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GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTES

first_imgClub Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 25.07.11The Senior continued their good league form with a victory over Cloughaneely on Saturday evening. The Reserves suffered only their second league defeat of the season against the Falcarragh men.The Juniors Championship playoff with Downings didn’t go ahead after Downings failed to appear in Termon with the match official in place and the team ready to play. It’s a pity after all the effort that was made to get the club to field 3 teams the same evening that this game didn’t take place. They now move on to a first round match up with Glenfin. The Senior hurlers also had a late cancellation of their Championship match v Burt due to a death in Burt.Best of luck to Rory, Kevin and Donegal against Kildare on Saturday.The U-16 Boys Div. 2 team took on neighbours Glenswilly in the Park on Monday night in their Shield semi-finalThe U-14 Boys Div. 1 team cruised to the Northern Board League title with  a good win over Glenfin. They begin their Championship campaign this Wednesday (July 27th) in the Park against Burt at 7:30pm. The U-14 Div. 2 team face Buncrana in their rescheduled Shield semi-final also at home on Wednesday.The U-10 footballers season is beginning to wind down and they take on the Gaels this Saturday at 12 noon in the Park.The U-9’s lost a close game against Robert Emmet’s last week and they travel to MacCumhaill’s this week.The Sunday Morning U-10 Football Academy will now break for two weeks as it does each year at this time. It will return on Sunday, August 14th at 11am.The U16 Hurlers had mixed fortunes last week, defeating Setanta at home on Monday but suffered a heavy defeat away to Aodh Ruadh last Thursday. The U16 Hurlers play away to Strabane this Thursday where they hope for a much improved performance. The U12 Hurlers won a very close game last Thursday with Cormac Finn finishing to the net late on to defeat Aodh Rua. Daragh Doherty and Conor F Kelly were excellent throughout while goalkeeper Cian Harkin made crucial saves in the second Half to keep Aodh Rua at bay. The U12’s next game is against Carndonagh at home this Thursday.The U14 Camogie team played a friendly against MacCumhaills on Friday. Despite a good performance were narrowly beaten.The U10 Camogie blitz was held in O’Donnell Park last Friday with the girls defeating Burt and losing narrowly to Carndonagh despite a fine performance. The next camogie blitz will be on the 29th for the U12’s in Donegal Town. Camogie fixtures for August include 12th for U10’s in Burt, the 13th for the U14’s Ulster Blitz and the 19th for the U12’s in Ballybofey and finally the 26th for the U12’s in Burt.The camogie referee course for adults & young whistlers has been postponed. If you wish to attend the course please contact Gavin Craig. Anyone wishing to purchase tickets for the Camogie finals please contact Gavin Craig. U-16 & Minor training is on each Monday at 5:30pm. U-12 Hurling training is on Tuesday at 5:30pm. Game each Thursday until September.  Friday Hurling/Camogie Academy resumes this week.There was a great turnout for last week’s Hurling & Camogie Training Week in the Park. Thanks to all the coaches for making it such a huge success.The Friday evening Hurling & Camogie Academy is on this week (July 29th) but will then break for two weeks, returning on August 19th.This week’s lotto numbers will be available in a club e-mail later in the week.GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: July 25th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTESlast_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter The Estate Yountville

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe Estate, Yountville has launched The Villa at The Estate, a luxurious five-bedroom, residence-style suite that opens its doors to travellers and event planners seeking a private, ultra-luxe spaces in Napa Valley.On the same grounds as the luxurious Hotel Villagio and Vintage House, The Villa at the Estate has been designed with elegant entertaining in mind, and features a private pool and jacuzzi, fire and water features and an entertaining and gaming area.The ideal venue for small weddings, family retreats or a romantic couples getaway, The Villa boasts334-square-metres of free-standing private space inclusive of a 67-square-metre master bedroom and fouradditional bedrooms. Both the master and the second largest guest rooms are the only accommodationsin Napa Valley furnished with Hästens 2000T king size beds, which retail for US$40,000 and are hand-stitchedat their factory in Köping, Sweden using the most premium all-natural materials. Furthermore,each guest room has a relaxed, modern-chic design, and its own private five fixture bathroom detailedwith Italian Carrara marble.The Villa at the Estate © Image Credit: Will PryceA Grand Salon is the focal point of The Villa and can be used as the central living and relaxation area.Soaring ceilings flanked by endless walls of windows overlook the secluded pool and private hottub area. The shared gathering space has a living room and entertaining area as well as a Chef’s kitchenincluding state of the art appliances from the Officine Gullo refrigerator which retails for US$25,000 to theexquisite La Cornue oven which retails for US$8,000.Guests of The Villa can request an Estate Chef to curate a personalised menu featuring fresh and locally sourced ingredients for guests to enjoy around the indoor or outdoor dining table that seats up to twelve people. The gathering area also boasts The Estate’s signature Big Bar, which offers a hand-picked selection of local beverages and treats made specifically for guests of The Estate. A designer pool table and range of popular board and card games complete the in-room amenities.The Villa at the Estate © Image Credit: Will PryceThe Villa offers a unique way to enjoy wine country, steps away from Yountville’s most exclusive and innovative tasting rooms. The Villa experience is further amplified with a personalised concierge service to assist with confirming an in-room and around-the-Valley itinerary prior to arrival. With connections to the most in-demandrestaurants, wineries and other destinations in Napa Valley, The Villa Concierge can also set up in-room dining, restaurant reservations in Napa Valley, tasting experiences, car services, spa appointments and more.“The Estate Yountville has developed The Villa to bring the ultimate luxury escape to life and to complement the already elegant and exclusive Yountville,” said Steve Davino, General Manager. “Our guests appreciate the private nature of our 22-acre “estate” setting, and adding The Villa accommodations enables us to offer another level of privacy that many visitors to Napa Valley are seeking, while still being steps away from Washington Street’s famous restaurants and world-renowned tasting rooms. Whether for weddings, a couples retreat or a family getaway, The Villa at The Estate Yountville will rival the best luxury accommodations in the world, right in the centre of the natural beauty of Napa Valley.”More at www.vintagehouse.com and www.villagio.com.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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