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seventh half century in tests in 174 minutes but fell
to a slip catch by Mark Craig.
Mathews went on the last ball before lunch, acro-
batically caught at slip by Kane Williamson, who
lost the ball in the air but juggled and reclaimed
before hitting the ground.
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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
No. 213 Of 2014
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
SHAMWATIE POORAN And STACY
YASHODA RAMCHARITAR Also Called
STACEY YASHODA RAMCHARITAR both of
229 Fleetwood Crescent Brampton Ontario
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cause to the contrary is shown within fourteen
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Registrar General of Trinidad and Tobago wiIl
issue a new Certificate of Title in respect of that
piece of land situate in the Ward of Naparima in
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metres wide and by Lot 3 on the East by Lot 3
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Dated this 10th day of November, 2014.
WELLINGTON---New Zealand wrap-
ped up a 193-run victory over Sri
Lanka yesterday to complete a 2-0
win in the two-test series and con-
tinue its fine form in test cricket.
Mark Craig took 4-53 as New
Zealand bowled out Sri Lanka for 196
with a session to spare at the Basin
The Black Caps have not lost a test
series since defeat in England in March,
2013. Since then New Zealand has
record home series wins against India,
the West Indies and Sri Lanka, defeated
the West Indies away and has drawn
series in Bangladesh and against Pak-
istan in the United Arab Emirates.
The latest test win--- having trailed
by 135 runs on first innings --- followed
an eight-wicket victory in the first test
and was its seventh in 10 tests since
Sri Lanka resumed at 45-1, chasing
an improbable 390 to win and square
the series. The highest fourth-innings
total to win a test at Basin Reserve was
277 by Pakistan in 2003.
Nightwatchman Dhammika Prasana
was out for 6 in only the second over
of the day, brilliantly caught at second
slip by Jimmy Neesham, who snatched
the ball above his head to give Trent
Boult the early breakthrough.
Kumar Sangakkara, who made 203
in the first innings, loomed as the man
most likely to deny New Zealand s vic-
tory push, but he fell for just five in
contentious circumstances, cutting at
a wide delivery from Boult which passed
under the bat on its way to wicket-
keeper B.J. Watling.
There was no appeal from Watling
or other players behind the wicket, but
Boult made a half-hearted appeal that
was turned down by the field umpire.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCul-
lum referred the decision to the tele-
The Hot Spot imaging technology
did not register any contact between
ball and the bottom edge of San-
gakkara s bat but the Snicko audio tech-
nology revealed the faintest of noises
and that was enough to overturn the
field umpire s call and dismiss San-
gakkara, who was clearly angry as he
left the field.
The hosts moved closer to victory
when Kaushal Silva (50) and captain
Angelo Mathews (8) were dismissed in
the last 15 minutes before lunch, sending
Sri Lanka to the break at 110-5.
COLOMBO---Sri Lanka recalled left-handed
opener Dimuth Karunaratne for the Cricket
World Cup and included fast bowler Lasith
Malinga subject to a fitness test.
Most of the squad was already in New Zealand
preparing for a seven-match One-Day Inter-
national (ODI) series starting on Sunday.
Karunaratne has not played an ODI since
December 2013, but he was part of the squad
that won the recent home series against England
5-2, and scored his maiden Test century in the
first test against New Zealand last month.
Kusal Perera, who was earmarked to open
with Tillakaratne Dilshan, was dropped because
of poor scores.
Malinga has been out of the national team
since September, when he underwent surgery
on his left ankle.
Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews (captain),
Lahiru Thirimanne, Tillakaratne Dilshan,
Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene,
Dinesh Chandimal, Dimuth Karunaratne,
Jeevan Mendis, Thisara Perera, Suranga
Lakmal, Lasith Malinga (subject to
fitness), Dhammika Prasad, Nuwan
Kulasekara, Rangana Herath, Sachithra
Sohail Khan was unexpectedly
recalled and allrounder Moham-
mad Hafeez included as a spe-
cialist opening batsman in Pak-
istan s 15-man Cricket World
Cup squad yesterday.
Khan was not in the 30-man
preliminary squad, but forced his
way back into the team more than
three years after his fifth and last
one-day international with his
recent form in domestic match-
Khan made his ODI debut
against Zimbabwe in 2008, played
twice more that year, once in
2009, and once again in Sep-
tember 2011 in Harare. The medi-
um-pacer has six wickets.
But he has been prolific in Pak-
istan s one-day and four-day
competitions. On Tuesday, he
took 6-46 in a one-day match.
Hafeez has been suspended
from bowling in internationals,
and could not clear unofficial
testing of his offspin in India last
week, and didn t apply for official
testing with the International
Cricket Council. This will be his
third World Cup.
Legspinner Yasir Shah was
picked as backup to Shahid Afridi,
while middle-order batsman
Sohaib Maqsood returned after
recovering from a hand injury.
The team, led by Misbah-ul-
Haq, included two opening bats-
men, five middle-order batsmen,
five fast bowlers, two spinners,
and wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed.
Pakistan starts its campaign
against India at Adelaide on Feb-
Hafeez, Ahmed Shehzad,
Younis Khan, Haris Sohail,
Umar Akmal, Sohaib
Maqsood, Shahid Afridi,
Sarfraz Ahmed, Yasir Shah,
Mohammad Irfan, Junaid
Khan, Sohail Khan, Ehsan
Adil, Wahab Riaz.
Kiwis wrap up series
against Sri Lanka
Pacer Sohail Khan in Pakistan squad
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