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THE NURSING COUNCIL OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Dolly-Hargreaves House, 25/26 Victoria Square West, Port-of-Spain
ELECTIONS OF THE NURSING COUNCIL OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
will be held for the term 2015 -- 2018 as prescribed by Section 7 (b) (i), (ii), (iii)
and (iv) of the Nurses and Midwives Registration Act, Ch. 29:53 Amended
REGISTERED NURSES, MIDWIVES AND ENROLLED NURSING ASSIS-
TANTS of Trinidad and Tobago are hereby notified that Elections to the
Council's membership will take place on February 19, 2015.
All persons entered on the Rolls of Electors of the Council as at June 2014
may vote for representatives to the Council for the Term.
Nomination of candidates to serve on the Council from among the names of
persons entered on the Rolls of Electors must be submitted on the prescribed
forms to the:-
The Nursing Council of Trinidad and Tobago
25 -- 26 Victoria Square West
on or before
NOMINATION DAY JANUARY 23, 2015
Electoral Rolls are available for inspection at all health facilities throughout the
Health Service of Trinidad and Tobago. The Rolls may also be inspected at the
Office of the Council between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
POLLING DAY -- FEBRUARY 19, 2015
Technocrats led by Simon Blake, the reigning Sen-
ior Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association Men s
"Most Valuable Player" and the experienced Sean
Morrison withstood a strong to outlast rivals Glam-
organ in five sets and go top in the Men s Premier
Division of the T&T Volleyball Federation League
on Monday night.
In addition to Morrison, the Technocrats line-up
also featured Marlon Phillip, Nicholas Prescott, Newton
Grant, Dominic Martin, Marcus Moore and Aakiel
Murray as they came away with a 25-20, 20-25, 25-
19, 19-25, 15-13 victory at the Jean Pierre Complex,
With the win, Technocrats improved their record
to 4-1 and 17 points, two ahead of Glamorgan and
Big South East Port-of-Spain, the latter of which
missed a chance to reclaim top spot when it went
under to Southern United Volleyball Academy (SUVA)
25-21, 19-25, 20-25, 21-25 at the Central Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas on Tuesday night.
However, on Thursday night, Glamorgan led by
national setter, Saleem Ali rebounded with a 25-16,
25-11, 17-25, 25-17 victory over cellar-placed Zenith
to move to 15 points, one more than fourth placed
SUVA at Mucurapo.
Toco Youths Volleyball Academy is fifth with ten
points while Zenith has five points going into their
second round clash with SUVA, Eastern Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Tacarigua last night.
At the end of the two rounds of round-robin match-
es, the top four teams will meet in cross-over best
of three semifinal playoffs from which the winners
meet in a one-of championship match.
In the Women s Premier Division encounter, Glam-
organ ended round one of the round-robin phase of
the six-team tournament with an impeccable 5-0
mark after defeating main rival and defending cham-
pions Technocrats 25-19, 25-22, 26-24 at the Jean
Pierre Complex, Mucurapo on Wednesday night.
With the win, Glamorgan led by a host of senior
national women s team player inclusive of former
European-based Darlene Ramdin, Jalicia Ross-Kydd,
Technocrats outlast Glamorgan men for lead
Malika York and Marisha Herbert finished
with 24 points from a possible 25 after drop-
ping one set in a 3-1 opening win over West
Side Stars while Technocrats led by national
captain Kelly-Anne Billingy and Rheeza Grant
stayed third with 15 points.
On Tuesday at the Central Regional Indoor
Sports Arena, Chaguanas, Southern United
Volleyball Academy rocketed up to second
spot with 18 points, following its 25-16, 25-
17, 25-12 sweep of former champions, Uni-
versity of T&T and a day earlier, Big South
East Port-of-Spain (SEPoS) got its first win
of the campaign, 25-18, 25-13, 13-25, 25-22
over West Side Stars at Mucurapo.
The win saw SEPoS join UTT on five
points, two behind West Side Stars, which
ended in fourth
Women's Premier Division:
Today: SUVA vs BIG SEPoS, Central Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas, 9am
Tomorrow: West Side Stars vs Technocrats,
Jean Pierre Complex, Mucurapo, 6pm
Men's Premier Division:
Today: Toco Youths vs Technocrats, Central
Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas,
Tomorrow: Zenith vs BIG SEPoS, Jean Pierre
Complex, Mucurapo, 8pm
UWI T20 knockout
round dates confirmed
The UWI T20 competition will be com-
pleted on Easter Weekend following the post-
ponement of the semifinals and final.
The final was originally scheduled to be
played today, but the organisers were disap-
pointed with the number of spectators at the
matches and decided to postpone the semi-
finals and finals.
The semifinals will be played on April 3
(Good Friday) at the Sir Frank Worrell Ground
At 2 pm Moosai and Clarke Road will face
off, followed by the second semifinal at 6 pm
between Merry Boys and Club Crusoe. The
final will be contested on April 4 at 6.30 pm.
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