Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 19th 2015 Contents DUBAI---Second-seed-
ed Petra Kvitova and
Venus Williams to an
early exit at the Dubai
In all, five of the top
eight seeded players failed
to reach to1day s quar-
Ivanovic, No. 5 Agnieszka
Radwanska, No. 7
Angelique Kerber and
No. 8 Williams.
By contrast, top-seed-
ed Simona Halep and
Wozniacki scored straight
set victories to advance.
Kvitova, the reigning
went down 6-3, 4-6, 6-
3 to 13th-seeded Carla
Suarez Navarro, while
Ivanovic fell to 17th-
seeded Karolina Pliskova
6-2, 4-6, 6-4.
Suarez Navarro pulled
out of the Antwerp final
this past Sunday with a
neck injury, but appears
in fine form this week.
Williams, with three
career titles in Dubai, lost
6-4, 6-2 to 11th-seeded
Williams looked listless
in the humid 93 degree
F (34 C) temperatures.
"I think she played
awesome," Williams said.
"There were a couple of
games there that I didn t
even get my racket on the
ball. What can I say to
Safarova six opportunities
to break serve and the
Czech player took advan-
tage four times, twice in
"I was firing the ball,
serving really well,"
Safarova said. "I put the
pressure (on) right away
from the first point. My
lefty serve into her body
and mixing the lefty serve
with the really flat and
fast serves, that seems
(to) give her a little trou-
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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV- 2015 - 00277
IN THE MATTER OF
THE REAL PROPERTY ACT CHAP 56.02
IRVIN MC LEAN
EVANGELIST DE VERTEUIL Seventh Claimant
ROSS MC LEAN
NOTICE PURSUANT TO THE ORDER OF THE HONOURABLE
MADAME JUSTICE MOHAMMED DATED THE 5TH FEBRUARY, 2015.
TO: ROSS MC LEAN ADDRESS:
ST MICHAEL S VILLAGE, LAS CUEVAS
TAKE NOTICE THAT The Claimants have made a claim against you by
Fixed Date Claim Form and Statement of Case filed on 26th January,
1. A Declaration that the Certificate of Title dated the 2nd August,
2001 endorsing the Defendant as the registered proprietor is void
as it was procured by fraud pursuant to Section 61 of the Real
Property Act Chapter 56:02;
2. An Order that the Registrar General do endorse the Register
Book accordingly, removing the name of the Defendant as
registered proprietor of the said Lands;
3. A Declaration that the Claimants are the owners and entitled to
possession of the portions of the said Lands presently occupied
by each respective Claimant;
5. Any such further Order which the Honourable Court may deem fit.
AND TAKE NOTICE that the first hearing of this Claim will take place at
the Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain on the 10th day of March,
2015, at 10.45 a.m. in Courtroom POS 21.
IF YOU DO NOT ATTEND THAT HEARING, JUDGMENT MAY BE
ENTERED AGAINST YOU IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CLAIM.
YOU MAY OBTAIN a copy of the documents filed by the Claimants from
the Claimants' Attorney-at-Law, Stefan A. H. Mungalsingh, of 112-114
Duke Street, Port of Spain, Tele: 221-2772 / 743-0435, or by applying to
the High Court, Hall of Justice, Knox Street, Port of Spain, between 8 a.m.
and 4 p.m., Monday to Friday, except public holidays and Court holidays.
Darren Clarke provided arguably
the most emotional story line in the
history of the Ryder Cup, and helped
forge one of the competition s most
And to mark the start of the next
chapter in the charismatic, cigar-
chomping Northern Irishman s Ryder
Cup story, he was picked as captain
of the European team for the 2016
event at Hazeltine.
Overwhelming player support and
healthy respect for him on both sides
of the Atlantic made Clarke a unan-
imous choice yesterday.
The five-man selection panel
included Europe s last three captains---
Colin Montgomerie, Jose Maria Olaz-
abal and Paul McGinley. All three
guided the team to victory, in very
different ways, to give Clarke a hard
act to follow.
"I have big shoes to fill," said Clarke,
the British Open champion in 2011
and one of the most popular figures
Clarke played for Europe in five
straight Ryder Cups from 1997-2006,
winning four times. The last of these
came at The K Club, where he helped
the team to a record-equaling 18½-
9½ victory over the United States just
six weeks after his first wife, Heather,
died following a long battle with breast
cancer. Playing through grief, he won
all three of his matches.
Clarke was a non-playing vice cap-
tain under Montgomerie in 2010 and
Olazabal in 12, which groomed him
for the top job.
Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain and
Thomas Bjorn of Denmark were also
candidates for the role but Clarke was
always the big favorite and ended up
being the unanimous choice, Mont-
Clarke has won 11 1/2 points for
Europe, with six points from eight
matches alongside Lee Westwood put-
ting them joint-second in the all-time
list of most successful Ryder Cup
Clarke picked as European
captain for Ryder Cup Kvitova follows Venus
to early exit in Dubai
Ana Ivanovic of Serbia returns the ball to Karolina
Pliskova of Czech Republic during the fourth day of
the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships in Dubai,
United Arab Emirates, yesterday . AP PHOTO
RIO DE JANEIRO---
Camelia Begu of Roma-
nia reached the quarter-
finals of the Rio Open
of the United States 6-
Several other seeded
players also advanced at
the WTA-ATP event,
South America s biggest
No. 5 Johanna Larsson
of Sweden defeated
Gabriela Ce of Brazil 7-
6 (4), 6-4; No. 6 Anna
Schmiedlova of Slovakia
beat Alison Van Uyt-
vanck of Belgium 6-3,
6-0; and No. 7 Polona
Hercog of Slovenia
Mestach of Belgium 6-
Brengle had no such
luck. Dinah Pfizenmaier
of Germany defeated No.
4 Brengle 7-5, 0-6, 7-5.
In a match involving
non-seeded players, Julia
Glushko of Israel defeat-
ed Grace Min of the
United States 6-3, 6-1.
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