Maltese youth player Kailey Willis put herself on the scoresheet twice as her Hellas Verona U-19’s side scored a big win in the Verona derby.
In fact, Hellas Verona eased past Chievo Verona Women 13-1 in the Primavera – Girone 1, as they cement their Scudetto play-off spot in fourth place with 29 points.
On the other hand, the Malta women players based in Serie B Femminile were all on the losing end in Sunday’s slate of fixtures.
Martina Borg was in the starting formation for Roma Calcio Femminile as they faced Sassari Torres in Sardenia. Borg’s Roma CF were defeated 2-1 as they remain anchored at the bottom of the championship with 10 points.
Emma Lipman’s Como Women failed to keep track of leaders Brescia as they fell to a surprising 2-1 defeat on home soil against newly-promoted side Cortefranca.
The Malta women’s captain played from the start as Como have slipped eight points behind Brescia.
Malta defender Nicole Sciberras played for Tavagnacco as their slump continues, falling to their fourth straight defeat in the Serie B Femminile.
Tavagnacco forged ahead against Chievo Verona Women but the latter, who were hosting the game, managed to cancel the one-goal deficit and secure a 3-1 win.
Sciberras’ side sit seven points above safety.