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Miss Malta Knight

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Company Description: The Malta Rugby League (MRL) and Gateshead Storm are committing to further develop the strong links that already exist between RFL North-East and rugby league in...   more

Employment History

  • Rugby League Administrator
  • Captain
    Malta Knights
  • Caretaker Coach
    Malta Knights

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    British Commonwealth


  • Leeds Metropolitan University
  • Ms Katrina Muscat
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Web References
Team - Official Website of the Malta Rugby League (MRL), 30 Jan 2013 [cached]
Miss Malta Knight
A long term bicep injury in his debut as captain then limited his ability to represent the national team until his return to the national team for one appearance when Malta took on Lebanon in 2006.
Sammut captained Malta in their first ever rugby league international on Maltese soil in 2005 and is the longest serving (2004 to 2008) captain of the Malta Knights.
Found at fullback in his junior days, Sammut moved into the halves for Malta and decided to call it a day in rugby league with retirement at Floriana Stadium when Malta overcame the British Defence Forces 34 to 24 in 2007.
Daniel is a dual rugby international having previously played for Malta's national rugby union team.
Daniel retired formally before the 2011 European Shield, later surprising everyone with an appearance for the depleted Malta team against Norway in Malta's home fixture of the 2011 European Shield after a last ditch call for him to play by Malta coach Anthony Micallef.
Based in Malta, the Maltese-Australian rugby league administrator led the national team to win the 2010 European Bowl, joint first place (second on points differential) of the 2011 European Shield against Germany and Norway; and rates the second half performance of Malta against Norway in 2011 as the greatest half of football one of his teams has been involved in - when the Maltese scored 40 points to nil against their Scandinavian opposition.
Micallef experienced much success coaching at junior level in the Penrith District Junior Rugby League in Australia with the St Marys club before his move to Malta in 2008.
With the Maltese team, Micallef regularly praises the assistance of key senior players including national team captain Chris Parker and Bradford Bulls star Jarrod Sammut for their leadership and mentor roles they fulfill throughout visits to Malta in representing the national team.
The Australia-based duo of Joe Grima and Tony Farr led Maltese Rugby League throughout its early fixtures in Australia from 2004 to 2008 with Grima taking charge of Malta's international in Malta in 2005 and Farr holding the caretaker role in 2008 against the British Defence Forces.
Together with assistant coach Tony Farr, the coaches enjoyed success with the MRL including Malta's last minute victory over Greece in Sydney and a smashing performance against Portugal in 2008.
The Malta Rugby League (MRL) is directed by a voluntary Board of Directors based internationally across Malta, Australia and the United Kingdom.
In Malta, the MRL is also assisted by the MRL Governing Council.
In Malta, through the Rugby League European Federation (RLEF), a Malta Development Officer - Anthony Micallef, is also based.
Malta - Official Website of the Malta Rugby League (MRL), 20 Nov 2012 [cached]
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Located in the Mediterranean Sea, just south of Sicily, the Maltese archipelago basically consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Com ino. Their total population in 2000 was 382,525. The largest island of the group is Malta, from which the archipelago takes its name. In 2000, it had a population of just over 352,835.
Valletta, the capital, is the cultural, administrative and commercial centre of the archipelago. Malta is well served with harbours, chief of which is the Valletta Grand Harbour. Malta's international airport is situated five kilometres from the capital.
The second largest island, Gozo is topographically quite different from Malta. Quaintly attractive for its less industrialised way of life, Gozo can be reached from Malta by ferry-boat from Cirkewwa and Pieta, near Valletta, and by helicopter from the airport.
Comino, Cominotto, Filfla and St Paul's Islet are the other major features of the archipelago. Of these, only Comino, straddled between Malta and Gozo, sustains a very tiny population. Turned into a popular resort because of a couple of very fine beaches, Comino can be reached from Cirkewwa, either by boat or by excursion ferries during the summer months.
The distance between Malta and the nearest point in Sicily is 93 km. The distance from the nearest point on the North African mainland (Tunisia) is 288 km. Gibraltar is 1,826 km to the west and Alexandria is 1,510 km to the east.
This strategic position has allowed Malta to develop as an important trading post. The Malta Freeport is one of the Mediterranean's leading ports for container transhipments.
Malta has no mountains or rivers. The terrain is low and rocky with coastal cliffs.
Malta has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters.
Nonetheless Malta has many thriving family farms and vineyards. The island has many species of wildflowers and trees include the almond, fig, olive and the evergreen oak.
Malta has a variety of birds and over two hundred species have been recorded in the Ghadira nature reserve. The wetlands of the Ghadira reserve are also the home to many species of plants and small animals.
Architecture Malta has examples of Neolithic and Bronze Age structures that are on the World Heritage List. These include the Hal Saflien Hypogeum, an enormous underground burial chamber, dating back to around 3600 BC and the seven Megalithic Temples of Malta on the islands of Malta and Gozo.
Mdina and Rabat date back to the Bronze Age. Built on one of Malta's highest points, Medina has a number of medieval buildings: palaces, houses and a baroque cathedral.
The historic city of Valetta, Malta's capital, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It has over three hundred historical monuments including the Palace of the Grand Masters, the Cathedral of St John and beautiful churches built by the Knights of Malta (the Order of St John).
The population of Malta was 400,420 in 2003.
Lampuki pie, made using dorado fish, is one of Malta's national dishes.
Malta and Gozo have been inhabited for over five thousand years.
In 1530 the Spanish passed Malta to the Order of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem. The French arrived in 1798 and after the Napoleonic Wars Britain acquired the island.
The British remained in Malta until the island became independent in 1964. Ten years later Malta became a republic. Malta retained its links with the UK becoming a member of the British Commonwealth.
In December 2002 Malta took part in EU accession negotiations with nine other countries (Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia). The Accession Treaty was signed on 16 April 2003 with 1 May 2004 the formal entry date.
Economy Malta is an important centre for shipping services, finance and tourism.
The service sector provides employment for over seventy percent of Malta's working population and just over twenty-five percent work in industry (shipbuilding and repair, construction, furniture, electronics, textiles, clothing, footwear, food and beverages).
Around three percent of the labour-force work in the agricultural sector and some of Malta's food is imported. Agricultural products include wheat, barley, potatoes, green peppers, tomatoes, figs, grapes, oranges, lemons, melons, strawberries and honey. Poultry, goats, pigs, sheep and cattle are reared. Fishing plays a minor part in the overall economy but has a traditional role in the provision of food for the Maltese family.
Arts Malta is well known for its arts and crafts: handmade lace, wrought ironwork, filigree silver and pottery. Pottery is the oldest of Maltese crafts and there are examples of pottery from early times, such as "The Sleeping Lady" found at the ancient burial chamber of Hypogeum.
Among Malta's best-known artists are the ceramist and sculptor Gabriel Caruana (1929) and the modern artist Alfred Chircop (1933).
Directors - Official Website of the Malta Rugby League (MRL), 30 Jan 2013 [cached]
Miss Malta Knight
The Malta Rugby League (MRL) is directed by a voluntary Board of Directors based internationally across Malta, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Miss Malta ..., 20 Nov 2012 [cached]
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The Sydney based research index of owner Mr Charles Said Vassallo was the MRL's first sponsor in Malta after they took Rugby's 13-man code to the Maltese Islands in 2005.
David Axisa, a member of the 2005 touring party to Malta and these days manager of the Australian development arm of the MRL, said the sponsorship would carry on from where it left off.
Axisa added, "The project has been a firm supporter of our Rugby League development dating back to 2005 at Marsa Stadium when Maltagenealogy was the Malta Knights national team main jersey sponsor for the first match ever to be played in Malta"
Miss Malta Knight ..., 25 Aug 2008 [cached]
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