Venue: “Krume Kepeski” hall in Skopje. Referees: Aleksandar Vukashinovski and Mirko Trajkovski.Delegate: Cane Kurtovic
HC DRACHEVO: Hristov, Dabevski 4, Ristovski, Dimovski 2, Bozinov, Dimov 2, Stojanov 4, Petkovski 5, Stojanovski, Angelovski, Andovski, Angelkovski 4, Badarevski, Veljanoski, Duka 10
Seven-meter throws: 1/1 Suspensions: 10 min.

HC MULTI ESENS: Shtakovski, Dimevski 7, Grujevski, Dimitrievski1, D. Uzunchev 12, Trichkovski 5 Omeragic 1, Velkov, Ermanoski, Mladenovski, T. Uzunchev, Jordanov 3, Karasmanakis 2, Kostovski 3, Georgievski
Seven-meter throws: 8/10 Suspensions: 12 min.

In a game against HC Drachevo, HC Multi Esens recorded a 34-31 away win, bringing their total wins to13 out of 13 completed rounds. With 39 points, they now have an 11-point advantage over their rivals, with five matches left in the season. The game, held at the “Krume Kepeski” hall in Skopje, saw the home team in the lead throughout the first half, at times with a six-goal difference (13-7).

However, HC Multi Esens showed character, increased their rhythm, and went on a 5-0 run, reducing the score to 12- 13 and putting pressure on the home team. At halftime, the score was tied at 15-15. At the start of the second half, Branko Angelovski led boys, obviously refreshed, took a 17-15 lead and continued to increase the pressure, reaching a 26-20, 27-21 lead.

Despite the home team’s attempt to return to the game and reducing the difference to minus two goals with five minutes to go, HC Multi Esens kept their cool and did not allow a result drama. The win marks a significant step towards the Superliga for HC Multi Esens, following their victory over HC Aerodrom in the last round.



HC ALKALOID – GHC OHRID 31-23 (15-10) 

Venue: “Avtokomanda” hall in Skopje. Referees: Spasko Kjaev and Gligor Kjaev. Delegate: Cane Kurtovic. 

HC ALKALOID: Galevski, Trajkoski, Petrov, Markoski 2, Stojkov 2, Serafimov 6, Stojkovic 2, M. Mitev 2, Gjorgiev 4, Simonoski 4, Omeragic, Todeski, Kofiloski 4, Petkovski, D. Mitev 3, Savrevski 3 

Seven-meter throws: 5/5 Suspensions: 8 min. 

GHC OHRID: Milenkovic, Rechkoski, K. Andonovski, Cejovic, Rustamov 6, Drogrishki 1, Tsintsadze, D. Andonovski 2, Vasilevski, Risteski, Taseski 4, Sheshic 2, Karakoc 2, Bojanic 1, Cirar 5 

Seven-meter throws: 3/5 Suspensions: 8 min. 

HC Alkaloid secured its place in the European League for the next Euro season by defeating GHC Ohrid in the round derby with a 31-23 (15-10) victory. The win gives HC Alkaloid a 15-point advantage over the fourth-ranked team after 11 rounds, securing the third-place ranking. 

In the match, coach Kiril Lazarov gave younger players a chance to start, and 18-year-old goalkeeper Ivan Galevski had an outstanding performance with a double-digit number of saves, including saving penalties and challenging shots.  

Galevski was the starter who led HC Alkaloid, as the team scored six consecutive goals to take an 8-2 lead after an opening 2-2 in the first ten minutes. It proved to be a crucial period for the match’s final outcome. 

The visiting team attempted to make a comeback by scoring three goals in a row after trailing 2-8, narrowing the deficit to 5-8. However, our team regained control and played with a three-goal advantage for a few minutes before extending the lead to five goals (12-7). The first half ended with our team leading 15-10. 

In the second half, the game unfolded similarly to the first half. Our team took an early lead of 18-12, but the visiting team responded with a 3-0 run to narrow the score to 15-18 before our defense halted their momentum. From there, the game played out calmly without any major scoring runs. Ultimately, HC Alkaloid emerged victorious with a margin of eight goals (31-23). 

This match was HC Alkaloid’s second-to-last home game of the season. We will host HC Butel Skopje in the upcoming round, followed by a match against HC E. Pelister 2 at the “Avtokomanda” hall. The season will conclude with an away game against HC Vardar 1961. 



HC T. PROLET – HC ALKALOID 22-28 (11-14) 

Venue: “Makedonsko Sonce” hall in Skopje. Referees: Rubin Sedloski and Goran Angeleski. Delegate: Kamer Metalari 

HC T. PROLET: Petkovski, Vasilevski 6, Pecakovski 4, Dodevski, Dimov 2, Andonovski 4, Majnov, Dimkovski 2, Krsteski 2, Stojanovski 1, Fichorski, Janchev, Mihaljevic, Palevski, Spasovski 1 

Seven-meter throws: 4/5 Suspensions: 8 min. 

HC ALKALOID: Galevski, Trajkoski, Petrov 2, Markoski 1, Stojkov 5, Mladenovic, Serafimov 3, Stojkovic, M. Mitev 3, Gjorgiev 5, Simonoski, Omeragic 1, Kofiloski 1, Petkovski 1, D. Mitev 2, Savrevski 4 

Seven-meter throws: 3/4 Suspensions: 2 min. 

HC Alkaloid secured their seventh win in the playoff championship with a 28-22 away victory against HC Tinex Prolet.   

After falling behind 2-1 early in the game, our team took control and led 4-2, 7-4, and 10-6. Coach Kiril Lazarov gave more playing time to non-starters, including goalkeeper Ivan Galevski, defenders Damjan Mitev, David Savrevski, and Edvin Omeragic, point guard Marko Stojkovic, and winger Aleksandar Stojkov, who all took advantage of the opportunity. Despite the home team’s attempts to close the gap, HC Alkaloid maintained a three-to-four goal lead throughout the first half, which ended 14-11 in our favour.  

In the second half, our team built a four-goal lead (16-12), but HC T. Prolet managed to tie the game at 20-20 before HC Alkaloid regained control, scoring eight goals while only conceding two to finish with a final score of 28-22. 

Before the match, HC T. Prolet’s management presented a thank-you card to our handball player Ivan Dzonov, who transferred from HC T. Prolet to our club during the winter transfer period. With this victory, HC Alkaloid now has 24 points, 12 more than GHC Ohrid, whom we will face on Friday at “Avtokomanda”. 



Venue: “Avtokomanda” hall in Skopje. Referees: Gjorge Vasilevski and Blaze Mihajlov. Delegate: Mamer
HC MULTI ESENS: Shtakovski, Grujevski, D. Uzunchev 8, Trichkovski 1, Omeragic 4, Velkov, Ermanoski,
Mladenovski, T. Uzunchev 1, Prodanovski, Jordanov 9, Karasmanakis 4, Kostovski, Georgievski, Ivanov 1,
Seven-meter throws: 4/5 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC AERODROM: Bogdanovski, Kizic, Pajkoski 4, Buchukovski 3, Boskovski 3, Mirevski 4, Kostov 2,
Petrovski, Tanevski, Oltovski 2, Stojanovski, Trifunovski 4, Nedanoski, Vasilev, Anakievski, Petreski 3
Seven-meter throws: 1/1 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC MULTI ESENS maintained their perfect record of 12 wins out of 12 matches, securing a valuable
victory over their direct rival, HC Aerodrom, in the battle for entry into the Superliga.
The match between HC MULTI ESENS and HC Aerodrom was interesting and exciting. Both teams are
among the favourites to enter the Superliga, and this match confirmed their potential to compete in the
strongest competition and bring new moments to Macedonian handball, given their proficiency in
playing fast handball.

After an initial lead of 4-2 for HC MULTI ESENS, the visitors took the lead with a 4-0 run. However, led by
Oleg Jordanov, HC MULTI ESENS players quickly responded and regained the lead with a three-goal
difference (11-8).
At halftime, HC MULTI ESENS led 14-12, and in the second half, they extended their lead to plus three
(17-14), followed by a tie at 18-18 and then a crucial run to take a 22-19 lead. They then held a 24-21
advantage in the 49th minute of the match.

However, the visiting team managed to equalize again at 25-25 in the 56th minute of the match. HC
MULTI ESENS coach Branislav Angelovski called for a timeout, and then Omeragic and Trichkovski scored
to regain the lead.
The decisive moment in the finish was a defensive play by Gjorgi Ermanoski with a minute and a half
remaining and the score at 27-26, followed by a goal from Dimitar Uzunchev. This helped HC MULTI
ESENS preserve their lead and secure three new points.



Venue: “Avtokomanda” hall in Skopje. Judges: Sasho Krkachev and Djoko Kolevski. Delegate: Aco
HC ALKALOID: Trajkovski, Galevski, Petrov 1, Markoski, Mladenovic 3, Serafimov 4, Stojkovic, Mitev 5,
Gjorgiev 3, Ivanoski, Simonoski 5, Omeragic, Todeski, Kofiloski 3, Petkovski 3, Savrevski
Seven-meter throws: 5/8 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC EUROFARM PELISTER: Lejsak, Kizic, Ojleski 1, Kisum, Tankoski, Radovic 1, Hosni 6, Kosteski 2, Wilson,
Kukoski, Petar Anatasijevic, Vasiljev 6, Susi 1, Pavle Atanasijevic 2, Heneberg 6, Peshevski 3
Seven-meter throws: 3/5 Suspensions: 8 min.

HC Alkaloid played a thrilling and intense match with an uncertain winner until the final seconds.
Despite our efforts, luck was not on our side, and with a goal scored in the last ten seconds, the match
ended with a close 27-28 result.

The first half was played at a fast pace, with both teams displaying good transitions and effective
attacks. The visiting team, led by Tunisian player Usama Hosni, maintained their attack, while HC
Alkaloid found solutions through Dario Kofiloski and Mihajlo Mladenovic. The team from Bitola held a
slight advantage until the score was tied at 7-7, after which HC Alkaloid took the lead.
Our team quickly extended their lead to two goals (10-8, 11-9, 13-11). The guests equalized at 13-13,

and at halftime, the score was 15-16.
In the second half, both teams played with a similar rhythm. The guests had the advantage in the first
phase of the half, but HC Alkaloid equalized at 24-24, and from there on, it was a goal-for-goal battle
until the last attack. Our team had a tie and attack at the last minute but failed to capitalize on it. With
ten seconds left on the clock, the guests scored the winning goal, which proved to be the match’s
decisive moment, with a final score of 27-28.



HC ALKALOID – GHC TIKVES 29-26 (17-13)

Venue: “Avtokomanda” hall in Skopje. Referees: Dimitar Mitrevski and Blagojce Todorovski. Delegate:
Dragan Nachevski
HC ALKALOID: Trajkovski, Galevski, Petrov 2, Markoski 1, Stojkov 6, Mladenovic 2, Serafimov 7, Ilieski,
Stojkovic 1, Gjorgiev 2, Simonoski 1, Omeragic, Kofiloski 3, Petkovski, D. Mitev 2, Savrevski 2
Seven-meter throws: 3/3, Suspensions: 10 min.

GHC TIKVES: Braunovic, Stojanovski, Anastasovski 3, Postolov, Temelkoski, Velkov, Sokolov, Stefanovic 5,
Dimovski 2, Kondev 2, Okardov, Shuleski, Kocev 1, Simic 5, Hamzic 7, Petrovic 1
Seven-meter throws: 2/3, Suspensions: 6 min.

The “Avtokomanda” hall was the venue for HC Alkaloid’s latest triumph against GHC Tikvesh (29-26). The
team’s solid performance saw them achieve their sixth consecutive win in the Superliga playoffs.

As is typical of derby matches, this game required a patient and defensive approach, and HC Alkaloid
delivered on both counts. Goalkeepers played a crucial role in the early stages of the game. The visitors
had a 2-0 lead. Thanks to goalkeeper Blagojche Trajkovski’s saves, the team gained the confidence to
take the lead. Aleksandar Stojkov’s skilful wing play also proved vital as HC Alkaloid quickly equalized
and built a 6-4 lead within ten minutes of the game. Our team maintained their advantage by punishing
their opponent’s mistakes, allowing them to finish the first half with a commanding four-goal lead (17-

In the second half, HC Alkaloid continued to dominate the game with a solid defence, successfully
blocking opposing shots and cutting off their drives. The team consistently maintained a four- to six-goal
lead, enabling coach Kiril Lazarov to rotate players and provide opportunities for younger members,
such as 17-year-old defender Damjan Mitev and goalkeeper Ivan Galevski, to gain valuable experience.
Although GHC Tikves attempted a comeback, reducing the gap to just three goals by the end of the
match, the result was never in doubt.
The team’s next challenge will be against HC E. Pelister at the “Avtokomanda” hall.