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SALE BY MORTGAGE
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
One parcel of freehold land comprising
4,210 sq. ft. and known as Lot No. 27 Prana
Homes Development, off Coora Road,
The property is being sold "as is" without any
responsibility of the vendor to provide
statutory approvals, or warranty on its
suitability for use for any purpose.
Telephone Nos. 662-8017/4286; Fax No. 662-0755
Officer #38 Ext. 5419
SEND SEALED BIDS TO:
The Properties Officer
Sale No. 04/2015
#34 Southern Main Road, Curepe or
P.O. Box 72, Port-of-Spain
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN
TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE DULY CONSIDERED
Bids must be received by 3.00 p.m. on 2015 February 18th
No late bids will be accepted
Unsuitable bids will not be acknowledged
The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or
any offer. The property will be sold subject to all rates, taxes
and other outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale
MALABO---Christian Atsu scored two goals and
Kwesi Appiah added another yesterday to help
Ghana advance to the African Cup quarterfinals
for the fifth straight time with a 3-0 victory
And Wilfried Bony scored with two headers to
help give the Ivory Coast a 3-1 win over Algeria
and a spot in the quarterfinals.
Bony nodded in a cross from Max Gradel in
the 26th minute after being left completely alone
at the far post. The Manchester City forward
scored another in the 68th, heading in a free kick
taken by club teammate Yaya Toure.
Gervinho added a third in injury time as the
Algerians pushed forward in a desperate attempt
Hilal Soudani scored Algeria s goal in the 51st,
taking a pass from Riyad Mahrez that trickled
through a weak Ivory Coast defense and beating
goalkeeper Sylvain Gbohouo.
The Ivorians will next face Congo on Wednesday
Atsu, who plays in England for Everton, put
the Black Stars ahead in the fourth minute by
scoring after a backheel pass from Andre Ayew.
He added another in the 61st, whipping in a shot
from the right side.
Appiah scored the second goal of the match in
the 44th, controling a horrible defensive mistake
from Baissama Sankoh and beating Guinea goal-
keeper Naby Yattara.
"For us, I think we had a winning mentality,"
Atsu said. "We went for a win and we worked
hard for it. That s why we won the game. Not
because they are a bad team. We went for a win.
That s all."
Guinea finished the match with 10 men after
Yattara was given a red card in injury time for
a foul on Asamoah Gyan. Abdoulaye Cisse then
played in goal for the final seconds.
Ghana, a four-time champion which last
reached the African Cup of Nations final in 2010
but lost to Egypt, will next face host Equatorial
Guinea in the semifinals on Thursday in Malabo.
"Now we start to prepare for Equatorial Guinea.
We saw their game yesterday in the hotel," Ghana
coach Avram Grant said. "Now we will watch
DVDs and learn about them.
"But most important for us is our game." (AP)
Ghana's Christian Atsu, right, is tackled by Guinea's
Djibril Tamsir Paye during their African Cup of
Nations quarter final soccer match at the Estadio De
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Ghana, Ivory Coast
advance to African semis BARCELONA---Lionel Messi and
Neymar both scored to help
Barcelona come from behind twice
to beat Villarreal 3-2 and stay in the
hunt for the Spanish league title
Messi and Neymar netted their 22nd
and 15th league goals of the season
respectively as Luis Enrique s Barcelona
never lost its nerve, and answered sixth-
place Villarreal goal for goal to end the
visitor s club record run of 18 games
without a loss.
Villarreal s Denis Cheryshev struck
on the half-hour mark to start the free-
scoring match at Camp Nou.
Neymar made it 1-1 just before half-
time, only for Luciano Vietto to finish
off another Villarreal counterattack in
But Barcelona hit back, and this time
delivered a quick and decisive double
Rafina pulled the hosts level for a sec-
ond time in the 53rd, and two minutes
later Messi fired home a long-range
shot---his 32nd goal in 30 games in all
competitions this season.
Villarreal, however, didn t fade and
both sides provided a thrilling second
half of back-and-forth action that bodes
well for their Copa del Rey semifinal
starting in two weeks.
Barcelona has won eight in a row and
stayed one point behind leader Real
Madrid, which has a game in hand
against Sevilla on Wednesday.
Elsewhere, Sevilla striker Iago Aspas
scored with one minute left to snatch
a 3-2 win over 10-man Espanyol, taking
some measure of vengeance for its elim-
ination from the Copa del Rey as it rose
into a provisional fourth place.
Aritz Aduriz scored twice in the sec-
ond half to give Athletic Bilbao a 2-0
victory at bottom side Levante and end
its seven-round winless streak.
Almeria also edged Getafe 1-0 for its
first win in 10 home games this season
to move out of the relegation zone in a
match both ended with 10 men.
Barcelona dominated possession and
the scoring chances early, with Messi s
incisive passing leading the way. But it
was another frustrating night for Luis
Suarez, who saw goalkeeper Sergio Asen-
jo save his volley before he fired wide
when the ball fell to him near the penalty
spot. Villarreal had yet to threaten until
it launched a counterattack that ended
with Cheryshev deftly redirecting Mario
Gaspar s off-target strike toward the net
where it slipped past Claudio Bravo.
Vietto forced Bravo to save his header
as Villarreal again pressed on the break,
but the match swung Barcelona s way
just before halftime when Neymar
stabbed in the rebound following an
effort by Rafina after Messi had set him
up inside the box.
Former Barcelona player Giovani Dos
Santos briefly put Villarreal in front again
when he pounced on Gerard Pique s
poor control and sprinted to the goal
line, where he drew Bravo to him before
laying off for Vietto to score.
But Rafina quickly blasted Barcelona s
second equaliser into the top of the net
after Andres Iniesta unlocked the defense
and the ball eventually reached him in
the area. Villarreal then made the crucial
mistake of giving Messi enough time to
size up Asenjo and curl a strike into the
top corner of the net for the winner.
Messi, Neymar inspire Barca
comeback over Villarreal
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