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Malta Knight

Rugby League Administrator

Maltese Community Council of Victoria Inc

HQ Phone:  +61 2 9262 9500

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Maltese Community Council of Victoria Inc

31 Market Street

Sydney, New South Wales,2000

Australia

Company Description

The Maltese Community Council of Victoria, Inc. (MCCV) is a non-profit organisation which provides social, cultural, recreational and welfare support to all members of the Maltese Community in the State of Victoria. The MCCV is an umbrella organisation for som...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Malta Rugby League

Board Member


The Rugby League European Federation

Member


British Commonwealth

Member


Education

Leeds Metropolitan University


Web References(35 Total References)


Team - Official Website of the Malta Rugby League (MRL)

www.malteserugbyleague.com [cached]

Miss Malta Knight
MALTA KNIGHTS NATIONAL TEAM APPEARANCES 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 Australian-Maltese rugby league administrator has led the national team to win the 2010 RLEF European Bowl, joint first place (second on points differential) of the 2011 RLEF 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. In 2012, he led Malta to win the Dove Men+Care International Series with a 2-0 home and away series whitewash over Denmark. In his first years in coaching, 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 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.


Coaching Staff - Official Website of the Malta Rugby League (MRL)

www.malteserugbyleague.com [cached]

Miss Malta Knight
Based in Malta, the Australian-Maltese rugby league administrator has led the national team to win the 2010 RLEF European Bowl, joint first place (second on points differential) of the 2011 RLEF 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. In 2012, he led Malta to win the Dove Men+Care International Series with a 2-0 home and away series whitewash over Denmark. In his first years in coaching, 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.


www.malteserugbyleague.com

Miss Malta Knight
Malta got first points on the board with a 24-12 defeat of the Danes on June 9th at Hamrun and Anthony Micallef's squad sees only four changes following the unavailability of Cerketa, Frendo and Davies. The former Cardiff Demons centre has made a name for himself as a regular try scorer since his debut for Malta in 2009. The 24-year-old was a regular selection until his appointment with the Royal Air Force in January and will be a welcome return to the national team fold. Together with his brother Shaun in the team, Paul is one of three players to have represented Malta from the Cardiff Demons club. Had arguably his best game for Malta against Denmark last June after debuting in the red and white against Norway in 2010. Has played often at fullback but can certainly offer value in the centres. He plays rugby league in the UK for the Maltese Exiles and rugby union at National Two level in Wales. Shaun scored one try in Malta's last start win against Denmark in June. Paul, a Widnes St Maries rugby league player, played rugby union Sevens for Malta before making his debut for Malta Rugby League in 2009. The 26-year-old will make his debut for Malta this Saturday in Copenhagen. A back rower, Clifford is a role model for Gozitan rugby players, is accredited as one of only three Level Two coaches in Malta, and was named Ray Morris Medal winner for Maltese Rugby League Player of the Year for 2010-2011. The utility can play centre but is equally damaging in the back row and was Malta's 2011 RLEF European Shield Player of the Tournament. The 20-year-old moved to Malta only 12 months ago and having a Maltese grandmother leaves him eligible to represent Malta after only one season in the MRL Dove Men+Care Championship. Keep has a good rugby league brain despite his young age and debuted for Malta last June. Born and bred in Wigan, Sam has rugby league running through his veins and is expected to be a key player for the game's future in Malta. The prop was referred to the MRL by the RFL's Andy Gilvary following a fact-finding mission to Malta in 2011. The Malta captain was referred to the MRL by former Sharks NRL/Dragons NRL and Malta international Luke Branighan. After a distinguished representative debut, Parker made his debut for Malta in 2009. Maltese born and bred, the Sliema Stomper is a dual Maltese rugby international and was a try scorer in Malta's 24-12 win over Denmark in June. Born and bred in England, Willis has made Malta his home and is eligible thanks to the residency rule, while being a fierce competitor on the rugby pitch with a good knowledge of each form of rugby. The former NRL star has made Super League his home for the past three seasons and the dual Maltese rugby international is arguably one of the most recognisable rugby players in Malta. The Danish are keen to avenge their June 9 loss to Malta in front of a crowd they hope to be numbering approximately 500 or more. Nigel Kitching, head coach of Denmark and a driving force of the 13-man code in Denmark, will have his squad ready to put on a fine display in front of the local crowd, as the Danes host Malta in what is expected to be cold to mild conditions between 10 and 15 degrees; the majority of the Maltese squad coming from a warm 30 degrees on Malta. They brought a physical game to Malta and I'm expecting the same again in Copenhagen but we won't step back from that physical battle. Go Malta! Is Sammet playing! He's a gun. How good's all the Sliema and Gozo guys in the team with the big boyz!


Directors - Official Website of the Malta Rugby League (MRL)

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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.


www.malteserugbyleague.com

Miss Malta Knight


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