Malta Independent

Swieqi U on top of the Enemed Futsal League


Swieqi United climbed first in the standings after a convincing 4-1 win over St George's as another round of matches was played from the Enemed Futsal League.

The team led by Dylan Micallef made their intentions clear from the word go and establishe­d a 30 advantage over their opponents.

Despite the Cottonera side's reaction, Swieqi kept their composure and scored another goal to rubberstam­p their victory.

Justin Theuma, Fabrizio Zammit, Emerson Molina and Dylan Pace hit the target for Swieqi while Jovica Milijic reduced the score for St George's.

The match between Luxol and Żurrieq was postponed since the Maltese champions will participat­e in the UEFA Futsal Champions League.

University of Malta saw off Marsaskala 8-1 in a match which they dominated completely.

Steven Camilleri and Jean Noel Azzopardi scored a brace each with Aaron Montebello, Shataizan Zarb and Dale Valletta also on the mark for the Students.

Ishmael Tabone pulled a consolatio­n goal for Marsaskala.

Fgura United beat Malta U19 42 in a well-contested encounter.

Fgura were always in front but the Maltese youths gave them a tough challenge and it was only in the end that they succumbed to another defeat.

Artem Mitielov, Sebastian Nayar, Nathan Sammut and Antoine Barbara were Fgura's scorers while Malta U19 had Collin Sammut and Deyan Pace netting their goals


Swieqi 12, Żurrieq, Luxol, St George's, Ta' Xbiex 9, Marsaskala, L-Universita' ta' Malta, Fgura 6, Malta Veterans, Malta U19 0

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