League reports

First Division

St Panteleimon 5 KLN 2

An excellent game at the Silver Jubilee stadium between the hosts St Panteleimon and the visitors KLN. After 15 minutes the impressive Igli sevaj opened the scoring with clinical strike into the bottom corner. A second quickly followed, again through Igli, with a glorious chip over the keeper from 25 yards.  Just before the stroke of half time Igli completed his hatrick giving the Saints a 3-0 lead at the break.  KLN started very strongly in the second half and we're rewarded with a goal from Max Papacosta on 60 minutes.  A second for KLN came on 80 minutes again through Max Papacosta. making the score 3-2.  The Saints were forced to find their rhythm again and did so through man of the match Costas Mina who scored a 4th for the Saints.  Nikos Salapatas then scored a fantastic goal that he started and finished himself with some great interplay with Roberto Katsikas. Final score 5-2 to St. Panteleimon. 

Second Division

Asha 5 Maronites 2

The game didn't start well for Asha, as they went down 2-0 down in the first 10 minutes. and could have been a complete disaster for them but somehow the Maronites didn't take advantage of the opportunities they had and the game finished 0-2 at half time with both goals coming from George

Within 10 minutes of restart Ellis, scored two great goals in quick succession for Asha to make the scoreline 2-2.

Asha from then on picked up their game and there was only one winner from then on, winning every tackle and create more openings and more goalscoring opportunities.

Chris Spyrou put Asha ahead on 65 minutes and a couple of minutes later again scoring to make it 4-2 to the home side.

Ellis got a slight injury and Antonio came on, and what a difference he made, playing the long balls to feed Adem and Chris upfront and opportunities being wasted. Finally, Adem got a penalty 5 minutes before the end which Chris Spyrou slotted in for his hat trick.

LFA Sunday Challenge cup

3rd Round

New Salamis 6 Milldean 0

A very convincing win for New Salamis and puts them in the quarter finals of the LFA Sunday Cup which means that if Omonia beat FC Culvers they will be the opponents for the red’s.

So its great that we have two of our community teams in the quarter final New Salamis and Olympia with a possibility of a third in Omonia.

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