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Baltic Handball League

  • 2019.05.27 12:01

    BHL Newsletter: Cocks and Serviti retain domestic titles

    The domestic seasons in the six countries, represented in the Baltic Handball League has come to an end. Last week brought yet another league title for Cocks Riihimäki and Serviti Põlva, while SKA Minsk and ZTR Zaporozhye finished second in the league and the latter also lost the Ukrainian Cup final.

  • 2019.05.20 10:38

    BHL Newsletter: Dragunas remains in Lithuanian throne

    Week by week competitions are coming to an end in six countries of the Baltic Handball League. Last week was a great one for two of this season's BHL Final Four participants – Dragunas Klaipeda successfully defended their Lithuanian league title, while SKA Minsk surprised HC Meshkov Brest in the Belarussian Cup final!

  • 2019.05.13 15:19

    BHL Newsletter: Tenax Dobele crowned as Latvian champions!

    The first club from Baltic Handball League to win a domestic title in 2018/19 season is ZRHK Tenax Dobele! They defended their Latvian title in style, beating fellow BHL-team Celtnieks Riga with three straight victories.

  • 2019.05.06 11:21

    BHL Newsletter: Tenax one win away from title, Tallinn eliminated Kehra

    It's this time of the year, where every game – and even every goal – counts, as play-offs are being played in three Baltic countries and Finland. Last week, there was plenty of drama in Latvian final and a slightly surprising outcome in Estonian semi-final.

  • 2019.04.29 10:53

    BHL Newsletter: Play-off matches in full swing in the Baltics

    While Baltic Handball League's 2018/19 season finished a week ago, the domestic leagues in all six countries involved in BHL are continuing and soon reaching their culmination. Especially in the three Baltic States, the play-off matches last week reached finals in Latvia and semi-final stage in Estonia and Lithuania.

  • 2019.04.21 20:09

    2018/19 BHL champion is Cocks Riihimäki!

    What a Final Four it was to end the 2018/19 season in Baltic Handball League. Three extremely tight matches and the final was no different – Cocks Riihimäki became champions for the fourth consecutive year, beating ZTR Zaporozhye 23:22 (10:11). Bronze-medals went to SKA Minsk, who beat Dragunas Klaipeda 27:26 (13:13).

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BHL Table

Group A

1SKA Minsk10712292:2543815
2Dragunas Klaipeda10613265:2432213
3ZTR Zaporozhye10613280:2453513
4Põlva Serviti10604252:256-412
5Riihimäen Cocks10316270:257137
6HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper100010223:327-1040

Group B

1ZRHK Tenax Dobele10811323:2834017
2VHC Šviesa Vilnius10802292:2583416
3HC Tallinn10514281:273811
4Celtnieks Riga10406279:302-238
5Granitas-Karys Kaunas10316274:26867
6Viljandi HC10019238:303-651