Julian Rizzo Naudi

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Date of Birth:
28th April 1986

Previous clubs:
Birzebbugia 1994-96, Sirens 1997-2005, Ta’Xbiex -2006, Sirens-2007, Exiles 2008-present

Honours won:
1st division knock-out and sportswriers’ cup 2004, 1st division league 2005, winter league 2007, Second Division Double 2008, Second Division League 2009

People who influenced you in your career:
Coaches, parents, officials or team mates


Why did you choose waterpolo?
Over the years I came in contact with many coaches, officials and team mates, with each and every one of them leaving their mark, however the people who influenced me most were my family. My parents were a constant presence, particularly my brother Karl, who was my team mate throughout practically all my career. My family was certainly the main reason why I took up waterpolo from when I was young and used to visit my aunt’s summer residence in Birzebbugia. From then onwards I haven’t looked back. The game gave me yet another impetus and purpose and was very helpful since the time that I had developed Diabetes in 2006.

National Team or Junior National Team Participation and if possible when? Junior National team championships in Lisbon 2004 and Malta 2005

What does Exiles mean to you?
Exiles is a family oriented club which is run in a similar way as Birzebbugia, my previous club; it reminds me of the time when I had started palying waterpolo. After my experience at Birzebbugia, I had wanted to experience this new club, especially since my brother Karl had joined Exiles on loan for one season. When the opportunity presented itself to me, and I was approached by Exiles, it did not take me much time to make up my mind! I have been with the club ever since.


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Matthew Castillo flies to Belgrade


First choice goalkeeper Matthew Castillo who had an excellent season with Exiles in the Premier Waterpolo League which came to an end a few weeks ago, will tomorrow (11th October) leave Malta to join crack…

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