Swieqi United have retained the services of defender Jessica Dimech after the Malta international has extended her stay to another year.
The 19-year-old player is at the back of a promising season, establishing herself as a key player at the heart of the first-team’s backline.
Dimech, who is a Tarxien Rainbows product, was also part of the Malta women’s national team setup and made her debut during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers.
During the past season, she was also captain of Swieqi United’s U-20’s team as well.
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