University of Malta ended their commitments in the Gatorade Futsal League with a 9-1 defeat to leaders Luxol.
The latter dominated for long stretches of the match and established a 6-0 lead before half time. In the second half, the St Andrews outfit controlled the proceedings and scored three more goals to rubberstamp their victory. Dejan Bizjak was in fine form as he netted a poker while Carl Azzopardi, Frane Despotovic, Emil Raducu, Celino Alves and an own goal were on the mark for Luxol. Martin Caruana scored the students’ consolation goal.
Last year’s champions Valletta edged Swieqi 4-3 in a highly interesting encounter. Both teams, who are assured of a play-off spot, wanted to end their second round commitments on a positive note. Valletta had the last laugh as they had Josef Borg, Melvin Borg, Denis di Maio and Xavier Saliba on target. Boicho Marev was twice on the mark while Kurt Bartolo added another one for Swieqi.
Meanwhile in the Gatorade First Division, Sliema Wanderers won the top of the table clash as they saw off Msida St Joseph 8-6. The match was a roller coaster of emotions as both teams gave their all during this match. Serbian duo Radovan Duric and Aleksandar Ribic were inspirational for their team as they netted a hat-trick with Mauro Busuttil and Nikolay Filipov adding two more for the Wanderers. Msida who had a never-say-die attitude, scored their goals through a double from Chris Cardona while Chris Cutajar, Mohammed Elamari, Liam Cachia and George Frendo.
Mriehel returned to winning ways after an 8-2 victory over Qormi Futsal while two identical scores were registered as Tarxien JMI and Marsascala Construct Furniture saw off Swieqi Under-21 and Safi San Lorenzo 5-4 respectively. Qrendi routed Zurrieq Wolves 17-3 to gain their fifth success of the season.