Thrilling Finish: Warriors Triumph in Kuwait Men’s Ice Hockey League Finals

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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 18: The Warriors team clinched the championship title of the Kuwaiti Men’s Ice Hockey League for the 2023-2024 sports season, marking their inaugural triumph with a resounding victory over their rivals, the Stars, by a scoreline of 10-5, relegating the latter to second place. The league’s showdown, organized by the Winter Games Club, spanned 20 intense rounds, featuring six formidable teams from both divisions. While the matches were closely contested, the victorious Warriors managed to seal their fate decisively in the latter stages of the competition.

Bahrain’s team secured the third-place spot after triumphing over Mosads in the ranking match with a score of 10-7, capping off a competitive season filled with thrilling matchups. Sheikh Mubarak Faisal Al-Nawaf Al-Sabah, Vice President of the Kuwait Olympic Committee, commended the club’s efforts, emphasizing the significance of supporting winter sports initiatives alongside their summer counterparts. He lauded the exceptional talent displayed by Kuwaiti athletes in ice hockey, stressing the importance of fostering their development to achieve excellence on the international stage.

Bashar Abdullah, Deputy Director General of the Public Authority for Sports, echoed Sheikh Mubarak’s sentiments, highlighting the strides made by the Winter Games Club in enhancing the caliber of winter sports in Kuwait. He underscored the Authority’s commitment to backing successful sports federations and clubs in nurturing Kuwaiti talent and facilitating their participation in prestigious tournaments abroad. Looking ahead, Fuhaid Al-Ajmi, President of the Winter Games Club, outlined plans to bolster Kuwait’s national team for the upcoming World Championship, underscoring their dedication to ensuring its successful organization. Captain Abdullah Al-Maraghi of the Warriors team expressed elation at their title triumph, noting the fierce competition and fast-paced matches that will undoubtedly serve as valuable preparation for the impending world championship.

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