Bormla and Birgu won the Victory Day Regatta, which took place on Friday evening in the Grand Harbor.
The shield will be shared between the two teams for six months each, as they earned the same number of points.
Bormla won the shield for the twenty-sixth time in their history, while Birgu won it for the second time in their history.
For the first six months, Birgu will have the shield because they scored the most points, while in the second six months, the shield will be in the hands of the people from Bormla.
In Category A, Bormla and Birgu tied for first place with a total of 56 points, while Isla came in second with 26 points.
Additionally, Bormla also won Category B with a total of 80 points. Following them, Kalkara had 48 points, and Birżebbuġa had 24 points.
However, in the women’s rowing competition, Birgu emerged as the winners.
The traditional shield was presented by the Minister for Sport, Clifton Grima, who highlighted the significance of this sport. He emphasized the need to continue growing this sport and attracting more young people to ensure that this sporting tradition remains alive and well in our country.
This year’s regatta was marked by strong winds, causing some boats to capsize. Thankfully, no one was injured in this incident.
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