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PORT AUTHORITY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
INVITATION TO TENDER
FOR THE SUPPLY & OPERATION OF TUG BOAT SERVICES AT
THE PORTS OF PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD
& PORT OF SCARBROUGH, TOBAGO.
The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) hereby invites Tenders from locally registered and
foreign companies for the supply and operation of three (3) tugs for a period of one (1) year with
an option to renew for a period of 6 months, commencing 2014 October 01 or thereabout in
accordance with the Tender Specifications to be obtained from the Port Secretary's Office.
1. Tender documents providing more details can be obtained during the hours of 8.00 a.m. to
4.00 p.m. from Monday 2014 September 8th, from:
The Port Secretary
2nd Floor, PATT Administration Building
Port of Spain.
Upon payment in Cash or Manager's Cheque of a non-refundable sum of One Thousand
Dollars (TT$1,000.00) to the Cashier, located on the Ground Floor of the Port Authority
Administration Building. Foreign companies must contact the office of the Port Secretary
with respect to payment details.
2. Any questions or queries regarding this Tender shall be addressed in writing to the Port
Secretary, during normal business hours, via facsimile message sent to fax number
(1-868-624-2034) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
3. Tenders will close 2.00 p.m. on Tuesday 2014 September 30th. Late submissions shall
not be considered under any circumstances.
4. Tenders must be sealed within plain envelopes and deposited in the Tender Box, located on
the ground floor of the Port Administration Building, Dock Road, Port of Spain, labeled:
"Tender for the Supply & Operation of Tug Boat Services"
And addressed to:
Port Authority Tenders Committee
2nd Floor, PATT Administration Building
Dock Road, Port of Spain.
2014 September 5th
T&T midfielder Kevin Molino continued
to rack up the accolades when his USL Pro
club, Orlando City held its annual gala wards
at the Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida
on Sunday night.
The 24-year-old Carenage-resident stole
the show, taking home two Player of the Year
honours as voted on by both fans and team-
mates, and the "Top Goalscorer" award.
Molino, a former standout in the Secondary
Schools Football League at East Mucurapo
Secondary set a USL PRO regular season
record for goals scored with 20 in the 2014
campaign while also leading the league in
assists, nine and most points overall 49.
A day earlier, Molino who was also the
2012 USL Pro Most Valuable Player snapped
up a trio of USL Pro awards, the Scoring
Champion, Golden Boot and Assist Champion
to lead the Lions to their third league regular
season title. Other awardees were goalkeeper
Miguel Gallardo, who received the Clubman
Award for his work as team ambassador with-
in the community, and for his leadership on
the field; Tyler Turner received Rookie of the
Year honours for his outstanding play this
season while the Community Award went
to Luke Boden for his frequent appearances
with schools and youth groups, as well as
his work with children fighting cancer.
In an emotional conclusion to the awards,
President Phil Rawlins presented Coach Adri-
an Heath with the President s Award for his
leadership and success with the squad during
its final season in USL PRO, and for all his
contributions throughout his illustrious tenure
with the club to date.
Molino and his clubmates will now turn their atten-
tion to the 2014 USL PRO Playoffs, which kicks off
tomorrow night as the top eight teams compete to
take a step toward the championship.
The quarterfinal matchups see top-seeded Orlando
City SC hosts the Harrisburg City Islanders, while
Sacramento Republic FC hosts Wilmington Hammer-
heads FC, the LA Galaxy II welcome the Rochester
Rhinos, and long-time rivals the Richmond Kickers
and Charleston Battery face off for the first time in
the USL PRO Playoffs.
Jabari Hodge scored in added time to hand Pleas-
antville a narrow 1-0 win over Mayaro in the open-
ing South Zone fixture of the BGTT Secondary
Schools Football League (SSFL) Championship
Pleasantville, which failed to make the cut into
this year s inaugural Premier Division made an early
step to the top of the Championship standings, joint
with last year s Senior Division champion and newly-
promoted Fyzabad Secondary, which in contrast,
scored early on and hung on to defeat Princes Town
West, another newly-promoted team, 1-0.
Simeon Pierre scored the only goal in the fifth
Meanwhile, the North and Central Zones also got
underway in the Championship division.
In Central, Miracle Ministry made it debut with
a comfortable 3-1 win over ASJA Boys. Gianni Dick-
erson bagged a brace, while Nathan Young scored
the other goal for the winning team, which was up
2-0 at the half. ASJA s lone goal was an own goal.
Meanwhile, goals were in abundance in the North
Zone, with Queen s Royal College seeking a strong
start after last year s disappointing campaign with
a 7-1 thrashing of Diego Martin Central, while Diego
Martin North and Tranquility Secondary shared a
point after playing to a 4-4 draw.
Today, the East Zone will kick off with a double-
header at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima.
Action will continue tomorrow in the Central, East
and North Zones with one match carded for each.
Three matches are also carded for the Tobago Zone
tomorrow, while the Premier Division continues with
a full round of fixtures.
After each zone completes their league fixtures,
the top two teams from the North, South, East and
Central Zone, will play in a "Big Eight" competition,
with the two finalists and third place finisher securing
promotion to the Premier Division. The bottom three
teams from the Premier Division will face relegation
to their respective zones.
make winning start in
Molino adds to USL accolades
Pleasantville 1 (Jabari Hodge 90th+1) v Mayaro 0
Fyzabad 1 (Simeon Pierre 5th) v Princes Town West 0
Vishnu Boys 1 (Narendra Joseph 38th)
v Presentation Chaguanas 1 (Raheem Collins 23rd)
Miracle Ministry 3 v ASJA Boys 1
Queen's Royal Central 7 v Diego Martin Central 1
Diego Martin North 4 v Tranquility Secondary 4
Trinity College - Bye
Today - Championship
Valencia Secondary v Barataria South,
Larry Gomes, 3 pm
El Dorado East v Five Rivers, Larry Gomes, 5 pm
RESULTS - CHAMPIONSHIP
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