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Valletta Play Last Match With Average Age Of 20

Valletta Play Last Match With Average Age Of 20
May 3 2024 Share

Valletta FC relied on their youthful talents in their final Premier League appearance, aiming for a swift return after relegation.

Buoyed by their young players’ contributions against Gudja United, the team bid farewell to the league with a victory, showcasing promise despite a disappointing season. Fielding their youngest-ever lineup, with an average age of just 20, Valletta included several Youth League champions in their squad.

Prior to kickoff, they paid tribute to former striker and coach Danilo Doncic. The match saw Valletta dominate, with goals from Shaun Dimech, Klose Azzopardi Conti, and Keyon Ewurum.

Although Gudja United managed to score, they struggled against Valletta’s youthful energy. Valletta’s victory, however, was overshadowed by their upcoming FA Trophy semifinal clash against Birkirkara.

Despite resting key players, Sliema comfortably defeated Sirens, with Danil Kondrakov scoring a brace and Neil Frendo adding another. The win marked Sliema’s 14th of the season, reaching the 50-point mark.

While the match lacked intensity, it provided valuable preparation for the upcoming semifinal showdown. Despite lineup changes, Sliema capitalized on a weakened Sirens side to secure a convincing victory.

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Men Dressed As Bride & Toddler At Airport For Bachelor’s

Men Dressed As Bride & Toddler At Airport For Bachelor's
May 3 2024 Share

Well, looks like a trend is catching on.

In a video shared to social media, two men emerging from the airport bathroom can be seen donning a bride’s dress and a toddler’s outfit.

 

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One of the men emerges from the bathroom sucking on his thumb and with a dirty nappy, whereas the second man comes out in full white dress.

This follows a similar video shared on TikTok which showed a groom wearing a bride’s dress for the entire trip towards their destination as part of his bachelor’s trip.

What do you make of this spreading trend?

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Moment Maltese Father & Son Reunite In Japan After 7 Years

Moment Maltese Father & Son Reunite In Japan After 7 Years
May 3 2024 Share

A wholesome video uploaded by Ilwien on social media shows the moment Maltese father and son John and Damian after 7 years.

Damian had been living in Japan for 7 years, and his father John has finally managed to visit him due to the distance proving to be difficult for a quick reunion.

However, this made for an immensely wholesome moment as the two hugged it out at the airport, clearly emotional after such a long time apart.

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Roberta Metsola Awarded Honorary Life Membership by National Council of Women

Roberta Metsola Awarded Honorary Life Membership by National Council of Women
May 3 2024 Share

Malta’s National Council of Women (NCW) bestowed Honorary Life Membership upon Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament, in a ceremony held in Valletta. Dr. Rebecca Berry Wellman, President of NCW, lauded Metsola’s leadership, describing her as an exemplary politician, woman, and mother.

The honor was granted in acknowledgment of Metsola’s unwavering commitment to integrity, transparency, and the rule of law, as well as her advocacy for gender equality and empowerment. Dr. Berry Wellman highlighted Metsola’s significant contributions during her presidency, including the enactment of groundbreaking directives such as the Violence Against Women Directive, the Women on Boards Directive, and the Pay Transparency Directive.

Dr. Berry Wellman emphasized that Metsola’s leadership and advocacy serve as inspiration for countless women aspiring to political leadership roles and contributing to legislative efforts promoting gender equality. Metsola, reflecting on her journey as one of the first Maltese female MEPs elected to the European Parliament, stressed the importance of breaking the glass ceiling for future generations of women.

Metsola acknowledged the progress made by women but cautioned against taking it for granted, emphasizing that it resulted from the sacrifices and dedication of individuals and organizations like the National Council of Women. She urged women not to underestimate the significance of their achievements and to continue striving for progress in gender equality.

In her closing remarks, Metsola referenced the distinguished list of Honorary Life Members within the National Council of Women, which includes trailblazing politicians who served as role models for future generations. She encouraged women to follow their example and take active roles in shaping legislative and governing processes.

The conferral of Honorary Life Membership upon Roberta Metsola serves as a testament to her tireless efforts in advancing women’s rights and leadership, both in Malta and across the European Union.

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