minute of the match.

Depiro are also on the 23-point mark. They were never troubled by Starlites Sports Experience last weekend to keep up with Luxol.

A 22-point run saw Depiro opening a 24-2 lead which was extended to 37-10 at half-time.

Depiro continued to dictate matters for a sound 73-20 victory.

Reigning champions Hibs are one point behind leading duo Luxol and Depiro. They struggled to impose their superiority in their match against St Andrews who tied the score at 20-all at half-time.

Hibs shifted to attack mode after the interval. They regained the upperhand and dominated the third quarter, which they won 16-3.

That breakthrough paved the way for a 50-35 victory.

In a mid-table clash, Athleta beat Loyola 50-41. As expected, this was a balanced match all the way. In fact, at half-time, the score was 24-all.

Athleta had the better start after the interval as they led 32-26 but Loyola hit back to reduce the deficit to three points, 34-31, for the last ten minutes.

Loyola sorely missed the absence of their best player Christine Grima and, in the end, they were unable to deny Athleta from a hard-earned victory.

Standings: Depiro 23 (11-1), Luxol 23 (11-1), Hibs 22 (10-2), Athleta 18 (6-6), Loyola 17 (5-7), St Andrews 15 (3-9), Starlites 14 (2-10), Mtarfa 12 (0-12).

Top-scorers: Kaila Agius (183-C-84) (Depiro) 219, Lucienne Bezzina (174-F-79) (Hibs) 191, Leanne Sciberras (189-F-90) (Athleta) 190.

Friday: BOV KO SFs 18.15 Hibs vs Athleta, 19.45 Depiro vs Luxol.

Sunday: Detur Super Cup 14.30 Hibs vs Luxol.
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Success for Caffe Moak Luxol in the Super Cup 2016 - 21 days ago

Hibernians 49 Caffe Moak Luxol 50 (12-12) (9-17) (18-6) (10-15) Sarah Pace netted the winning basket in the last seconds to give Caffe Moak Luxol their second honor this season as they won the St. James Hospital Super Cup against Hibernians. Luxol opened with a 10-0 run however Hibs replied with points by Trudy Armstead to level the score 12-12. Luxol went in front again after consecutive points from Lindsay Lessard (183-F) as they opened an eight point lead at half-time 29-21. In the th...   [read more]

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