Martens is a very good player and after the injury she had now she starts to be her. Very happy for his return.-You have two bands that are two daggers with Torrejón and Hansen on one side and you and Martens on the other …-For my Caro she is also a great player, she is very good. They are players who bring us a lot to the team and enjoy it.-After a year blank, do you have that need to raise a degree?-Each year we are maturing more in that aspect. We are aware that we want to continue growing and we have to prove it in the field. We are growing in maturity and wanting to win everything and that is very positive because we grow individually.-The First Iberdrola you have very close already …There is a lot of league, but we have to continue as before and continue with this ambition to want to win everything and make us grow.-Women’s football is having more games every day, do you notice playing twice a week?When you have so many games in a row because you obviously notice it, it’s a workload that you accumulate. For that we train and have the recovery sessions. We are used to playing every three or four days, having a large squad as that also helps. It’s very important.-If you win the Super Cup you will practically not have time to celebrate it, the Queen’s Cup arrives immediately.We are happy that there are so many games, it is something positive for us and that we are doing things well and we are involved in all competitions.-What is the goal of the team this season?The goal is to win everything, but we are going to die for the league. We want to garnar everything possible and we are working on that.-After four years, do you have the thorn of winning the League?-That thorn yes, we want to win everything and we will do our best to get it.-How did you see the atmosphere in El Helmántico?-Thank the people who came, it is not easy during the week, it is a schedule that is not the best, thanks that approached and that follows us from home. It helps us and we are very grateful. We encourage everyone to come and enjoy the game and football. -First title and first final.-First final, the truth that very happy to be in the final.-How do you face it?– With great desire, in the end we train to reach the finals and we are happy to be able to reach the first final of the Super Cup. We are very excited.-After the final of the Copa de la Reina last year where the Real gave the surprises, of course, you go with little confidence …No, none We are aware that the match will be a difficult one. It has a very compact team, they know what they play, they have very fast and high quality players and we know that it will be a very difficult and competitive match.-Although you may find yourself in one of the best moments in history, it seems that there is no one who is winning …-We are in good time. We are well as a team, training is demanding to be in this state where we are.-And a team as competitive as the one you have this season helps …-The good thing we have is that, we have such a competitive staff, you know that anyone can be in the starting eleven and it will bring you. For me it is very important that we have this wide template because we have injured players and thanks to the template we can have many variants and alternatives. Having a wide and competitive staff there are many options for the coach.-And with mental strength, how did you feel when Atlético got ahead on the scoreboard?Yes, there was a lot left. It also happened to us in the league and we also managed to manage it. We know that a match lasts 90 minutes and in the end it is calm. We managed to manage the goal well emotionally and knew how to impose our game and take it to our field.-Another positive reinforcement?-After all the positive results, this helps us to continue believing and trusting ourselves that we are well and we have to continue with this positive dynamic that we carry.– On a personal level, how are you?-I feel very good and happy to help the team. I feel at a good time and you have to enjoy it because football are times and try to keep that dynamic.– Did I miss Martens ahead?
Group of IBYE at awards ceremony in Donegal: 15 finalists of the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur with their family, friends and supporters at Wednesday evenings Gala Award Ceremony in Silver Tassie Hotel, Letterkenny.At a Gala Awards Ceremony in the Silver Tassie Hotel in Letterkenny on Wednesday evening the winners of the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur were announced.Organised by the Local Enterprise Office the competition attracted almost fifty young people, aged 30 and under, from across the county.After a full review, fifteen finalists were shortlisted and commenced an intensive Business Boot Camp, delivered by Gerry Moan of Constructive Intervention, before a final adjudication on Wednesday under three distinct categories – best new idea, best start-up business and best established business with new add-on. Announcing the winners Michael Tunney, Head of Local Enterprise, commented “The future of entrepreneurship in Donegal looks extremely bright. The leadership and creativity demonstrated, as well as the level of commitment, determination and motivation to excel shown by our finalists was remarkable. Every one of the ideas and businesses represented here tonight has the ability to develop further and create the levels of employment that the county needs. The twelve young entrepreneurs that will not be selected as winners should not see themselves as anything other than excellent young business people”.Winner of Donegal IBYE: Winners of the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Christy Lynch, Efficient Renewables Ltd., Muff who win the category Best Established Business with a New Add On, Ellevyn Irwin, Click Clinic, Buncrana who win Best New Idea and Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan who win Best New Start Up and the Overall Donegal’s Best Young Entrepreneur in Donegal. These three Donegal winners will progress to a regional final of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Competition where hopefully they will progress to the National Final in December.Mr Tunney then went on to announce the winners as follows:Best New Start Up and a prize of €20,000: Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan.Chartered Education is a professional education company providing online courses and study materials to trainee accountants complemented by engaging video tutorials. Courses can be accessed at the convenience of the user and the study material caters to all learning types, allowing their students to study in a way that suits them. Best Established Business with a New Add On and a prize of €20,000: Christy Lynch, Efficient Renewables Ltd., Muff.Efficient Renewables Ltd designs, installs and sources quality, sustainable heating systems for private and commercial buildings throughout Ireland. The business has built a reputation for a wide range of services offering solar heating, underfloor heating, heatpumps, water saving products, etc.Best New Idea and a prize of €10,000: Ellevyn Irwin, Click Clinic, Buncrana.Click Clinic is a platform that connects people with non-serious medical conditions to health care professionals in just a few taps. It’s the ‘Hailo’ of the medical appointment world facilitating clients to be treated in the comfort of their home or workplace.Overall Best Young Entrepreneur in Donegal: Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan The three Donegal winners progress to a regional final of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Competition where hopefully they will progress to the National Final in December.The aim of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur is to encourage and support a culture of entrepreneurship among young people, to promote entrepreneurship as a career choice, and to encourage the establishment and development of new innovative businesses by our young entrepreneurs. The initiative is an integral part of the Action Plan for Jobs 2014 roll out plan and is organised by the network of Local Enterprise Offices across the country.Donegal Finalists IBYE at awards ceremony in Donegal: 15 finalists in the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur who participated in an intensive Business Boot Camp, delivered by Gerry Moan of Constructive Intervention, before the final adjudication on Wednesday where the winners were announced at the Gala Awards Ceremony in the Silver Tassie Hotel, Letterkenny.RATHMULLAN’S PETE FRIEL SCOOPS BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR AWARD was last modified: September 5th, 2014 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)