Despite the fact that the Cup is a good showcase for them to enjoy Castilian soccer opportunities, the depth of workforce that Zinedine Zidane has and the new format have forced not take a single youth squad to Salamanca. Odriozola neither does he travel with his companions, for his imminent departure to Bayern Munich. Although they travel regularly, the logical thing is that Madrid present an eleven with fewer players like James, Vinicius, Brahim or Jovic.This is the complete call: Goalkeepers: Courtois, Areola and Altube.Defenses: Carvajal, Militão, Varane, Nacho, Marcelo and Mendy.Midfielders: Casemiro, Valverde, James and Isco.Strikers: Benzema, Bale, Lucas V., Jović, Brahim and Vinicius Jr. Real Madrid has published the list of summoned for the match against Unionists, which will be played tomorrow Wednesday from 9:00 p.m. in Las Pistas del Helmántico. As expected, Zinedine Zidane has left several regular men at home, so rotations are expected for the sixteenth of Copa del Rey.For example, Sergio Ramos, not yet fully recovered from his sprained ankle, stays in Madrid. If you Karim Benzema, who played a few minutes against Sevilla after overcoming the injury that made him stay out of the Spanish Super Cup. As Zidane announced at a press conference, James Y Gareth Bale, ready after suffering discomfort, travel to Salamanca and could be part of the eleven. Kroos, Modric Y Rodrygo They stay at home to rest.
FEATURES: Congratulations to Letterkenny Youthreach who won the annual Youthreach Masterchef Final 2015 on 22 October.This annual competition takes place in each of the six Youthreach centres across the county in September and October to pick a centre team and culminates in the county final in the Letterkenny Youthreach centre each year. Teams of two from each centre competed to create a main course and dessert on a budget of €20.The final was judged by Donegal ETB Chairperson Bernie Mulhern, Highland Radio Breakfast Show DJ John Breslin and Ian Orr, Head Chef, Browns Restaurants.The three judges, who had a tough job picking a winning teams, praised the very high quality of the dishes made by all the learners.The winning dishes made by Team Letterkenny (Eddie Curran and Sheridan O’Callaghan) were mozzarella stuffed burger with roasted rosemary and garlic potatoes and homemade coleslaw, followed by chocolate brownie with a warm toffee sauce. The runners up were Team Gortahork (Emma Mc Mahon and Roisin Clark) who made warm duck, pomegranate and mint salad with grilled flat bread, followed by Tunisian orange cake and mascarpone ice cream.The other teams competing in the final were Team Ballyshannon (Joe Fee and Aaron Heraty) who made beef and vegetable stir fry, followed by black forest muffin; Team Buncrana (Mandy Doherty and Jodie Farrell) made deep fried goats cheese salad, followed by apricot apple rose.Team Glengad (Emer O Conner and Nadine Porter) who made cracking burger with fries, followed by double chocolate moose and Team Lifford (Adam Doherty and Josh Mc Bride) who made baked chicken and pesto on a bed of bacon mash, followed by lemon meringue pie.You can view more photos on the Youthreach Twitter account (@DonegalETB) and Facebook page (Donegal Youthreach).LETTERKENNY YOUTHREACH WIN DONEGAL MASTERCHEF FINAL was last modified: October 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Featuresnews
The Knowledge Bowl team from Camas High School won the state championship Saturday.Six students — Marcus Bintz, Evan Roche, Tim Grote, Noah Wachlin, Griffin King and Vaughn Okerlund — gave more correct answers in the interdisciplinary contest than any other group in the 3-A division, said Dale Croswell, the team’s coach.The contest requires teams to answer questions on a broad range of topics, including math, science, literature and history.This is the third year in a row that a Camas team has taken the state title in its division, Croswell said. This year’s team featured a whole new crop of students, as the previous winners all graduated in 2011, he said.The competition was held at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, just north of Everett. Eighteen teams competed in each division.