timhortons: <zanshin these two played in the olympic already, ok lets say malta chess fderation is not a powerhouse chess team but still its worth noting that this two qualify to be part of the national team>
Thanks to Malta Chess Federation for turning over my letter to the Aguilar sisters.
Here are the questions I forwarded to miss Filipina Aguilar which she courteously replied.
1.How long have you been plying with malta chess asociation?
2.How did you qualify to represent Malta national team?
I’d been living in Malta for the last 14 years.
3.are you related to another player named Aguilar in the Malta national team?
Jessieca Aguilar is my sister.
4. Do you have any plan to make chess as a lifetime career?
No. I only play chess as a hobby.
5.Is there enough incentive package in playing for the national team?
Malta Chess Federation is a small association. Being in the team is enough incentive for me.
6.Are you still going to school or focusing with chess fulltime?
I have a full time job as an accounting technician with Go plc. ( a telecommunication company in Malta ) because of that I cannot afford to focus my time in chess full time.
7. please tell us more about youre chess, your family.
I was born in Manila. I grew up in San Pablo City where I used to play chess when I was young. I used to compete in STRAA representing San Pablo City when I was in high school.