Xewkija Tigers, Oratory Youths and Nadur Youngsters registered a second win in the Melita First Division as they all won this weekend.
A goal by Joseph Grima on the 14th minute enabled Nadur Youngsters to beat Sannat Lions 1-0.
Xewkija Tigers registered a comfortable 5-1 win over St. Laurence Spurs 5-1. Dene Shields put Xewkija ahead on the 4th minute and six minutes from the end of teh first half, John Camilleri doubled the score. Dene Shields made it 3-0 five minutes in the second half. St. Laurence pulled one back two minutes later through William Barbosa. John Camilleri restored a three-goal lead on 62 minutes and seven minutes from time, Gennaro Hili sealed the issue with a fifth goal.
Oratory Youths registered a 4-2 win over Victoria Hotspurs. Mark Camilleri put Oratory ahead on 12 minutes and three minutes later, Thiago dos Santos doubled the score. Two minutes in the second half, Shaun Attard made it 3-0 and Mark Camilleri scored the fourth goal on 59 minutes. The Hotspurs reduced the gap with two goals in the final four minutes through Dylan Bellotti and Ferdinando Apap.
Kercem Ajax registered their first win as they came from behind to beat SK Victoria Wanderers 3-2. Jose Sanz Ortiz put the Wanderers ahead after just one minute, Ian Xuereb levelled matters on the 14th and Ortiz made it 2-1 on 21 minutes as he converted a penalty. Elton Vella was sent off for Kercem but they equalised on the 65th minute with Anderson Mendes Ribeiro notching the winner on 73 minutes.
Xewkija, Oratory and Nadur lead the way with 6 points, followed by SKVW and Kercem 3, Victoria Hotspurs, Sannat and St. Lawrence 0.
In the Melita Second Division, Ghajnsielem registered the second win, beating Gharb Rangers 1-0, courtesy of a Charlon Tabone goal.
Munxar Falcons registered their first win as they beat Zebbug Rovers 4-2. Stefan Farrugia put Munxar ahead but goals by Sylvan Galea and Michael Zerafa made it 2-1 for Zebbug. However a brace by Frank Paul Azzopardi and a goal by Orlando Atzori handed Munxar the three points.
Xaghra United and Qala Saints shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Qala took the lead twice through Manuel Buttigieg but an own goal by Daniel Portelli and a goal by Daniel Bartolo each time restored equilibrium.