The Sharjah men’s team was crowned champion of the General Handball League for the seventh time in a row, after its victory, today, Saturday, against its guest, Al-Jazira, by a difference of two goals, with a score (32-30), in a match that brought them together in the seventh and final round of the final round of the tournament.
Sharjah added the 17th title historically in the league championship, since winning the title of the first edition of the 1976-1977 season, and the title of “King” came at the end of the final round at the top of the general standings with a total of 23 points, with a difference of two points from Shabab Al-Ahly runner-up with 21 points, and Al-Ain came Third with 17 points
Sharjah also won the Shield of General Excellence, granted by the Football Federation to the club that won the most titles in one season in the various age groups.
The Chairman of the Handball Association, Nabil Ashour, accompanied by the Chairman of the Sharjah Sports Council, Issa Hilal Al-Hazami, a member of the Board of Directors of the Sharjah Club, the head of group games in the club, Muhammad Obaid Al-Hussan, and a number of members of the Board of the Game Association and the Sharjah Club, directed to hand over the Sharjah men’s team the League Cup and the shield of general excellence. .
The start of the match was close between the two teams, before Sharjah managed to gradually move away and finish the first half with a four-goal lead (17-13), in a comfortable difference that allowed the “king” to end the match in his favor (32-30) and win the title.
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