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MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND THE ECONOMY
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CLOSURE OF CASHIERS' UNITS
ON SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
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Interim national men s hockey Raphael
Govia will have to do without the services
of another key player in Mickel Pierre
for the International Hockey Federation
(FIH) World League First Round quali-
fying tournament in Kingston, Jamaica
from September 30 to October 5.
This after Pierre of Defence Force was
forced to withdraw from the team due to
work committments, paving the way for
Petrotrin forward Wayne Legerton to make
a return. In addition to Pierre, the T&T
team had already been hit by the unavail-
ability of England-based captain Kwand-
wane Browne and Dillet Gilkes due to clubs
committments in England as well as former
vice-captain Dwain Quan Chan, due to
work commitments at Petrotrin.
In Jamaica, T&T, the reigning Caribbean
champions will battle with host Jamaica,
Barbados, Dominican Republic and
Venezuela in a round-robin series at the
end of which the winner will secure the
lone spot available to the Second Round
in Chula Vista, California, next year (Feb-
ruary 28 - March 8).
Govia, who has was appointed to the
position due to the unavailability of men s
coach Glen "Fido" Francis and Andrew
Wilson, of English club, Canterbury had
a first session with the team on Wednesday
and looking ahead to the tournament said
the players were working very hard.
A player/coach at local club, Queen s
Park, Govia will be faced with the task of
returning the locals to winning ways after
a tough Commonwealth Games campaign
Carenage Blasters Aaron Wilson and Power-
Gen s Catherine Spicer were crowned champions
in the Under-21 division of the Tobago Open
Table-Tennis Tournament at Scarborough Sec-
ondary School, yesterday.
Wilson battled past University of T&T s Arun
Roopnarine 11-6, 11-8, 8-11, 11-8 after sweeping
past Lawrence Ince 11-6, 11-3, 11-3 in his semifinal
while Roopnarine defeated Sarvesh Mungal 11-5,
Spicer got the better of Arima Hawks Brittany
Joseph 11-9, 8-11, 11-3, 10-12, 11-5 to avenge a 7-
11, 13-11, 11-5, 11-7 loss in the round-robin group
She reached the final after beating Gyshan
Latchman 11-7, 11-5, 11-4 in her semis while Joseph
stopped Anjana Valsalan 11-9, 11-4, 11-5.
Bishop High School s Jasher De Gannes kept
hold of her Girls Under-15 title via, beating
Petrotrin s Danielle Dick 11-6, 11-3.
In the final-four, De Ganes battled past
Petrotrin s Chelsea Fong 17-15, 9-11, 11-8, and
Dick beat team-mate Nalini Boodoo 8-11, 11-3,
Joshua Maxwell copped the Under-15 boys crown
when he overwhelmed Luc O Young 11-2, 13-11.
In the Under-11 age-group, Messiah Walcott
of Starz and Blasters Shreya Maharaj won.
Walcott beat clubmate Derron Douglas 12-10,
7-11, 11-7 after ousting Jalen Kerr 11-9, 11-6 in
Douglas defeated Nicolas Lee of Blasters 11-8,
11-5 in the other final-four match.
Maharaj took the title left vacant by Ackayla
Lucas when she whipped Petrotrin s Shayana
Samnarine 11-2, 11-4.
In the semis, Maharaj booted clubmate Priyanka
Khellawan 11-7, 11-5 and Samnarine downed Starz s
Shurja Welch 14-12m 11-8.
Pierre out 'Calypso Stickmen' qualifiers
where it ended tenth following a 2-0 at the hands
of Wales in their playoff.
Earlier in their round-robin group phase, T&T
was also beaten by England (6-1), New Zealand (8-
0) and Canada (3-1) before recording a first ever
win at the Games, 4-2 over the higher ranked
T&T will train on Wednesday from 11am to 2pm,
and Thursday from 6pm to 8.30 pm at the National
Hockey Centre, Tacarigua before leaving on Sat-
Andrey Rocke (goalkeeper), Karlos Stephen
(goalkeeper), Darren Cowie (captain), Aidan De
Gannes (vice-captain), Akim Toussaint, Wayne
Legerton, Solomon Eccles, Michael II 'Otis'
O'Connor, Jordan Reynos, Stefan Mouttet,
Nicholas 'Triston' Grant, Ishmael Campbell,
Shaquille Daniel, Marcus James, Shane
Legerton, Kristien Emmanuel, Kiel Murray, Tariq
Technical staff: Raphael Govia (interim
coach), Kirth David (manager), Cindy Martin-
Faustin (head of delegation), Zynul Khan
(doctor), Karielle De Bique (physiotherapist),
Nicholas Baldeosingh (IT technician)
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