Swieqi Instacoins Phoenix won the Louis Borg Cup final after winning 42-28 against La Salle Karettun.
The first half was a rather balanced encounter with La Salle Karettun playing well for long stretches and Swieqi Instacoins Phoenix gaining a four-goal margin in the final minutes.
The second half was a different story with Swieqi in complete control of the match from the very start to ensure a comfortable win at the end.
Janko Radivojevic, of Swieqi Instacoins Phoenix, was the top scorer of the match with 17 goals.
Chris Magro netted 8 goals for La Salle Karettun.
At the end of the match, Paul Zammit, president of the Malta Handball Association, presented the Louis Borg Cup to Swieqi Instacoins Phoenix captain Clinton Mifsud.
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