During yesterday's Malta Sports Journalists Association's Annual General Meeting, Lorraine Cunningham was confirmed as General Secretary, after Mark Mizzi stepped down from this role. President Sandro Micallef thanked Mark Mizzi on behalf of the Executive Committee and all the associated members, for the hard work and dedication shown by him for being instrumental in the various MSJA's activities. Lorraine Cunningham who was the only candidate to occupy the post of General Secretary was unanimously approved by those present at the AGM. This proved to be a mile stone in the Maltese Sports Journalism and of course for the MSJA to have the first female General Secretary in history.
Fuq inizjattiva tal-Għaqda Ġurnalisti Sports, matul din is-sena skolastika ngħata bidu għal proġett edukattiv bil-kollaborazzjoni tal-Kumitat Olimpiku Malti u bl-appoġġ tal-Ministeru għall-Edukazzjoni u x-Xogħol. Waqt żjara li għamel waqt l-aħħar sessjoni ta’ din is-sena skolastika, il-Ministru għall-Edukazzjoni u x-Xogħol Evarist Bartolo faħħar din l-inizjattiva li tikkumplimenta s-sistema tal-edukazzjoni prattika. Il-Ministru spjega li matul din is-sena skolastika saru b’kollox ħames żjarat fi skejjel imħallta bejn skejjel tal-gvern, privati, u anke tal-Knisja, fejn ingħatat l-opportunità lill-istudenti, li kienu jvarjaw bejn studenti tat-tielet, tar-raba’ u tal-ħames sena, jesperjenzaw professjoni partikolari li forsi ftit li xejn tisemma bħala karriera possibbli li wieħed jista’ jimraħ fiha. Is-Segretarju Parlamentari għaż-Żgħażagħ, Sport u Għaqdiet tal-Volontarjat Clifton Grima inkoraġġixxa lill-Għaqda Ġurnalisti Sports u lill-Kumitat Olimpiku Malti sabiex ikomplu jaħdmu flimkien b’ideat oħra wara s-suċċess ta’ dan il-proġett. Hu tenna li f’dan il-proġett l-istudenti qed jingħataw togħma tal-professjoni ta’ ġurnalist tal-isport kif ukoll l-opportunità li jifhmu aħjar l-irwol ta’ min jaħdem f’dan ix-xogħol, kemm bħala xandar, ġurnalist fuq [...]
The Malta Sports Journalists Association congratulated the Malta Olympic Committee for the total of 5 medals won at the Commonwealth games.
The Malta Sports Journalists Association congratulated the Maltese Sports Community for winning a bronze medal at the Commonwealth games in Gold coast 2018 by the Women’s four team in the Lawn Bowls. The Sports Media would like to compliment not only the four women players that just won the medal at the commonwealth games in the lawn bowls but also the Malta Olympic Committee for this great success. This medal followed the other four medals that were won in the past in the Commonwealth games from Judoka Laurie Pace in 1990 in Auckland New Zealand (Bronze in Judo), William Chetcuti in 2002 in Manchester and 2006 in Melbourne (Bronze in the double Trap) and Rebecca Madyson in 200 in Melbourne (Silver in the double Trap). The Malta Sports Journalists Association wishes the Malta Olympic Committee and all the athletes at the Commonwealth games Australia more positive results until the closing [...]
The Malta Sports Journalists Association complimented with great satisfaction the result of Malta’s trap shooter Brian Galea for the outstanding result at the Commonwealth Games 2018 in Gold Coast Australia when he managed to win a bronze medal in his discipline. The success that Galea managed to secure was not a coincidence but was a result that summed up a lot of sacrifices, hard work and intense training. This was also the result of a very well organized association i.e. the MSSF. Regardless all the limitations that the Association passed through the same organization managed to keep the standards high and kept the professionalism throughout the years. A well-deserved achievement also to the Malta Olympic Committee members for giving the right and ideal tools to the athletes in order to be elite or professional in their Sport so as to get better results in international competitions. This was the fourth [...]