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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, November 5, 2014
The public is hereby notified that...
LUTCHMEESINGH'S TRANSPORT CONTRACTORS LTD.,
Proposes to apply to the Environmental Management Authority
(EMA) for a variation in accordance with the Noise Pollution
Control Rules for the Event/Activity described below :
Date of Event/Activity:
December 15th 2014 to April 15th 2015 inclusive of Sundays
Name and Description of Event/Activity:
Earthworks including Excavation and Removal of Materials
from Site,Tying of Reinforcing Steel and Pouring of Concrete,
Location/address of Event/Activity
B 1/3 Cedar Hill Road, Sum Sum Hill Claxton Bay.
Duration of Event/Activity
Four (4) months
Start time : 5.00 p.m. End Time 12.00 a.m.
The Public is invited to submit comments within five (5) working
days of the publication of this Notice to the E.M.A.
T&T Pro League Chief Executive
Officer Dexter Skeene attended Soc-
cerex Americas Forum 2014 in Bar-
bados recently where he held discus-
sions with US Major League Soccer
Commissioner Don Garber among
other leaders in the football industry.
The forum was geared towards "Sup-
porting the Growth of Football in the
The conference programme included
important topics and issues relevant to
the TT Pro League such as sponsorship,
fan engagement and international
expansion. It also explored the forma-
tion of a Caribbean Premier League.
A former T&T international mid-
fielder, Skeene stated that "Soccerex
provided the forum to discuss and share
ideas with senior football executives
who have had similar experiences. They
dealt with the challenges behind the
running of a football club and league"
and also they were able to reveal the
key strategies necessary to making their
football business successful.
"The contacts and insights gained
at the forum will go a long way to con-
tribute towards the League gaining
opportunities and forming strategic
partnerships with international sporting
organisations and clubs", said Skeene.
The distinguished guest list at the
forum also included Former Chelsea
and Netherlands international Jimmy
Floyd Hasselbaink, Jeffrey Webb, Pres-
ident of Concacaf, and Osvaldo Ardiles
former Argentine midfielder and World
Cup medal winner.
Other topics on the programme
included League Creation & Expansion,
Player Development & Retention, Sport
Tourism, Attracting and Hosting Major
Events and the Business of Sport.
T&T s senior women s team
was the biggest mover among all
177 nations, leaping to 46th spot,
when Fifa issued its latest
women s national team rankings
a fews days ago.
The Women Soca Warriors
made the massive jump, 33 places
upward from 79th spot, following
their impressive run at the Con-
cacaf Women s Championship,
where they ended just behind
third-place finisher Mexico
(remaining in 25th spot), runner-
up Costa Rica (remaining in 40th
spot) and world leader USA.
Along the way, T&T recorded
wins against Haiti (down four
places to 60th) and Guatemala
(two places down to 79th). T&T
also recorded a 1--0 loss to the
USA, which was the best result by
any team against the Americans
at the Concacaf event.
With the move, T&T went three
places above Ecuador, the team it
will meet in an intercontinental
playoff for Concacaf and Com-
nebol s half-spot for Fifa Women s
World Cup qualification.
T&T will face Ecuador in Quito
on Saturday, before playing the
reverse leg in Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad and Tobago, on December
2. USA leads the standings, while
Germany, Japan, France and Swe-
den make up the second to fifth
ranked teams, respectively.
Defence Force and BIG South
East Port-of-Spain (SEPoS)
advance to the main draw quar-
terfinals of the T&T Volleyball
Federation Super League Men s
Championship Division after 3--1
wins on the weekend.
Playing at the Jean Pierre Com-
plex, Mucurapo, Defence Force,
which was demoted from the Pre-
mier Division at the end of last
season, won 25--21, 25--17, 23--25,
25--23 to set up a quarterfinal with
Technocrats, the East Zone top
SEPoS made the journey over
to Scarborough Secondary and
toppled Tobago 25--27, 25--23,
25--14, 25--23 and will now meet
West Side Stars, the West Zone
winners while Southern United
Volleyball Academy (SUVA II) out-
lasted University of Southern
Caribbean (USC) 3--2 at the Central
Regional Indoor Sports Arena,
Chaguanas on Monday to set up
a last-eight meeting with its club-
mates, SUVA I.
In the other quarterfinal, the
Zenith and Starlings playoff winner
will face playoff North Zone winner
The women s playoff served off
on Monday night with Zenith
whipping SUVA II 3--1 at Chagua-
nas for a quarterfinal encounter
with SUVA I.
The three remaining playoff
matches feature, Tobago and West
Side Stars II; USC against Univer-
sity of T&T (UTT) with the win-
ners to meet West Side Stars I
(West winner) and Glamorgan
(North winner) in the quarters,
respectively. SEPoS which was on
a bye comes up against East win-
ner, Technocrats in the remaining
Defence Force, SEPoS
advance to quarters
T&T women move 33
places in Fifa rankings
with MLS leaders
Dexter Skeene, right, makes a point to MLS Commissioner Don Garber.
T&T's senior women's team before a recent Concacaf Women's Championship fixture.
T&T s Marc-Anthony Hon-
ore and his SL Benfica club
won their fifth Portugal Vol-
leyball Super Cup via straight
sets victory over Castêlo da
Maia in Coimbra, 25--17, 25--17,
Honore and his team-mates
have taken their good form into
the league campaign as the defend-
ing champions and four-time A1
Premier Division winners are cur-
rently second on the table with a
4--1 record and 13 points, after
beating AA Espinho 25--10, 25--17,
In their previous league matches,
SL Benfica swept past Leixoes
25--20, 25--14, 25--15; SC Espinho
25--19, 25--23, 25--11 and Clube K
25--12, 25--15, 25--16 while it went
under to table leader AJF Bastardo,
23--25, 30--28, 23--25, 25--21, 7--15
for its lone loss.
Last night, SL Benfica was
expected to face CV Andorra in
the European Club Cup compe-
tition before returning to domestic
action on Saturday versus Castelo
Honore's Benfica spikes fifth Super Cup
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