SKA League

SKL Week Two

Sunday 2nd October saw the 2nd Division begin! With four matches being played, the results were dominated by the Glasgow clubs. New starts Strathclyde walked away with an 11-5 victory over Edinburgh University 3 and Glasgow 2 completed two convincing wins against Edinburgh University 2 and Dundee 2. The Edinburgh University second team picked up...

The League Commences!

The 2016-17 Scottish Korfball League kicked off in style last Sunday with three exciting Division 1 matches taking place. Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall Sports Centre played host to Glasgow 1, Northern Storm and Saint Andrews University 1. Both Glasgow and Northern Storm split the available points, coming away with a win and a draw. This means Northern...

SKA statement on appeals outcome for protests

As outlined in previous SKA statements, the Scottish Korfball Association engaged a panel of vounteers from across the korfball community to review two indpendent protest decisions raised by Northern Storm and Dundee 1 against Edinburgh City 2 in December 2014.   The appeals panel were provided with statements from each of the clubs involved in...

SKA Statement: Protests

2014/15 League Rules For the 2014/15 season the Scottish Korfball Association AGM instituted a new system for managing team selection and the issue of ‘playing up’ and ‘playing down’. Under the 2014/15 league rules (see SKA Policy Library, League Secretary emails passim.) the previous system of ‘star players’ was revoked, as agreed by majority at...

February 2015 division split & player update

Before the first rounds of the post-split Scottish Korfball Leagues (set out below), some updates on leading player stats after the pre-split fixtures. Scottish Korfball League Division A Edinburgh City 1 Edinburgh Mavericks 1 Edinburgh University 1 Glasgow 1 Scottish Korfball League Division B Dundee 1 Edinburgh Mavericks 2 Northern Storm St Andrews 1 Scottish...
Scotland star joins the Scottish Korfball League

Scotland star joins the Scottish Korfball League

Edinburgh korfball clubs were in competition recently to recruit long-standing Scottish international squad member, Emma Stanley. Stanley is one of the longest serving internationals, joining at the age of 15 in 2007. She was too young to join the initial trip to the Commonwealth Championships in South Africa but has represented Scotland in many competitions,...
Scottish Korfball Leagues: January Update

Scottish Korfball Leagues: January Update

The first rounds of Scottish korfball in 2015 have been played, and as such it is time for an update on the leagues thus far:
League Report: SKL2 07/09/2014 - Glasgow 2 v Dundee 1 v Northern Storm

League Report: SKL2 07/09/2014 – Glasgow 2 v Dundee 1 v Northern Storm

The first weekend of the 2014/15 Scottish Korfball League saw Division 2 kick off with Glasgow 2 hosting Dundee 1 and league entrants Northern Storm in Glasgow. The league opener was Glasgow 2 v Dundee 1, which was a close fought affair between well-matched sides, with Dundee being a bit better at finishing some early...

SKA Calendars – pre-split 2014/15 published

The Scottish Korfball Association are delighted that the Scottish Korfball League 2014/15 is getting going today in Glasgow, as Glasgow 2 meet Dundee 1 and Northern Storm in Bellahouston, Glasgow. As a new initiative for the coming season, the SKA have uploaded the provisional fixture list to a google calendar, which can be found here...
Newest entrants looking to take the league by Storm

Newest entrants looking to take the league by Storm

Scotland Korfball are proud to be supporting the development of Korfball in the North-East of England by welcoming Northern Storm Korfball Club into the SKL for 2014/15. SKA Chair Graham Robertson was delighted to confirm that the SKA will accept Northern Storm into the league for the coming season at the recent AGM: “Over the...
A summary of the Scottish Korfball League, 2012/13

A summary of the Scottish Korfball League, 2012/13

Well, that was a fascinating, and somewhat odd season! Summer predictions were for the university teams to decline somewhat after losing some key players, and for Edinburgh City were expected to improve, for the opposite reason. Dundee were looking to improve and continue their expansion, and no doubt the same could be said for Glasgow...