San Ġiljan asserted their superiority over Sirens when they stepped into the driving seat from the word ‘go’ to keep their pristine start to the season.
Sirens gave their more-quoted opponents a two-goal start when Andreas Galea converted two penalties and then Mattias Ortoleva made the most of a Sirens’ indecision to make it 3-0.
At the other end, Jerome Zerafa Gregory was well fed in the centre and he made no mistake with seconds to go for the end of the first session.
A snap-shot by Ortoleva on a cross pass by Galea before Nikolai Zammit filtered through to flock in and make it 5-1.
Sirens missed their first man-up but then an open goal from Jacob Sciberras reduced the deficit for them.
The deployment of Ortoleva on the left and left-hander Zammit on the right flank was stretching the Sirens’ defensive shield as the Northenders changed ends in arrears by six goals.
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