BOV Women’s League: Mgarr, Swieqi score seven

Swieqi United and Mgarr United registered identical 7-0 wins on Tuesday in match day 3 of the BOV Women’s League.

At the Mgarr Ground, Swieqi defeated San Gwann. Andy Zammit Mizzi put Swieqi ahead on the 12th minute and six minutes later, Kelly Agius Pace doubled the score. Agius Pace made it 3-0 on the 29th and just before the end of the first half, Dorianne Theuma scored Swieqi’s fourth. Two minutes in the second half, Mandy Debono increased the lead with Simone Buttigieg adding another on the 71st and Amy Busuttil scoring the seventh goal on the 83rd.

SAN GWANN Alayah Borg, Shania Borg, Annabelle Rapa (Kylie Micallef), Lara Mae Vella, Lynn Mifsud, Rhea Borg, Yulya Carella (Adele Calleja), Amy Galea, Nicole Saliba (Leona Vella), Francesca Zarb, Thresa Scicluna (Daniela Camilleri).

SWIEQI Mandy Caruana, Andy Zammit Mizzi (Demi Magrin), Jessica Lee Dimech, Dorianne Theuma, Jade Flask, Emma Xuereb (Amy Busuttil), Simone Buttigieg (Chloe Ann Ellul), Mandy Debono (Kayleigh Chetcuti), Shona Zammit, Jade Schembri, Kelly Agius Pace (Elise Abela).

Referee: Michelle Mizzi

At the Centenary Stadium, Brenda Borg scored five as Mgarr United defeated Mtarfa.

Borg scored on the 7th and the 11th to hand Mgarr a two goal lead in the first half and was quick to score twice early in the second half – on the 47th and 49th – to put them four goals ahead. An Amber Grech brace on the 52nd and 70th increased the lead further before Brenda Borg scored Mgarr’s seventh four minutes from time.

MTARFA Dorienne Grech, Lorna Maria Cassar, Sarah Cassar, Sarah Cassar Dymond (Katie Gribbon), Corine Deguara (Kirsty Paris), Kelsey Ann Vella, Julianne Camilleri, Shanie Marie Spiteri, Rebecca Zammit, Darya Attard, Marie Claire Tabone (Marie Lou Camilleri).

MGARR Patricia Ebejer, Abigail Camilleri, Maia Melanie Debono, Angelique Schembri (Daniela Said Ebejer), Rodiana Borg, Nicole Cutajar (Mirayah Aquilina), Jasmine Vella Turner, Leanne Cefai (Maria Mizzi), Rebecca Bajada, Brenda Borg, Amber Grech.

Referee: Raiden Psaila

On Wednesday, Birkirkara beat Raiders Lija 3-0 at the Centenary Stadium.

An own goal by Georgiana Mifsud on the 17th minute paved the way for Melania Bajada’s side. Lexine Farrugia doubled the score on the half hour and Charlene Zammit sealed the issue with a third goal on the 76th.

B’KARA Nina Dimech, Gabriella Zahra (Mariah Sciberras), Ann-Marie Said, Lexine Farrugia, Stephania Farrugia, Tracy Teuma, Alishia Sultana (Ruth Steer Chetham), Sara Saliba (Valentina Rapa), Yasmeen Bajada (Izabella Camilleri), Charlene Zammit, Michela Felice (Mariah Cardona).

RAIDERS Giulia D’Antuono, Rebecca Vella (Sabrin Blihi), Sarah Caruana, Monique Sultana, Maya Lucia, Anna Aloisio, Leah Alice Ayres (Laura Muscat), Michela Bonello Ghio, Miriana Conti (Gaia Antonelli), Sarah Vella Barbieri (Eva Codermatz), Georgiana Mifsud.

Referee: Scott Harrison

Meanwhile after match day 3, Birkirkara lead the way with maximum points in the Women’s Under-20 League. The Stripes defeated Raiders Lija 4-1, San Gwann 6-1 and Kirkop United 3-0.

Raiders and San Gwann share second place with Swieqi United. Raiders Lija bounced back from the defeat to Birkirkara with a 4-2 win over Mgarr United and a 3-0 win over Swieqi United. San Gwann defeated Kirkop 2-1 and after losing to Birkirkara, beat Mgarr 2-0. Swieqi, on the other hand, defeated Mgarr 4-0 and Kirkop 2-0 in their first two outings before losing to Raiders.

Kirkop United and Mgarr United lie at the bottom of the table without any points.