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Peugeot League Standings
 1. Athleta 9-3 
 2. CAFFE' MOAK 8-3 
 3. Starlites 5-6 
 4. Depiro 4-8 
 5. Hibernians 3-9 
Regular Season Standings
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
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 


Maltese Basketball (Women)

Play-Off bracket4
Next Round Schedule

Game 1 (Semi-Finals)

Athleta 77% Apr.2 Depiro
CAFFE'' MOA 67% Apr.2 Starlites
Preview of 2012-2013 Women's St. James Hospital League Season - Sep 26, 2012

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The 2012-2013 Women's St James Hospital League season is fast approaching upon us. The 2012-2013 season will start off this weekend 29 September 2012 with the St James Hospital Preseason Tournament which will be held at University Gym due to the damage at Ta Qali Basketball Complex. The St. James Hospital Preseason Tournament will start with the Women's League Defending Champions Luxol v Alyssa Ashley LBC 0800 29 September 2012 and will wrap up with the Championship game 30 September 2012 @ 1830. The tournament will allow the fans to see the new imports brought in by each club that has been reported except for Phoenix whom will be without their import whom will report 1 November 2012 as well as the clubs newly acquired transferred players. This preseason tournament will allow fans to see what each of their clubs will have to offer for the rest of the season.

Depiro- Has been very busy during the off season bringing in a very talented import Latisha Belcher 6'2" PF/C whom played her college basketball in the United States at East Tennessee University (NCAA 1) where she was named the A-Sun Defensive Player of the Year. Depiro really strengthen their roster by going out an obtaining some transfers from their rivals such Shooting Guard Beverly Zammit whom was with the defending champions Luxol last season as well as Emma Moore whom spent the 2011-2012 Season with Loyola. Depiro from all reports have gained the most in the off season and may end up being the favorites to win the league championship but time will tell.

Luxol- The defending champions can not be over looked as they have went out and signed a very good import as well Mollie Williams 6'2 F University of Washington (NCAA 1) to boaster their roster for the 2012-2013 season along with their talented Maltese players. Williams is a very versatile Forward that can be a force inside as well as step out and shoot the ball from the three. The defending champions will be looking to 3 peat as the Maltese League Champions in 2013.

Loyola- will be looking to make a run back to the Maltese League Championship game after losing in a deciding 5th game in the last moments to the defending champions Luxol. Loyola went out and acquired a sharp shooting guard Brietta Thomas 511 La Tech (NCAA 1). Thomas comes to Loyola with high praise from her former Coach WNBA Legend and Women's Basketball Hall of Famer Teressa Weatherspoon. Loyola added the talented Thomas to their roster after Christina Grima whom signed to play this season in Italy from reports as well as the loss of Abigail Sciberra whom decided to go study abroad.

Phoenix- Has went out and probably made the biggest splash with adding American to their roster for the 2012-2013 season. Phoenix added Brittaney Thomas a 5'9 guard out of University Pittsburgh (NCAA 1) where in her final season Thomas avg 15ppg in the toughest college basketball conference in the United States. Brittaney played this past season in the WBCBL where she led the nation in scoring at over 24ppg. Phoenix also strengthen their roster with adding Alexis Darmanin from Hibs. Phoenix may be the most improved team within the league after finishing at the bottom of the standings last season with the addition of Brittaney Thomas they could contend for a playoff spot.

Hibs- Hibs has not reported to our sources that they have signed an import player for the 2012-2013 season as of yet. Hibs is looking to improve on their semifinals appearance after finishing 4th in the regular season. Hibs had a very successful season in 2011-2012 after winning both the Maltese Cup and BOV Knock-Out Cup. This may be a tough task t repeat if they decide not to bring a import player in even with their talented Maltese players.

Athleta- is looking to make a playoff run after just missing out on the playoffs after finishing in 5th place during the regular season and only one game behind Hibs for the final playoff push. No reports have been reported to Athleta bringing a import in for the upcoming season as of yet to our sources. Athleta may not have reported an addition of an import but sources are telling us they have added transfers Edwina Vella from Deprio, Justine Xuereb from Depiro, and Marie Claire Cilia from Starlites for the the 2012-2013 season

Starlite- is looking to improve on their 6th place finish from the 2011-2012, this may be a struggle they have not reported to our sources any signings of imports nor any transfers at this time such as the other teams have. All the teams above Starlite has improved their rosters and so has Phoenix whom is the only team to finish below Starlite in the 2011-2012 season with the signing of their star import Brittaney Thomas.


End of the Regular Season: Gzira Athleta take top position - 7 days ago
MAPFRE MSV Life Women League Gzira Athleta 65 Starlites Naxxar 59 (9-11, 12-14, 20-19, 24-15) Gzira Athleta: M. Stefanovic 6, C. Grima 17, B. Beverlee 6, L. Sciberras 11, A. Simmons 19, D. Said Hollier 4, A. Borg 2, J. Schembri, S. Vella, A. Debenay, C. Mifsud Starlites: D. Revol , K. Galea 5, J. Doughty 8, S. Farrugia, K. Pirotta 5, J. Micallef 8, J. Grima 11, P. Arguello 19, E. Magrin, S. Davis 3, A. Lupo Referees: Z. Dobrosavljevic, I. Simic, I. Marjanovic Both sides were assured...   [read more]

The four play-off spots decided - 9 days ago
MAPFRE MSV Life Women League With only one day to go till the end of the regular season, all the four play-off spots are now known after that Hibernians, seeking to keep hoping till their last game versus Depiro, failed in their task to beat Starlites this weekend. What still needs to be decided is the final placing of all the four top teams and the semi final series' sequence. The first match on Wednesday is between Gzira Athleta and Starlites. A win for Gzira Athleta will put them in...   [read more]

Last two play off spots still up for grabs - 16 days ago
MAPFRE MSV Life Women League A lot is yet still to play with two round of games to go to the end of the regular season, although Caffe Moak Luxol and Gzira Athleta are already assured of their playoff spots and will be playing for the top spot when they meet each other this coming Sunday as they are at par in the league direct encounters so far with a respective win in the previous two rounds. On the other hand, Starlites, Depiro and Hibs are tussling for the remaining two semi final sp...   [read more]

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