KSFA singles 4th Match news

30/06/2015 14:53

The 4th match for the KSFA Singles league 2015 is now due this Sunday 5th July.

This event shall be held at Boiler Wharf, Senglea were we shall be meeting at 5.30am. Fishing hours between 6.30 - 10.30 am.

Vehicles will only be allowed on loading and unloading basis and therefore please ensure your punctuality so we will able to access the premises together. The number plates provided upon registration will be used for access. Should anyone would like to provide us with a different one please do so by today.  

The alternative venue would be Marsamxett Valletta. Should for any reason Boiler wharf become unavailable a few days before we will email again in this respect.

Each member shall be provided his ground bait and fishing bait by the marshals on the day, being:

  • 1 kilo Sarda
  • 2 kilos Fondo Mare
  • 300 grams Prawns
  • 2 Maxi Korean worms
  • Lidl Tramezini

No additives can be added to the bait provided. Kindly bring along the yellow buckets that Alex has provided us this year. 

The Marshals for this event shall be:

  • John Attard (Chief)
  • Steve Johnston
  • Adrian Nelson
  • Lyon Galea

As always lets all make an effort and leave the place as clean as possible. If any member is unable to attend, it would be highly appreciated if we are informed beforehand. 

A raffle shall be held during this match once again, and as always the gift is provided by Tubertini. 

Also once again may I remind you of the event we have this Sunday evening at Sensi Hotel. Should you haven't advised with regards to your attendance please do so by this evening. 

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President Honorary: Steve Johnston
President: John Attard
Vice President: Saviour Borg
Treasurer: Alex Genovese
Secretary: Jonathan Vella
Ass. Secretary: Roberto Bugeja
PRO: Lyon Galea
Asst PRO: Andre Borg
Match Co-ordinator: Jonathan Aquilina

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