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Birkirkara, Mġarr United meet in top women’s league match
Oct 22, 2019
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BOV Women's League
Brenda Borg (Mġarr United) and Kailey Willis (Birkirkara). PHOTO: Amanda Magri
Brenda Borg (Mġarr United) and Kailey Willis (Birkirkara). PHOTO: Amanda Magri

Matchday three of the BOV Women’s League has a top game in store as joint-leaders Birkirkara and Mġarr United will take on each other on Tuesday. 


Swieqi United vs Kirkop United (Tuesday – Mosta Ground, 20.15)

 

After opening their 2019/2020 season with a 1-1 draw against Raiders Għargħur, Swieqi United obtained their first win after beating Hibernians last week.

 

It was a fine display from the Oranges who had three players scoring a brace – Emma Xuereb, Jade Flask and Kelly Agius Pace – together with youngster Celeste Grech who added the other goal.

 

Their first goal of the season was scored by Ruth Steer Chetham.

 

Two points behind the joint-leaders, Swieqi United will be eyeing another three points to keep the top position in sight.
Kirkop United, on their part, have endured a tough start to the season with two straight defeats at the hands of Mġarr United and Birkirkara.

 

Raiders Għargħur vs Mosta (Tuesday – Dingli Ground, 20.15)

 

After last week’s break, Raiders Għargħur return to action as they take on Mosta. The Għargħur-based team opened their season with a 1-1 stalemate and will be looking to claim their first win of the season.

 

On the other hand, Mosta opened their season with a defeat against Mġarr United. Like Kirkop and Hibernians, the Blues will be looking to get off the mark. 

 

Mġarr United vs Birkirkara (Tuesday – Mġarr Ground, 20.15)

 

The big match of the week sees champions Birkirkara take on Mġarr United.
Both teams have a perfect record after two straight wins, hence this game has taken on added significance as it’s a direct clash between the early leaders.

 

The Stripes have been very solid at the back – only one goal conceded – while scoring 15 goals with newly-signed Loza Abera already leading the top scorers’ sheet with four goals followed by team-mate Kailey Willis on three.

 

Mġarr have scored 10 goals in their first two games with Brenda Borg leading the way with three goals after her hat-trick against Mosta.

 

STANDINGS

Birkirkara, Mġarr United 6 points; Swieqi United 4; Raiders Għargħur 1; Mosta, Kirkop United, Hibernians 0.
MD3 bye: Hibernians. 

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