Sirens bounced back from the mid-week defeat to Santa Lucia as a brace by Wilfried Domoraud paved the way for a 3-1 win over Gudja United at the Centenary Stadium on Saturday.
A win which enables Sirens to join Santa Lucia in the eighth place on 15 points while Gudja missed out on the opportunity to join Hibernians on top the BOV Premier League table.
Sirens took the lead on the 19th minute when Imanol Gonzalez handled the ball inside the area and from the penalty spot, Wilfried Domoraud converted.
Wilfried Domoraud doubled the score four minutes from the end of the first half when he pounced on a back pass by Jurgen Farrugia from midfield and finished off his run with an angled shot from the right which beat Gudja goalkeeper Glenn Zammit.
On the hour, Sirens made it 3-0, courtesy of Maxuell Maia da Silva who tapped the ball home from close range following a cross by Samba Tounkara from the right.
Gudja pulled one back twelve minutes from time through Gabriel Mensah who slotted the ball past Montfort when served by Tensior Gusman from the right.
GUDJA Glenn Zammit, Jurgen Farrugia, Yuri Messias, Aidan Friggieri, Terence Vella (46′ Dale Camilleri), Llywelyn Cremona (60′ Tensior Gusman), Gabriel Mensah, Imanol Gonzalez Benac, Juan Andres Bolanos, Justin Grioli, Patrick Silva Mota (77′ James Brincat).
Coach: Jesmond Zammit
SIRENS Miguel Montfort, Wellington de Oliveira, Sergio Raphael dos Anjos (90′ Luke Grech), Maxuell Maia da Silva, Wilfried Domoraud, Jacob Walker, Adrian Borg, Samba Tounkara, Ryan Scicluna, Terence Agius (81′ Angel Manuel Bustos), Thiago Espindola.
Coach: Steve D’Amato
Referee: Fyodor Zammit
Assistant Referees: Mitchell Scerri, Darko Stankovic
Fourth Official: Glen Tonna
Yellow Cards: Farrugia, Grioli
BOV Player of the Match: Wilfried Domoraud