Romanian Rugby side Ştiinţa Baia Mare have become champions after an
11-3 win against Steaua Bucharest on Saturday night in the finals of the
present edition of the Super League. The game was hosted by the Triumphal Arch
Stadium in Bucharest with no fans in attendance because of the Covid-19
pandemic. It was a well-deserved win for trophy holder Stiinta, which proved
superior to their opponents in every respect.
Bulgarian athlete Boriana Kalein on Sunday won all the four finals of
the rhythmic gymnastics championship hosted last weekend by the city of Cluj
Napoca in western Romania. A European vice-champion this year and fifth-placed
at the Tokyo Olympics, Boriana had also won the individual all-round event on
Romanian handball side CSM Bucharest on Sunday secured a 25-22 win
against the Germans from Borussia Dortmund in a match that counted for the
fourth leg of the Champions League. This has been the Romanians' second win,
who are now ranking 6th in group A with 4 points on par with the
side on the fifth position, Brest Bretagne. This has been the Germans' first
defeat in this European season and CSM will be up against Buducnost Podgorica
of Montenegro in Bucharest next Sunday.
Last weekend saw the games of the twelfth leg of Romania's first
football league. On Friday, Gaz Metan Medias secured a 2-1 home win against
Dinamo Bucharest. On Saturday, FC Voluntari clinched a 2-1 away win against
Sfantu Gheorghe and FCSB claimed a 3-0 win against FC Mioveni in Buzau.
On Sunday in Pitesti, southern Romania, local side FC Arges defeated
Farul Constanta 2-1 then in Arad, UTA secured a one-nil win against FCU Craiova
1948. The day ended with the leg's most important match in southern Romania
where Rapid Bucharest secured a 2-0 win against defending champions CFR Cluj.
Two games are due on Monday when FC Botoșani takes on
Chindia Târgoviște and Universitatea Craiova plays Academica Clinceni. CFR tops
the table with 30 points followed by FCSB and FC Voluntari, each with 24.