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DRAINAGE & IRRIGATION PROGRAMME
o No 9 Road Box Drain
LOCAL ROADS & BRIDGES PROGRAMME:
o Phone Booth Trace
o Murray Trace Extension
o Spring Trace
Tender documents can be obtained during normal working hours from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon
and 1:00 pm to 4:15 pm at the Tenders Department, Siparia Regional Corporation, High Street,
Siparia, at the cost of one hundred dollars ($100.00) per project with effect from Friday 12th
June, 2015 to Monday 22nd June, 2015. Further technical information may be obtained from
Ms. Alana Noel Engineering & Survey Officer or Daniel Abraham County Superintendent at the
Siparia Regional Corporation at 649 - 2348 Ext 233/254.
A pre-tender meeting followed by site visits will be held for prospective tenderers on Tuesday
16th June, 2015 @ 9.00am at the Siparia Regional Corporation
Tenders must be accompanied by the following:
1. Valid Income Tax and Value added Tax Clearance Certificate issued by the Board of Inland
Revenue dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender.
2. Valid certificate of compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
Original tenders must be placed in envelopes sealed and addressed to
and clearly marked on the outside:-
Envelopes must be deposited in the
Tenders Box located at the CEO'S Office, Siparia
Regional Corporation not later than
Tenders will be opened shortly thereafter. The tenderer or his authorized representative may be
present at the opening.
Late tenders will not be considered in any circumstances.
The Committee reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or even partially,
without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tenders.
CLEVELAND---Cleveland s chances of
taking a long overdue championship
rest largely upon the shoulders of
LeBron James, and he carried the load
impressively Tuesday night, scoring
40 points to lead the Cavaliers to a 96-
91 win against Golden State, and a 2-
1 lead in the NBA Finals.
With Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving out
injured, James takes on even more
responsibility than is standard for one
of the all-time greats, and he and city
of Cleveland---which has not won a major
sports title for 51 years---now stands two
wins from the championship.
Pushed by an expectant home crowd
and aided by gritty Australian sidekick
Matthew Dellavedova, James and the
Cavaliers survived Golden State s furious
fourth-quarter comeback led by league
MVP Stephen Curry.
James added 12 rebounds and eight
assists in 46 minutes, his third stellar
performance in his fifth straight finals.
The Cavs, who won Game 2 at Golden
State for their first ever finals win, got
their first at Quicken Loans Arena, which
shook from start to finish. They ll have
a chance to take a commanding 3-1 lead
in the best-of-seven series in Game 4
Through three games, James has
played 142 of 154 possible minutes, scored
123 points and taken 107 shots.
"I m just trying to do whatever it takes
to help our team win," he said. "It s the
finals, and it s whatever it takes. This is
a totally different challenge."
Cleveland, which led by 20 points in
the third quarter, nearly threw the game
away. The Cavs looked certain winner
when they led 92-83 with 51 seconds
left, but then came a scoring flurry by
The Warriors star found his shooting
touch in the fourth quarter, scoring 17
points. Golden State got a huge lift from
reserve David Lee, but they rode Curry,
who made five 3-pointers---his last with
18.9 seconds to pull the Warriors within
The visiting team looked capable of
pulling off an amazing comeback after
it appeared to force a turnover with 17.5
seconds to go. However a review of the
play showed Klay Thompson was out
of bounds when he made contact with
the ball that Dellavedova was holding
in his hands.
From the inbound pass, James was
fouled and made two free throws with
16.8 seconds left.
On Golden State s last possession,
Andre Iguodala appeared to get fouled
on an errant 3-point attempt and the
Cavs pulled down the rebound to close
out a win that nearly slipped away.
"We re a young group," James said,
"and like I told the group, It s OK. We
haven t been in a lot of these situations,
if any, with this group."
Curry finished with 27 points but had
three turnovers in the final minute. Iguo-
dala scored 15, Thompson, 14 and Lee,
who didn t play in Games 1 or 2, had
11.Despite the loss, Curry feels he s now
in a rhythm.
"I found something when it comes
to how I m going to be able to attack
their pick-and-rolls," Curry said. "I ll
keep that in the memory bank going
into Game 4."
James once again was helped by
Dellavedova, who hounded Curry for
three quarters, dived on the floor for
loose balls and came up with a huge
three-point play, flinging in a layup as
he fell with 2:27 left to put the Cavs up
Dellavedova was treated for cramps
and did not appear at the postgame news
conference. The Cavs said he was on an
intravenous drip before being taken to
the Cleveland Clinic for further proce-
After two overtime games in Oakland,
Game 3 didn t have quite the same last-
second drama, but it didn t lack any
intensity as players were sprawled on
the floor fighting for loose balls.
The Cavs seemed to take control in
the third, building their 20-point lead
with a breathtaking 12-0 run that includ-
ed 3-pointers by James and JR Smith.
Curry ended the spurt with a 3 and the
Warriors opened the final period with
a 13-2 blast to make it 74-68.
Curry, who went just 2 of 15 on 3s in
Game 2, hit a couple of did-he-real-
ly-just-do-that 3s in the fourth before
the Warriors ran out of time.
Still, they re confident they can come
"I m telling you that right now,"
Thompson said, "if we get our offense
back, which we will, we re going to win
As if Cleveland didn t have enough
injuries, Iman Shumpert, one of the
team s top defenders, hurt his left shoul-
der in the first quarter. It s the same
shoulder Shumpert injured while he was
with New York earlier this season,
sidelining him for six weeks.
Shumpert returned midway through
the second quarter, knocking down a
3-pointer to put the Cavs ahead by seven
but he played virtually with one arm
the rest of the way.
"We can t afford another injury," James
said, forcing a smile.
Cavaliers beat Warriors
96-91 to go up 2-1
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) shoots over Golden
State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes (40) during the first half of
Game 3 of basketball's NBA Finals in Cleveland, Tuesday night.
Caveliers won 96-91. AP PHOTO
guard Matthew Dellavedova, who has
emerged as an unlikely star in the
postseason, was hospitalised early
yesterday after suffering from severe
cramps after Game 3 of the NBA
Dellavedova scored 20 points and
played 38 minutes in the Cavaliers 96-
91 win over Golden State on Tuesday
night as they took a 2-1 lead in the
series. Dellavedova has been starting
in place of All-Star Kyrie Irving, who
broke his kneecap in Game 1, and was
just discharged from the Cleveland
Clinic following surgery.
The Cavaliers said Dellavedova
received IV treatments at Quicken
Loans Arena following the game before
he was taken by ambulance to the hos-
pital. A team spokesman said Dellave-
dova, who walked to the ambulance
under his own power, was cramping
in "multiple areas." The team was to
have an update on the 24-year-old
Australian at yesterday s practice.
As is his style, Dellavedova came up
with several loose balls in Game 3 by
diving on the floor, and he flattened a
chair on Cleveland s bench while hus-
tling on one play.
"He s going to throw his body all
over the place," LeBron James said. "He
gave everything s he s got." (AP)
Cavs guard Dellavedova
hospitalised with cramps
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