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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO DEFENCE FORCE
SUBMISSION OF LIFE CERTIFICATES
FOR THE PERIOD 1ST OCTOBER 2015 TO 31ST MARCH 2016
Preprinted forms can be collected between 0800hrs (8:00am) - 1500hrs
(3:00pm) Monday to Friday at the
Defence Force Headquarters
#1 Airways Road
Life Certificate forms can be completed and submitted in person to the Defence Force
Pensions Department, Chaguaramas between 1st October and 15th October, 2015 during
0900hrs (9:00am) and 1430hrs (2:30pm).
Defence Force Pensions Department representatives will also be at the underlisted loca-
tions to distribute, complete, verify and collect forms.
o Camp Cumuto - Monday 5th October 2015 between the hours of 0900hrs (9:00am)
and 1430hrs (2:30pm)
o Camp Ogden - Tuesday 6th October 2015 between the hours of 0900hrs (9:00am)
and 1430hrs (2:30pm)
o Camp La Romaine - Wednesday 7th October 2015 between the hours of 0900hrs
(9:00am) and 1430hrs (2:30pm)
elfare Department, St Vincent Street, Port of Spain - Thursday 8th October 2015
between the hours of 0900hrs (9:00am) and 1430hrs (2:30pm)
o Camp Signal Hill, Tobago - Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th October 2015 between
the hours of 0900hrs (9:00am) and 1430hrs (2:30pm).
A Life Certificate must be completed by a pensioner in accordance with Financial
Instructions 1965 paragraph 147. Failure to submit your life certificate before the deadline
date will result in non-payment of pension.
MAJOR GENERAL KENRICK MAHARAJ
CHIEF OF DEFENCE STAFF
Jamaican Marlo Rodman dominated
stage three of the Tobago International
Cycling Classic in Plymouth, winning the
65km event in a sprint finish, yesterday
Rodman, representing Team PSL, led from
the start in the 50-lap criterium and went
on to take the crown in one hour, 20 minutes
and 04.39 seconds (1:20:04.39), ahead of
Rafael Meran (Dominican Republic/Team
Foundation) in 1:20.04.78 and Darren
Matthews (Barbados/Team Coco) in
1:20.04.87. With the victory Rodman main-
tains the overall leader position and will
wear the yellow jersey in today's final leg
Rodman imposed himself on the field
early on and was joined by Matthews, Meran
and Matthieu Jeannes (Canada/Lupus) in
the front. The four quickly separated them-
selves from the chasing bunch and lapped
the entire field with 26 laps remaining. It
was clear that the winner would come from
one of the four riders.
The Canadian led at the bell from Meran,
with Rodman lying in third ahead of
Matthews. The lanky and muscular Jamaican
outsprinted the other cyclists in the final
loop to take the victory, and heads into
today's fourth and final stage with a com-
manding lead on 71 points.
Stage one winner Norlandy Sanchez
(Dominican Republic/Team Foundation) is
22 points behind in second with 49 points
after he was seventh in Plymouth. Henner
Rodel (Germany/Crown Bakery Knight) is
third ahead of Matthews (35 points). Varun
Maharajh (PSL) is the top local in sixth with
30 points following his eighth place in Ply-
mouth (1:20.06.94). Tobago's Emile Abra-
ham did not finish yesterday's race.
Rodman will also vie for the fast and furi-
ous keirin title today after he topped heat one in the
qualifying round, also held in Plymouth. Rodman
clocked three minutes, 11.18 seconds (3:11.18) to finish
ahead of Abraham (3:11.64). The top four from the
three heats advanced to the finals.
Another PSL cyclist copped the division two 20-
lap event, as Guyanese Romello Crawford (Guyana)
was first to the line in 37:54.09, ahead of stage two
victor Tyler Cole (T&T/Rigtech Sonics) in 37.54.32
and Nicholas Paul (T&T/Breakaway) in 37:54.70.
Leader after stage two, Tobagonian Kenverne Brath-
waite (Easy Goers), finished seventh (37:57.04).
Enrique Pablo (T&T/Crown Bakery Knight) took
the division three five-lap race in 9:25.10, ahead of
D'Angelo Harris (T&T/Rig Tech Sonics) in 9:25.77
and Malique Samuel (Tobago/Easy Goers) in 9:25.82.
Today's Scarborough Criterium will begin at 8.30
am on Wilson Road near the Scarborough Market.
The Tobago International Cycling Classic will conclude
tomorrow with the UCI (International Cycling Union)
Tour of Tobago.
Rodman dominates Tobago Classic in Plymouth
Presentation College of San Fernando will have
its eyes set on taking sole possession of top spot
in the BGTT/First Citizens Secondary Schools Foot-
ball League Premier Division when it travels to
Queen s Royal College today for a 3.45 pm clash.
Currently, Presentation and defending league and
Big-Four champions Naparima College are locked at
the top of the 15-team table with 16 points each.
However, Naparima which has a superior goal-
difference of plus-seven to Presentation's plus-six
is on a bye today after suffering a first loss, 1--0 to
last year's runner-up in both the Premier Division
and "Big-Four" races St Anthony's College, leaving
the door open for its Southern rivals to go top of the
Presentation goes into the match on the heels of
a 1--1 draw with joint fourth placed Shiva Boys, while
the Royalians blanked Speyside 2--0, for only their
second win in six matches and despite being at its
own St Clair venue, will be underdogs.
Third placed San Juan North, coming off a 3--0
defeat of Carapichaima East, will also have taking
over the lead on its agenda when it hosts Speyside
at Bourg Mulatresse, San Juan.
A win for San Juan North and anything less than
three points for Presentation at QRC, will be the East
Zone team going top for the first time this season.
However, the match of the round, at least on paper
will take place at St Mary's Ground, Serpentine Road,
St Clair where the "Saints" and Shiva Boys, both
with 13 points do battle.
Down at St Anthony's College Ground, Morne
Coco Road, Westmoorings, the "Westmooring Tigers"
buoyed by their win over Naparima comes up against
rivals St Augustine, with both teams on ten points,
in what can also be considered a mouth watering
St Benedict's College, with 11 points is at home to
Carapichaima East; Trinity East welcomes Fatima,
and Trinity Moka plays Fyzabad at Moka, Maraval
in the other matches.
Pres eyes SSFL
Trinity East vs Fatima,
St Mary's vs Shiva
Boys, St Mary's,
Serpentine Road, St
St Anthony's vs St
Augustine, Morne Coco
QRC vs Presentation
San Fernando, St Clair
San Juan North vs
Mulatresse, San Juan
St Benedict's vs
Mahaica Oval, Point
Trinity Moka vs
Naparima - Bye
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