The Maltese Under 18 team achieved a good victory of 21-4 against Wales to go second in the table at the European Championships being held in Malta.
The Maltese team had a great performance and got the upperhand on the Welsh who on the day couldn’t do so much.
Even the Maltese women’s team climbed to second place in the standings in their group, two points below France after a great performance which saw them secure a 14-11 victory against Wales.
The men’s B teams were also in action as they beat Wales 11-10 with Darren Schembri closing the last frame.
The B1 team won 15-6 against the Netherlands while the B2 team had the better of England 11-10. On the other hand, the same team lost to Wales B1 11-10.
The men’s A team were unlucky to lose 13-12 to Northern Ireland and suffer their first defeat of the tournament. They are still sharing the second place in the table along with France and Ireland with England first on 15 points.
The Under-23 team had a 21-4 defeat against France while in the under-15 category, the Maltese suffered two defeats of at the hands of Scotland (11-4) and Wales (14-1).
In the individual category, Nick Muscat won against Denzel Falzon 5-0, Liam Mifsud beat Garcia Biel 5-0 and Steve Muscat prevailed over Preston Mcinnes 5-4.
Nordai Desira lost against Enzo Malmonte 5-3 while Roberta Cutajar won against Rihanon Graham 5-2.
Donna Bugeja lost against Sam John 5-1 while Alessia Cassano was beaten by Hayley Weston 5-1. Casdy Vella won against Mark Davis 5-0.
On Friday evening, Johann Attard won against Lydan Debono 5-2, Dejan Grech won against Tiernan Kelly 5-0, Philip Coleiro lost against Shaun Sharkey 5-1 while Miguel Mizzi lost against Neil Cormack 5-2.
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