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that there would be two sittings of the High Court to hear petitions
for persons wishing to be admitted to practice law before the Courts of Trinidad
that these sittings will be held on
. respectively in the Convocation Hall, Hall of Justice,
Knox Street, Port-of-Spain.
All persons desirous of having their petitions heard before the Court must file their
documents on or before
at the Civil
Court Office, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain.
Dated this 8th day of October, 2014
WARSAW---Poland defeated World Cup champion
Germany 2-0 in their European Championship
qualifier yesterday for its first win over its neighbour
at the 19th attempt.
Arkadiusz Milik scored with Poland s first shot on
target in the 51st minute, heading Lukasz Piszczek s
floated cross to the empty net after Germany goal-
keeper Manuel Neuer missed it.
Robert Lewandowski set up Sebastian Mila to score
inside the far post in the 88th.
"We re delighted to have beaten Germany for the
first time. You can see how much it means to people,"
said Piszczek, who plays club football for German
side Borussia Dortmund.
"We had a little bit of luck, that s why we won.
We took our chances. We had two or three, and we
scored two goals. Germany had a lot of chances and
they didn t take them."
The Polish-born Lukas Podolski came closest for
Germany, but struck the crossbar in the 80th, three
minutes after coming on a substitute, and there was
still time for Mario Goetze to blaze over and Toni
Kroos to shoot narrowly over from a free kick, albeit
after Mila sealed the result.
"I can t fault the team, but perhaps we should
have made more of our chances," Germany coach
Joachim Loew said.
Poland handed Germany its first defeat after 18
competitive games, and its first loss in qualifying
after 33 matches since a 3-0 loss at home to the
Czech Republic in October 2007.
Earlier, Robbie Keane scored a hat trick in a 13-
minute span to help Group D rival Ireland to a 7-
0 rout of Gibraltar in Dublin, and Scotland scraped
a 1-0 win over Georgia in Glasgow thanks to Akaki
Khubutia s first-half own goal.
After two games, Poland and Ireland lead the group
with maximum points, with Germany and Scotland
behind on three. Germany hosts Ireland in
Gelsenkirchen on Tuesday, while Poland plays Scotland
Loew surprised many by handing Karim Bellarabi
his debut, and the Bayer Leverkusen winger was Ger-
many s best attacking threat in a first half of limited
Poland s committed start prevented the visitors
from settling into the game. The best chances came
before halftime as Germany found a groove. (AP)
ATHENS---Greece dominated the
first half and led with a powerful
long shot by first-timer Nikos
Karelis but host Finland equalised
through Jarkko Hurme in Euro-
pean Championship qualifying
That 1-1 draw in Helsinki, and a
late equalizer by Hungary at Roma-
nia, left Northern Ireland alone at
the top of Group F after a 2-0 home
win against Faroe Islands.
Greece, much improved after a
1-0 home loss against Romania in
the opener, will host Northern Ire-
land on Tuesday.
Finland nearly took the lead in
the second minute, but Tim Sparv
steered the ball just wide of Alexan-
der Ring s post.
Greece dominated most of the
rest of the first half and took the
lead in the 24th when Karelis took
a pass from Andreas Samaris and
did not hesitate to unleash a curving
shot from just outside the area
which found the left corner of Fin-
land s goal.
Niki Maenpaa dived but could
not stop Karelis from scoring in his
senior Greece debut.
Finland started the second half
strongly and was rewarded with a
55th-minute equaliser. Substitute
Kasper Hamalainen made a neat
pass to Hurme, who volleyed past
goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis.
Both teams searched for a second
goal, but created no major chances
until the end. Greece coach Claudio
Ranieri brought in a fresh attacking
trio in the final minutes, to no avail.
Northern Ireland scored its pair
against the Faroe Islands inside the
first 20 minutes, through Gareth
McAuley and Kyle Lafferty.
The Faroes one big chance to
claw back a goal later in the first
half was blocked by veteran goalie
Roy Carroll, who saved Frodi Ben-
jaminsen s penalty.
Earlier, Balazs Dzsudzsak scored
in the 82nd to earn Hungary a 1-
1 equaliser against host Romania
in Bucharest, against the run of
play. Raul Rusescu opened the scor-
ing at the stroke of halftime. (AP)
1-1 at Finland
Poland's Arkadiusz Milik, center, scores the opening goal past Germany's
goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, left, and Jerome Boateng during a Euro 2016 group
D qualifying football match between Poland and Germany in Warsaw, Poland,
yesterday. Poland won 2-0. AP PHOTO
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