Premier Division Review: Round 17

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There is no doubt that Mons Calpe got the result of the Round on Sunday evening after they ended Lincoln’s unbeaten run with an emphatic 3-1 vicotry over the Imps. Europa had earlier seen Man 62 off to leave the Green and Blacks 8 points behind the leaders. United and St Joseph’s continued their personal tussle for third place as both teams scored wins. Meanwhile Glacis United were once again involved in a scoreline with 6 as they put Lions to the sword 6-2.

Round 18 sees 1st vs 3rd and 2nd vs 4th as Lincoln, St Joseph’s, Europa and United play each other in a titanic weekend of football where all four teams are desperate for the points in play. A titanic clash as well at the foot of the table when Man 62 and Lynx face each other. The former know wins are vital as games are running out while the latter will seek to put more distance between them and the bottom two. Phoenix and Lions and Mons versus Glacis close Round 18; the last of the second round.

Round Seventeen Results

Lynx F.C. (Badr)     1   3 St Joseph’s F.C. (Lopez, Verdejo, Cornejo)
Glacis United F.C. (Cerezo 3, Perez, Thomas, Hoyos)     6   2 Lions F.C. (Gomez, Caravaca)
Europa F.C. (Gonzalez, Kike 2, Carreno)     4   1 Manchester 62 F.C. (Diaz)
Lincoln Red Imps F.C. (Falu)     1   3 Mons Calpe S.C. (Blanco, Cascio, Onega)
Gibraltar Phoenix F.C.     0   1 Gibraltar United (Elghobashy)

Round Eighteen Fixtures

Mons Calpe S.C.     Vs Glacis United F.C.
Lions F.C.     Vs Gibraltar Phoenix F.C.
Gibraltar United     Vs Europa F.C.
Manchester 62 F.C.     Vs Lynx F.C.
St Joseph’s F.C.     Vs Lincoln Red Imps F.C.

League Table as of 1-4-2018

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