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Please be advised as follows:
• The offices of SFCCU Credit Union would be CLOSED on Tuesday
10th February 2015, to facilitate participation in a protest march by
Credit Unions, against the pending Credit Union Bill.
• Members of the Credit Union who are interested in participating in
this protest march are required to submit their names to the various
offices no later than 2:00 p.m. on Monday 9th February, 2015.
• Participating members who need transport are required to gather at
the Head Office, 16 Irving Street, San Fernando, OR at the Point
Fortin Branch Office, 26 Adventure Road, Point Fortin, no later than
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the closure of our
offices, but this has become necessary in an effort to maintain the phi-
losophy of the Credit Union Movement and to safeguard the provision
of exclusive service to our valued members.
THE ICC WORLD CUPS IN CAPSULES
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Defending champion Australia missed out on the
semifinal, partly because of a shock loss to New
Zealand, which was eventually beaten by Pakistan
in the last four.
South Africa s return to international competition
after 21 years of isolation was a success as Kepler
Wessels squad opened with a dominant win over
Australia on its way to the semifinals.
But its campaign ended in bizarre fashion when,
needing 22 from 13 balls to beat England, a heavy
rain shower fell in Sydney. The rules used at the
time to recalculate targets in rain-affected matches
left South Africa needing 21 from one ball. The
ensuing controversy eventually led to the introduction
of the Duckworth/Lewis Method of revising tar-
Final: Australia defeats England by 7 runs
Australia s enthralling seven-run win over England
put the seal on a memorable World Cup.
Captain Allan Border was carried on the shoulders
of his teammates at Calcutta s Eden Gardens after
leading the team to its first World Cup
title, Australia s total of 253 proving
just out of reach for Mike Gatting s
of honor and I ll never forget that," bats-
man Dean Jones recalled. "Fireworks
were going off in the stands and it was
like a scene out of a movie."
The first World Cup to be played out-
side England was also the first to be
reduced from 60 to 50 overs for each
Chetan Sharma recorded the first hat-
trick in a World Cup in India s nine-
wicket win over New Zealand in a group
stage round which delivered several
Pakistan s 15-run win over Sri Lanka
set the tone; Australia beat India by one
run; England scored 35 runs in the last
three overs to beat West Indies; New
Zealand avoided an almighty upset by
edging rookie Zimbabwe by three runs.
England, with a win over India, and
Australia, which beat Pakistan, put
paid to the co-hosts hopes in the
semifinals before Border s side, pro-
pelled by David Boon s 75, prevailed in
a hotly contested final to start a golden
era for Australian cricket.
Final: India defeats West Indies
by 43 runs
India caused a major upset in world
cricket by lifting the trophy at Lord s
against a West Indies side that had won
the two previous editions and featured
Viv Richards, Clive Lloyd and Desmond
Having successfully negotiated the
group stage, in which teams played each
other twice, India made short work of
England in the semifinals with a six-
wicket victory at Old Trafford.
The West Indies were even more
impressive, though, in limiting Pakistan
to 184 before cruising past the victory
target for the loss of just two wickets
at The Oval.
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West Indies captain Clive Lloyd holds the World Cup trophy after his team won the tournament in 1979.
South Africa returns to international competition after 21 years
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