The Malta Independent 21 May 2019, Tuesday

Malta Shooting Sport Federation hold the Mira Ghall-Istrina 2018

Steve Aquilina Monday, 10 December 2018, 11:00 Last update: about 6 months ago

The Malta Shooting Sport Federation in collaboration with the Bidnija Shooting Ranges, the Malta Air Rifle and Pistol Club, the Qormi Clay Shooting Club and the Southern Shooting Club held the Mira Ghall-Istrina 2018.

It was an excellent weekend amongst friends, where shooters and athletes from the Olympic Trap and Skeet disciplines, Dritta, American Trap, Sporting and Air Weapons met up at their respective clubs, shot a few rounds and contributed towards this fundraising event.

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All proceeds will be donated to the Malta Community Chest Fund.

At the Bidnija Shooting Ranges, Brian Galea was the overall winner in Trap while Noel Scicluna won in Skeet.

The Malta Air Rifle and Pistol Club hosted their event with Eleanor Bezzina winning the Air Pistol event and Isaac Zammit winning in Air Rifle.

Andy Spiteri won the Dritta event at the Qormi Clay Shooting Club whereas Christopher Vella won the Trap event and Antoine Camilleri came on top in the American Trap.

The Southern Shooting club had a very good turnout this weekend where Carmel Mangion won the Dritta event and Paul Vassallo won in the Sporting Clay Shoot.

The Malta Shooting Sport Federation thanks all organisers and its members for this noble act towards those in need.

Meanwhile the Federation is proud to announce that during last Friday's Maltese Olympic Committee Awards 2018, Eleanor Bezzina, William Chetcuti, Angelo Ciappara, Brian Galea and Nathan Lee Xuereb all were amongst the winners.

The MSSF Shotgun Programme continues on Thursday 13 December with the Christmas Shoot at the Southern Shooting Club.


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