Four Maltese clubs have qualified for the FMA Enemed Futsal Premier League play-offs

Luxol St Andrews, Valletta, Ta’ Xbiex, and the University of Malta have all confirmed their participation in the Futsal Maltese Association (FMA) Enemed Futsal Premier League play-offs, which will take place at the National Sports School Pavillion in the coming days.

Even the Enemed Challenger League is reaching a critical juncture, with eight teams vying for the title. Mellieħa SC Futsal and St George’s FC Futsal have advanced to the Enemed Challenger Championship semi-finals.

Naxxar FC Futsal, Siġġiewi FC Futsal, Żurrieq FC Futsal, and Qormi FC Futsal are the other teams competing for a place in the final four. Luxol defeated Valletta Futsal 5-3 in the most-anticipated match of the last round of matches played last week. The Citizens were always behind their opponents, but on three occasions they were able to bring the game back to a tie. Despite this, the St Andrews team took advantage of some defensive flaws to score two fast goals and maintain their flawless record.

Melvin Borg scored a hat trick for the victors, who also had goals from Maicon, Dylan Musu, and Everton Veve. Jhonn Anderson, Brayan Silva, and Emerson Felipe, Valletta’s Colombian trio, were on target. Ta’ Xbiex were just a few seconds away from winning third place in the standings, but a late University of Malta comeback thwarted them.

Ta’ Xbiex got off to a flying start, with Stefi Cale, Jonathan Caruana, and Ivan Vadillo Delgado taking the lead. University of Malta responded with goals from Paul Scerri and Mohammed Elamari to draw the game level.

St George’s reinforced their recent fine form with a 7-2 win over Naxxar Futsal in the Enemed Challenger League. Cottonera’s players Faisal Alnakuoo and Liam Caruana each scored a brace in an impressive effort. Matthew Scicluna, Leon Camilleri, and Vuk Rankovic, on the other hand, signed the score sheet. The Lions’ score was cut in half thanks to Sean Parnis and Jurgen Gauci.