“Wolves” force fc kronach to their knees

SV W/Neuengrun honored deserving players at its sports festival and said goodbye to some footballers who have served for many years. After the short tournament with four teams, chairman Markus Schutz and his deputy Ralf Betz were able to present the awards. Pavel Straka played 500 games in the jersey of the “Wolves” look back.

Marco Wurm, Peter Kroupar and Tobias Klug received awards for 250 games played. Daniel Jakobi was able to receive the goal scorer’s crown. He scored 20 goals for the Wolves last season.
After the end of their active soccer careers, Stefan Gareis (767 games), Udo Schmidt (575), Roland Schmidt (371) and Bernd Schmidt (330) were sent off with gifts. The two chairmen described Gerhard Blumenrother, who has been a treasurer on the club board for 35 years, as a role model.

In addition to games of the D-juniors and a tournament of the F- and E-juniors, SV Meierhof/Sorg and SG Nordhalben met in a friendly match. SG Nordhalben prevailed with 6:3. In another match, the local SV did not give their neighbors FCR Geroldsgrun a chance and defeated them 7:1.
In a short tournament won the SG Nordhalben before last year’s winner TSV Bad Steben. SV Dobra came in third, ahead of TSV Naila.

Main game

SV W/Neuengrun – FC Kronach 2:1 (1:1)
The Kronach team took command immediately after the kickoff and pushed the hosts back into their own half. After about 20 minutes the “wolves” arrived better into the game and completed a beautiful attack to 1-0 by Jakobi. FC Kronach was not impressed by this and equalized shortly before the change after a positional error of the home defense by Johannes Engelhardt. In the second half, the spectators saw a lively game in which both teams had good opportunities. The winning goal for the “Wolves Daniel Jakobi, who together with Andreas Lippert had outwitted the opponent’s defense and after a double pass with Lippert only had to push in the ball.

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Shooters choose the 50. King

Shooters choose the 50. King

The Wannigtal shooting club enthroned its new dignitaries with a hearty celebration. As in the past years, Winfried Bieber provided the best musical entertainment. And because the 50. When the club, which was founded in 1965, celebrated its first king’s day, a jubilee target was shot to mark the occasion. Here only one shot was possible and Julian Saal secured the richly decorated target with a 191.7-piece score.

The title of shooting champion, however, went to Markus Bauer with a 30-piece score. He is joined as knights by Martina Krug (92.6) and Rene Klenner (102.5). The dignity of the Youth King was secured by Benjamin Kehl with a 303.9-piece score, ahead of Elaio Simsa (436.3) and Lucas Helmerich (515.0).

The archers determine the “Robin Hood as their best. In this discipline Thomas Weigand defended his title from the previous year. The ranks two and three occupied as “Little John” Marco Kehl and as “Brother Tuck Manfred Stenke. In the youth competition, Moritz Kehl decided this one in his favor. Ferdinand Gotz and Maike Scheuplein followed in the other places.

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Match winner elias burdack

2. Bezirksliga Ost Men

SC Heuchelhof Wurzburg II – TV Poppenlauer 3:9 (16:31 sets).
The newly crowned champion of the 2. Bezirksliga Ost was a guest at SC Heuchelhof Wurzburg II and could play without any pressure. Without any problems the first two doubles were won by Ulrich Haack/Guido Hochrein and Manuel Roth/Andre Hein. The last match was decided in the fifth set for the hosts. In the first round of singles Ulrich Haack and Manuel Roth won 3:1. Andre Heim was clearly beaten by Peter Koch 3:0. But the early champion did not let himself be put off track by this defeat and decided all duels except one (Ulrich Haack against Rainer Ziegler) for himself.

District League East Boys

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Barbara voll takes up position as parish priest

Barbara Voll takes up position as parish priest

It runs without a time limit. “That’s the beauty of it”, said pastor Edwin Ziegler about the new occupation of the position.

After studying religious education at the University of Applied Sciences in Eichstatt, the Schweinfurt native began her pastoral ministry with a two-year assistantship in the parish community “Um den Findelberg” (Hall a. d. Saale) started. Barbara Voll then spent nine years in the parish community of Heidenfeld-Hirschfeld-Rothlein, with the last three years being “very formative The parish community did not have a parish priest because of the many different areas of responsibility. As a parish assistant in Garitz, Albertshausen and Poppenroth, she is responsible for communion catechesis, for accompanying altar servers, for religious education, for church services and for funeral ceremonies, among other things, “and wherever I am called, I am there. B. in kindergartens”. She sees the professional change to Garitz as a challenge she is looking forward to: “Change is an enrichment of life.”

As part of her presentation, the 34-year-old gave an insight into her pastoral work, which is based on the motto “You set my feet on wide open spaces ….” (Psalm 18) founds. A place without a church is “unimaginable for her, because a church offers space for an encounter with God”. But the church is always more than a building, because it lives through the profession of faith of the people who gather there. The church as a community of faith is a community that is changing, that is on the way “and I want to accompany and promote this path. She wants to direct her special attention to the children and young people and see the elders in their deep-rooted faith as role models.

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Furth stark outsiders in cup premiere

Furth stark outsiders in cup premiere

The Franconians now face a superiority of clubs that have a combined total of 20 cup victories. When national player Kim Kulig draws the lots for the semifinals on Saturday in ZDF’s Aktuelles Sportstudio on 20. and 21. In the second round, three of the four current Bundesliga top teams await the underdogs: record winners Bayern Munich (2-0 at VfB Stuttgart), Borussia Monchengladbach (2-0 after extra time at Hertha BSC) and champions Borussia Dortmund (4-0 at regional league team Holstein Kiel).

Furth coach Mike Buskens struggled to keep his composure after the 1-0 win at Sinsheim. “I said to the boys before the game: Play the game of your life. This is what they did. The way they took this game, the passion they showed, makes me incredibly proud,” said the 43-year-old head coach. “For Furth, this is something historic.” On the way to the final of Berlin on 12. May comes the “game of our lives” for him.

For Hoffenheim coach Holger Stanislawski the defeat against the second division outsider had the feared consequences. The day after the 0:1 in the quarterfinals, Bundesliga club parted ways with its coach. The long-time coach of FC St. Pauli has only been in charge of the footballers from Kraichgau since the beginning of this season.

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Thomas d about life in corona times

Thomas D about life in Corona times

Learning at home instead of at school – that has also stressed the Fantastischen Vier quite a bit during the corona-related school closures.

“We have all the children who go to school. I really had to nibble at homeschooling,” band member Thomas D told the “Munchner Merkur” (Tuesday edition). “What a madness to do homework with the kids. My son is twelve and goes to high school. When the one with math comes….”

The musician came up with an unusual way to relax – according to the paper, he got himself an excavator: “I love digging holes.”What these are to be good for, he does not know yet exactly.

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Children engaged with martin luther

Children engaged with Martin Luther

Katharina Muller-Sanke

God loves us – God’s love has nothing to do with money. That is the core message, on which the Kindergarten “Kinder Arche” is based Breaking down Luther’s legacy. The children and their teachers have dedicated an entire exhibition to Martin Luther. And that fits naturally outstanding to the Lutherjahr of this year. What the children have learned is displayed on ten walls in the Lutheran church in Mainleus. In this way, all visitors have the opportunity to expand their knowledge about the important reformer. The 95 theses are posted there and Luther’s curriculum vitae, which has been prepared in a way that is suitable for children. Also information about Melanchton and Cranach – two companions of Luther – can be found there. By presenting Luther’s life and his wife Katharina von Bora, Luther becomes an actual person. Pictures painted by the children of Luther and also what the children wrote with real quills round out the exhibition.
“Martin Luther translated the Bible – and wrote it down so that we can still read it today”, explains six-year-old Silvio Baumann. The children also painted a Luther rose – the seal that Luther used for his letters. In the family service, the children of the after-school care center told the story of the lost sheep, and the kindergarten, together with Pastor Schafer and Bruno Bibelbar, performed a story play about Luther and his important work. The exhibition can be seen daily for the next few weeks.

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Zschape defense lawyer accuses bka investigators of dilettantism

Zschape defense lawyer accuses BKA investigators of dilettantism

One of Beate Zschape’s defense attorneys sharply criticized two investigators from the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) in the NSU trial in Munich, accusing them of “dilettantism”. In the process, attorney Wolfgang Stahl also engaged in vociferous exchanges with presiding judge Manfred Gotzl.

Gotzl accused the defense lawyer of asking the investigators leading questions, which the lawyer indignantly rejected. The two BKA officers had testified in court about how they interrogated a Zwickau cab driver shortly after the “National Socialist Underground” was busted in November 2011. He had told them he had taken Zschape to the train station six months earlier.

Stahl then criticized the two police officers for not putting their interrogation in writing until weeks later and also for “not openly” questioning their witness: “One wonders whether the result had not already been determined beforehand.”

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Tv marktsteft pulls past hsg volkach

TV Marktsteft pulls past HSG Volkach

The top game of this match day took place in Marktsteft. The TVM, third in the table, welcomed the surprise team from Volkach, which after a very good start to the season had so far found itself in second place in the table. Both coaches expected an even game – and they should be right.
At least until the 45. Minute. The home side got off to a better start and quickly took a 3:0 lead. The HSG needed a few minutes to find their way into the game and was able to make up the deficit in the following period and equalized for the first time at 7:7. After that it went back and forth and the lead changed constantly. Both teams had again and again an answer ready and thus it went with a deserved draw into the cabins. After the change both teams continued where they had left off in the first half. Both sides continued to fight doggedly and neutralized each other. The question was which team would keep up the high tempo longer. The answer came midway through the second period. Until 18:18 the game was completely open, but suddenly and unexpectedly the game of the guests suffered a break and they didn’t manage much anymore.
The forces let up and the TV Marktsteft used this impressively. With a consistent defensive performance and safe finishes in attack provided within a few minutes with nine goals in a row for the decision. In the end they deservedly left the hall as winners and took over the second place in the table. “We were missing some players in preparation for this game. It is all the more pleasing that we were able to show our potential, especially in the second half, and win this game. We still have some tough games ahead of us and are pleased with the cushion of points we have collected so far.”, analyzed a satisfied coach Andreas Vielweber after the game.

Satisfied so far

His counterpart Matthias Lauer was realistic: “It is no surprise that Marktsteft won the game. We wanted to sell ourselves as expensive as possible, we succeeded very well for 45 minutes. Unfortunately we had then a break in the game and wanted to only with the head through the wall. Nevertheless, we are more than satisfied with the season so far and will continue to work with concentration.

Marktsteft: Johannes Ullrich, Felix Lang – Florian Lang 5, Michael Bayer 3/1, Dennis Schmidt 1, Dominik Orf 4, Dominik Thorwarth 3, Daniel Irmler 1, Stefan Bayer, Florian Irmler 7/3, Kevin Pfeiler 2, Thomas Heim 1;

Volkach: Sebastian Gursching, Johannes Vietz – Andre Brezina 1, Tim Fertig, Jens Fieseler, Thorsten Klinger 3/2, Martin Vogel 2, Taylor Vollhals 3, Tobias Herrling 6/1, Michael Kimmel, Christian Vogel, Wolfgang Hornich, Sebastian Kimmel 4, Sebastian Seitzer 1.

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The cooks invite you to dinner and the ball

The cooks invite you to dinner and the ball

100 years of the Regentenbau – This was the focus of the “Bad Kissinger October Gala 2013”, which is traditionally hosted by the Kissingen cooks’ association. The title is not only associated with the art of architecture in Bad Kissingen, when cooks organize such an event, it is of course also about the art of cooking. The OMB Big Band has been engaged to play for the guests of the evening, so that this art does not affect their hips so much.
The traditional ball of the Kissinger cooks is held for over 60 years “in the good room of Bad Kissingen” (Regency Building), Erich Matejsek told the nearly 300 guests. After having moved to the Wandelhalle in recent years, the 100th anniversary of the Regentenbau was used as an occasion to return to the Max Littmann Hall.

Prepared and decorated

And the hard-working helpers of the association, in cooperation with the team of the Kurgarten-Cafe, had prepared and decorated the hall for the festive evening. The festively decorated tables conjured admiring astonishment on the faces of the loyal guests, below them also Lord Mayor Kay Blankenburg (SPD) and spa director Frank Oette. The history of the building came alive with the Historical Personalities from the Rakoczy Festival: Prince Regent Luitpold, King Ludwig III. and Professor Max Littmann as the architect of the building.
The historical personalities honored the importance of the Kissingen cooks as culinary ambassadors far beyond the city limits and as guarantors for an “enjoyable evening”. The Kissingen chefs then redeemed these advance praises already with the appetizer: Mousse of smoked salmon and trout with cucumber textures, preserves of the Barbarie duck in gelled Schlottensud and pickled saddle of suckling pig with marinated mushrooms.
After a few rounds of dancing and the sale of tickets for the sumptuous raffle, the opened the buffet, which was served in the “White Hall” was set up. The active members of the chef’s association were ready to fill the plates or to answer interested questions in their white professional clothing. Applause of the guests.

Acrobatics on the vertical cloth

The artistic interlude of Maike Moerschen at the “Vertikaltuch” provided a breather in the dance round, which was stretched over the dance floor and with which the young woman presented top performances at a height of ten meters. Also present that evening was Marion Stein, a caricaturist and quick painter. She drew the guests with a few skilful strokes. Midnight highlight and surprise: the “dessert from the buffet”, that with Bengal fire into the “white hall” attracted. Here, too, we moved away from the usual: instead of the ice cream buffet, there were variations of iced souffles and creams, as well as delicious chocolates and a chocolate fountain with fresh fruit.
The conclusion of Erich Matejsek (and many guests): “A wonderful evening, which fulfilled all culinary and dancing expectations!”

Culinary superlatives

The planning of the gala evening was in the hands of Johannes Werner, who was assisted by Michael Seufert and Wolfgang Hammelmann. And this already for many years. Although one can access the logistics of the Kurgarten-Cafe and also the Heiligenfeld clinics prove to be generous sponsors, the human being is still the decisive factor in the preparations.
That is: The meals are prepared in the kitchens of the Luitpoldkliniken, to the Regentenbau transported, there again arranged and served and/or. presented at the buffet. In addition, dozens of thermophores for “saddle of veal tender pink roasted in walnut coat” or “Allerlei vom Saaletal-Lamm” with green beans or “Arctic cod with leaf spinach” necessary.
In addition, many plates were prepared for the “finger food” presented in the foyer as well as hundreds of jars for the souffles and creams. In addition, appetizer plates, plates for the main course and dessert were needed. Mind you: everything has to be brought, provided, cleared away and cleaned up again. Not to be forgotten are the cutlery and the glasses – for which the Kurgarten Cafe has taken care in the meantime, because the personnel resources of the Kissingen cooks are not sufficient for this.
According to Erich Matejsek, in 2013 15 people sacrificed their free time for this evening, and another 30 people were employed in service, according to Jochen Weh ner, who is responsible for the Kurgarten Cafe. These are fewer than in previous years, regrets Erich Matejsek, and also with the trainees one encounters smaller resonance “where they would see nevertheless times something, what in the gastronomic enterprises in this extent is no longer made.”

Arrived at limits

Everything has to be tightly organized to ensure that everything works out: Since Tuesday afternoon, the helpers have been on their feet to prepare everything that was. On Saturday it went on from 8 o’clock in the morning until Sunday in the early morning hours. “The time required reaches limits that we as an association can almost no longer shoulder”, said Matejsek looking back. “But on the other hand we feel connected to the tradition of the ball of the Kissinger cooks.” How to continue? A shrug of the shoulders is the answer.

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