Antoine Busuttil | September 23rd, 2012 | 2 Comments »
No teams claimed maximum points from the first two matches of the BOV Second Division after another six matches were played on Sunday.
Fgura United defeated Gharghur 2-0 while St. Venera Lightnings beat St. Patrick 2-0. Msida St. Joseph registered a 2-1 win over Kirkop United. Read More
Antoine Busuttil | September 23rd, 2012 | Comments Off
Champions Valletta will be aiming to maintain their perfect start with a fifth consecutive win as they take on Hamrun Spartans in one of the two BOV Premier League matches in programme on Monday at the National Stadium.
The Citizens, who were in action on Wednesday in a friendly in Libya, defeated Tarxien, Mosta, Qormi and Melita in their first four matches, scoring twelve and conceding two. Hamrun, on the other hand, obtained three draws in the first three matches against Balzan, Floriana and Tarxien but lost 1-4 to Mosta last week. Read More
Antoine Busuttil | September 22nd, 2012 | 19 Comments »
Sliema Wanderers bounced back in style from the defeat to Qormi as they scored three in the first half to beat Birkirkara 3-1.
For the Stripes, this was the first defeat after winning the first four matches. They were simply unable to react after suffering two early goals which put them two goals down after just thirteen minutes.
Floriana returned to winning ways as they scored three in the second half to beat Rabat Ajax 3-0. Read More
Antoine Busuttil | September 22nd, 2012 | 1 Comment »
St. Andrews registered their second win in the BOV First Division as they beat Birzebbuga St. Peter’s 3-1 at the Luxol Stadium on Saturday.
Lija Athletic and Mqabba shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Read More
Antoine Busuttil | September 22nd, 2012 | 4 Comments »
Marsa and Attard registered their second win while Marsaskala claimed the largest win of the day in the BOV Third Division on Saturday.
At the Sirens Stadium, Senglea Athletic defeated hosts Sirens 4-0 while Marsaskala registered a most comfortable 6-0 win over Ta’ Xbiex. Read More
Antoine Busuttil | September 22nd, 2012 | Comments Off
Hibernians will be aiming to maintain their perfect start with a win on Sunday as they take on Balzan in one of the two BOV Premier League matches in programme at the National Stadium.
Hibs defeated Mosta, Qormi, Melita and Rabat in their first four outings. Balzan, on the other hand, earned a point in a 2-2 draw with Hamrun in the first game, losing to Birkirkara, Floriana and Tarxien in the other three games. Read More