Swieqi United maintained their consistency in the Enemed Futsal League as they brushed aside the Malta Veterans 12-4.
The Owls had a positive outing and they had Ryan Muscat in fine form, notching a hat-trick with Felipe Molina hitting the target twice.
Rodney Debono, Shaun Deguara, Brandon Debono, Dylan Pace, Antonio Ferraro, Dylan Pirotta and Brayan Steven Rivera were also on the mark for Swieqi.
Malta Veterans scored through a Daniele Degennaro double and goals from Robert Fenech and Timmy Elias.
Luxol St Andrews found little difficulty in winning 9-0 against Malta U19.
Andy Mangion, Mark Zammit and Maicon scored a brace while Matthew Attard, Andre Ciancio and Celino Alves also put their names on the scoresheet for Luxol.
In a highly exciting encounter, Ta’ Xbiex and St George’s shared the spoils in a 5-5 draw.
Both teams gave their all during this match but all in all they had to content with a point apiece.
Karl Sciortino, Melvin Borg, Stefi Cale, Dylan Musu and Liam Caruana scored Ta’ Xbiex goals.
Karl Luke Schembri netted a hat-trick for St George’s with Jovica Milijic and Mark Adami completing the score for the Cottonera side.
Żurrieq FC obtained their fourth win of the season after seeing off Marsaskala 7-0.
Boycho Marev’s boys were in dominant mode and it was no surprise that they obtained the most precious three points.
Chris Cardona and Kurt Darmanin scored a brace with Kurt Darmanin, Armando Gjepali and Jose Mario Mendez Fernandez completed the score for their team.
University of Malta registered an important 3-0 win against Fgura United. Denzil Pisani, Andre Cachia and Mohammed Elamari were the students’ scorers.
Luxol, Swieqi 21, Ta’ Xbiex 19, University of Malta 15, Żurrieq 12, St George’s 10, Marsaskala 9, Fgura 6, Malta U19 3, Malta Veterans 0
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