First defeat for Sirens

junior waterpolo




Sliema Betsson……13

(2-4), (1-5), (1-3), (1-1)

Sliema Betsson produced positive waterpolo to easily win 13-5 against Sirens in a game that wasn’t expected to turn the way it did. This win put Sliema alone in second place while gave the first defeat for Sirens after two draws.

Bogdan Rath’s team built a two-goal advantage winning the first session 4-2 and dictated the second session in which they managed to score five consecutive goals, to open a seven goal margin, as Brownrigg made the score 9-3 before the end of the second session.

The game was won and lost, and Sliema could control the game with no difficulty in the third session, as they scored from Michael Spiteri Staines and a brace by Christian Cluett to overlap Luke Caruana’s goal. The same rhythm was kept in the last session as Sliema won by an eight-goal margin.

Sirens: N. Grixti, M. Sciberras, N. Farrugia, J. Sciberras (1), M. Grech, J. Zerafa Gregory, N. Lubrano, D. Cutajar, J. Napier, J. Brownrigg (1), L. Caruana (1), O. Gauci, C. Mercieca (2)

Sliema: R. Coleiro, J. Gabarretta (2), E. Aquilina (1), C. Cluett (2), M. Meli (1), K. Dowling (1), M. Spiteri Staines (4), B. Cachia, L. Galea, A. Attard (1), Z. Mizzi, N. Bugelli (1), Z. Sciberras

Referees: Alex De Raffaele, Peter Balzan



Link to – Malta Independent


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