Archive for the ‘Division 1’ Category

BOV Division 1: Pembroke join St. Andrews on top

| February 20th, 2015 | Comments Off on BOV Division 1: Pembroke join St. Andrews on top

BOV-First-DivisionPembroke Athleta came back from one goal down to beat Msida St. Joseph 2-1 to join St. Andrews at the top of the BOV First Division table.

Helder Souza Silva put Msida ahead on the 22nd but Ayrton Azzopardi restored equilibrium six minutes from the end of the first half when he converted a penalty. Lucky Omeruo notched the winner thirteen minutes from time.

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BOV Division 1: Sole leadership for St. Andrews as Rabat beat Gudja

| February 8th, 2015 | Comments Off on BOV Division 1: Sole leadership for St. Andrews as Rabat beat Gudja

BOV-First-DivisionSt. Andrews take sole leadership in the BOV First Division as they defeated Msida St. Joseph with Gudja United suffering a 2-4 defeat to Rabat Ajax.

St. Andrews came from behind to beat Msida St. Joseph 2-1 as Helder Souza put the latter ahead on 28 minutes. However goals by Trayo Grozev on the 74th and Michael Johnson four minutes later handed player-coach Brian Said’s team the three points.

Lawrence Chiedozie was the hero for Rabat as he scored three in a 4-2 win over Gudja. The Nigerian striker put Rabat ahead on 14 minutes and doubled the score ten minutes later. Angelo Catania pulled one back on 59 minutes but after having two players sent off, Gudja suffered another two goals by Wayne Borg on the 85th and Lawrence Chiedozie one minute later. Adrian Carabott scored a second goal for Gudja on the 90th.

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BOV Division 1: Pembroke hit eight past Vittoriosa

| February 7th, 2015 | 2 Comments »

BOV-First-DivisionPembroke Athleta made their promotion intentions clear with a most impressive 8-2 win over Vittoriosa Stars in one of the two BOV First Division matches in programme on Saturday. A win which puts Pembroke in second place together with Gudja and St. Andrews, two points behind leaders Gzira United. Gudja and St. Andrews, however have a game in hand.

Ariel Laudisi put Pembroke ahead on 22 minutes with Diego Pereira converting a penalty on the 38th minute to equalise. However just before half-time, Carlo Mamo made it 2-1 for Pembroke.

After the break, the game was one-sided with Jacques Scerri’s side adding another six goals. Abubakar Bello Osagie made it 3-1 three minutes in the second half and four minutes, Ayrton Azzopardi added another. Ariel Laudisi scored the fifth goal on the 58th but on the hour, Francisco Arriagada Mella scored a second goal for the Stars. However Ayrton Azzopardi made it 6-2 on the 77th with Ariel Laudisi scoring another two goals on the 83rd and the 90th.

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BOV Division 1: Brilliant comeback puts Fgura in third place

| February 6th, 2015 | Comments Off on BOV Division 1: Brilliant comeback puts Fgura in third place

BOV-First-DivisionFgura United extended their unbeaten run in the BOV First Division to eleven matches thanks to a third consecutive win as they came back from two goals down to beat Lija Athletic 4-2.

A penalty by Erjon Beu five minutes from the end of the first half put Lija ahead and two minutes in the second half, Abdullahi Ige Adeshina doubled the score. However Fgura had other thoughts and scored four in the final twenty minutes to take the three points home.

Roland John Emeka reduced the gap on the 71st and five minutes later, Quincy Bregman levelled matters. With one minute to go, Williams Abeeb Abiodun put Fgura head and three minutes in added time the Nigerian striker added another to seal the issue.

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BOV Division 1: Pembroke, St. Andrews share spoils in draw

| February 1st, 2015 | Comments Off on BOV Division 1: Pembroke, St. Andrews share spoils in draw

BOV-First-DivisionSt. Andrews re-joined Gudja United on top the BOV First Division table following a goalless draw with Pembroke Athleta in one of the four matches in programme on Sunday.

Pembroke, who were coming from two consecutive defeats, move alone in fourth place, three points behind the leaders and two behind Gzira United.

Lija Athletic came from behind to register a dramatic 2-1 win over Melita. Kane Micallef put Melita ahead on 13 minutes and three minutes from the end of the first half, Cleavon Frendo levelled matters. The game seemed heading for a draw but one minute in added time, Beppe Antignolo notched the winner for Lija.

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