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Hibernians move closer to BOV Women’s League title

| April 21st, 2015 | No Comments »

BOV-Womens-League-2014-15Hibernians moved another step closer to the BOV Women’s League title after defeating Pembroke Athleta 7-1 and Birkirkara’s 0-3 defeat to Mgarr United which leave the Paolites six points clear with two games to go.

Hibs therefore need just one point from the last two matches to secure the eleventh title.

In another match, Raiders (Luxol) defeated Kirkop United 2-0.

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Mgarr United girls win Under-16 Knock-Out

| April 21st, 2015 | No Comments »

mgarr-utd-win-under-16-girls-ko2015Mgarr United won the Women’s Under-16 Knock-Out after defeating Gozo 3-1 on penalties at the Gharghur Ground on Sunday. Mgarr therefore completed the double after winning the championship, finishing four points ahead of Gozo.

The game at the end of regular time was still 0-0. In the penalty shoot-out, Nicole Cutajar, Angelique Schembri and Patricia Ebejer scored Mgarr’s penalties with Mirayah Aquilina and Maia Debono missing theirs. Leanne Cefai scored for Gozo with Keeva Camilleri, Maria Farrugia and Greta Grima missing their penalties.

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Hibernians keep marching on in BOV Women’s League

| April 15th, 2015 | Comments Off

BOV-Womens-League-2014-15BOV Womens’ League leaders Hibernians extended their positive run to fifteeen matches as they defeated third-placed Raiders (Luxol) 4-1 to stay three points ahead of Birkirkara.

The Stripes kept the pace with the leaders thanks to a 7-0 win over Pembroke Athleta. In another match from the Championship Pool, Mgarr United defeated Kirkop United 3-2.

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Women’s EURO: Georgia qualify as Faroe Islands beat Malta 4-2

| April 9th, 2015 | Comments Off

UEFAWomensEuroGeorgia won Group 2 of the UEFA Women’s EURO Preliminary Round due to a better record in the direct encounters after finishing on level points with Malta and Faroe Islands.

Malta needed a draw to secure a place in the Qualifying Round proper but suffered a 2-4 defeat to the Faroe Islands who however needed a larger win to qualify for the next stage. Therefore Georgia who had defeated the Faroe Islands 2-0 in the first game and then lost to Malta 1-2 in the second game, move on to the next round after beating Andorra 7-0.

At the Victor Tedsco Stadium, two quick goals by Rannvá Andreasen on the 13th and Milja Simonsen on the 15th put the Faroe Islands two goals ahead. However Ylenia Carabott pulled one back six minutes fro the end of the first half and substitute Martina Borg levelled matters four minutes in the second half. Faroe Islands captain Heidi Sevdal restored the lead on the 53rd and then sealed the issue with another goal on the 90th.

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Women’s national team seeks place in Women’s EURO qualifying round

| April 8th, 2015 | Comments Off

UEFAWomensEuroAfter beating Andorra 5-3 and Georgia 2-1, a draw would be enough for Malta to secure a place in the qualifying round proper of the UEFA Women’s EURO as the women’s national team faces the Faroe Islands in their final match from Group 2 of the Preliminary Round at the Victor Tedesco Stadium on Thursday, kick-off at 11:00. At the same time, at the National Stadium, Georgia face Andorra.

Malta currently lead the group with maximum points from two matches, followed by the Faroe Islands and Georgia on three and Andorra without any points.

Addressing the media on Wednesday, Malta women’s national team coach Mark Gatt said that Malta cannot focus on a draw on Thursday, saying the team has to go out in search of a win.

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