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Wednesday March 25, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
March 20th 1940 - March 25th 2010
Five years have passed since you have gone,
But the memories of your life will always live on.
May God keep you in His loving care.
Though you're gone we know you're near.
From: His loving wife: Phulmattee (Doll) Ramdass.
His children - Nanda, Govind, Soma and Sati. Sons-in-law -
Rawlins, Satyam, and Wayne. Sisters - Goona and Baby.
Brothers -in -law, brothers and nieces - Kavina and Kimi
Makeda De Freitas had the hot hands as Bermudez
brushed aside San Juan Jabloteh 34-19 to reach the
Championship Division knockout in the Courts All
Sectors Netball League at the Eastern Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Tacarigua on Monday night.
De Freitas ended with 24 goals from 27 attempts
while Jocelyn Marcelle added nine from 13, and Indra
Anderson one of five for Bermudez, 15-9 ahead at
The Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena,
Chaguanas was a bee-hive of activity on Sunday
as the T&T Table Tennis Association launched its
national training and developmental programme.
This programme will ensure that national teams
will be well prepared and are facilitated by the best
of our International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)
trained coaches. Nutrition, mental preparation, inter-
view skill, strength and conditioning and continuous
assessment are all highlights of the programme.
Young players aspiring to represent T&T and
recognised for their potential will have an opportunity
to obtain specialised coaching. Many of the top coach-
es are set to play a role in developing our young
players and the coaches have been invited to come
together and work for the development of our young-
The developmental players include at least 20 play-
ers between the ages of 8 and 15 who are signed into
this programme and will be expected to vie for national
selection in the not to distant future.
The list is expected to be reviewed every two
months as there will be robust and continuous main-
tenance done by the coaching staff led by Ian Joseph,
former national coach and coach of Arima Hawks.
Other coaches include Reeza Burke, a Level Three
former national coach, Anthony Brown, former
national player and Solo Crusaders coach, Gerald
Evelyn, former national junior coach, Frankie Worrell,
a former national player, and Merle Baggoo, a former
national player who will serve as mentor to female
players. Multiple national women s singles champion
Aleena Edwards and Level Three coach heads the
Juniors coaching staff whilst Aaron Edwards (Level
Three), and former national player trained in Cuba
and Ministry of Sport Developmental coach heads
the Cadet Coaching Staff.
These two together with Jelani Bramble the coach
selected to work with Dexter Abbott (Level Three
coach) in Tobago will accompany the team to Domini-
can Republic. Other coaches to assist include the
experienced Denis La Rose, Keith Ahee, Dave Williams,
former national players and coaches Courtney Pugh
and Richard Loregnard.
Verna Edwards, another Level Three coach and
former national player will be a mentor and is expected
to use her all-round skills to assist the team.
Other A-1 players and Level Three coaches to assist,
include Curtis Humphreys, Andrew Edwards and
school programme head coach Edwin Humphreys.
Janice Lewis retired school principal and 1st vice
president of the local association is the manager of
De Freitas shoots Bermudez to semis
Students of St Joseph's
with captains (kneeling)
Maingot and Joseph pose
after winning the Francis
Rivas Schoolgirls Cricket
tournament at the Queen's
Park Savannah, on
Monday. The team claimed
the Don La Foucade trophy
after winning its two
matches against Holy
Name Convent and Diego
Martin Secondary. Diego
Martin finished second.
the half. Samantha James was the
lone Jabloteh player in double-figures,
scoring 13 of 27 in the loss.
Last night in the Championship
Division knockout semifinals,
Bermudez came up against league
champions Police X while Fire Service
battled Police Y ahead of the final,
which was also carded for last night.
Bermudez was also in winners row
in the Retro Division, easing past
Harlem 8-3 in their Retro Division
double-elimination knockout decider.
Debra Beckles with seven goals
from eight attempts and former
national standout, and World Cham-
pionship winner, Peggy-Ann Cas-
tanada, with one from as many
attempts did the scoring for
Bermudez, while Denis Rose scored
two and Maylin Peters, one for
Earlier on in the winners draw,
semifinal, Castanada scored five and
Beckles, four to lead Bermudez past
Les Enfants 9-7 while Harlem defeat-
ed TSTT 9-4 in the Losers bracket
Tomorrow (Thursday), the Premier
Division knockout tournament will
take place while on Saturday, com-
petition concludes with the Cham-
pionship and Premier Division Fast
5 tournaments ahead of Monday s
awards function from 3pm at the
Monday's Courts All Sectors
Netball League results:
Retro Style Double Elimination knockout
Les Enfants 8 (Michelle Boyce 7/11,
Joanne Burroughs 1/2) vs Harlem 7
(Denise Rose 7/15) Half-time score: 3-3
Bermudez 7 (Debra Beckles 4/9, Peggy-
Ann Castanada 3/4) vs TSTT 4
(Elizabeth Paul 4/5)
Half-time score: 4-2 Bermudez
Harlem 9 (Denise Rose 5/10, Maylin
Peters 4/5) vs TSTT 4 (Elizabeth Paul
4/9) Half-time score: 5-2 Harlem
Bermudez 9 (Peggy-Ann Castanada
5/6, Debra Beckles 4/5) vs Les Enfants
7 (Michelle Boyce 6/6, Joanne
Burroughs 1/1) Half-time score: 5-3
Bermudez 8 (Debra Beckles 7/8, Peggy-
Ann Castanada 1/1) vs Harlem 3
(Denise Rose 2/4, Maylin Peters 1/1)
Half-time score: 4-1 Bermudez
Championship Division knockout
Bermudez 34 (Makeda De Freitas
24/27, Jocelyn Marcelle 9/13, Indra
Anderson 1/5) vs Jabloteh 19 (La Toya
Thomas 13/27, Samantha James 3/6,
Giselle Hobson 3/6)
Half-time score: 15-9 Bermudez
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