Pietà Hotspurs lead the way in the Youth League Section A when all teams played eight matches.
The Hotspurs collected nineteen points, dropping their only points in a draw with Hibernians and a defeat to Birkirkara. The Stripes are second on 18 points, one point behind the Hotspurs.
St. Patrick and Valletta follow on 12 points, Floriana and Hibernians 11, St. Andrews and Qormi 10, Melita 8 while Attard are yet to collect their first point.
In Section B, Rabat Ajax share the top spot with Mosta after suffering their first defeat in their last outing, losing 1-4 to San Gwann. Rabat and Mosta have nineteen points from ten matches.
Balzan Youths are currently third on 17 points but have a game in hand. Hamrun Spartans, also have a game in hand and are fourth on 16 points.
Marsaxlokk, Naxxar Lions and Sliema Wanderers are joint-fifth on 14 points, followed by San Gwann on 13, Msida St. Joseph 7 and Mgarr United 1.
Zebbug Rangers lead the way in Section C with 26 points from ten matches, dropping their only points in two draws, followed by St. Venera Lightnings with 21 points from nine and Senglea Athletic with 19 points from eight.
Gudja United are fourth on 16 points, followed by Pembroke Athleta on 15, Mellieha and Tarxien on 11, Siggiewi and Lija Athletic on 7 and Zurrieq 1.
The leaders of Section D are Zejtun Corinthians with 23 points from nine matches. The Corinthians are still unbeaten like third-placed Dingli Swallows who collected 19 points from seven matches. Gzira United are currently second with 21 points from eighth matches.
Vittoriosa lie in fourth place on 16 points, followed by Sirens on 15, Fgura United 14, Mtarfa and Mqabba 13, Birzebbuga St. Peter’s and Marsa 11, St. George’s 9, Kalkara 7, Ghaxaq 5, Santa Lucia and Kirkop United 4 and Xghajra Tornados 3.
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