Web check-in can also be used to settle the bill for accommodation according to the reservation, and all other services used during the stay are charged at the reception upon check-out, according to AHG. Also, Arena Hospitality Group campsites Arena Grand Kažela and Arena One 99 Glamping received “Recommanded 2020” awards from the renowned Italian camping magazine and portal “Golden Camping – Quality Outdoor Experiences”. Web check-in is a simple way of reporting that speeds up and simplifies the whole application process, especially nowadays due to all the epidemiological measures. The link through which the web check-in is performed is sent to the e-mail address specified in the reservation and is active three days before the date of arrival. Upon arrival at the facility, a self-service check-in kiosk can be used for quick document registration and key collection. Arena Hospitality Group (AHG) in July introduced a new online check-in option – web check-in, which significantly shortens check-in times.
AFTER a lacklustre response to a call for proposals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) is now calling on its 23 affiliated sporting associations and federations to submit another proposal – this time one to be presented to the Pan American Sports Association (PASO) next week.GOA president K.A. Juman-Yassin is expected to be in Miami, USA next week, and according to him the associations have been asked to submit proposals. The deadline for the PASO proposals is tomorrow, June 21.“I’ve asked all the major sports to give us their plans and then we will compile it … because I have to go up to Miami to present our proposals to PASO to see what they would be able to give us.“We can’t get everything but I’m waiting to see what they (Associations) submit, so we can move forward, and when we put it to PASO to see what we can get.” Yassin admitted that only “four or five” of the associations submitted the previously-asked for ‘Tokyo 2020’ proposals for their athletes, which the GOA had requested since January.Proposals still haven’t been submitted by most of the associations, including major associations like athletics, whose president Aubrey Hutson admitted that the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) had not submitted. However, Yassin was tight-lipped on naming any of the tardy associations.Aside from athletics the other 22 sporting fraternities under the GOA are badminton, baseball, basketball, bodybuilding, boxing, canoeing, cycling, fencing, football, hockey, judo, karate, netball, rifle-shooting, rugby, weightlifting, table tennis, taekwondo, lawn tennis, swimming, squash and volleyball.Badminton, judo and boxing have all confirmed that they were among those fraternities that submitted their Tokyo proposals. The Tokyo 2020 proposal was expected to include plans of what each respective discipline wished to see happen to help prepare their athletes, from now, in the hope of having them qualify for the 2020 Olympics.However, the problem wasn’t just with the errant non-submitting associations.“A lot of the plans were not very good in detail,” Yassin said. He however is more optimistic about the PASO proposals.With the PASO proposal, he hopes for better submissions, as it asked specific questions and addressed specific areas. The PASO proposals are for support in the lead-up to the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru.This PASO proposal is expected to work in tandem with the Tokyo proposal, with Pan Am being just one year before the Olympics, and PASO being a subsidiary of the governing International Olympic Committee (IOC).“All of this will work in conjunction to that (the Tokyo 2020 plan) because this will go towards the Pan American Games in 2019 and then the following year is the (Tokyo) 2020,” Yassin explained.However, as it pertains to the Tokyo 2020 plan, up to late last month when contacted several of the associations appeared to have no knowledge of the request for the proposals.“Well, too bad for them. It’s a poor excuse,” Yassin remarked.“I’ve been sending the information to them. The office would have sent the information to them. Mr (Hector) Edwards would have sent the things to all the associations. And when we have council meetings every month we tell them, look we haven’t received it; please send in.”Yassin, however, admitted that not all of the associations have been up to date in attending the council meetings, which are held on the last Thursday of every month. That responsibility falls on the associations.Many of the associations themselves also admitted that their lack of attendance may have played a role.President of the Guyana Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) Ivan Persaud knew nothing of the plan last month. However he says he has since had an arrangement with the GOA to submit their proposal after they hold their Goodwill Swim Meet in August. Hockey and tennis, and rugby were also not aware.Bodybuilding president Coel Marks, noted that a recent change of executive left that fraternity in a bad position. Last month was the first GOA council meeting that the new executive attended.“We took over in February. The transition did not happen smoothly. So we now had to piece together a lot of information. So things are coming in bits and pieces, and now filling in the gaps. So I’m aware of it now and I will be sending a representative on the way forward.”
Bingo in hall at 9pm on Tuesday. Lotto Results 1 winner with 3 counties DN,KK,TY,DB,Eileen MC Mullan Convoy next week’s jackpot is €1100.KELLOGGS GAA CUL CAMP take place from 2nd-7th of July at St Marys GAA pitch cost €55 eoro 2nd child €45 child 4/5/6 €40.Contact Stephanie Friel on 087618831 or Aine Reilly on 0876828061 for Details and application form also check out web site http://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/ Thanks to all who supported the quiz on wed night well done to the WinnersCardaic screening 14-30 yrs olds. €45 per person Contact Julia Blake 0862611290 You dont have to be a club member or gaelic player to have it doneReservesConvoy Reserves were beaten by a very strong Liford side on a score line of 4-14 to 11 pts The game was close in the first half but in the second half Lifford finished the stronger with a few goals to seal the victory .Best for Convoy were Dean Mc Connell and Eunan KellySenior GameConvoy 1 -08 Lifford 1-16The Home Side were beaten by a strong Lifford Side at st Marys pitch in Convoy. Lifford started the game with two quick scores by Paul Lynch and Brian Breslin and they never looked back Lifford had a strong Defence with Jack Quinn working hard to keep the Convoy forwards outLorny Crossan ,Emmet Cattersons and Shane Meehan were all on Target and Paul Lynch had a fine first Half display for The Visitors .Packie Mailey scored a well taken goal to leave it 1-02 to 11pts at Half timeThe St Marys lads fought back in the Second Half with Raymond Mc Namee and Packie Mailey working hard and some fine scores from Ryan Kettle ,Packie Mailey and Emmet Patterson to bring the game back to a 3 pt deficit but a mistake at the back led to a Goal from Shane Gallagher and put Lifford back in the driving seat and they went on to secure the Victory .Best Displays from G Mc Girr, S Breslin ,S.Meehan J. Quinn and P. Lynch for Lifford and Best for the Home side were P. Mailey,S.Mc Laughlin,R.Mc Namee ,S.Browne and C.Cairns Scorers Lifford P.Lynch ,B.Breslin E.Catterson D.Gillespie ,G.Mc Girr S.Breslin M.Carlin 0-1 C.Catterson 0-2. S.Meehan 0-3 L. Crossan 0-3 S.Gallagher 1-01Scorers Convoy J.Kee , A.Browne, E.Patterson ,B. Bonner 0-1 R.Kettle 0-3 P.Mailey 1-01GAA NEWS: ST MARYS CLUB NEWS, CONVOY was last modified: June 17th, 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)Tags:Convoy GAA notesSt Marys