Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 9th 2015 Contents Beverly Hernandez, an ex-national standout, chipped in with
12 goals from 19 attempts for the Law-women who led 11-7, 27-
12 and 37-29 at the end of the first three quarters, while La Toya
Thomas was the lone Jabloteh player in double-figure scoring with
32.However, Makeda De Freitas was the standout shooter on the
day as she tallied 48 goals from 58 attempts in Bermudez s 56-
31 blowout of Police Y.
Jocelyn Marcelle added the other eight goals for Bermudez, and
on the opposite end of the court, Giselle Norton had the hot hand
for Police Y, with 18 of 24.
Today, newly crowned Retro Division champions Bermudez will
look to add its divisional knockout title to its coffers from 5.30
pm while in the lone Championship Division match, Jabloteh plays
Police Y at 7 pm.
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, March 9, 2015
The Ministry of Sport proposes to refurbishment the Timber Sports Floor at the Maloney Indoor Sport Arena. The
works are of a highly specialised and technical nature, and as such, the Ministry invites suitable qualified contractors
to submit tenders to undertake the work.
Tender documents can be collected between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. at the Project Management Unit,
6th Floor, Ministry of Sport, Head Office, #12 Abercromby Street, Port of Spain. Telephone Nos. 625 5622-4 Ext.
6003 - 6010; Fax No. 625 5622 - Ext. 6010.
A pre-tender meeting and site visit will be held on Thursday 19th March, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at the Maloney Indoor
Sport Arena during which time you are to familiarise yourself with the work to be undertaken.
Any technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from the Construction Superintendent at
Telephone Nos. 625 5622-4 Ext. 6010 or 792 2056.
(i) Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and dated no
more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender;
(ii) A Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act; and
(iii) A Completed Contractors/Suppliers Pre-Qualification Questionnaire issued by Ministry of Sport.
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Tender for the refurbishment of the Timber Sports Floor at the Maloney Indoor Sport Arena
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in submitting their tender.
Ministry of Sport
Goalshooters Samantha Wallace of the University
of T&T, and Police s Patrice Goring were unstop-
pable as they led their teams to their Premier and
Championship Division titles in the Courts All Sec-
tors Netball League at the Eastern Regional Indoor
Sports Arena, Tacarigua, on Saturday.
Wallace, who plays both netball and basketball at
the senior national team level for T&T, scored 27
goals from 35 attempts as UTT defeated Police 44-
27 in their top-of-the-table clash.
UTT which led 12-5 and 17-16 at the end of the
first two quarters before extending it to 32-20 at the
end of the third, also got 14 goals from 18 attempts
from Kalifa Mc Collin, while Jillisa Allan chipped in
with three from 12.
The win was the fifth from as many matches for
UTT to improve to maximum ten points, four clear
of Police with only to matches remaining for each
team on the four-team table.
Joelisa Cooper, also a member of the national
netball and basketball teams led Police with 20 goals
from 26 attempts while Gursher Grant added five,
and Shivaughn Skeete two, in the loss, its second of
In the other Premier clash, national shooter Afeisha
Noel, back after a three match absence due to injury
converted 20 of 26 attempts and former T&T standout
Simone Morgan, 19 of 35 as dethroned champions,
Fire Service scored Tobago House of Assembly 41-
22.Goring was also a dominant force around the goal
for Police X, scoring on 42 of her 47 efforts on goal
in a 54-39 demolition of San Juan Jabloteh, for a
ninth straight win and 18 points to clinch the crown.
Wallace, Goring star in All Sectors title clinchers
Samantha Wallace...led UTT
with 27 goals from 35 attempts Kalifa Mc Collin...converted 14
of 18 for UTT
FireService 5 3 0 2 207 204 6
FireService 5 2 0 3 159 187 4
Saturday Courts All Sectors Netball League results:
Prisons 33 (La Vaughn O'Neil 17/22, Rhonita Williams 13/22,
Rosanna Gajadhar 3/7) vs Police 24 (Cheryse Aguilleria 14/21,
Gabriella Bridgewater 8/24, Rashida Quashie 1/3, Tahira
Hollingsworth 1/4) Quarter scores: 1st. 11-5; Prisons; 2nd. 14-14; 3rd.
Police X 54 (Patrice Goring 42/47, Beverly Hernandez 12/19) vs
Jabloteh 39 (La Toya Thomas 32/43, Samantha James 6/11, Lilia
Quarter scores: 1st. 11-7 Police X; 2nd. 27-12 Police X; 3rd. 37-29
Bermudez 56 (Makeda De Freitas 48/58, Jocelyn Marcelle 8/12)
vs Police Y 31 (Giselle Norton 18/24, Raquel Russell 8/12, Jeselle
Navarro 3/5, Donessa Wickham 2/4)
Quarter scores: 1st. 11-10 Bermudez; 2nd. 27-17 Bermudez; 3rd.
UTT 44 (Samantha Wallace 27/35, Kalifa Mc Collin 14/18, Jillisa
Allan 3/12) vs Police 27 (Joelisa Cooper 20/26, Gursher Grant 5/7,
Shivaughn Skeete 2/6)
Quarter scores: 1st. 12-5 UTT; 2nd. 17-16 UTT; 3rd. 32-20 UTT.
Fire Service 41 (Afeisha Noel 20/26, Simone Morgan 19/35,
K'Lene Lewis 2/3) vs THA 22 (Nateisha Radgman 12/23, Abeni
Taylor 9/23, Nikita Spencer 1/4)
Quarter scores: 1st. 8-5 Fire Service; 2nd. 19-13 Fire Service; 3rd.
30-18 Fire Service.
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