Monthly Archives: January 2018

This time, it’s Luxol

27/01/2018 Fixtures

The highlight of this week was the starting of the Elite Round with the big match between Luxol and Valletta. In contrast to what happened in the first round, Luxol determinantly won this match with the end result of 5-0. During the first half Rogerio Dos Santos Filho, Frane Depotovic and Mark Zammit, gave a wide gap in favour of Luxol. In the second half, the Citizens sacrified themselves by pushing forward through Xavier Saliba as the flying keeper. This move paved way to Luxol to score two more goals in an empty net. Frane Depotovic together with their recent acquisition Maicon Da Silva Gaiewski, netted again for Luxol. In another thrilling match, Hamrun Tre Angeli won against Swieqi United with the end result of 8-6. Hamrun had braces by Frank Paul Azzopardi and Everton Da Silva Santos, a goal apiece for Manuel Jesus Cespedes Gallardo, Florin Anton and Aleksander Read the full article…

Initiation of Futsal’s second round

19/01/2018 Fixtures

The match between University of Malta and Swieqi United U21, kick started Futsal’s second round with the opening matches from Division One. University of Malta offered a tactically disciplined performance against the very energetic and spirited Swieqi United U21 team. Nermin Hasanbegovic, Jose Maria Aguilera Castellano from the penalty spot, Gary Inguanez together with Neil Cauchi gave a 4-1 win to the Universitarians. On the other hand Swieqi’s youngsters scored through their captain Dylan Pace. Following, Pietà Nordiska gave no chance to Marsaskala through a win of 8-3. Tarxien JMI had a tough struggle in order to manage to achieve the three points against Qormi; the end result being 4-3.

Valletta’s first defeat puts Universitarians in the semis

14/01/2018 Fixtures

On its return from the festive season, futsal resumed this week with the Knock Out Quarter Final. At this stage occured the least unexpected; the elimination of Valletta from this competition by the University of Malta (UOM). Despite holding on to a perfect track record in the league, Valletta had to bow to the Universitarians’ determination which made them victorious with a win of 4-2. UOM went on the lead through Nermin Hasanbegovic and Shawn Deguara. The Citizens replied through Mohammed Lamari’s brace, giving the momentarily equalizer. The Universitarians returned again on the lead through Gary Inguanez. In the last minute, when Valletta pushed everyting forward by utilizing Murtaz Kakabadze as the flying keeper, UOM’s goalkeeper Dylan Cacciatolo grasped the opportunity to score from the other side of the pitch in a clean net. This magnificent goal sealed UOM’s qualification to the semi final and filled them with joy and Read the full article…