A new trophy was also awarded this year Head of Hall 2020which he won Dragutin Majsak from the restaurant Vinodol in Zagreb. One of the best ambassadors of Croatian confectionery, won a special award for merits in the promotion of Croatian gastronomy and confectionery, Dragica Lukin from the patisserie Villa Soši in Umag. They have been named the best restaurants 360 from Dubrovnik, Monte from Rovinj, Laganini from Palmižana, and Šibenik Pilgrims. The chef of the year according to the choice of the gastronomic guide Gault & Millau Croatia 2020 is Danijel Đekić restaurant chef Monte from Rovinj. Gault & Millau Croatia 2020 gastronomic guide is the most comprehensive so far, and it presents 202 restaurants, 82 POP restaurants, 101 wine and 20 hotels. “Gault & Millau is one of the two most prestigious international gastronomic guides and represents the Croatian gastronomic scene on the world stage, and Croatia as a desirable food & wine destination” said Gault & Millau Croatia CEO Ingrid Badurina Danielsson. This event brought together a large number of Croatian chefs, top professionals and lovers of gastronomy, and the highlight of the evening was the awarding of prestigious culinary trophies which Gault & MillauCroatia rewards the best chefs in whose work the motto of the guide is recognized – “Luxury is in quality, not in price”. Source / Photo: FB Gault & Millau Croatia, Konoba Boba / Illustration HrTurizam.hr Trophies awarded to the best chefs and restaurants Sandra and Dane Tahirović from the restaurant It was dawn in Split and Robert Benzia from the restaurant Ganeum in Lovran, they won the trophy The great chef of tomorrow 2020. Trophy Chef of traditional cuisine 2020 they won Sylvia Horak from the restaurant Terbotz u Strigovi i Šakota company restaurant chef Nav in Zagreb. 2020 Young Talent Trophy they won Floriana Ružić from the restaurant San Rocco in Brtonigla and Matija Jagić iz Brokenships bistro in Zagreb. Buffet Oysters from Dubrovnikhe was awarded a trophy Best POP 2020 A gala dinner was held at the Esplanade Zagreb Hotel on the occasion of the presentation of the third edition of the prestigious gastronomic guide Gault & Millau Croatia. Photo: Gault & Millau Croatia
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To complete a 3-0 week, Westhill defeated Mexico 205-239 on Friday as Maglisco’s 37 was one better than Gilmartin’s 38. Ryan finished with a 41, followed by a 43 from Young and a 46 from Britt.West Genesee again challenged SCAC Metro division sides and showed signs that it was rounding into the dangerous late-season form that had led to Section III Class AA tournament titles in recent years.The Wildcats handled Fayetteville-Manlius White 184-199 last Wednesday at Westvale as Kevin McDermott, with a 35, led a well-balanced effort. Dan Benetti and Ryan McLane both shot 36, with Cody Steckel getting a 38 and Peyton Mullane adding a 39.But WG would have to go up against first-place Fayetteville-Manlius Green and Cicero-North Syracuse in this, the last week of the regular season, before the Oct. 2 sectional final at Radisson. Now wanting to avoid a letdown, Westhill would host Skaneateles a day later at Camillus Hills, and again it proved close – but once more, the Warriors prevailed, topping the Lakers 216-222.The individual race went to Skaneateles’ Tynan Jones, whose 37 was three shots ahead of Maglisco’s 40. But the Warriors surged in front when Ryan shot a 41 and Gilmartin added a 42.Both were ahead of the Lakers’ second-best total of 43 from Tyson DiRubbo. Then Ryan Rolince and James Hunt both shot 46 to clinch it for Westhill as Skaneateles got a 45 from Shawn Luce, a 46 from Drew Henderson and a 51 from Will Cowden. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Boys golfskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthill While it had already enjoyed a fine season, the Westhill boys golf team reached a new peak when it traveled to Drumlins last Monday afternoon and recorded a 205-209 victory over Christian Brothers Academy.The Brothers were atop the OHSL Liberty division standings, and Joe Nicholson shot 36 to pace CBA and lead all individuals as Dan Angelo added a 39.Westhill countered with 39s from Anthony Maglisco and Aidan Ryan, and it was Luke Gilmartin’s 40 that pushed the Warriors in front since James Stanton, with a 44, had CBA’s third-best total. Devin Young followed with a 46 and Michael Britt added a 51.
Syracuse commits Moustapha Diagne and Matthew Moyer will play in the fifth annual Mary Kline Classic at West Orange (New Jersey) High School on May 30.Diagne, a four-star power forward out of Pope John XIII (New Jersey) High School, will play in the senior game for his third Mary Kline Classic appearance. He played in the underclassmen game in the last two years, and verbally committed to SU after the game last May.Moyer — a four-star small forward out of Lincoln (Ohio) High School and the only player verbally committed to the Orange for 2016 — will play in the underclassmen game for sophomores and juniors.This year’s Mary Kline Classic will continue the trend of Syracuse commits playing in the showcase. The event was started and is run by Alex Kline, a junior broadcast and digital journalism major at Syracuse. Kline started the event when he was 16 years old to raise money for cancer research in honor of his mother, Mary Kline, who died from brain cancer when he was 10.The event has raised $104,000 for brain cancer research and SU commits Tyler Ennis, Tyler Roberson, Chris McCullough, Ron Patterson, Franklin Howard, Malachi Richardson and Diagne have played in it in the last three years.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textKline said that Syracuse’s frequent participation in the Mary Kline Classic has to do with the program’s recruiting tendencies and his goal of bringing future teammates together.“I love putting together the senior game when it comes to guys having their schools, and it’s always cool for me to connect one guy with another,” Kline said.“… With Syracuse, with (Connecticut), or any other school. But it makes more sense with Syracuse with the recruiting focus being in the Northeast.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 19, 2015 at 11:18 pm Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesse
Published on February 22, 2017 at 10:50 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Gillon wowed the buzzing Dome crowd with under five minutes left in the first half by crossing over multiple times leading to Jayson Tatum tumbling to the floor. Gillon backpedaled and nailed a 3. As he walked back on defense, his facial expression didn’t change. It was the kind of play he was used to making at Arkansas-Little Rock and Colorado State against weaker competition.But this was Duke, the 10th-ranked team in the country with the seventh most efficient offense nationwide, per Kenpom.com. On the Blue Devils’ next possession, Tatum, the future first-round NBA draft pick, hit a mid-range jumper. Syracuse trailed by eight and eventually as much as 10.The two teams traded body blow after body blow all game. The team with the ball last would be in the best position to win.For the seventh straight game, Syracuse faced a double-digit deficit. It was used to being in that position and the combination of Battle and Gillon exploded in the second half and combined for 44 points.“This team keeps fighting,” Boeheim said.Jessica Sheldon | Staff PhotographerGillon, in particular, has seemingly bounced back every time. After zero points in back-to-back games against North Florida and Connecticut, he scored 23 against Boston University. He followed up a zero-point performance against Notre Dame by leading SU down the stretch against Wake Forest in its first ACC single-digit win.On Sunday, Gillon had his worst game of the season. He went 2-for-10 from the field with three assists and five costly turnovers. Each time he touched the ball, Georgia Tech fans berated him with “air ball” chants. Now, Gillon’s resilience has sparked Syracuse’s in a season that nearly slipped away.“How do you come back from a horrible game — and then do that? It’s special and underrated,” Gillon’s mother, Phyllis, said via text message. “(Boeheim) didn’t get down on John after the Georgia Tech game. Do fans really think players want to play poorly? They are trying to miss shots? That belief bore fruit. The outcome you saw tonight.”Gillon’s first-ever buzzer-beater came in a fourth grade AAU tournament. About 50 people witnessed the shot. His friends jumped on him. Wednesday’s buzzer-beater came in front of nearly 30,281 more people. In the locker room after the game, an equipment manager held Gillon’s jersey. He showed it to a security guard before putting it in the laundry.The transition from a motion-type offense to a pick-and-roll-type offense took time. Four new players in a starting lineup did too. And Gillon didn’t get off to a hot start Wednesday, either. In the final 13 minutes, he scored 12 of his 26 points. He reached the second level of Duke’s defense consistently and finished.“Once I get a little taste of blood and I score, I just get addicted to it.”The instant classic’s final shot cued another court storming. Another Top 10 win. Another gasp of breath for Syracuse’s once-lost season. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ The season of comebacks was on the precipice of another. With two minutes and 20 seconds left, a security guard warned fans in courtside seats to be aware of a possible court storming, Syracuse’s third of the season.With eight seconds left, Tyler Lydon passed the ball to Tyus Battle. Battle then lobbed it to John Gillon, who caught it with 4.4 seconds left. Gillon hadn’t realized how little time was left. He looked up at the clock and knew he had to sprint down the court.“I was like, ‘Alright, I gotta go make a play,’” Gillon said.He stopped at the 3-point line in the tied game. There was only time for one shot. The Orange had been in this position before. He beat the buzzer to force overtime against North Carolina State. Battle beat the buzzer against Clemson.Lydon rushed to get the offensive rebound. Gillon didn’t know if it’d go in when it left his hand. Assistant coach Gerry McNamara screamed, “Bank! Bank! Bank!” from the sideline because he saw it was going long. The shot hit off the backboard and fell through the basket. Syracuse beat Duke. 78-75.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I’m going to try and be a stone-cold killer every game,” Gillon said.Jessica Sheldon | Staff PhotographerThe win over No. 10 Duke (22-6, 10-5 Atlantic Coast) provides a massive boost to Syracuse’s (17-12, 9-7) NCAA Tournament resume. Wednesday night marked SU’s third Top 10 win of the season. Each previous time, students stormed the court. They did it again after 11 ties and 16 lead changes, none more dramatic than the final one.Gillon didn’t sub out once and finished with 26 points on 9-of-14 shooting and six assists. His ability to drive and score, which he showed more and more as the game went on, is the reason he took over midseason as Syracuse’s starting point guard. After committing five turnovers in each of the past two games, both losses, Gillon committed zero on Wednesday.“We go as John Gillon goes,” Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim said.After joining the ACC in 2013-14, Syracuse and Duke played two of the most memorable games in recent SU history. In the first matchup that year, the Orange beat the Blue Devils in overtime. Gillon’s high school teammate Rasheed Sulaimon hit a buzzer-beater that tied the game at the end of regulation. The two talked last night. Gillon told Sulaimon he’d “kill Duke for him.”MORE COVERAGEGallery: Syracuse’s upset victory over No. 10 DukeThe Final Word: Syracuse stuns No. 10 Duke, 78-75Tyus Battle scores 18 points in Syracuse’s 78-75 upset win over No. 10 DukeWhat we learned from Syracuse’s 78-75 win against No. 10 Duke
It suggests at the very least a disconnect between delegates and players.William Coleman is the Tipperary co-ordinator of the club players association, he spoke to Ronan Quirke on Extra Time last night Photo: Stephen Gleeson A survey has been conducted among the 1,800 members of the Club players Association in Tipperary which has shown that 64% of respondents favour a cessation of the link between the divisional championships and the county championships.27% were in favour with 8% undecided.This is at odds with anecdotal reports of club delegates strongly arguing in favour of retention at county board level,