Swieqi FC resumed their chase for a play-off spot after a resounding 13-0 win over lowly Zurrieq Wolves.
They managed to return to winning ways after dominating the proceedings for the entire match and scoring goals at regular intervals.
Their attacking trio Marev-Johansson-Petev was a constant menace for the Zurrieq rearguard who found it hard to contain their attacking flurry.
Boicho Marev was inspirational for the Swieqi outfit after hitting a poker while Dimitar Petev and Fredrik Johansson were twice on the mark.
Andre Ciancio, Christian Wismayer, Redeemer Borg, Jason Gauci and Dexter O’Brien also put their names on the score sheet for Swieqi.
Meanwhile Msida St Joseph and University of Malta produced an electrifying encounter with the latter having the last laugh after winning 6-5.
It was an evenly contested match with both sides producing a good level of futsal.
This was the students’ fourth consecutive win that puts them on the 15-point mark with Hamrun Tre Angeli.
Djordje Maksimovic and Leo Muscat scored a brace apiece while Rodney Debono and Andrea Farrugia added more goals for University of Malta.
Msida, who gave a good account of themselves, had Liam Cachia and George Frendo scoring a brace apiece while Armando Gjepali also found the net.
Finally Sliema registered their third victory of the season after seeing off Swieqi Under 21 12-4.
As the score clearly indicates, Sliema had more possession of the ball and managed to establish a 10-2 advantage before the break.
In the second half, Kevin Loughborough’s boys scored four more goals to rubberstamp their result with the youngsters from Swieqi hitting some consolation goals.
Darren Agius was in fine form for Sliema as he netted six goals. Nikolay Filipov and Aleksandar Ribic scored a brace while Sean Kean Degabriele and Leandros Calleja were also among the scorers.
Swieqi Under 21, who are still searching to break their duck, had a brace from Dean Bonello and other goals from Timmy Gingell and Daryl Schembri.
Swieqi FC back in the fray after resounding win