Melita consolidate second place
Dingli Desana had a good win over champions Mosta 12-3 to keep the pace with leaders Marsa. Dingli went for the break leading 2-1 in a balanced first half when Mosta scored first with Dingli scoring twice in the last five minutes by Malcolm Licari.
Mosta goalkeeper Vanyo Mirchev denied Dingli from more goals. No one expected that Mosta were to be dominated in the second half with Dingli scoring at will. Licari was their best scorer with five goals and Simon Shead added another three to his tally as top scorer.
In the CISK Masters Division One,, Melita had an excellent week winning two games in a space of four days, beating Targa Gap 9-3 and Zurrieq Wolves 8-2 to finish their first round commitments and go up second in the standings.
The team showed class, and did everything with confidence. They play as a team, with good coordination and distribution.
Besides they have experienced players like Michael Galea, Brian Said, Sean Sullivan and Matthew Naudi - they all make the difference.
With such performances they must be considered to finish somewhere at the top and get promoted.
Michael Galea, ex B’Kara player in the MFA Premier League, again produced two impressive performances scoring four goals in each game, to go top in the scorers list.
In both games, Melita dominated for long stretches. Targa Gap and Zurrieq Wolves although trying hard, could not keep up the pace.