Western Bureau:Clarendon College head coach Paul ‘Tegat’ Davis said the loss to Dinthill Technical in the daCosta Cup on Tuesday will have no bearing on his team’s chances against Wolmer’s Boys in the ISSA/Flow Super Cup quarter-finals, starting at6 p.m., the second game of a double-header at Sabina Park.The first game pits Glenmuir High against St George’s College at 4 p.m.According to Davis, that result, though not what they desired, is already out of their thinking, as they now have a Wolmer’s team very much up for the contest in the cross hairs.”As usual, we are confident, and are looking forward to a good game. I know Wolmer’s are a very good team, but we also have what it takes to triumph and to move on,” Davis said.That surprise loss was the first of the season for Clarendon College, but the champions they are will not allow them to surrender.The talented Joel Sterling is back from injury, and that should add some fireworks up front. Also, Seigle Knight and Roger Russell in combination are dangerous for this Clarendon side.HUNTING ALL FOUR TITLES”It is a long season. [There are] four trophies on offer and we are still in the hunt for all of them, so it means we are on track. We will not allow that loss to affect us. Wolmer’s are in front of us, and we need a victory. That is what we are featuring right now – a victory,” Davis noted.”We are settled, comfortable, confident and ready for this game. All things being equal, we will win. That is our hope for today,” he said.The Wolmerians are no push-over, but apart from the one blemish inflicted by Dinthill, their backline has been almost imp-eccable. Goalkeeper Erick Edwards, Tremaine Williams and Andrade Hunt will make it difficult for Wolmer’s to breach.Meanwhile, Romario Squire will add to the potent attacking force of Knight, Sterling, Russell and Alex Cummings.The game is poised to be a real humdinger between two schools that know how to find the back of the net.Last year, almost all the Manning Cup-based schools moved into the semis. This time around, Clarendon, STETHS and Glenmuir are hoping to mix things up with a run into the semis, providing they each log wins and, of course, the big dance – the final – where they seek to pocket a cool $1 million.”The final is where we need to be, but of course, we need to take care of business here and then we have a semi-final to get by,” said Davis, who, at the start of the season, said he has all the trophies in his sight.
The last of the “Sundays in Conwal 2013” next weekend will celebrate the music of Britten, Mascagni and Hindemith.Closing another successful programme of “Sundays in Conwal” the Donegal Chamber Music Society presents a concert featuring the DonegalCamerata String Quintet, with guests the Donegal Chamber Orchestra, for a celebration of “Anniversaries” in the music of Britten (100th), Hindemith (50th) and Mascagni (150th).The Donegal Camerata, the resident ensemble of this concert series, will perform items from their touring programme “Serenades & Dances”which they offered this year in places such as Glenveagh, Ballyshannon and Culdaff. This will be another Sunday afternoon concert with evergreen favourites of music such as Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Piazzolla’s Oblivion and Brahms’s Hungarian Dances.The ensemble pursues its aim of presenting music by contemporary living Irish composers. On this occasion they will perform the “Lament” from String Quartet No. 2 (2003) by John McLachlan, the internationally esteemed Dublin composer who lives in Inishowen.The composer will introduce his piece during this performance in Conwal Church. At the end of the concert, the Donegal Chamber Orchestra will join the String Quintet to perform Hindemith’s Five Pieces Op. 44, Mascagni’s Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana and Britten’s youthful Simple Symphony as a homage to those composers whose anniversaries occur this year.For some years now the Donegal Chamber Music Society has presented Concerts in Conwal Church with the inestimable collaboration of Canon Stewart Wright and the Select Vestry. This regular series of recitals has hosted a variety of artists with local and international careers, such as soprano Anne Jennings, the Szabó-Yélamo String Duo, organist Desmond Hunter, flautist Sarah Murphy, the Conwal Singers, cellist Mihai Dancila, Carducci Quartet and many others. Music presented over the seasons ranges from Bach to Vincent Kennedy and from Monteverdi to Derek Ball, not forgetting Haydn, Dvorak or Bartok.Note for your diary:“SUNDAYS IN CONWAL 2013”24th November, 3pm.Conwal Church. Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland Donegal Camerata String Quintet with guests the Donegal Chamber Orchestra:Celebrating the music of Britten (100th anniv.), Mascagni (150th anniv.) and Hindemith (50th anniv.)Also included music by Mozart, Brahms, Piazzolla and Irish composer John McLachlan (CMC).Admission €10/5. Tickets can be booked in advance or purchased at the door. For booking contact: An Grianán Theatre Box Office: 074 9120777. GET YOUR TICKETS FOR ANOTHER SUPERB MUSICAL ‘SUNDAY IN CONWAL’ was last modified: November 17th, 2013 by John2Share 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:Donegal CamerataletterkennyMUSICSUndays in Conwal