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DINGLI AND MARSA REACH FINAL

Dingli Desana and Marsa White Stars will be contesting the final of the Tools Planet pre-season tournament after they eliminated champions Mosta Shaggy’s and Wardija respectively.

The tournament was a success and level of play clearly showed that Masters’ competitions are being taken seriously. All teams seem well prepared and point to a very good contested season.

Both semi-finals were well contested and teams besides introducing new players, some also made use of the rule, and registered and played their foreign player. The scope behind this tournament was achieved with success, that to give a good trial to new players.

DINGLI DESANA showed class when beating champions MOSTA SHAGGY’S 9-6, with Charlo Magro being their star player scoring five and dominant in whatever he did.

There was good co-ordination and they will be stronger being with their best team Mosta were losing 4-2 and in the second period made a desperate effort and managed to get near 8-6, but Dingli came back and scored the all-important goal to settle the game.

MARSA WHITE STARS left a very good impression when they beat WARDIJA 6-2 to reach the final. They got a strong team with new excellent players. On this show, they look well-prepared to go all out for honours this season.

This is the second time that they reached the final. The score was 3-1 in their favour after the first half, but Marsa continued their scoring mood and with ten minutes left they got another three goals to make sure with Wardija getting a goal at the very end.

Wardija were a disappointing side, short of good idea to pass through the organised defence of Marsa.

Next fixtures
5 September
7.30pm FINAL: DINGLI DESANA - MARSA WHITE STARS

GOOD WIN NY MALTESE MASTERS SELECTION 0/35

Maltese Masters Team o/35, had a god win against a selection of English amateur players 7-0. The Maltese players again dominated.

Some of them have been together in Masters Teams for the last three years now. In the first half they already had a 4-0 advantage.

The English team had some good moments, but seemed tired and not well prepared physically.

The scorers for Malta were Gilbert Scerri who got three, and one each by Michael Borg Olivier, Kevin Loughborough, Ibrahim Tarik, and Simon Shields.


















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