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COUVA TABAQUITE TALPARO REGIONAL CORPORATION
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S AWARDS
Tenders are invited from
Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation as follows:-
Tender documents can be obtained between the hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m at the Corporation's
Tenders Department, Main Office, Railway Road, Couva - Telephone No. 636-5580 only on produc-
tion of a receipt showing that a Non Refundable Tender Deposit of
has been paid.
Any further technical information may be obtained between the hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. from
Mr. Maniram Mohess, County Superintendent or Mr. Barry Samaroo, Engineering & Surveying Officer
at the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation at Telephone No: 636-7295, 636-9054 Ext.
will be held at the Corporation's Main Office, Railway Road, Couva on
at 9:00 a.m. followed by Site Visits.
Tenders must be accompanied by:-
(i) Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland
Revenue and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the tender.
(ii) Valid Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
(iii) One (1) Copy of Portfolio
must be placed in sealed envelopes and
addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation and clearly
marked on the outside: -
Envelopes must be deposited in the labeled
Tenders Box located at the Main Building, Railway
Tenders will be opened shortly thereafter. The tenderer or his representative may be present at the opening.
be considered in any circumstances.
The Committee does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Committee reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or even partially, with-
out defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
Ms. Carol Dyal
Chief Executive Officer
Host Australia takes on China today
in the most anticipated of the quarterfinal
matches at the Asian Cup, while two-
time champion South Korea meets 2011
Here s some things to watch:
Australia vs China (1030 GMT): Aus-
tralia should be boosted by the return
of captain Mile Jedinak, after the Crys-
tal Palace skipper missed the past two
games due to injury.
"It s going to be great to have him
back," Australia coach Ang Postecoglou
said Wednesday. "He s our most influ-
ential player when he s out there and
I m sure it will give all the other players
Several key players who were rested
for the loss to South Korea in the last
group-stage game are also in the frame
to return in Brisbane: Tim Cahill, Robbie
Kruse and Matthew Leckie. Those play-
ers should help Australia get back to the
attacking potency that saw the Socceroos
score four goals in each of their first
two games before drawing a blank
against the Koreans.
China should have captain Zheng Zhi
available despite the back injury he sus-
tained against North Korea; a game the
Chinese won to complete a perfect group
stage of three wins from three games.
However there is concern over the avail-
ability of central defender Zhang Lin-
pang, who has a calf strain. China coach
Alain Perrin said it will likely be a game-
day decision on whether Zhang can play.
With Australian attacking duo Cahill
and Tomi Juric posing a strong aerial
threat, China can ill afford to lose its
China has the edge in recent contests
against Australia, winning two and
drawing one of the past three meetings,
and did have the better group-stage
record, but Postecoglou dismissed that.
"You don t get an extra chance just
because you won your three group
games," Postecoglou said. "The previous
records are now extinguished ... even
the ones that have won their three
games, they won t be sitting any more
comfortably in this phase."
South Korea vs Uzbekistan (0730
GMT): South Korea topped Group A
by beating Australia 1-0 in the last game,
making the Koreans one of four teams
to complete pool play with a perfect
record. It also maintained a flawless
defensive record, having kept a clean
sheet in all three games. The defensive
strength has, however, been a require-
ment rather than a bonus, as the team
only scored three goals in the group
stage, despite boasting creative talent
such as Bayer Leverkusen s Son Heung-
min. The lack of attacking coherence
may in part be due to the injuries and
illness which have hampered the South
Korean squad through the tournament,
forcing coach Uli Stielike to use 22 of
his 23-man squad. Son missed the last
group game due to illness, but is expect-
ed to be fit for the game in Melbourne.
Uzbekistan needed a victory in its
last group-stage game in order to reach
the knockout stages and withstood the
pressure---plus some contentious ref-
ereeing decisions---to beat Saudi Arabia
3-1. Coach Mirjalol Qosimov blasted
the Saudi players after the game for
repeated instances of simulation which
made life difficult for the referee.
South Korea is a perennial power in
Asian football, at national team and club
level, yet has not won the Asian Cup
since its second edition in 1960, having
lost three finals since. The South Koreans
have only lost to Uzbekistan once. But
the two teams are evenly matched, as
demonstrated in the qualifying for the
2014 World Cup when the they played
to a 2-2 draw in Tashkent and South
Korea eked out a 1-0 win at home.
pick of quarters
Mile Jedinak, centre, of Australia celebrates with Australia's Tim Cahill, right, and Australia's Mathew Leckie
after he scored a goal, during the first round soccer match of the AFC Asia Cup between Australia and Kuwait
at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne, last Friday. AP PHOTO
BATA---Host Equatorial Guinea and
Burkina Faso both wasted plenty of
chances in a 0-0 draw at the start of
the second round of group games at
the African Cup of Nations yesterday.
Burkina Faso s Alain Traore twice hit
the post in the first half. Equatorial
Guinea s Javier Balboa twice created
goal-scoring opportunities for team-
mates in the second half, only for their
shots to fly wide.
The result leaves Group A wide open,
with just two points separating the top
team from the bottom team ahead of
the second group game, between Gabon
and Republic of Congo.
Burkina Faso, the 2013 finalist, dom-
inated the first half. The hosts were
better in the second as their fans urged
them on at Bata Stadium.
Equatorial Guinea, Burkina Faso draw
BATA---Witnesses say fans threw
rocks at police, who responded by fir-
ing tear gas outside the African Cup
of Nations game between host Equa-
torial Guinea and Burkina Faso yes-
Hundreds of fans were involved, the
witnesses say. Fans said the clashes hap-
pened around the time the Equatorial
Guinea-Burkina Faso game was kicking
off and while supporters were trying to
get into the game to watch the home
team play at Bata Stadium.
There is only one entrance to the Bata
Stadium complex and fans crowded
there. Some supporters reportedly didn t
have tickets for the match. Fans have
become frustrated with delays getting
into the stadium at other venues at the
African Cup. Riot police and fans
Fans throw rocks at police, get tear-gassed
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