Hunters 2016 season launch

first_imgDuring the launch, Coach Micheal Marum announced the captains and his 25 players for the 2016 season.The Team has been trimmed from a 36 men squad to the final 25 which will be led by Co-Captains Noel Zeming for the backrowers and Adam Korave for the forwards.“This season we are starting with 25 players and out of the 25 players we have 9 new boys,” Marum said.The final 25 man squad is Warren Glare, Justin Olam , Phillimon Kimisive ,Benjamin Hetra ,Edward Goma ,Noel Zeming ,Ishmael Baikawa, Bland Abauv,Stargroth Amean, Atte Bina , Ase Boas,Watson Boas,Nickson Borana Adam Korave Tuvi Lepan Henry Noki, Simon Peter, Wartovo Puara jnr, John Ragi, Gahuna Silas, Thompson Teteh, Adex Wera, Esau Siune and Noel Zeming (c).Marum thanked the family of sponsors and assured Papua New Guineans they will do their best in this year’s season.He said the competition starts next month and the boys are kept fit at training for the 2016 season with the theme “Hunting the intrust Cup for 2016”.last_img read more

Top Italian chef joins Central Hotel

first_imgChef Marco Letterese has taken over as the new Executive Chef at the Central Hotel in Donegal Town – and he can’t wait to get started.Originally from Naples, and being raised on the north coast of Italy, Marco is passionate about great food and has over thirty years of experience cooking up a storm as a fresh pasta and seafood specialist.Beginning his career at just 18 years old in London, Marco ran his own seafood restaurant in Italy before coming to Donegal. Marco lives in Kesh with his wife and his dogs, and says that Donegal is like a home away from home.“I love the hotel, I love the views, I love the sea,” he told Donegal Daily.“Donegal is very similar to Italy, I got a lovely feeling when I arrived here. I like the hotel and the staff, and that’s what really drew me here.Marco will be rejuvenating all aspects of the Central Hotel’s kitchen by taking a hands-on approach, and he can’t wait to get started. “I’m a very hands-on chef, I’m responsible for all of the food that goes out and cooking and preparing it. The Central Hotel has given me a carte blanche to do what I need to do. The new menus will be Italian with an Irish twist.”Top Italian chef joins Central Hotel was last modified: October 28th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:central hoteldiningDonegal TownfoodItalianmarco lettereselast_img read more