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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Office of the Transport Commissioner
Ministry of Works & Transport
The public is hereby notified that to facilitate the CLOSURE OF THE
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS for the Fiscal Year ending September 30,
2015, the Cashiers Units at the Licensing Offices will be opened as follows on that
1. WRIGHTSON ROAD, PORT-OF-SPAIN 8.00 - 9.00 A.M.
2. ST. JAMES
8.00 - 9.00 A.M.
Please note that only Cash transactions will be accepted at the above offices.
4. CHAGUANAS CASHIER CLOSED
5. SAN FERNANDO CASHIER CLOSED
6. PRINCES TOWN CASHIER CLOSED
7. POINT FORTIN CASHIER CLOSED
All offices will be OPENED FROM 8.00 A.M - 4.00 P.M. for the following non
• Regulation Test Appointments
• Driving Test Appointments
• Renewal of Permits - 65 years and over
• Verification of Transfer documents
• Inspection of motor vehicles
• Verification of information for registration
• Receipt of Maxi Taxi Applications
• Information services
THE TRANSPORT COMMISSIONER APOLOGIZES FOR
ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.
Sgnd: Wayne Richards
September 28, 2015
BIRMINGHAM---Romelu Lukaku scored two goals
and set up another against his former club as
Everton rallied from two goals down to beat West
Bromwich Albion 3-2 yesterday in the Premier
Lukaku slotted in the winner in the 84th minute
with his second attempt after a cross from Gerard
Deulofeu to complete the second-half comeback
and lift Everton to fifth in the standings.
Saido Berahino and Craig Dawson had put West
Brom 2-0 up by the 54th minute, a lead that a
Tony Pulis-managed team had never before allowed
to turn into a loss in the Premier League. But
Lukaku started the fightback almost immediately
when he headed in another perfect cross from
Deulofeu, who provided a constant threat down
the right flank. Lukaku then turned provider with
a perfectly weighted pass through the West Brom
defense to set up Arouna Kone for the equalizer
in the 75th.
The Belgium defender needed a bit of luck for
the third goal as Deulofeu s bouncing cross came
off his knee and then his hand before he was able
to sidefoot it home at the near post.
Lukaku, who spent a breakthrough 2012-13 season
on loan at West Brom from Chelsea before joining
Everton, was given an ovation by both sets of fans
as he was substituted in the final minutes.
It left Pulis lamenting an uncharacteristic defensive
lapse by his team.
"All we had to do was sit tight and be nice and
solid ... and unfortunately we give away a soft goal,"
Pulis said. "It s really, really disappointing because we
had the game in our hands."
West Brom has just one point from four home games
this season and is 15th in the table. (AP)
ROME---Building off its draw at Juventus, pro-
moted Frosinone beat visiting Empoli 2-0 yes-
terday for its first ever win in Serie A.
Federico Dionisi scored twice in the second half
for Frosinone, which is playing in the top division
for the first time in its 103-year history.
Already down two goals, Empoli s Riccardo
Saponara was shown a direct red card for protests.
The victory moved Frosinone into 16th place,
level on four points with Empoli.
Also, Atalanta beat Sampdoria 2-1 with an early
own goal from defender Niklas Moisander on a
failed clearing attempt and a second from German
Denis in added time.
Roberto Soriano pulled one back for Sampdoria
in the final seconds.
Atalanta moved up to eighth, four points behind
leader Fiorentina, with Sampdoria one point behind.
Carpi fires coach 6
matches into debut Serie
CARPI---Last-place Carpi has fired coach Fabrizio
Castori six matches into its first Serie A season.
Carpi made the announcement yesterday with-
out immediately naming a replacement.
The move comes two days after a 5-1 loss to
Roma left Carpi with just two points.
It s the first firing in Serie A this season.
Former Siena, Palermo and Watford coach
Giuseppe Sannino is reportedly in line to replace
Castori took over Carpi in June of last year and
led the club to the Serie B title last season, pro-
moting the squad to the top division for the first
time in its 106-year history.
Carpi has scored six goals and conceded a league-
worst 15. Its points have come from two draws, at
Palermo and at home against Napoli. (AP)
Everton rallies to beat
West Brom 3-2 in EPL
Empoli 2-0 for 1st
ever win in Serie A
Everton's Romelu Lukaku, left, celebrates with team mates after
scoring against West Brom during the English Premier League
football match between West Bromwich Albion and Everton at
the Hawthorns, West Bromwich, England, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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