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66TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 66th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of
the Palo Seco Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited will be held on
WEDNESDAY 15th APRIL, 2015 at the PALO SECO CREDIT UNION'S
AUDITORIUM, 856-858 Siparia Erin Road, Los Bajos from 4:30p.m.
1. Reading and confirmation of minutes of 65th Annual General
2. Matters arising from the minutes
3. Consideration & Acceptance of Reports
a. Board of Directors Report
b. Credit Committee Report
c. Supervisory Report
d. Education Report
e. Treasurer's Report
4. Reading and consideration of the Resolutions
6. General Business
Registration begins at 3:00p.m.
Board of Directors
Members are advised that the AGM brochure can be collected at the
Credit Union's Office from 8th April, 2015.
2015 March, 26th
Despite a top knock of 54 from for-
mer national batsman Earnil Ryan,
Defence Force lost by six wickets to
Diamond Utd in the Championship
Division semifinal of the NGC T20
Festival at the National Cricket Centre
in Balmain, Couva, on Wednesday
Ryan, who struck five fours and one
six in his 44-ball innings, took Defence
Force to a competitive 148/8 batting
first. David Adams pitched in with 21,
while Bryan Gayle grabbed 2/31 for Dia-
mond. Clinton Pestano restricted the
Defence Force batsmen with some tight
bowling, snatching 1/16 in four overs.
Nigel Gayasingh led the chase, crack-
ing 47 to lead Diamond to 149/4 in 19.5
overs. Sheldon Dougan was the best
bowler for Defence Force grabbing 2/27.
In the first semifinal, Dilon Heyliger
and national player Mark Deyal led Cen-
tral Sports into the final with a six-
wicket win over RSC Endeavour.
Heyliger was the best bowler for Central
grabbing 3/25 in four overs to help limit
Endeavour to 137/6, while Garey Math-
urin picked up 2/18. Fazil Baksh top
scored for Endeavour cracking 51 off 44
balls, which included six fours and one
six. Michael Browne helped boost the
total at the end of the innings with an
unbeaten 44 from 36 balls, slamming
three fours and one six.
Deyal, who recently made his debut
for T&T, made 54 to guide Central to
139/4 with an over to spare. Alex
Antoine (32) and Mathurin (20) both
made valuable contributions, while
Stephen Shaddick snatched 1/15.
Yesterday the Premiership tourna-
ment bowled off with Queen's Park
One playing Jenexcon Tableland and
Merry Boys facing Esmeralda in quar-
advance to final
Powergen vs Alescon Comets, 3pm
Calcutta vs Preysal, 7 pm
The eight-member T&T team of the
Al Hikmah Kung Fu School managed
to cop a total of 13 awards, comprising
of six gold medals, three silver medals,
three bronze medals and a 3rd place
trophy for empty hand team Kata the
St Lucia Pitons Open Martial Arts
Championship at the Beausejour
Indoor Practice Facility in Gros Islet,
St Lucia from March 27 to 29.
Liam Carrington, the youngest of the
group, nudged out other fierce and skilled
competitors of his 5-8 years Intermediate
class to capture bronze and gold medals,
in the empty hand and weapon's kata
In the 9-12 years Novice division,
Rabiyah Mohammed exhibited the Razor
Grass through weapon (sword) form to
Competing in the Weapon form in
the 13-17 years Novice Division were
Raheema, Abdul-Rahaman, Rafiah
Mohammed, who placed 1st, 2nd and
In the 19-29 years Intermediate divi-
sion, Mancini Mahadeo and Imran Amin
impressed the judges to secure first and
secnd places, respectively, in both the
Empty hand and Weapon categories.
Also receiving gold medals was Sha-
lanna Nurse who competed in the empty
hand and weapon Kata in the 19-29
years Novice division.
Abdul-Rahaman, Rafiah and Raheema
also participated in Team Forms, impres-
sively obtaining 3rd place amongst sea-
soned and advanced martial arts teams.
The T&T nationals competed against
some of the best athletes from Guade-
loupe, Martinique, the United States of
America and host country, St Lucia.
The Al Hikmah team now focuses its
attention on Martial Arts events in
Orlando, Florida, which will be held in
July this year.
Al Hikmah takes top honours in St Lucia
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