UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: All 3 Cypriot teams are into the UEFA Europa League playoffs. AEK Larnaca punched their ticket in style with an emphatic 5:0 win at home to Sturm Graz, while Apollon coasted through on the back of their performance last week. APOEL came from behind to defeat Hapoel Beer Sheva 3:1 in Nicosia. **HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: Both AEK Larnaca and Apollon got the job done in their respective fixtures of UEFA Europa League qualifying on Thursday as AEK earned a vital 2:0 away win against Sturm Graz while Apollon won big in their home leg, 4:0 over Dinamo Brest. **HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: APOEL were handed a 2:0 defeat in Tallinn at the hands of Flora, however carrying a five goals advantage from last week’s match in Nicosia (5:0), secured their progress to the next round of UEFA Europa League qualifying. **HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: It was a good day for Cypriot clubs in UEFA Europa League qualifying, as Apollon and AEK Larnaca both advanced to the next round (along with APOEL). Apollon built on their away win over Bosnian side Zeljeznicar with another 3:1 win on the return leg, while AEK ran roughshod over Dundalk in a memorable 4:0 rout of the Irish side in Larnaca. **HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: APOEL bounced back after their shock UEFA Champions League elimination against Suduva, thrashing Flora Tallinn 5:0 in Nicosia to practically guarantee progress to the third round of UEFA Europa League qualifying. **HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: AEK Larnaca earned a scoreless draw away to Dundalk, while Apollon are in good shape with a 2:1 away win against Zeljeznicar in the second round of UEFA Europa League qualification. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE): In a reversal of last week’s events, Apollon Limassol overturned their deficit with a 2:0 win over Stumbras, while disaster struck Anorthosis in Albania with a 1:0 loss at Laci in Thursday’s UEFA Europa League action. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE): APOEL earned a 1:0 home win over FK Suduva, however their 3:1 defeat in the first leg forced the Cypriot champions to bid farewell to the Champions League, losing 3:2 on aggregate. They will continue their European campaign in the Europa League qualifying rounds. **HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: It was a mixed bag for Cypriot teams in Thursday’s UEFA Europa League qualifiers. Anorthosis rallied back to gain a slight edge on Laci, but Apollon have left themselves a challenge of sorts with a narrow away loss to Sturmbras.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: APOEL and Apollon will start this year’s European journey in Lithuania against FK Suduva and Stumbras respectively, while Anorthosis will visit Albania to face Laci. Cup holders AEK Larnakas will face the winner of the pair between Levadia Tallinn (Estonia) and Dundalk (Ireland).
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): On the final day of the season, Omonoia snapped their 12 game losing streak with a 1:0 over Apollon, while AEK Larnaca earned a 3:2 decision over AEL Limassol. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): The final week of Cyprus First Division playoff action will have some excitement thanks to Apollon’s 3:0 win at home to AEK Larnaca. Meanwhile, Anorthosis handed Omonoia a 12th consecutive loss by a 2:1 margin. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): The relegation group action continued over the weekend with Olympiakos having already sealed their fate in next year’s second division, making the remaining games indifferent as far as relegation goes.The only thing left to fight for is bragging rights for the team that will finish first.
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): APOEL put on their champion suit and with a 2:1 home win over Apollon at the GSP Stadium, returned to the top of the table two weeks before the finish line. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): Olympiakos fell at home to Alki and will officially make a return to the second division. Salamina grabbed a big win over Doxa while Pafos escaped with a narrow victory over Ermis. **HIGHLIGHTS**
CYPRIOT SOCCER (FIRST DIVISION): It is as you were in the Cyprus First Division Playoffs. APOEL kept the pressure on Apollon, but the current league leaders were able to match them setting up a possible title deciding clash in next weekend’s derby between the two teams. **HIGHLIGHTS**