In this Segovian town, there are medical personnel to provide coverage and assistance and colleagues from the Academy who live with them. Of course, they will live these weeks under the protocols of prevention before the situation that is being lived.The boys will stay isolated and some teams will not even coincide with each other, at least during the first two weeks. From then on, and depending on how everything develops, yes They will be able to train and even get together to work and make little games. The prevention measures in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, they do not stop. On the one hand, those imposed by the authorities, but on the other, actions of all kinds to protect themselves. So, the Wanda group has decided to gather and concentrate all the footballers it has in Spain in Los Angeles de San Rafael (Segovia), as El Confidencial advanced and AS has been able to confirm.Wanda has collaboration agreements with Atlético, Villarreal and, more recently, Celta and Real Sociedad. Thus, he contacted the clubs to concentrate the boys and Atlético put on the table the option of Los Angeles de San Rafael, where each summer they usually do the first leg of the preseason. Wanda thought it was a good option and decided to take not only the boys from Madrid, but all those who have in Spain.
After eight weeks of darts action in O’Donnell’s bar, Donegal town we are down to the last four of the 2012 darts summer league. 34 players took part in the competition and after 7 weeks of league games the top two in each of the four groups qualified for last Fridays quarter finals with all four matches being close affairs.In the first game of the night James Byrne (Carrick) defeated Niall Cunningham (Dunkineely) 5-4 with James winning the last leg in 16 darts in the next match Fergus McGuinness (Ballintra) beat Michael Gallagher (Mountcharles) 5-3 in a close match. Stephen Harron (Ballintra) continued his good run in the tournament with a 5-3 win against Irwin Muirhead (Killybegs) in a high scoring match Stephen got a 180 and in the final game Adrian Byrne (Carrick) beat Raymond Hegarty (Kilcar) 5-3 with Adrian hitting a 180 and a 118 checkout in another good game of darts. James, Stephen and Adrian remain unbeaten in the tournament while Fergus has just the one defeat in the group stages.The semi-finals and final take place this Friday in O’Donnell’s with Adrian v Fergus up first followed by the second semi-final between Stephen and James both games first to seven and the final is first to nine. Thanks to all the players who took part in the tournament and O’Donnell’s for hosting it and hopefully we will get a good crowd to watch the final night of action, first games starts at around 9.30pm everyone welcome! DARTS: DONEGAL TOWN SUMMER TOURNAMENT was last modified: July 2nd, 2012 by StephenShare 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)