Melita con­sol­i­date sec­ond place

Malta Independent - - CLASSIFIEDS SPORT -

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.

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