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BOV Basketball Competitions to Commence Late October
13 Oct 2021

BOV Knockout Fixtures Drawn 

The Bank of Valletta Basketball Leagues 2021-2022 will get under way on the 30th October 2021 and will see the return of spectators to the Malta Basketball Pavilion in Ta’ Qali as well as teams fielding foreign players as we are accustomed to. 

Paul Sultana, President of the Malta Basketball Association and Stefan Abela, Manager, CSR and Community Relations at Bank of Valletta addressed a press conference giving details of the upcoming season and the fixtures of the BOV Knockout Competitions were also drawn during the same event. 

Speaking during the event, the MBA President said, ‘We have seen some very entertaining Basketball in the first competitions of the season, with the teams being very balanced, with high scores, testament to the improvement of the local players and the re-introduction of the foreigners.’ 

‘We are looking forward to this year’s competitions, especially with the return of spectators at the Basketball Pavilion, an element that was sorely missed these past two years,’ said Stefan Abela. ‘As a long-term partner of the Malta Basketball Association, as well as of major sports activities in Malta, we wish good luck to all the teams and will be keen to see who will lift the BOV Knockout Trophies on Freedom Day next year.’ 

The BOV Basketball Knockout Competitions Fixtures as drawn:

First Division Competition

Amateur League Competition

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