Archive for: May, 2005

Tenerife Sur B

Sur’s B team have suffered badly this season and seem rooted to the bottom of the segunda league, but with the help of three A team regulars they managed to get a well earned point. Unable to make the A team game due to work commitments, Calum and Blair Macrorie and Ian Davies were drafted […]

Tenerife Sur A

Sur continued their impressive end of season form with 3 more points in the afternoon sun at San Miguel. The 4pm kick off meant missing the F.A. Cup Final on TV, so Sur’s players were determined to make it worthwhile. They stormed at El Fraile from the start, putting the visitors defence under pressure in […]

Winter Gardens Bowling

Monday Singles League – Week 10 Bob Booton moved back to top of the league after beating his nearest rival Dave Playford. Tony Quinan won his catch up games and is now challenging for the leadership. Results B.Booton 20-7 D. Playford B.Hunt 11-15 T.Quinan J.Marchant 13-17 J.Playford B.Burgess 16-23 P.Hunt C.Burgess 16-19 T,Hallam M.Marchant 16-18 […]

CD Tenerife 2 C�diz CF 0

Injuries and a suspension forced trainer Barrios into a rethink. Muscular problems meant he was still without Cristo’s drive and had now lost �scar for possibly three weeks, while Belli’s yellow card meant sitting out a ban. The trainer’s thinking turned to 4-4-2 in training, pairing Bombarda up front with Keko and Kirian was brought […]

Island still top for Brits

Bookings were said to be on the increase as the archipelago strengthened its position as a favourite seasonal sunspot alongside the Balearics and Andalusia.   Other figures that have been released show that the archipelago played host to more than 3.4 million tourists from abroad with record numbers visiting the country between January and April. […]

Better late than never

The mayor of Arona, Jose Alberto Gonzalez Reveron, explained that although he regretted the delay in the conclusion of the work, he was sure that the end result, a well constructed well illuminated stretch of road, would compensate for the months of road works endured by those entering and leaving the town. Although traffic is […]

Top prizes for Adeje hotels

Three hotels in Costa Adeje were awarded the TUI Umwelt Champion Prize for respecting the environment. The ceremony, which took place in the Canarian Government’s base in Santa Cruz, was chaired by government vice president for the environment, Milagros Luis Brito, and was also attended by Ashotel president Pedro Luis Cobeilla and representatives from TUI […]

Delays expected as improvement work begins

Avenidas Eugenio Dom�nguez Alfonso and Rafael Pu�g are affected by the tourist excellence plan with the section between Paseo C�ndido Garc�a Sanju�n and Calle Cuba subject to temporary disruption.Residents were advised that they would be able to access underground parking at CC Pueblo Canario and two-way traffic would operate on Avenida Rafael Pu�g between Calle […]

Focusing on health, naturally

Bajamar and Punta del Hidalgo are still small and quaint compared with other holiday resorts on Tenerife and current promotion centres on the idea of “healthy holidays in a seaside village”. Expo Salud y Bienestar is the first Heath and Wellness Fair to take place in the area and the idea is twofold: to bring […]

New service at local centre

Deputy Mayor Valentin Rodriguez explained the borough, which has a population of 13,000, has needed this service for some time and the sub director of basic health, Alicia Perez Carillo, expected at least 50 people to make use of the service each week.The Canarian Health Service SCS will be providing two permanent nurses and one […]

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