Which teams qualify from quarterfinals to Final 4?

Baltic Handball League

  • 2019.03.11 12:43

    Cocks and ZTR joined SKA in the Final Four

    After the most fascinating regular season of recent years, it was surprising how one-sided some of the quarter-finals of 2018/19 Baltic Handball League turned out to be. ZTR Zaporozhye and title-defender Cocks Riihimäki marched to the final tournament with some relatively easy wins. The last participant of the Final Four will be decided next Saturday.

  • 2019.03.07 13:39

    Thrilling quarter-final matches coming this week

    Two more participants of this season's Final Four of the Baltic Handball League – to join regular season winner SKA Minsk – will be clear by Sunday evening, as five of the six quarter-final matches will take place over three days. Arguably the most intriguing clash will take place between last year's finalists Serviti Põlva and Cocks Riihimäki.

  • 2019.02.25 15:25

    SKA Minsk qualifies to Final Four, last year's finalists meet in quarter-final

    Baltic Handball League's final weekend of the regular season delivered as it promised – fascinating matches with some big wins, one-goal victories and surprises as well. SKA Minsk emerged as the biggest winner of the weekend, moving on top of Group A and qualifying directly to the Final Four, to be held in April.

  • 2019.02.22 10:33

    Final weekend of regular season promises fascinating matches

    Regular season of 2018/19 Baltic Handball League will end in the coming weekend and what a final two days we will have in the competition. SKA Minsk and ZTR Zaporozhye will go head-to-head in Minsk to determine the direct qualifier for the Final Four, while other three places in Group A are all still unclear. In Group B there is a three-horse race for two places.

  • 2019.02.18 15:59

    Title-holder returns with just a point from their trip to the East

    Two postponed matches were played last week in Baltic Handball League, as Cocks Riihimäki visited the Eastern-most clubs of the BHL. The title-holder returns with just a point, having lost to SKA Minsk and playing a draw against ZTR Zaporozhye.

  • 2019.02.11 14:14

    Cocks started their four-match away run with win and defeat

    Last week the current champion of Baltic Handball League, Cocks Riihimäki started to catch up with the rest of the teams in Group A and played two of their four postponed matches. Serviti Põlva surprisingly delivered Cocks their third defeat of the season before the Finns beat Dragunas Klaipeda away.

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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