Sixth win for Nadur Youngsters

Gozo-Football-AssociationNadur Youngsters maintained their perfect record in the Melita First Division in Gozo thanks to a 2-0 win over Oratory Youths. A win which enables them to maintain a four-point lead ahead of Xewkija Tigers.

Brandon Said put the Youngsters ahead on 27 minutes and a penalty by Milos Stojanovic on 61 minutes sealed the issue.

Xewkija Tigers scored twice in the second half to beat wooden-spoonists Xaghra United 2-0 thanks to goals by Ferdinando Apap on 56 and Jason Portelli on 76 minutes.

Victoria Hotspurs hit seven goals past Munxar Falcons. Mark Muscat opened the score on 25 minutes and five minutes later, Saturday Nanapere doubled the score. Nanapare added a third goal three minutes from the end of the first half. Alex Tramboo made it 4-0 on 61 minutes and four minutes later, Aleandro Bezzina scored the fifth goal. Four minutes from time, Daniel Farrugia scored the sixth goal before Aleandro Bezzina sealed the issue with another goal on the 90th.

SK Victoria Wanderers defeated Kercem Ajax 3-1. The Wanderers went three goals ahead thanks to Joseph Vella on the 20th, Ejofor Nkwocha on the 72nd and Peter Anizoba on the 83rd with Malcolm Vella scoring a consolation goal two minutes in added time.

Nadur lead the way with 18 points, followed by Xewkija on 14, SK Victoria Wanderers 12, Victoria Hotspurs 10, Oratory Youths 7, Kercem 5, Munxar 3 and Xaghra 0.

In the Melia Second Division, Qala Saints were held in a 1-1 draw by Zebbug Rovers. Gorgi Portelli put Zebbug ahead on 37 minutes but Frank Attard levelled matters seven minutes in the second half.

In another match, Ghajnsielem defeated Gharb Rangers 5-3. Joseph Attard, Kenny Hili and Frank Lee Galea put the Blacks three goals ahead within the first sixteen minutes. Jerry Anyanwu replied with two goals for Gharb to put the Rangers back in contention but early in the second half, Joseph Attard made it 4-2. Late in the game, Robert Grima added another for Ghajnsielem with Sam Harland reducing the gap for Gharb.

Qala lead the way with 8 points, followed by Ghajnsielem on 7, Sannat 6, St. Lawrence and Gharb 4, Zebbug 3.