Sirens confirmed their potential in this game but !

  SIRENS ASC…………………..8 NEPTUNES LEO VEGAS….9 (3-2), (0-2), (2-4), (3-1) Neptunes Leo Vegas returned to winning ways as they held on to beat a very confident Sirens 9-8 to climb into third place and keep up their title hopes well alive. It was a very tense game, as Neptunes knew before the game that only a win will do, […]

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Sirens put the leaders under pressure for most of the game

  SAN ĠILJAN TUM INVEST…9 SIRENS ASC……………………7 (2-2), (3-1), (2-1), (2-3) League leaders San Ġiljan Tum Invest had to fight hard to finish the game as winners, defeating a resilient Sirens side 9-7. Coach Marko Orlovic can be satisfied with the win, but will go to the drawing board thinking where his team could be better as players like […]

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Sirens and Exiles share spoils

  SIRENS ASC…………………………….6 EXILES JETFREIGHT…………………6 (2-2), (1-0), (1-1), (2-3) Sirens and Exiles Jetfreight took a point each as they finished 6-6 in a stalemate. It was a goal right at the end of the game by Sean Xerri de Caro that denied Sirens to stay with maximum points. It was a quiet match, where Exiles’ determination proved to be […]

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Wishes of goodwill and thanks

Sirens ASC would like to thank outgoing Parliamentary Secretary for Research, Innovation, Youth and Sport Honourable Chris Agius for his sterling work over the past years and congratulate the  Honourable Dr. Clifton Grima, being appointed as the new  Parliamentary Secretary responsible for Youths, Sports and Voluntary Organisations.  We wish both members of parliament all the best […]

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