This week Olympiakos’ women’s polo team took out the top spot in the Greek championships, emerging winners for the fifth consecutive year.

The last match of the season was played at Papastratio Kolymbitirio in Piraeus on Tuesday against Vouliagmeni, ending on 9-6 in Olympiakos’ favour.

The reds were leading from the first half at 4-2, but Vouliagmeni seemed to be in with a chance at the beginning of the second half, equalising to bring the score to 4-4.

Olympiakos’ Monika Eggens (L) during the water polo final match.

It was an emotive final, with tensions running high. The match was interrupted for 10 minutes with an argument ensuing between Vouliagmeni coach, Alexia Kammenou and the opponent’s fans.

But Olympiakos managed to regain the upper hand, leading the team to victory for the ninth time in the club’s history.

Taking out the title of Most Valuable Player of the match was Olympiakos’ Christine Tsoukalas, who managed to score three goals during the win.

(R) Olympiakos’ Christina Tsoukala.