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Birkirkara’s Raina Giusti is BOV Female Player of the Month for January

| February 28th, 2014 | 1 Comment »

BOV-FEM-POM-Jan2014-Raina-GiustiBirkirkara FC’s Raina Giusti has been voted the top individual performer in the BOV Women’s First Division during January 2014. Giusti is an important pawn in coach Johann Scicluna’s team that is vying for its third consecutive championship.

The attacking midfielder created a lot of spark in Birkirkara’s forward line in their 5-1 victory over Raiders. Her brace in the first fourteen minutes of the match set the Stripes on cruising mode for another dominant display. Her performance in this match was topped up with another goal on the 83rd for a personal hat-trick.

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BOV Women’s League: Shock defeat for Birkirkara

| February 26th, 2014 | Comments Off

BOV-Women-First-Division13-14Hibernians take sole leadership in the BOV Women’s First Division thanks to an 8-0 win over Pembroke Athleta as champions Birkirkara suffered a shock 1-2 defeat to Mgarr United on Tuesday.

Hibs now move to the 33-point mark, three ahead of Birkirkara with Mgarr lying in third place on 24 points.

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BOV Women’s League: Hibs, B’Kara continue to share top spot

| February 21st, 2014 | Comments Off

bov-women-first-division-2013-2014Hibernians and Birkirkara continue to share the top spot in the BOV Women’s First Division as both registered wins this week.

The Paolites defeated Mgarr United 3-1 on Tuesday while Birkirkara beat Gozo 4-1 at the Kercem Ajax Ground on Sunday.

Pembroke Athleta registered their first win after defeating Raiders (Luxol) 4-3.

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Women’s national team loses to Serbia

| February 13th, 2014 | Comments Off

women-malta-serbia140213The Malta women’s national team lost 0-3 to Serbia in another match from Group 3 of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup European qualifying round at the Centenary Stadium on Thursday.

A goal by Jovana Damjanovic after just three minutes paved the way for the visitors who were chasing their first win in the group. Jelena Cubrilo doubled the score seven minutes from the end of the first half.

Late in the game, Malta pushed for a consolation goal, going close twice through Dorianne Theuma but Serbia scored the third goal thanks to Jelena Cankovic six minutes from time.

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