Barbar bags mini handball title

September 11, 20190

?Barbar yesterday (Saturday) were honored as champions of the mini handball championship, part of the ongoing Fourth Mini Olympics.
The sports club were level with Al Ahli in their four-team round robin final round with seven points reach from three matches. However, the former had a better goal difference, which proved decisive.
The tournament, staged at the Bahrain Handball Association gym in Um Al Hasam, got underway on Friday with 11 teams divided into two groups, with each group winners and runners-up reaching in the final round.
Barbar and Al Tadamon qualified from Group ‘A’ while Al Ahli and Tubli progressed from Group ‘B’ into yesterday’s deciding stage.
Yesterday’s mini Olympics programme also included competitions in taekwondo and jiu jitsu. The Bahrain Sports for Disabilities Federation hall in Riffa hosted the taekwondo and jiu jitsu events that were open for boys and girls and each featured 15 weight categories.
In taekwondo, Al Noor School dominated most of the competition in both the primary and intermediate age categories.
Winners of the boys intermediate stage were Mohammed Husain (-33kg, Al Bilad Al Qadeem), Yousif Husain (37-41kg, Othman bin Affan) and Husain Ali (49-53kg, Imam Ali).
Meanwhile, the finals of the boys primary and intermediate stages, in addition to swimming events, are due to take place today at the Bahrain Football Association grounds in Riffa.
In the intermediate stage championship, Group ‘A’ winners Creativity take on the Indian School, while Group ‘C’ Al Naseem face Group ‘A’ winners Kanoo International School in the semi-finals, to be followed by the final match.
The primary championship stage championship semi-finals will see Group ‘A’ winners Hawar face Group ‘B’ champions Budaiya – while Al Hekma, who topped Group ‘C’ – take on Group ‘D’ winners Al Naseem. The winners of these two matches will face off in the gold medal match later today.
Mini Olympics action concludes on March 29 with hockey and athletics events, while the curtain will come down on the Mini Olympics on March 30 when the closing ceremony takes place.
Other results:
Taekwondo:
Primary Boys (23-25kg): 1. Ali Al Hamad (Ahlia); 2. Adam bin Jamal (British); 3. Nooh A. Munem Al Bayan); 1. Muath Anas (Al Mahd); 2. Salem Hasan (Al Noor); 3. Abdulla Jamal (Hassan bin Thabit). 27-30kg: 1. Ali Husain (Aali); 2. Shahin Adnan (French); 3. Kevin Munther (British). 30-33kg: 1. Abdulla Jaffer (Sitra); 2. Yazan Falah (Al Naseem); 3. Mohammed Ahmed (Bader Al Kobra). 33-37kg: 1. Mohammed Anwar (Omar bin Al Khattab); 2. Benjamin (British); 3. Bassil Ayman  (Othma bin Affan). 37-41kg: 1. Husain Ali (NJIS); 2. Ali Mirza Al Raja); 3. Abdulla Hani (New Vision). 41-5kg: 1. Ibrahim Ali (Al Noor); 2. Khalid Al Atawi (Al Falah); 3. Theo Daras (St. Christopher’s). 53+kg: 1. Isa Jaffer (Ibn Al Nafis); 2. Yousef Ayman (Bader Al Kobra); 3. Ahmed Ali (Al Raja).
Primary Girls (21-23kg): 1. Jawaher Luqmani (Al Noor), 2. Daewina Manoj (Indian School); 3. Sama Ahmed (Al Salam). 23-25kg: 1. Fatma Jaffer (Salmabad); 2. Prakruthi Saju (British School); 3. Asya Hasan (Safra). 25-27kg: 1. Elaf Omar (Palms); 2. Um Al Baneen Sadeq (Middle East), 3. Khawla Hassan. 27-29kg: 1. Fatma Mahdi; 2. Yasmine Aqeel (Al Noor); 3. Noora Ahmed (Al Shuwaifat). 33-37kg: 1. Maryam Al Shakhoori (Al Naseem); 2. Sara Ebrahim (Al Noor); 3. Maya Salah (Al Noor). 44kg: 1. Dana Ali (Al Noor); 2. Toolin Baher (Al Noor). 41-44: 1. Amal Al Alawi (Isa Town); 2. Noor A.Hameed (Um Khuolthom); 3. Gathya Mahdi (Al Naseem).

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