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Seminar - The Way Forward II 17 th March 2012. Agenda 0845 Registration 0900 Opening and Presentation 1000 Work Shops (1) 1100 Coffee Break 1130 Work.

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1 Seminar - The Way Forward II 17 th March 2012

2 Agenda 0845 Registration 0900 Opening and Presentation 1000 Work Shops (1) 1100 Coffee Break 1130 Work Shops (2) 1230 Lunch 1330 Conclusions

3 Agenda Youth Handball Festival for U-14 National League for U-16 (Boys) FISEC Games 2002 & 2003 Beach Handball Venue and Premises for the Association Reserves League Fund Raising Handball Marathon Statistics Womens Challenge Trophy Courses for referees and coaches Recruitment of new referees (special ref to women) Foreign Player Policy Seminar - The Way Forward Forum Hotel, 25th March 2000

4 a few highlights in maltese handball

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10 Social League (mixed) with 5 teams played on a tennisl court at Uni, followed by National Leagues played at De La Salle College and St. Aloysius College – In 1996 the MHA had 7 registered mens teams with +/-100 players 5 Clubs and +/-400 registered active players – over 34 teams in different categories, all games are played at the KMS USH

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12 Beach Handball Beach Handball was introduced in 1996 at Pretty Bay BBugia There is still much room for improvement but these last years we have seen Beach Handball tournaments organised very professionally at Golden Bay and Pretty Bay BBugia

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17 First National Team Appearance – 1 st Edition of the Mens Challenge Trophy in 1999, in Cyprus Today we have at least 6 national teams: Men Senior (Euro Qualifiers, 2014) Men U-23 (Challenge Trophy, 2011, Malta) Boys U-16/U-17 Women Senior (Europeans 2013) Women U-23 (Challenge Trophy, 2012, Bulgaria) Girls U-16 & U-18 (Interamnia Cup, 2012, Italy)

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19 First Coaching Course – Olympic Solidarity Level 1 in 2000, EHF Lecturer Dr. Wolfgang Pollany. A good number of courses in Foundation, Level 1 and 2 have been organised by the MHA in collaboration with the EHF over the past years. In the coming months the MHA will move on to sign the RINK Convention. A Teaching Handball course in collaboration with the IHF is planned for June 2012 and a Level 1 is also planned for season

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22 Hosting Events Hosting of International Tournaments 2003, 2009 and 2011 Challenge Trophies 2002, 2004 Malta International Tournaments FISEC Games – 1997, 2002, 2004 Two Islands Cup 2008 Hosting of EHF EC in Malta, June 2011

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25 Finance and Development MHA Income: Club Affiliation Fees and Players Registration Fees League Fines and Transfers International Competitions MOC Annual Grants for NT KMS Subsidy on USH and KMS Grants Good Causes Fund Private Sponsorships, Last Sponsorship deal expired (APS Bank) Technical Sponsor: Eurosport Development Aid: 2007 – 2010 EHF SMART (Euro32,000) 2011 – 2014 EHF SMART (Euro34,000) 2011 – 2014 EHF ISP (Euro72,000) 2011 – IHF Development AID (Euro3800) 2012 – IHF Outdoor Handball Court (Euro22000)

26 Seminar Key Areas Administration Competitions Marketing and PR (Media) Development Technical

27 AdministrationCompetitionsMarketing and PRDevelopmentTechnical Group 2Group 4Group 1Group 5Group 3 1st S e s s i o n Club Structure - Senior teams representing a locality Creation of 2nd Division instead of Promo and a separate U-19 League MHA Branding and Marketing Strategies Beach Handball (an extension of MHA leagues) Coaching Development League Champions Fund - to be used in EHF Club Competitions Make U-15 League less competitive / Minimum Age Restriction MHA Website - a one stop shop, and Social Media Club-school links (feeder schools) Coaching Licence MHA Competitions FeesPoaching of players Delayed transmission of high profile international matches on free to air local tv Creating a new handball club New regulation: 16 players fielded / Club Incentive Scheme Group 5Group 1Group 3Group 4Group 2 2nd S e s s i o n Communication: MHA-Club-MHA Player Contracts Coverage of local leagues on local tv / Electronic Score- Sheets MHA Handball CourtReferee Development First Aid course and refresher courses obligatory for all coaches Transfer Window International Handball Tournament (such as Partille Cup) to be staged locally Insurance of Players A systematic approach of recruiting referees Charitable Events Transferred Player Commitment Handball TV Programme on E22 Coaches and/or players may not perform in more than one club National Teams


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