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Ta’ Xbiex and University of Malta ACJ Group keep momentum

University of Malta ACJ beat the Malta U19s to stay joint-top of the league. Photo: Nicholas Falzon

Ta Xbiex Futsal and the University of Malta maintained their perfect record in the Enemed Futsal League when they achieved their fourth victory from as many matches.

As Luxol were not in action due to their commitments in the UEFA Futsal Champions League, even ŽRQ Bormla won their game to climb to third place in the table.

University of Malta ACJ dominated their match against the Maltese under-19 selection as they won 9-1.

Prolific scorer Cleavon Portelli scored a hat-trick while Aaron Montebello and Leo Muscat netted a brace apiece. Steven Camilleri and Paul Scerri also found the net for the Universitarians.

The Maltese youngsters reduced the margin by Robert Malool Mustafa.

Referees: Marco La Rosa, Sillah Alhasana.

Ta’ Xbiex beat neighbours Sliema Futsal 6-1. The winners had a perfect first half where they scored five goals to administer the second half as well as even increasing the score.

Liam Caruana hit the target twice and Redeemer Borg, Bernardo Rosa, Matthias Camilleri, and Ryan Debono continued to increase the score.

The Blues reduced the margin of the score by Wallace Oliveira Santos.

Referees: Andrea Naudi, Jude Amin Utulu.

ŽRQ Bormla had a comfortable 11-1 victory against Gzira United Santa Margherita.

The Cottonera side were dominant over their opponents with Gabriel Ghigo, Jovica Milijic, and Karl Sciortino helping themselves with two goals each. Rodrigues da Silva, Claudio Venuto, Karl Luke Schembri, Dylan Musu, and Mohamed Elamari scored for ŻRQ Bormla.

The Maroons scored the consolation goal through Yessous Camilleri.

Referees: Clinton Cassar, Stefania Bonnici.

In the clash between the Southerners, Birżebbuġa St Peter’s beat Marsaskala Futsal 6-4 in a very nice game.

Despite being 3-2 down, the Birżebbuġa side remained concentrated and managed to turn the score in their favour.

Kieran Debono and Shataizan Zarb scored twice each with Julien Bollard and Alexei Saliba adding their names to the scorers.

The Seasouthsiders scored through Alessio Restuccia, Amir Ashtiyani, Zemkin Seisun, and an own goal by Owen Galea.

Referees: Jude Amin Utulu, Marco La Rosa.


Ta’ Xbiex, University of Malta ACJ 12, ŻRQ Bormla 10, Luxol 7, Swieqi, Birżebbuġa 6, Sliema Wanderers, Futsal Selection U19 4, Birżebbuġa St Peter’s, Gżira United Santa Margerita 3, Futsal Selection U18, Marsaskala, Santa Venera Lightnings 0

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