HC PROLET 62 – HC ALKALOID 17:22 (9:10)

Venue: Makedonsko Sonce arena in Skopje. Referees: Dimitar Mitrevski and Blagojche Todorovski. Delegate: Igor Ognenov

HC T. PROLET: A. Petkovski, Stojanovski 1, Totic, Majnov, H. Petkovski, Spasovski, Andonovski 4, Mihaljevic, Palevski 4, Pecakovski, Vasilevski 2, Arsenovski 2, Dimkovski 1, Dimov, Dodevski 3, Krsteski

Seven-meter throws: 4/4 Suspensions: 10 min.

HC ALKALOID: Trajkoski, Galevski, M. Mitev 2, Savrevski, Kofiloski 1, Karasmanakis 2, Djonov 3, Stojkovikj 1, Mladenovikj, Markoski, D. Mitev 1, Velkovski 3, Omeragikj, Serafimov 5, Dimovski 1, Gjorgiev 2,

Seven-meter throws: 1/3 Suspensions: 12 min.

HC Alkaloid kicked off the Super League Playoff with a victory. Today, our team lived up to its frontrunner status, securing points in an away match against HC Prolet 62.

The home team had a stronger start and maintained the lead in the initial twenty minutes of the game.

During the final ten minutes, HC Alkaloid found a better rhythm. The team demonstrated exceptional defense, keeping the opponent scoreless for 11 minutes and securing a 10-9 lead with a 4-0 run. However, they missed several opportunities to extend the lead.

The strong defensive performance by HC Alkaloid kept the opponent from scoring for the initial eight minutes of the second half. During that period, our team built a five-goal advantage (14-9).

Subsequently, HC Alkaloid maintained this lead without any major issues. Although the home team attempted to narrow the gap and create uncertainty, they couldn’t bring the difference below five goals. In a controlled finish, we secured the first points of the spring season.




Venue: Jane Sandanski SC in Skopje. Referees: Nenad Nikolovski and Ismail Metalari. Controller: Cano Kurtovikj.

HC Golden Art: Trajkovski, Hristoski, Onchev 1, Gligorov, Daev 1, Shilegov 3, Jankovski, Goshevski 5, Daskalovski 1, Stojanoski 2, Milanov 1, Trajkov, Milosheski 7, Drpljanin 1, Bardakoski, Gajic 1.

Seven-meter throws: 2/2 Suspensions: 14 min.

HC MULTI ESSENCE: Ermanoski, Dimevski 10, Kostovski 1, Ilieski 4, Nasevski, Uzunchev 2, Petreski 1, Trajchev, Omeragikj, Trajkovski, Ivanoski 6, Todeski, Uzunchev, Trajkovski, Jordanov, Stojcevikj

Seven-meter throws: 1/4 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC Multi Essence secured a victory against Golden Art (24-23) in the initial playout match of the men’s handball Super League, staging a remarkable comeback in the second half. Despite facing a five-goal deficit at halftime, the team demonstrated a committed performance in both offense and defense, clinching a crucial triumph as they embark on the journey to maintain their status in the elite realm of Macedonian handball.

The playout opening match commenced with an equal score. It stood at 4-4, then progressed to 5-5, and subsequently to 7-7. Key contributors to HC Multi Essence’s offensive efforts were Dimitar Uzunchev and Mihail Ivanoski, tallying a combined total of five goals. The turning point occurred after the 15th minute, as Multi Essence lost possession twice in the offence, allowing Golden Art to capitalize with two goals and pull ahead to 8-10.

Following the opponent’s run, coach Bochkarovski called the first timeout of the match, but it proved ineffective. Additionally, Multi Essence faced the spirited and seasoned goalkeeper Daskaloski, who blocked two penalties, resulting in a halftime score of 11-16 in favor of HC Golden Art. HC Multi Essence concluded the first half with three missed seven-meter shots (0/3).

During the opening ten minutes of the second half, our team was much more focused than the opponent, adopting a more assertive defensive approach and capitalizing on easy scoring opportunities to level the score at 18-18, reintroducing uncertainty into the match. Following another error by the opponent, David Dimevski swiftly reestablished Multi Essence’s lead with an exceptional goal from nine meters, marking the first advantage for the team in a while (19-18).

At the very beginning of the final ten minutes, Dimevski scored another goal, this time with a zeppelin shot, achieving the first two-goal lead in the match (23-21). Golden Art retaliated with two goals, leveling the score at 23-23, which led to a dramatic conclusion that favored our team. During the crucial moments, goalkeeper Gjorgji Ermanoski delivered the most crucial defensive play of the match, particularly in the final offensive by Golden Art.



HC Alkaloid is back in action on home ground as they resume their participation in the Super League. In the playoffs, they embark on the quest for the ultimate goal: clinching the Macedonian handball title and securing a spot in the EHF European Cups.

Our club concluded the most successful first phase so far, with a perfect record of 14 wins in 14 games in Group A of the Super League. The primary focus now shifts to the playoffs, where, as per regulations, three points are carried forward. Similarly, Vardar 1961, topping Group B, will also begin this phase with the same number of points.

Other teams entering the playoffs include CHC Ohrid and Eurofarm Pelister, each carrying over 2 points, CHC Tikvesh and Butel Skopje with 1 point each, and Prolet 62 and Struga without transferring points. The playoffs are set to commence in February and will extend until June. HC Alkaloid’s first playoff challenge will be against Prolet 62. The match is scheduled for February 10th (Saturday) at 04:00 PM in the Makedonsko Sonce arena in Skopje.

In the upcoming playoffs, HC Alkaloid will introduce three new players to the roster, all promoted from HC Multi Essence. Pivot Valentin Karasmanakis, right wing Martin Dimovski and goalkeeper Viktor Vasilevski are joining our club.

Meanwhile, international goalkeeper Alejandro Romero Carreras has departed from the team, and pivot Stefan Stojchevikj from HC Alkaloid has been transferred to HC Multi Essence.


1st round: HC Prolet 62 – HC Alkaloid

2nd round: HC Alkaloid – CHC Tikvesh

3rd round: HC Struga – HC Alkaloid

4th round: CHC Ohrid – HC Alkaloid

5th round: HC Alkaloid – HC Vardar 1961

6th round: HC Butel Skopje – HC Alkaloid

7th round: HC Alkaloid – HC Eurofarm Pelister

8th round: HC Alkaloid – HC Prolet 62

9th round: CHC Tikvesh – HC Alkaloid

10th round: HC Alkaloid – HC Struga

11th round: HC Alkaloid – CHC Ohrid

12th round: HC Vardar 1961 – HC Alkaloid

13th round: HC Alkaloid – HC Butel Skopje

14th round: HC Eurofarm Pelister – HC Alkaloid



HC Alkaloid concluded the second phase of preparations for the Super League Playoffs having spent eight days at the sports center in Stara Pazova. Alongside training sessions, the team also participated in three friendly matches during this period. HC Alkaloid faced the Croatian vice-champion Nexe in two matches, securing a win (29-27) and suffering a narrow defeat (29-30). On the day of their return to Skopje, the team played another match against Jugovic’s squad, where the “reserves” had an opportunity to showcase their skills. The match concluded without a definitive winner (35:35). Subsequently, HC Alkaloid returned to Skopje and will conduct its preparations in the local gym leading up to the commencement of the Super League Playoff, set to kick off this weekend. In the initial playoff round, HC Alkaloid is scheduled to face HC Prolet 62 in an away match.



HC ALKALOID – HC NEXE 29:30 (19-14)

Sports center in Stara Pazova

HC ALKALOID: Galevski, Trajkovski, Markoski 1, Djonov 2, Mladenovikj 4, Serafimov 3, Karasmanakis, Stojkovic 1, M. Mitev 7, Gjorgiev 3, Velkovski, Omeragikj 2, Bingo 3, Kofiloski, D. Mitev, Savrevski 3

Seven-meter throws: 7/8 Suspensions: 10 min.

HC NEXE: Car, Kuzmanovic, Racic 4, Rakic 2, Hromin 5, Vejin 4, Srsen 1, Moslavac, Manci-Micevic, Velkavrh 1, Bezjak 4, Strlek 2, Moscanic, Cenic, Cohen 4

Seven-meter throws: 5/6 Suspensions: 10 min.

HC Alkaloid is concluding the second phase of its preparations for the Super League Playoff in Macedonia by engaging in friendly matches at the sports center in Stara Pazova. The Croatian vice-champion Nexe served as our team’s practice opponent, engaging in two friendly matches. Following HC Alkaloid’s triumph yesterday (29-27), today the Croatian team secured a narrow victory with a one-goal difference (30-29).

Following a balanced beginning in which HC Nexe held a slight advantage, HC Alkaloid seized control and asserted dominance until the conclusion of the first half. We leveled the score at 5-5, subsequently taking the lead with a two-goal margin (10-8). As the first half unfolded, our team got even better, extending the lead to a five-goal advantage (16-11), maintaining this difference until halftime (19-14).

In the second half, our opponent successfully erased a two-goal deficit after ten minutes of play, yet we maintained a three-goal lead until the final ten minutes. Starting from a score of 26-23 in favor of HC Alkaloid, HC Nexe narrowed it down to 25-26. Subsequently, they showcased their best performance, initiating a 3-0 streak to secure a lead of 28-27.

HC Alkaloid leveled the score at 28-28 and 29-29, however Nexe netted the last goal.

Marko Mitev, netting seven goals, and Mihajlo Mladenovikj, with four goals, were HC Alkaloid’s best scorers today.



HC ALKALOID – HC NEXE 29-27 (15-11)

Sports center in Stara Pazova.

HC ALKALOID: Galevski, Trajkovski, Djonov 4, Markoski 2, Mladenovikj 1, Serafimov, Karasmanakis 1, Stojkovic 3, M. Mitev 4, Gjorgiev 4, Velkovski 2, Omeragikj, Bingo 2, Kofiloski 2, Savrevski 5, Dimovski

Seven-meter throws: 2/3 Suspensions: 8 min.

HC NEXE: Kuzmanovic, Car 1, Radovanovic, Racic 2, Bakic 2, Hromin 4, Vejin 1, Srsen 4, Manci-Micevic 3, Velkavrh, Bezjak 2, Strlek 2, Moslavac 2, Cenic 2, Cohen

Seven-meter throws: 6/8 Suspensions: 6 min.

HC Alkaloid competed in its first friendly match as part of the preparations for the Macedonian Super League Playoff. Our team is currently stationed at the sports center in Stara Pazova, and their initial friendly encounter took place today featuring the vice-champion of Croatia, HC Nexe.

HC Alkaloid secured a victory with a score of 29-27 in a match where they notably took control, particularly in the second half.

The Croatian team had a slightly better start and maintained a lead in the initial phase of the match, mainly with a one to two-goal difference (4-2, 5-3). HC Alkaloid leveled the score at 5-5, and from that moment on, both teams traded goals until the score reached 10-10. Following this, Dario Kofiloski and Marko Mitev initiated a series of goals, concluded by Ivan Djonov with two goals, allowing HC Alkaloid to take the lead at 15-10.

The first half ended with a score of 15-11, and throughout the second half, our team consistently maintained a lead, keeping the margin between five and six goals (17-11, 19-13, 21-15).

At one point during the second half, HC Nexe orchestrated a 3:0 run, narrowing the gap to 21-23. HC Alkaloid swiftly responded however, maintaining control with a lead of 26-22 and 28-24. The triumph held firm until the very conclusion of the game, even though HC Nexe was able to mitigate the defeat and reduce it to a two-point difference.

David Savrevski emerged as the most effective player in our team, netting five goals, followed closely by Marko Mitev and Igor Gjorgiev, both contributing with four goals each.

Tomorrow, HC Alkaloid and HC Nexe are scheduled to compete in another friendly match.