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Rescues on the high seas and celebrating feasts - Times of Malta photos of the week

6-12 August 2015

Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.

 

A migrant dives into the water from an overloaded wooden boat during a rescue operation 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant dives into the water from an overloaded wooden boat during a rescue operation 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants hang onto a flotation device during a rescue operation 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants hang onto a flotation device during a rescue operation 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant child is brought onto the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix after being rescued from an overloaded wooden boat 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant child is brought onto the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix after being rescued from an overloaded wooden boat 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrant children cry as they arrive alongside the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix after being rescued from an overloaded wooden boat 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrant children cry as they arrive alongside the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix after being rescued from an overloaded wooden boat 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants' belongings litter the deck of a wooden boat from which migrants were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants' belongings litter the deck of a wooden boat from which migrants were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants' belongings, including a child's buoyancy ring, litter the deck of a wooden boat from which migrants were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants' belongings, including a child's buoyancy ring, litter the deck of a wooden boat from which migrants were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrant children on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix wait to be transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrant children on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix wait to be transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrant children on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix wait to be transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrant children on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix wait to be transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant baby on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix waits to be transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant baby on the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) ship MV Phoenix waits to be transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant carries his baby on a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boat) alongside the MOAS ship MV Phoenix before being transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant carries his baby on a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boat) alongside the MOAS ship MV Phoenix before being transferred to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Dolphins swim ahead of a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boat) as it returns alongside the MOAS ship MV Phoenix while transferring rescued migrants to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiDolphins swim ahead of a Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) RHIB (rigid hulled inflatable boat) as it returns alongside the MOAS ship MV Phoenix while transferring rescued migrants to the Norwegian ship Siem Pilot off the coast of Libya on August 6. An estimated 600 migrants on an overloaded wooden boat were rescued 10.5 miles (16 kilometres) off the coast of Libya by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) and MOAS without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Residents watch as police officers secure the area after the construction site fatality in Gżira on August 7. Photo: Matthew MirabelliResidents watch as police officers secure the area after the construction site fatality in Gżira on August 7. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Residents watch as police officers secure the area after the construction site fatality in Gżira on August 7. Photo: Matthew MirabelliResidents watch as police officers secure the area after the construction site fatality in Gżira on August 7. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Strong winds knock over stalls as strong winds and rain hit Barrakka Gardens during a freak storm in Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew MirabelliStrong winds knock over stalls as strong winds and rain hit Barrakka Gardens during a freak storm in Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Students try to take a photo whilst strong winds and rain hit Barrakka Gardens during a freak storm in Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew MirabelliStudents try to take a photo whilst strong winds and rain hit Barrakka Gardens during a freak storm in Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A student is battered by strong winds and rain at Barrakka Gardens as a freak storm hit Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA student is battered by strong winds and rain at Barrakka Gardens as a freak storm hit Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A man shelters from the rain behind a canopy which was blown over as strong winds and rain hit Barrakka Gardens during a freak storm in Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA man shelters from the rain behind a canopy which was blown over as strong winds and rain hit Barrakka Gardens during a freak storm in Valletta on August 8. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A migrant stands on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) ship Bourbon Argos off the coast of Libya at dusk on August 7. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant stands on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) ship Bourbon Argos off the coast of Libya at dusk on August 7. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant looks out to sea from the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant looks out to sea from the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant drinks water on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant drinks water on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Nigerian migrant Sa’eed Abubakar, on the run from Boko Haram Islamic militants in his country, shelters from the sun on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiNigerian migrant Sa’eed Abubakar, on the run from Boko Haram Islamic militants in his country, shelters from the sun on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Nigerian migrant Sa’eed Abubakar, on the run from Boko Haram Islamic militants in his country, shelters from the sun on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiNigerian migrant Sa’eed Abubakar, on the run from Boko Haram Islamic militants in his country, shelters from the sun on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants take part in an impromptu prayer meeting at the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily at sunset on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants take part in an impromptu prayer meeting at the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily at sunset on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants take part in an impromptu prayer meeting at the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily at sunset on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants take part in an impromptu prayer meeting at the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily at sunset on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A migrant takes part in an impromptu prayer meeting at the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily at sunset on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA migrant takes part in an impromptu prayer meeting at the stern of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos somewhere between Libya and Sicily at sunset on August 8. The 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were taken to Trapani in Sicily. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants look out of a window on the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos as it arrives in Trapani, on the island of Sicily, on August 9. Some 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were transferred to Italian authorities on arrival. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants look out of a window on the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos as it arrives in Trapani, on the island of Sicily, on August 9. Some 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were transferred to Italian authorities on arrival. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Migrants line up on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos before disembarking in Trapani, on the island of Sicily, on August 9. Some 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were transferred to Italian authorities on arrival. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMigrants line up on the deck of the Medecins san Frontiere (MSF) rescue ship Bourbon Argos before disembarking in Trapani, on the island of Sicily, on August 9. Some 241 mostly West African migrants on the ship were transferred to Italian authorities on arrival. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A 52-year-old man from Gudja was critically injured after boulders fell into the sea hitting the boat he was on, in Delimara on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA 52-year-old man from Gudja was critically injured after boulders fell into the sea hitting the boat he was on, in Delimara on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A 52-year-old man from Gudja was critically injured after boulders fell into the sea hitting the boat he was on, in Delimara on August 9. A land, air and sea search was held to ensure no other people were involved. Chris Sant FournierA 52-year-old man from Gudja was critically injured after boulders fell into the sea hitting the boat he was on, in Delimara on August 9. A land, air and sea search was held to ensure no other people were involved. Chris Sant Fournier

A lady makes her way down to Ghadira beach as high temperatures hit the island on August 6. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA lady makes her way down to Ghadira beach as high temperatures hit the island on August 6. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A lady walks over a 3D painting by artist Lewis Zammit on a on a set of stairs in Mellieha on August 6. . Photo: Matthew MirabelliA lady walks over a 3D painting by artist Lewis Zammit on a on a set of stairs in Mellieha on August 6. . Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A 3D painting by artist Lewis Zammit on a on a set of stairs in Mellieha on August 6. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA 3D painting by artist Lewis Zammit on a on a set of stairs in Mellieha on August 6. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

People wait for the St Joseph Band Club march to go by at the San Gejtanu Feast in Hamrun on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant FournierPeople wait for the St Joseph Band Club march to go by at the San Gejtanu Feast in Hamrun on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Supporters of the St Joseph Band Club flood the streets at the San Gejtanu Feast in Hamrun on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant FournierSupporters of the St Joseph Band Club flood the streets at the San Gejtanu Feast in Hamrun on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Revellers celebrate at the San Gejtanu Feast at Hamrun on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant FournierRevellers celebrate at the San Gejtanu Feast at Hamrun on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

People take to the beach in Golden Bay on August 10 as the whole island slows down during the Santa Marija week. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPeople take to the beach in Golden Bay on August 10 as the whole island slows down during the Santa Marija week. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Lifeguards keep watch as people descend on Golden Bay on August 10 as the whole island slows down during the Santa Marija week. Photo: Matthew MirabelliLifeguards keep watch as people descend on Golden Bay on August 10 as the whole island slows down during the Santa Marija week. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A trailer loaded with village feast decorations passes through a Lija street on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA trailer loaded with village feast decorations passes through a Lija street on August 9. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Members of St Mary’ fireworks factory make the final preparations for the feast of Santa Marija at the factory in Mqabba on August 10. Photo: Matthew MirabelliMembers of St Mary’ fireworks factory make the final preparations for the feast of Santa Marija at the factory in Mqabba on August 10. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

With everything in place for this year’s lampuki season, Marsaxlokk fishermen have their boats blessed by the locality’s parish priest, Fr Mario Mangion, on August 11. They can now set out in search of the delicious species, with the fishing, which employs a certain technique, stretching well into November – and sometimes even longer. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiWith everything in place for this year’s lampuki season, Marsaxlokk fishermen have their boats blessed by the locality’s parish priest, Fr Mario Mangion, on August 11. They can now set out in search of the delicious species, with the fishing, which employs a certain technique, stretching well into November – and sometimes even longer. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Archbishop Charles Scicluna celebrates mass at the Allied Newspapers offices in Valletta on August 7 to mark the 80th Anniversary of Times of Malta. Photo: Matthew MirabelliArchbishop Charles Scicluna celebrates mass at the Allied Newspapers offices in Valletta on August 7 to mark the 80th Anniversary of Times of Malta. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Birkirkara goalkeepter Justin Haber looks at the ball in the back of his net after an own goal put Hibernians level at 1-1 during the Super Cup final at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on August 12. A second own goal later in game landed Hibernians their first trophy of the season. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiBirkirkara goalkeepter Justin Haber looks at the ball in the back of his net after an own goal put Hibernians level at 1-1 during the Super Cup final at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on August 12. A second own goal later in game landed Hibernians their first trophy of the season. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Hibernian’s Jorginho seizes possession of the ball as Birkirkara’s Marcelina loses his balance during the Super Cup final at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on August 12. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiHibernian’s Jorginho seizes possession of the ball as Birkirkara’s Marcelina loses his balance during the Super Cup final at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on August 12. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Fireworks over nearby Mosta are seen during the during the Super Cup final between Hibernians and Birkirkara at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on August 12. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiFireworks over nearby Mosta are seen during the during the Super Cup final between Hibernians and Birkirkara at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on August 12. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

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