* All residentsare required to stay at home during Sundays and non-essential travel shall notbe allowed except for emergency cases. Bironparticularly wanted social distancing observed in the public market in BarangayIlaud Poblacion “and in all essential establishments.” * Starting April13, the market schedule earlier given will not only cover transactions insidethe public market but also transactions in all essential establishments outsidethe public market within Barangay Ilaud Poblacion. * The publicmarket and all essential establishments in Barangay Ilaud Poblacion will onlycater to those clients based on the above-mentioned schedule. Stalls in thepublic market and essential establishments not observing physical socialdistancing protocols shall be closed upon recommendation of the marketsupervisors and business permit and licensing office./PN ILOILO – Despitesocial distancing protocols outlined in executive orders he issued relative tothe prevention and control of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), MayorBryant Paul Biron of Barotac Nuevo lamented, “We still encounter a lot ofproblems imposing (them).” The localgovernment of Barotac Nuevo is observing barangay clustering at the publicmarket – villages are designated days when their residents could go to themarket. * Only jeepneysallowed by the local government unit will serve as shuttle services for thosewho will need transportation in going to the market and to Iloilo City.Jeepneys designated as transportation within the municipality will also followthe market schedule and will strictly impose physical social distancingprotocols among the commuters. * As perexecutive order and memorandum order of the provincial government, operationsof trisikads, tricycles andmotorcycles in the municipality are suspended. Private vehicles, tricycles, andmotorcycles used privately in going to the market and in all essentialestablishments in Barangay Ilaud Poblacion shall strictly follow theabove-mentioned schedule. No vehicle is allowed to enter Barangay IlaudPoblacion if it is not their schedule except those delivering essential goodsand those passing through going to other barangays, municipalities or IloiloCity. Thus he issuedExecutive Order (EO) No. 38, Series of 2020 imposing “total quarantine” on thetwo remaining Sundays of April (19 and 26) to further strengthen themunicipality’s measures against the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causesCOVID-19. Here are the keypoints of EO No. 38: As of April 14,Barotac Nuevo had two confirmed COVID-19 cases – a 59-year-old female who diedon April 5 and a 25-year-old female confined in a hospital but with stablecondition. * Onlyfrontliners are allowed to go out during Sundays. Social distancingwould be strictly enforced and people would be prohibited from leaving theirhouses unless there is an emergency. * Vehicles andpersons from other municipalities and Iloilo City, with valid enhanced quarantinedpass and documents, passing through the municipality of Barotac Nuevo duringSundays shall not be hampered. * Every Sunday,starting April 19, the public market and all essential establishments in theentire municipality shall be closed except for drugstores, hospitals, medicalclinics, and the Rural Health Unit. Social distancing, also called“physical distancing”, means keeping space between people. Its goal is to stopor slow down the spread of COVID-19.
Facebook Twitter Google+ As Syracuse (10-8-2) began the second half of the season, the Orange added two victories over the weekend against Vermont (8-9-4) in Burlington, Vt., to push its record over the .500 mark Both offenses were on display in SU’s 4-3 victory on Saturday afternoon. Less than a minute into the first period, left wing Allie LaCombe scored to give Syracuse a 1-0 lead. Vermont responded early in the second period by taking advantage of a power-play opportunity. Right wing Victoria Andreakos tied the game with a goal assisted by Amanda Pelkey and Brittany Zuback.The Orange responded a few minutes later when Julie Knerr scored off an assist from Brittney Krebs and Jessica Sibley to retake the lead, 2-1. Halfway through the third period, forward Akane Hosoyamada gave Syracuse a two-score lead with her first goal on the day.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut just as Syracuse could have pulled away with a 3-1 lead, Vermont responded with two consecutive goals in a span of 6:17.Pelkey added Vermont’s second goal 11 minutes in to cut the lead to one goal. Center Dayna Colang added one at the 17:43 mark to tie the game at 3-3.But Hosoyamada capitalized on her scoring opportunity in the game’s waning moments. Her goal with eight seconds remaining catapulted the Orange to the victory.Syracuse returned to the ice Sunday, defeating Vermont 3-2 to complete the weekend sweep. Ten minutes into the first period, defender Nicole Renault scored a power-play goal to give Syracuse another 1-0 lead.After a shortage of goals in the first and second periods, Syracuse extended its lead to 2-0 early in the third. Right wing Melissa Piacentini scored an unassisted goal 4:56 into the final period of regulation.But Vermont responded in a similar fashion to Saturday’s performance by scoring two straight goals to claw back in the game. Sarah Kelly scored seven minutes into the period, and Pelkey added a power-play goal four and a half minutes later to tie the score at 2-2.Then Syracuse responded with another game-clinching goal. SU defender Larissa Martyniuk added a goal less than two minutes later to give the Orange a lead that would not be relinquished.Senior goalie Jenesica Drinkwater (6-1) earned two victories on the weekend.Syracuse will return to the ice Friday at 7 p.m. in Rochester, N.Y., against Rochester Institute of Technology.compiled by Matt Miselis, staff writer, email@example.com Comments Published on January 5, 2014 at 6:43 pm
The Wisconsin men’s hockey team will get a chance to salvage the worst regular season in program history this weekend, but it’s going to have to nearly double its total wins.After victories in just four of their first 34 games, the Badgers (4-25-5, 2-15-3 Big Ten) head to the Big Ten tournament this weekend in Detroit, where their season will likely come to an end. UW would have to win three straight games and the Big Ten tournament title to secure an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.But despite the tall task of winning out, head coach Mike Eaves is optimistic about his team’s improvement in the second half of the season heading into the conference tournament.“It’s a brand new start. It’s a beginning, and I think it raises that thought of hope for us,” Eaves said. “We have, in the second half, talked about playing our best hockey coming into March, and we have done that.”However, Wisconsin opens with Michigan Thursday night, a team it has yet to beat this season in four games. In the first series with the Wolverines, UW jumped out to a 4-1 lead early on in the second period, but ended up allowing six straight goals in a 7-4 loss. After those first four goals in the first game, the Wolverines ended up outscoring the Badgers 20-2 in the final three and a half games.The road trip to Michigan featured slightly closer games, but still resulted in 3-0 and 5-2 Michigan wins.“They lead the country in offense, and we saw that firsthand here,” Eaves said. “We played them much tighter in their building. Even Red complimented our team [on] how the second series was closer.”Going up against a team in Michigan that averages 3.88 goals per game, Wisconsin will have a tall task on its hands. Wisconsin hasn’t scored more than two goals in a game in more than a month, which coincidentally was its last win, a 3-2 victory over Ohio State Feb. 14, and has scored more than two goals in a game only seven times. The Badgers have also been shut out in five of their last seven games.After two conference tournament championships the last two seasons for Wisconsin, the Badgers will have to start fast if they hope to reclaim a tournament crown for the third straight year.Wisconsin will also have to do it in a different venue, as this year’s Big Ten tournament will take place at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, following 14 straight years for the Badgers at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.“The next time the tournament comes up to go to Detroit, that arena won’t be there,” Eaves said of the only opportunity to play in the historic NHL barn. “They are building a new arena for the Detroit Red Wings, and this arena, excuse the pun, but it reeks of history, like spilled beer and cigarettes and championships gone by.”Should Wisconsin win in the first game against Michigan, it would take on Michigan State in the semifinals. The Badgers did manage one win against the Spartans this season, but then got swept in the final three games against MSU, all by a score of 3-0. Spartans’ goaltender Jake Hildebrand has keyed the Spartans’ success this season, with the second-most shutouts in the country (6) and the ninth-best save percentage (93.0).Goaltending could also be a key to Wisconsin’s success in the tournament. UW has relied heavily on Joel Rumpel throughout the season, and despite less than average numbers compared to the rest of his career, Rumpel has kept Wisconsin in most games. Despite allowing the fifth most goals per game in the country as a team, Rumpel still has managed a .904 save percentage.But considering Wisconsin is the fourth-worst offense in the country, the Badgers’ attack will have to support Rumpel to keep the season on life support.“Hope is a great thing,” Eaves said. “This time of year, how many Cinderella stories have been written in March through basketball or hockey? We will find out together if we can write one of those stories again.”Game VitalsWhat: Big Ten men’s hockey tournamentWho: Wisconsin vs. Michigan StateWhere: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MichiganWhen: Thursday, 7 p.m. Televised on the Big Ten Network.WisconsinLeading scorers: Grant Besse (11 G, 11 A), Joseph LaBate (6 G, 12 A), Morgan Zulinick (5 G, 10 A)Probable goaltender: Joel Rumpel (4-22-4, 3.43 goals-against-average, 90.4 save percentage)Michigan StateLeading scorers: Matt Berry (11 G, 17 A), Mackenzie MacEachern (11 G, 14 A), Michael Ferrantino (12 G, 11 A)Probable goaltender: Jake Hildebrand (17-15-2, 2.12 GAA, 93.0 save percentage)
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisResidents brought their concerns over the Township’s finances to the board meeting, addressing everything from ambulatory services, to insurance costs. Alpena resident Russ Rhynard says, for starters, the budget allocations are confusing.“Well when you try to figure out what individuals are receiving salary and benefits, it’s impossible because the line items lump together everyone in a department. So if you’re in the clerk’s office, there’s several employees, and you’re the supervisor and you have an assistant, part of the assistant’s budget is lumped in with any benefits the supervisor receives.”Beyond the salary payments, there are some mixed feelings about the distribution of tax dollars as whole.Rhynard says, “…Add a litle less [money] to Thunder Bay Island, who, only a select group of folks are ever going to go out there and see the improvements of that island. It’s a good historical preservation, but I don’t know that the Township should fund that much of it.”Township Supervisor Nathan Skibbe, says the board has faced some limitations in the way they present the budget due to state requirements.“We need to do a better job with working within the parameters with the unfortunately reality of the uniform chart of accounts in the state of Michigan…[that means] creating footnotes to explain department salary expenditures. That is a huge thing. I think that would probably be one of the biggest things that has been misconstrued.”The board is doing everything it can to accommodate community members amid the frustrations.Supervisor Skibbe says, “We listened to the people at the budget hearing last night and the subsequent meeting following, and we’ve listened to the those recommendations and we’ll continue to move forward with adding as much transparency and information as possible.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena, alpena township, Board, BudgetContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Tuesday, March 26Next A number of prescribed fires scheduled for this week
The 2019 NCAA Tournament bracket is set and, aside from the schools people are used to hearing about year after year, you can’t forget about everyone else.The tournament field is made up of 68 teams and that’s a lot of programs from all across the nation to keep track of basic information on each school. Here’s the guide to everything you need to know about each school in March Madness. Whether it be for one game or all the way leading up to the Final Four, we’ve got your powerhouse teams, mid-majors and, of course, the Cinderellas that continue to bust brackets year after year.MORE: Odds for every team to win the NCAA TournamentEast RegionDuke Blue DevilsLocation: Durham, North CarolinaSeed: No. 1, East RegionEnrollment: 6,692Notable Alumni: Richard Nixon (President)All-time Record: 108-36VCU RamsLocation: Richmond, VirginiaSeed: No. 8, East RegionEnrollment: 24,010Notable Alumni: Jay Pharoah (Comedian)All-time Record: 13-16UCF KnightsLocation: Orlando, FloridaSeed: No. 9, East RegionEnrollment: 56,972Notable Alumni: Daniel Tosh (Comedian)All-time Record: 0-4Mississippi State BulldogsLocation: Starkville, MississippiSeed: No. 5, East RegionEnrollment: 18,312Notable Alumni: Dak Prescott (NFL Quarterback)All-Time Record: 11-10Liberty FlamesLocation: Lynchburg, VirginiaSeed: No. 12, East RegionEnrollment: 45,754Notable Alumni: Samantha Ponder (ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown)All-Time Record: 0-3Virginia Tech HokiesLocation: Blacksburg, VirginiaSeed: No. 4, East RegionEnrollment: 27,193Notable Alumni: Dell Curry (Former NBA)All-Time Record: 6-10Saint Louis BillikensLocation: St. Louis, MissouriSeed: No. 13, East RegionEnrollment: 7,502Notable Alumni: George Michael (Musician)All-time Record: 6-10Maryland TerrapinsLocation: College Park, MarylandSeed: No. 6, East RegionEnrollment: 26,889Notable Alumni: Scott Van Pelt (ESPN and SportsCenter)All-Time Record: 40-25Belmont BruinsLocation: Nashville, TennesseeSeed: No. 11, East RegionEnrollment: 5,933Notable Alumni: Brad Paisley (Country artist)All-Time Record: 1-7LSU TigersLocation: Baton Rouge, LouisianaSeed: No. 3, East RegionEnrollment: 24,904Notable Alumni: Shaquille O’Neal (NBA Hall of Famer)All-Time Record: 24-24Yale BulldogsLocation: New Haven, ConnecticutSeed: No. 14, East RegionEnrollment: 5,528Notable Alumni: George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton (Presidents), Meryl Streep (Actress)All-Time Record: 1-5Louisville CardinalsLocation: Louisville, KentuckySeed: No. 7, East RegionEnrollment: 14,844Notable Alumni: Diane Sawyer (ABC World News)All-Time Record: 61-40 (Louisville forfeited 123 wins during 2011-2014)Minnesota Golden GophersLocation: Minneapolis, MinnesotaSeed: No. 10, East RegionEnrollment: 30,511Notable Alumni: Bob Dylan (Musician)All-Time Record: 7-9 (tournament appearances from 1972, 1994, 1995, 1997 have been vacated)Michigan State SpartansLocation: East Lansing, MichiganSeed: No. 2, East RegionEnrollment: 38,853Notable Alumni: Magic Johnson (Retired NBA), Nick Foles (NFL Quarterback)All-Time Record: 65-31Bradley BravesLocation: Peoria, IllinoisSeed: No. 15, East RegionEnrollment: 4,436Notable Alumni: Kirby Puckett (MLB)All-Time Record: 11-8North Dakota State BisonLocation: Fargo, North DakotaSeed: No. 16, East RegionEnrollment: 11,984Notable Alumni: Carson Wentz (NFL)All-Time Record: 1-3N.C. Central EaglesLocation: Durham, North CarolinaSeed: No. 16, East RegionEnrollment: 8,207Notable Alumni: Kim Coles (comedian, actor)All-Time Record: 0-2West RegionGonzaga BulldogsLocation: Spokane, WashingtonSeed: No.1, West RegionEnrollment: 4,965Notable Alumni: Bing Crosby (Musician)All-Time Record: 30-20Fairleigh Dickinson KnightsLocation: Hackensack, New JerseySeed: No. 16, West RegionEnrollment: 8,214Notable Alumni: Seth Greenberg (ESPN personality)All-Time Record: 1-5Syracuse OrangemenLocation: Syracuse, New YorkSeed: No. 8, West RegionEnrollment: 14,620Notable Alumni: Taye Diggs (Actor)All-Time Record: 68-39Baylor BearsLocation: Waco, TexasSeed: No. 9, West RegionEnrollment: 14,139Notable Alumni: Chip and Joanna Gains (HGTV’s Fixer Upper)All-Time Record: 13-13Marquette Golden EaglesLocation: Milwaukee, WisconsinSeed: No. 5, West RegionEnrollment: 8,143Notable Alumni: Dwyane Wade (NBA)All-Time Record: 40-34Murray State RacersLocation: Murray, KentuckySeed: No. 12, West RegionEnrollment: 7,891Notable Alumni: Justin Fuente (Virginia Tech Head Coach)All-Time Record: 3-16Florida State SeminolesLocation: Tallahassee, FloridaSeed: No. 4, West RegionEnrollment: 32,229Notable Alumni: Brooks Koepka (Professional Golfer), Buster Posey (MLB catcher)All-Time Record: 19-16Vermont CatamountsLocation: Burlington, VermontSeed: No. 13, West RegionEnrollment: 10,081Notable alumni: Ben Affleck (Actor)All-time record: 2-6Buffalo BullsLocation: Buffalo, New YorkSeed: No. 6, West RegionEnrollment: 19,693Notable alumni: Khalil Mack (NFL linebacker)All-time record: 1-3Arizona State Sun DevilsLocation: Tempe, ArizonaSeed: No. 11, West RegionEnrollment: 41,222Notable alumni: Phil Mickelson (Professional golfer), Jimmy Kimmel (Television personality)All-time record: 11-15 (1995 tournament appearance was vacated by the NCAA)St. John’s Red StormLocation: Queens, New YorkSeed: No. 11, West RegionEnrollment: 11,244Notable Alumni: J. Cole (Rapper)All-Time Record: 27-30 (2002 tournament appearance was vacated by the NCAA)Texas Tech Red RaidersLocation: Lubbock, TexasSeed: No. 3, West RegionEnrollment: 28,868Notable Alumni: Patrick Mahomes (NFL Quarterback)All-time record: 9-16 (1996 tournament appearance was vacated)Northern Kentucky NorseLocation: Highland Heights, KentuckySeed: No. 14, West RegionEnrollment: 11,302Notable Alumni: George Clooney (Actor)All-time record: 0-1Nevada Wolf PackLocation: Reno, NevadaSeed: No. 7, West RegionEnrollment: 17,295Notable alumni: Colin Kaepernick (NFL)All-time record: 2-1Florida GatorsLocation: Gainesville, FloridaSeed: No. 10, West RegionEnrollment: 32,367Notable alumni: Tim Tebow (MLB), Erin Andrews (Television personality)All-time record: 43-17 (1987 and 1988 appearances have been vacated by the NCAA)Michigan WolverinesLocation: Ann Arbor, MichiganSeed: No. 2, West RegionEnrollment: 28,120Notable alumni: Tom Brady (NFL), Gerald Ford (President)All-time record: 52-23 (1992 Final Four and all 1993, 1996 and 1998 games have been vacated by the NCAA)Montana GrizzliesLocation: Missoula, MontanaSeed: No. 15, West RegionEnrollment: 10,175Notable Alumni: Jeannette Rankin (First woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives)All-time record: 2-12South RegionVirginia CavaliersLocation: Charlottesville, VirginiaSeed: No. 1, South RegionEnrollment: 16,665Notable Alumni: Tina Fey (comedian, actor), Katie Couric (journalist)All-Time Record: 29-21Gardner-Webb Runnin’ BulldogsLocation: Boiling Springs, North CarolinaSeed: No. 16, South RegionEnrollment: 2,207Notable Alumni: Blake Lalli (MLB catcher)All-Time Record: 0-0Ole Miss RebelsLocation: Oxford, MississippiSeed: No. 8, South RegionEnrollment: 18,737Notable Alumni: Eli Manning (NFL quarterback)All-Time Record: 5-8Oklahoma SoonersLocation: Norman, OklahomaSeed: No. 9, South RegionEnrollment: 22,819Notable Alumni: Olivia Munn (actor), Baker Mayfield (NFL)All-Time Record: 41-30Wisconsin BadgersLocation: Madison, WisconsinSeed: No. 5, South RegionEnrollment: 32,196Notable Alumni: J.J. Watt (NFL)All-Time Record: 38-22Oregon DucksLocation: Eugene, OregonSeed: No. 12, South RegionEnrollment: 19,340Notable Alumni: Ty Burrell (actor)All-Time Record: 23-14Kansas State WildcatsLocation: Manhattan, KansasSeed: No. 4, South RegionEnrollment: 18,488Notable Alumni: Darren Sproles (NFL)All-Time Record: 34-33UC Irvine AnteatersLocation: Irvine, CaliforniaSeed: No. 13, South RegionEnrollment: 29,307Notable Alumni: Scott Brooks (NBA coach)All-Time Record: 0-1Villanova WildcatsLocation: Villanova, PennsylvaniaSeed: No. 6, South RegionEnrollment: 6,966Notable Alumni: Bradley Cooper (actor)All-Time Record: 58-36St. Mary’s GaelsLocation: Moraga, CaliforniaSeed: No. 11, South RegionEnrollment: 2,658Notable Alumni: Patty Mills (NBA)All-Time Record: 5-9Purdue BoilermakersLocation: Lafayette, IndianaSeed: No. 3, South RegionEnrollment: 31,006Notable Alumni: Neil Armstrong (astronaut), Drew Brees (NFL)All-Time Record: 37-29Old Dominion MonarchsLocation: Norfolk, VirginiaSeed: No. 14, South RegionEnrollment: 19,540Notable Alumni: Nancy Lieberman (WNBA), Justin Verlander (MLB pitcher)All-Time Record: 3-11Cincinnati BearcatsLocation: Cincinnati, OhioSeed: No. 7, South RegionEnrollment: 26,608Notable Alumni: George Clooney (actor)All-Time Record: 45-30Iowa HawkeyesLocation: Iowa City, IowaSeed: No. 10, South RegionEnrollment: 24,503Notable Alumni: Gene Wilder (actor)All-Time Record: 29-27Tennessee VolunteersLocation: Knoxville, TennesseeSeed: No. 2, South RegionEnrollment: 28,894Notable Alumni: Peyton Manning (NFL), Candace Parker (WNBA)All-Time Record: 19-21Colgate RaidersLocation: Hamilton, New YorkSeed: No. 15, South RegionEnrollment: 2,873Notable Alumni: Bob Woodruff (journalist)All-Time Record: 0-2Midwest RegionNorth Carolina Tar HeelsLocation: Chapel Hill, North CarolinaSeed: No. 1, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 18,862Notable Alumni: Michael Jordan (retired NBA), Mia Hamm (retired soccer), Ken Jeong (actor)All-Time Record: 123-45Iona GaelsLocation: New Rochelle, New YorkSeed: No. 16, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 3,178Notable Alumni: Don McLean (musician)All-Time Record: 1-13Utah State AggiesLocation: Logan, UtahSeed: No. 8, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 24,618Notable Alumni: Chris Cooley (retired NFL)All-Time Record: 6-22Washington HuskiesLocation: Seattle, WashingtonSeed: No. 9, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 31,331Notable Alumni: Hope Solo (retired soccer)All-Time Record: 18-17Auburn TigersLocation: Auburn, AlabamaSeed: No. 5, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 23,964Notable Alumni: Lionel Richie (musician)All-Time Record: 12-8New Mexico State AggiesLocation: Las Cruces, New MexicoSeed: No. 12, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 11,713Notable Alumni: Alan Hale (astronomer)All-Time Record: 10-25Kansas JayhawksLocation: Lawrence, KansasSeed: No. 4, MidwestEnrollment: 19,338Notable Alumni: Paul Rudd (comedian, actor)All-Time Record: 103-45Northeastern HuskiesLocation: Boston, MassachusettsSeed: No. 13, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 13,825Notable Alumni: LL Cool J (rapper, actor)All-Time Record: 3-8Iowa State CyclonesLocation: Ames, IowaSeed: No. 6, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 29,621Notable Alumni: George Washington Carver (scientist, inventor)All-Time Record: 19-19Ohio State BuckeyesLocation: Columbus, OhioSeed: No. 11, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 45,946Notable Alumni: R.L. Stine (TV producer, novelist, screenwriter)All-Time Record: 55-30Houston CougarsLocation: Houston, TexasSeed: No. 3, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 37,215Notable Alumni: Chamillionaire (rapper)All-Time Record: 26-24Georgia State PanthersLocation: Atlanta, GeorgiaSeed: No. 14, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 52,814Notable Alumni: Ludacris (rapper)All-Time Record: 2-3Wofford TerriersLocation: Spartanburg, South CarolinaSeed: No. 7, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 1,592Notable Alumni: Craig Melvin (journalist)All-Time Record: 0-4 Seton Hall PiratesLocation: South Orange, New JerseySeed: No. 10, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 5,969Notable Alumni: Dick Vitale (sportscaster)All-Time Record: 15-11Kentucky WildcatsLocation: Lexington, KentuckySeed: No. 2, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 22,425Notable Alumni: Anthony Davis (NBA)All-Time Record: 126-57Abilene Christian WildcatsLocation: Abilene, TexasSeed: No. 15, Midwest RegionEnrollment: 3,670Notable Alumni: Bernard Scott (NFL)All-Time Record: 0-0
A lifeguard filmed himself beating up his former girlfriend’s new boyfriend after the pair went on a stag party together.Josh Moffitt attacked Joshua Murdock outside a bar in Letterkenny, Co Donegal on March 11th last. The pair had spent the day in eachother’s company but things turned nasty when Moffatt began to ask Mr Murdock about his ex-girlfriend.Without warning, Moffitt attacked his victim outside McGinley’s Bar on Letterkenny’s Main Street.He punched Mr Murdock and then filmed him with his phone while he kicked him in the face.The innocent victim was left covered in blood and also suffered deep wounds over both eyes for which he had to be hospitalised and receive stitches.Moffitt, aged 25, appeared at Letterkenny District Court where he was charged with assault.Solicitor for Moffitt, Mr Patsy Gallagehr said his client had been drinking heavily at the stag party and although he had no memory of what happened, he accepted full responsibility for it.“This should never have happened and he only realised what he had done when the alcohol left his system,” said Mr Gallagher.He added that the entire incident had had a profound effect on Moffitt and his circle of friends.Moffitt, of Avonbrrok Gardens, in Coleraine, Co Derry, had no previous convictions, the court was told.Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case until December 17th for a community service and probation report as well as asking the Probation Service to see if this was a suitable case for restorative justice between Moffitt and his victim.He also asked for a victim impact statement from Mr Murdock.Man filmed himself beating up ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend on stag party was last modified: October 19th, 2018 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:attackcourtdonegalJosh Moffatt