DL Debate – 24/05/21 Stay Home to Stay Safe This St Patrick’s Day – Gardai By News Highland – March 16, 2021 Facebook Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai in Donegal are advising people to stay home to stay safe this St Patrick’s Day and avoid large gatherings and house parties.Despite constant and consistent public health advice, Gardai are continuing to find people gathering in large groups at social occasions and at house parties.St. Patrick’s Day will once again this year not be the day of celebrations and parades that we are used to.Although this is disappointing, Gardai in Donegal are asking people to continue to adhere to the current level 5 regulations.There will be extra resources deployed across the Donegal Division on St Patricks day/night and Gardai are advising everyone to celebrate the day safely at home.Gardai in the county are also reminding the public that there is a fine in existence for organising a house party and also a fine for attending a house party.They hope that the majority of the public will continue to adhere to the regulations.Gardai are also reminding the public that if you are leaving home, to please stay within your 5km for exercise, limit your contacts with others, maintain social distancing, and regularly wash your hands. Please ensure that any journey you undertake is essential. Pinterest Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford WhatsApp Google+ Previous articleDismay as A5 improvement scheme faces further delaysNext articleDonegal survivors of Mother & Baby Homes urged to take part in investigation News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
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Facebook Twitter Google+ Jim Boeheim knows many fans and media members are already looking ahead to the Duke game on Saturday.College GameDay visiting Syracuse. The two best teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Tyler Ennis and Jabari Parker on the same court. Excitement is inevitable.But Boeheim insists that his team isn’t looking ahead to Duke. He said his players recognize that every game poses different challenges. No. 2 Syracuse’s (19-0, 6-0 ACC) matchup against Wake Forest (14-6, 4-3) Wednesday night isn’t nearly as notable as the Duke game, but it’s just as important for SU, Boeheim said.“We know that going to Wake Forest is obviously very difficult,” Boeheim said in the Atlantic Coast Conference coaches’ teleconference Monday. “They’re very tough in their place. They haven’t lost at home and are obviously a very good basketball team.”The Demon Deacons won just 36 percent of their games the past three years and have been stuck near the bottom of the ACC standings since 2010.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut this year’s team is different, Boeheim insists. Wake Forest is 12-0 at home and has beaten North Carolina, North Carolina State and Notre Dame. Jeff Bzdelik’s team has outscored its opponents by 4.4 points per game this season and has limited the opposition to just 40.3 percent shooting.Travis McKie was named ACC Player of the Week on Monday, and Codi Miller-McIntyre has emerged as one of the conference’s premier scorers.Last year, Wake Forest had the fourth best attendance in the ACC, and Saturday’s win over the Fighting Irish nearly drew 12,000. Bzdelik, Wake’s head coach, knows his team is young, which is part of the reason it’s been so successful at home, he said.“They feed off the energy,” Bzdelik said in the teleconference.This team is legitimate and is especially lethal at home. Boeheim believes it has a chance to knock off Syracuse, just like any team in the conference. That’s why all of his and Syracuse’s focus is on Wednesday’s game.He said this year’s team has been very good at not looking ahead, so he expects nothing different this week.“There’ll be no thought that we weren’t thinking about Wake Forest,” Boeheim said. “We will be thinking about Wake Forest until that game is over with.” Comments Published on January 27, 2014 at 6:48 pm Contact Trevor: [email protected] | @TrevorHass