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VALLETTA WIN AGAIN

There were more interesting games this week in the two divisions of Masters Football, in which Valletta won their second consecutive game, while champions Mosta lost their first match.

In the Mapfre MSV Life Masters Premier League, B’kara Masters registered their first win in a difficult encounter beating champions MOSTA SHAGGY’S 10-7.

The game was balanced for most of the time, but B’kara having Edwin Camillleri as player coach, was more determined and were always in control. They were always in front and despite a late effort by Mosta, they kept cool and gained the three points. The champions must show progress if they want to defend the title they won last season.

DINGLI DESANA and WARDIJA MASTERS produced a ense but a game with some attractive play with Dingli winnning 8-5.Both teams have the quality of players to be one of the protagonists this season.

At first Wardija seemed a little bit better, and went for the break in the lead 4-3. However, in the second half they did a mistake, trying to defend, also William Barbosa who so far was very constructive up in front.

With Dingli increasing the pressure, they startled their opponent with three quick goals to go infront, a lead they managed to control till the end.

In the Cisk Masters Division One League, Valleta St. Pauli gave a good performance in beating ZABBAR ST. PATRICK 16-7.

Valetta showed some quality football and were confident in what they did to register their second consecutive win. On the other hand Zabbar must show improvement and be competitive.

Valletta were always in control with Zabbar failing to react strongly and were always running after their opponents.

ZURRIEQWOLVES u TAL-QROQQ VERSITY were great promotion for true sportmanship, played in fast rhytem all through. A draw 8-8, was a fair result.

It was an interesting game, seeing both teams improving their standard, after they had lost their first game. Zurrieq Wolves were 6-5 in the lead after the first half.

But in the second 30 minutes, Tal-Qroqq produced better moves and got the deserved goals, even though being denied on several occasions by some spectacular saves by the goalkeeper.
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