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NOTICE OF RECORD DATE
FOR PAYMENT OF INTERIM DIVIDEND ON COMMON
SHARES AND CURRENCY CONVERSIONS FOR BDS$, TT$
NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with the Companies Act Cap 308 of the Laws
of Barbados that the Directors of Sagicor Financial Corporation ( the Company ) have
by resolution declared an interim dividend of 2 cents per share United States currency
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at the close of business on October 20, 2015.
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and Tobago, such currency conversion to be calculated as the average of the
exchange selling rate of the US$ to TT$ as published by the Central Bank of
Trinidad and Tobago at the close of business on the five business days immediately
preceding October 20, 2015, and
(b) Pounds Sterling ( GBP ) to Holders registered on the Depositary Interest Register
maintained by the Company in the United Kingdom, such currency conversion
to be calculated as the average of the spot exchange rate of the US$ to GBP as
published by the Bank of England at the close of business on the five business
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By Order of the Board of Directors
Althea C. Hazzard
CARDIFF---Ireland avoided a Rugby
World Cup quarterfinal against the
defending champion All Blacks by
beating France 24-9 to secure first
place in Pool D yesterday---but an
impressive victory came at a cost
for the Six Nations champions.
Star flyhalf Jonny Sexton, captain
Paul O Connell and flanker Peter
O Mahony all went off injured---the
latter two on motorized stretchers---
to potentially leave the Irish without
three of their most important players
for a last-eight game against Argenti-
na next Sunday.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt said
O Connell s hamstring injury was
the most serious of the three, and it
could end the international career
of one of the greatest players to wear
the Irish green. The 35-year-old lock
is quitting test rugby after the World
Cup. Raising their intensity to levels
previously unseen from them this
tournament, the Irish overcame the
injuries to lead 9-6 at halftime and
then score tries through fullback
Rob Kearney and scrumhalf Conor
Murray. The noise and the predom-
inance of green under the Millen-
nium Stadium s closed roof made
it feel like the game could have been
Ireland won all four of its pool
games, justifying its pre-World Cup
tag of Europe s leading contender.
As for the French, they were
blown away after the break and their
first loss in the pool stage set up a
quarterfinal against New Zealand,
back in Cardiff on Saturday. Eight
years ago, the teams met at the same
stage, in the same stadium and on
the same night---and France won
20-18 in one of the most memorable
wins at a World Cup.
France also upstaged New Zealand
in the 1999 World Cup semifinals,
and had a narrow defeat in the final
four years ago.
France s points on Sunday came
from three penalties, and the team
didn t come close to scoring a try.
In yesterday s other match, Japan s
28-18 win over the United States
brought the curtains down on a
Rugby World Cup pool stage that
it lit up. The last pool match didn t
have the jaw-dropping thrills of
Japan s win over South Africa on
the second day of the tournament,
or the smothering domination of
the win over Samoa, but it was a
slice of history nevertheless.
Japan became the first team to
win three out of four pool matches
and not advance to the quarterfinals.
The one loss was to Scotland,
when the fatigued Brave Blossoms
were over-run in the second half
just four days after upsetting the
Wouldn t they love a rematch
against the Scots with equal rest.
Ireland avoids All Blacks in RWC quarters
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