21e Salon du Vin

Dégustation gratuite et vente à emporter
Présence de 29 exposants (Lux., Fr., It., All., Autr., Esp. et Port.)

Vendredi, 20 mars de 17 à 22 h
Samedi, 21 mars de 14 à 22 h
Dimanche, 22 mars de 11 à 19 h

Centre de Loisirs Norbert Melcher à Steinsel
Prix d’entrée: 5 € (verre de dégustation inclus)

Nos menus: 


Vendredi 20 mars
Entrée
Feierstengszalot
Plat
Mignon de porc en croûte
Pommes dauphines
Brocoli aux amandes
Dessert
Crème brûlée
Prix 28 €

Samedi 21 mars
Entrée
Salade Radicchio, Fromage de chèvre au miel,
Espuma de betterave rouge
Plat
Blanquette de poulet
Pâtes et Légumes
Dessert
Poire Hélène au Vin Blanc avec sa glace de vanille
Prix 25 €

Dimanche 22 mars
Plat
Escalope crème champignons
Pommes frites & Salade
Dessert
Dessert du jour
Prix 20 €

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Time is now!

No engem Weekend Paus stinn elo fir eis Hären déi wichtegst Matcher vun der Saison um Programm. Niewend 3 aneren Ekippen aus der Total League muss eis Ekipp géint 4 Ekippen aus der Nationale 2 untrieden. Et stinn 14 Spilldeeg um Programm an hei kann ee scho bal vun enger neier Saison schwätzen.


Fir dass den Ecart op d’Sparta an d’Fiels net nach méi grouss gëtt, ass eis Ekipp gefuerdert. Um Enn vun der Saison steigen zwou Ekippen op an zwou Ekippen of.


Dofir léif Amicalisten, kommt eis Ekippen ënnerstëtzen. D’Spiller zielen op iech!
3… 2… 1… Steesel!

Programm Hären:
08/02/2020 20h15 Amicale : Telstar Hesperange
12/02/2020 20h30 Larochette : Amicale

Programm Dammen:
08/02/2020 18h30 Résidence : Amicale
15/02/2020 17h00 Amicale : Etzella

VIDE DRESSING

Envie de rafraîchir votre garderobe et celle de vos bambins?

Alors rendez-vous le 19 octobre 2019 de 10h00 à 17h00 au Centre de Loisirs Norbert Melcher à Steinsel.

Boissons, gâteaux et plats de midi (Spaghettis) sur place.
Pour une table de vente ou le plat du midi, veuillez réserver au 691 803 611.


Organisation: Commission des Jeunes de l’Amicale Steesel 

12. Editioun vum Tournoi Alain Marchetti

Et ass erëm souwäit!
Déi 12. Editioun vum Tournoi Alain Marchetti ass och dëst Joer erëm deen 2. Weekend am September, an zwar den 6., 7. an 8. September.

Wéi all Joer ass et den éischten Rendezvous fir eis Dammenequipe wou si sech mat internationalen an nationalen Ekippen moosse kennen.
Fir Iessen a Gedrénks ass natierlech beschtens gesuergt.

Dëst Joer steet Freidesowes och een Härematch um Programm:
18:45 Amicale – BC Mess

Programm vum Dammentournoi:

Freides, den 6.9.:
20:30 Heidelberg – Amicale

Samstes, den 7.9.:
11:30 T71 – Neuss
13:30 Résidence – Deerlijk 3.
15:30 T71 – Heidelberg
17:15 Galamatch
18:30 Résidence – Neuss
20:30 Amicale – Deerlijk

Sonndes, den 8.9.:
12:00: Plaz 5-6
14:00: Plaz 3-4
16:00: Final

Mir freeën eis, iech all do ze begéinen.

Den Organisatiounskomittee vum Tournoi.
 

Welcome to Amicale Steesel!

Jett Speelman, born July 8, 1994 is a 201cm forward from Granville, Ohio that has played his second professional season 2018/19 with SC Rist Wedel (Germany-ProB). The 2017-18 season as a rookie he played with FSU Selfoss (Iceland-D1) playing 12 games averaging 22.9ppg, 8.0rpg, 1.5apg, FGP: 52.5%, 3PT: 44.2%, FT: 84.2%.

He started his basketball career at Newark Catholic and then played 35 games with Ashland (NCAA2) from 2013-2015. He then played at Denison (NCAA3) from 2015-2017 playing a total of 55 games and as a senior played 27 games averaging 18.3ppg, 6.0rpg, 1.1apg  

Leah Scott, born April 30, 1993 is a 6’1 lanky athletic forward, who is a smooth ball handler for a player with a 6’5 wingspan, with the ability to create her own shot and score baskets in bunches. She is explosive in the open court with moves to the basket, very efficient driving with either hand to the basket. Her confidant’s in her low post moves finishing, with either hand puts her on the free throw line continuously in games. Her consistent outside shot makes Leah “Lethal” and graceful with the ball in her hands as she average over 22ppg in Australia pro league. With her power and relentless rebounding abilities it allows her to average double figures rebounding in her pro career. On the defensive end she is a “King Cobra” her 6’1 lanky frame allows her to deflect passes and her competitive tough attitude makes her deadly on defense. 

Leah comes from a basketball family, her father is a legendary high school coach, her sister played collegiately, and her relatives also played pro ball over seas. Her basketball IQ makes her very effective late in the games with good basketball decisions. Leah is constantly in the gym, trying to improve her game coaches say “she is one of the hardest working humble players they have ever coached”. The past 2 seasons Leah has led her Australian team in scoring, rebounding, and assist, and did that with one of the prettiest smiles of all times.   

Byron Gladden, born June 17, 1995, in Elyria, Ohio. 

Junior (2016-17): Started in five games and played in 33, averaging 20 minutes a game • Averaged 5.5 points and 4.2 rebounds a contest • Scored in double-figures in six games and led the team in rebounding four times • First off the bench in 12 games • Posted a season-best 16 points vs. Mercer (11/20) • Tallied 15 points, five rebounds and one assist against Coastal Georgia (11/14) • Had 11 points and 11 rebounds vs. Appalachian State (1/21).  

Before Georgia Southern: Averaged 11.7 points, 9.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists a game at Eastern Florida in 2015-16 • Started all 31 games and played 28.2 minutes a contest • Shot 46 percent from the field and earned a team-high 219 trips to the free-throw line • Named FCSAA all-state and first-team all-conference • Helped the Titans to a 27-5 overall record and a perfect 15-0 league mark • Eastern Florida made its second straight appearance in the NJCAA Division I national championship tournament  • Played in 28 games and started 11 at Akron in 2014-15 • Averaged 2.9 points and 1.6 rebounds in 9.7 minutes a game • shot 40 percent from the field.   

Prep: Guided Charlotte’s Olympic High School to a perfect 30-0 record and the 2013 North Carolina State 4A Championship • Olympic finished the season nationally ranked, including No. 5 by MaxPreps, No. 11 by USA Today and No. 23 by ESPN • Averaged 13.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game as a senior • Named all-state class 4A and all-state all-classes • Was the District 9 Player of the Year • Earned 4A State Championship Most Outstanding Player honors • Selected for the NCHSAA East-West and Carolinas Classic NC vs. SC All-Star games • Averaged 19 points and nine boards as a junior • Earned second-team all-state honors in 2012 • Helped Olympic to a regional semifinals. 

We wish the players a warm welcome!