Scottish Handball Association

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Scottish Handball Association
Scottish Handball Logo1.jpg
Type Sports association
Legal status Federation
Purpose Development of Handball as a sport in Scotland
Location
Region served Scotland
Official language English is the official language.
Website Scottish Handball Association

The Scottish Handball Association is the governing body for non-International Handball Federation related matters of team handball in Scotland while the British Handball Association has governance over matters relating to the International Handball Federation.[1][2] The SHA is a member of the European Handball Federation (EHF).[3]

Scottish teams[edit]

Scottish Handball Association is located in Scotland
EK82
EK82
Glasgow
Glasgow
Tryst 77
Tryst 77
Cumbernauld
Cumbernauld
Ayr
Ayr
Liberton
Liberton
Gracemount
Gracemount
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Location of Teams in the Senior Men's Scottish Handball League 2009/10

Scottish National League champions[edit]

Year Men Women
1973/74 EK HC[4] EK HC[4]
1974/75 EK HC[4] EK HC[4]
1975/76 EK HC[4] EK HC[4]
1976/77 EK HC[4] EK HC[4]
1977/78 EK HC/Barrhead Handball Club[4] EK HC[4]
1978/79 EK HC[4] Strathclyde Satellites HC[5]
1979/80 Strathclyde Satellites HC[5]
1980/81 Strathclyde Satellites HC[5]
1981/82 Strathclyde Satellites HC[5]
1982/83 EK82 HC[5] Strathclyde Satellites HC[5]
1983/84 EK82 HC[5] Strathclyde Satellites HC[5]
2000/01 Falkirk
2001/02 Tryst 77 HC
2002/03 Edinburgh Eagles
2003/04 Tryst 77 HC
2004/05 Tryst 77 HC
2005/06 Tryst 77 HC
2006/07 Tryst 77 HC[6] Glasgow HC
2007/08 Tryst 77 HC Glasgow HC
2008 Glasgow HC[7]
2009 Tryst 77 HC[8] Glasgow HC
2009/10 Gracemount HC Glasgow HC
2009/10 Tryst HC Glasgow HC

Scottish National Cup finals[edit]

Full details of past winners and the current seasons fixtures/results can be found at the SHA Cup page.

Scottish League season 2009/10[edit]

The Scottish Handball League Championship Campaign commenced on October 2009. All league games will be played at Blackburn, West Lothian.

This year seven teams from across central Scotland will be taking part in the league campaign, for full details of results and fixtures see the Scottish Handball Season 2009/10 page.

The Scottish Cup Competition will be contested by 7 sides from across Scotland, with Ayr HC being replaced by Glasgow University HC. The 2009/10 season fixtures and results can be view on the SHA Cup page.

League table 2009/10[edit]

Team P W L D G F G A G D Pts
Gracemount HC 12 11 0 1 473 307 166 23
Cumbernauld HC 12 9 3 0 327 261 66 18
Glasgow HC 12 8 3 1 406 318 88 17
Tryst 77 HC 12 6 6 0 337 267 70 12
Liberton HC 12 5 7 0 307 335 -28 10
Ayr HC 12 2 10 0 262 386 -124 4
EK82 HC 12 0 12 0 274 511 -237 0

Scottish national team[edit]

The Scottish National squad have competed in the European Handball Federation Men's Challenge Trophy since 2005, and will enter a team into this year's tournament at the end of October 2009.[9]

EHF Challenge Trophy[edit]

The Challenge Trophy is an International Handball Tournament held by the EHF for developing Handball Nations.

2005 EHF Men's Challenge Trophy[edit]

The 2005 tournament[10] was held in Dublin, Ireland. Scotland finished in a respectable third place beating England in the play-offs.[11]

Group stages[edit]

Scotland's fixtures were as follows:

Home Team Away Team Score
Moldova Scotland 30:14[12]
Scotland Azerbaijan 16:27[13]
Scotland Malta 16:12[14]
England Scotland 20:17[15]
Ireland Scotland 21:24[16]

Group table[edit]

The final standings after all group matches were completed was as follows[10]

Team P W D L F A GD Pts
Moldova 5 5 0 0 185 82 103 10
Azerbaijan 5 4 0 1 156 82 74 8
England 5 2 0 3 98 121 -23 4
Scotland 5 2 0 3 87 110 -23 4
Malta 5 2 0 3 90 133 -43 4
Ireland 5 0 0 5 85 173 -88 0

Third and fourth place play-off[edit]

Home Team Away Team Score
England Scotland 18:24[11]

Final standings[edit]

Team
1st Moldova
2nd Azerbaijan
3rd Scotland
4th England
5th Malta
6th Ireland

2007 EHF Men's Challenge Trophy[edit]

The 2007 Challenge Trophy[17] took on a different format. There were 2 groups this time around, one with 4 teams with the group matches taking place in Georgia, and the other with 6 teams and the group matches taking place in Luxembourg. The winner of the two groups then faced each other in the Final,[18] in Drammen, Norway.

Scotland were drawn in Group L, and played their matches in Luxembourg.

Group L[edit]

Scotland's fixtures were as follows:

Home Team Away Team Score
Scotland England 20:31[19]
Malta Scotland 20:21[20]
Faroe Islands Scotland 58:19[21]
Scotland Luxembourg 24:37[22]
Scotland Ireland 23:27[23]

Group L table[edit]

The final standings after all group matches were completed was as follows[17]

Team P W D L F A GD Pts
Luxembourg 5 5 0 0 199 95 104 10
Faroe Islands 5 4 0 1 201 106 95 8
England 5 3 0 2 107 132 -25 6
Ireland 5 1 1 3 112 168 -56 3
Scotland 5 1 0 4 107 173 -66 2
Malta 5 0 1 4 93 145 -52 1

2009 EHF Men's Challenge Trophy[edit]

Scotland will again compete in the EHF Men's Challenge Trophy with the group phase taking place between 30 October and the 1st November 2009. This year's tournament consists of two groups, Group G1 being based in Moldova and Group G2 based in Malta, of 4 teams playing each other once in a round robin format with the winners of the group stages facing each other in the Final to be held in Linz, Austria.[24]

Group G2[edit]

Scotland's fixtures were as follows:

Home Team Away Team Score
Scotland Finland 14:38[25]
Malta Scotland 34:21[26]
Ireland Scotland 35:29[27]

Group G2 table[edit]

Team P W D L F A GD Pts
Finland 3 3 0 0 113 53 60 6
Malta 3 2 0 1 90 78 12 4
Ireland 3 1 0 2 74 103 -29 2
Scotland 3 0 0 3 64 107 -43 0

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "National Federation / GBR (for IHF Matters only)". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 2009-04-18. 
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  17. ^ a b "European Handball Federation - 2007 Men's Challenge Trophy / Main Round". Eurohandball.com. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
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  21. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2007 Men's Challenge Trophy / Match Details". Eurohandball.com. 2007-10-26. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  22. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2007 Men's Challenge Trophy / Match Details". Eurohandball.com. 2007-10-27. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  23. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2007 Men's Challenge Trophy / Match Details". Eurohandball.com. 2007-10-28. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  24. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2009 IHF/EHF Men’s Challenge Trophy / Article". Eurohandball.com. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  25. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2009 Men's Challenge Trophy / Match Details". Eurohandball.com. 2009-10-30. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  26. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2009 Men's Challenge Trophy / Match Details". Eurohandball.com. 2009-10-31. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  27. ^ "European Handball Federation - 2009 Men's Challenge Trophy / Match Details". Eurohandball.com. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 

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