Champions Birkirkara and Gozo registered their second win in the BOV Women’s First Division while Mgarr United collected their first three points. On the other hand, Tarxien Rainbows are the only team with maximum points as they won the third game in as many matches.Read More
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Hard Rock supports breast cancer awareness through the 14th annual PINKTOBER™ campaign! As part of this year’s campaign Hard Rock Café Malta has just nominated The Malta Football Association Women’s National Team will be their Official PINKTOBER™ Ambassadors.
Together, Hard Rock Café Malta and the Malta and the Malta Football Association Women’s National Team will be working side-by-side with the Action For Breast Cancer Foundation to raise awareness and funds this October.Read More
Consistent with its practice to collaborate in various initiatives of humanitarian dimension, the Women’s Football section of the MFA is in the forefront in assisting in activities for such good causes.
Last month the Malta Football Association and the Action for Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF) launched a new initiative aimed at raising an awareness of breast cancer, where the women’s national football team were presented as Ambassadors of a programme of events with an apt title ‘Give Cancer the Boot’. The Women’s National Team are also Hard Rock Café Malta Pinktober Ambassadors and play an active part in their Pinktober campaign.Read More
Three teams claimed maximum points from the first two matches in the BOV Women’s First Division as focus turned once again on the domestic competitions following the Women’s Under-19 national team’s commitments in the UEFA Under-19 Championship mini-tournament in Serbia.
Champions Birkirkara, Hibernians and Gozo registered wins to move on the six-point mark, leaving the other four teams without any points.Read More
The Malta women’s Under-19 national team lost 0-4 to Bosnia-Herzegovina in the last game from Group 6 of the UEFA Women’s Under-19 qualifying round mini-tournament which was held in Serbia.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, who were seeking their first points, managed to take a two-goal lead by the end of the first half thanks to a brace by Sara Brkić on the 23rd and 37th. Six minutes in the second half, Alma Kamerić made it 3-0 and Antonela Radeljić sealed the issue with a fourth goal five minutes from time.
Therefore Malta, in its first adventure in this competition, ended its commitments with one point from three matches.Read More