Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 9th 2015 Contents A66
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, March 9, 2015
The Tax Appeal Board wishes to advise payees listed below that all uncashed
cheques in their possession which were issued by the Industrial Court during
the period 01/10/13 - 30/09/14 would become void if not encashed by the
31st March, 2015.
DATE OF ISSUE CHEQUE NUMBER PAYEE
RICKY & JERRY DRY WALL
BOARD OF INLAND REVENUE
BOARD OF INLAND REVENUE
OASIS ONE BRANDS L TD
RA1v1NARINE LALCHAN- VINE
FORWARD INDUSTRIES LIMITED
JOHN DICKSON & CO. (WEST
GOOD BOOKS PLUS
OASIS ONE BRANDS L TD
All cheques must be returned to the Industrial Court for revalidation.
Please ignore this notice if cheques in your possession were already cashed.
LIVERPOOL---There was little magic
in this FA Cup quarter-final on an
afternoon when, for once, Liverpool s
free-flowing football deserted them
in the face of a committed and well-
organised Blackburn side.
A 0-0 draw meant that the Reds
failed to score for only the third time
in the last 12 matches as mid-table Sky
Bet Championship side Rovers frustrated
Blackburn succeeded where, a week
ago, Premier League champions Man-
chester City had failed in not only keep-
ing a clean sheet but avoiding defeat
as they brought their hosts five-match
winning run at Anfield to an end.
However, based on their first-half
performance, there may be a tinge of
regret on Blackburn s part that they are
not already celebrating a trip to Wem-
An eight-minute injury delay for
Martin Skrtel, who fell awkwardly in
an aerial challenge with Rudy Gestede
and appeared to briefly lose conscious-
ness before being carried off wearing
a neck brace, disrupted the flow as early
as the third minute.
Blackburn responded to the lengthy
break better and threatened to over-
whelm their off-key hosts, who strug-
gled to dominate midfield with Emre
Can replacing the injured Joe Allen.
Gestede, Rovers 15-goal top scorer
proved to be a handful for a remodelled
defence which now had substitute Kolo
Toure at its heart with goalkeeper Simon
Mignolet also enduring his fair share
of aerial tests.
Toure s reading of the game allowed
him to cut out a break from Craig Con-
way but the Blackburn midfielder was
able to regain possession and swing
over a cross which Glen Johnson chested
narrowly past the post under pressure
Conway was less precise with his
next effort, blazing over when presented
with a free shot after Toure had given
the ball away and got caught out of
Blackburn continued to dominate
with Raheem Sterling, positioned out
wide on the left, having to track back
to block a Gestede effort but for all
their pressure they could not force the
Liverpool s efforts were sporadic with
Adam Lallana having a penalty claim
turned down for a challenge by Matt
Kilgallon, Toure blasting home only to
be denied by an offside flag and Daniel
Sturridge s fierce effort in added time
parried away by Simon Eastwood.
If the home side were hoping the
interval would help put things right in
the second half Alex Baptiste s 49th-
minute header, tipped over by Mignolet
at full stretch, was a warning it would
require more than a 15-minute break
to alter the momentum.
Liverpool needed something to jolt
them into life and the introduction of
Mario Balotelli just before the hour was
aimed at doing that, although Toure
again came closest to scoring with a
header against the post from close range.
continued its push for a European spot
after beating struggling Lorient 2-0
at home yesterday, thanks to goals
from wingers Yohan Mollo and Max-
Both goals came after Lorient mid-
fielder Didier N Dong had been sent
off midway through the second half.
Mollo grabbed his third goal of the
season after beating goalkeeper Ben-
jamin Lecomte with a slightly deflected
shot in the 75th minute, and Gradel
turned in Romain Hamouma s cross to
seal the win in the 90th.
Saint-Etienne is one point behind
Monaco, having played a game more.
PSG beat Lens 4-1 on Saturday with
striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic getting his
12th league goal of the season.
Cologne beats Frankfurt 4-2 in Bun-
FRANKFURT---Cologne took advan-
tage of terrible defending by Eintracht
Frankfurt to win their Bundesliga
match 4-2 yesterday.
In the late match, Son Heung-min
scored twice to help Bayer Leverkusen
win 3-0 in Paderborn, which sank to
16th after its fourth straight home defeat.
Substitute defender Kyriakos
Papadopoulos opened the scoring in
the second half and Son completed the
victory. Paderborn has only one win in
the last 14 matches and could drop into
the second division after only one season
in the top tier. Leverkusen stayed fourth.
Cologne finished with 10 men but
had earlier made sure of its second home
win of the season.
Eintracht central defender Carlos
Zambrano appeared to be fouled on
Cologne s first goal, as the ball fell kindly
to Deyverson, who scored his first league
goal by lobbing goalkeeper Kevin Trapp
in the first half.
Alexander Meier had his first effort
parried but he sent the rebound into
the net as Eintracht pulled level in the
Marcel Risse restored Cologne s lead
and Zambrano then twice lost posses-
sion for Yuya Osako and Athony Ujah
to score in quick succession.
Cologne s Kevin Wimmer got a red
card for pulling down Haris Seferovic
in injury time and Meier converted from
the spot for his league-high 18th goal.
Little magic as
Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge, right, watches the ball as Blackburn's Matthew Kilgallon looks on during their
English FA Cup quarter final clash at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Cologne beats Frankfurt 4-2
Saint-Etienne stays fifth in France
Links Archive March 8th 2015 March 10th 2015 Navigation Previous Page Next Page