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Results of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul's National Raffle drawn
at the Secretariat's Office, Port-of-Spain on Friday 11th December,
2015 at 5:00pm by Br. Reuben Ferdinand, National Vice President -
Central, members of the Society and supervised by Sumintra Deokali,
Accounts Clerk are as follows:
1st Prize -- One (1) 40" Flat Screen TV
2nd Prize -- 16 cu ft Refrigerator
3rd Prize -- One (1) Living Room Set
4th Prize -- Trip for two (2) to Grenada
5th Prize -- One (1) 20lbs Washing Machine 015704
6th Prize -- One (1) 24" Gas Stove with Oven 016476
7th Prize -- One (1) Microwave Oven
8th Prize -- Trip for Two (2) to Trinidad or Tobago 071108
9th Prize -- One (1) Beauty Package
10th Prize -- One (1) Food Hamper
The Raffle was organised to raise funds for the general work of
the Society, which includes the running of our institutions.
We thank you for your participation and look forward to your
continued support. Raffle winners should contact Ms. Sumintra
Deokali to arrange for collection of their prizes at Nazareth House, 20
Duncan Street, Port of Spain. Tel: 623-4926.
St. Vincent De Paul
SAN ANTONIO---San Antonio
built a giant 46-point lead thanks
to its smothering defense before
easing up to beat Utah 118-81 on
Monday and extend its stellar
start to the NBA season.
The Spurs improved to 21-5 ---
the second-best start in franchise
history --- and retained their 6-
1/2 game lead in the Southwest
In other key games, Atlantic
Division leader Toronto had its
four-game winning streak ended
by Indiana, the Los Angeles Clip-
pers defeated Detroit with a 3-
pointer with 12 seconds remaining
in overtime, and Miami took a
share of the Southeast Division
lead with a win over slumping
San Antionio has held 13 of its
past 14 opponents under 100
points and the Spurs defense was
again well on top of Utah, estab-
lishing a 20-point-plus lead at
halftime for the third game in five.
Kawhi Leonard had 22 points
while LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony
Parker added 18 points each for
the Spurs, who are 13-0 at home.
Indiana s Jordan Hill had season
highs with 20 points and 13
rebounds as the Pacers beat Toron-
Monta Ellis had 18 points for
Indiana, which went on a 39-4
run in the first half to overturn a
Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan
each scored 20 points for the Rap-
tors, who had beaten the Pacers
in their past five matches.
The Clippers edged Detroit 105-
103 when Jamal Crawford hit a 3-
pointer with 12.4 seconds left in
Blake Griffin made a pair of free
throws with 38.8 seconds remain-
ing to put the Clippers ahead 102-
101 but Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
tied it for the Pistons by going 1
for 2 from the foul line with 30.5
After Crawford s basket, the
Clippers fouled Reggie Jackson
with 9.3 seconds left. He made
the first shot, missed the second,
and teammate Andre Drummond
got two chances for a tying tip-
in, but missed both. Jackson
missed a desperation shot at the
Griffin finished with 34 points
for the Clippers, and JJ Redick had
24.Jackson finished with 34 points
and 11 rebounds for Detroit.
Miami led comfortably through-
out in winning 100-88 at Atlanta.
Chris Bosh scored 24 points and
Gerald Green had 20 for the Heat,
who moved 1-1/2 games above
their Southeast rival.
Kent Bazemore returned to
Atlanta s starting lineup and scored
a career-high 28 points.
Dallas Chandler Parsons scored
15 of his 17 points in the second
half to guide the Mavericks to a
104-94 win against Phoenix.
Parsons has been on restricted
duty, coming off the bench lately,
following offseason knee surgery.
He had eight points during a 20-
4 run to finish the third quarter,
when Dallas made 13 of its last 14
shots to take a 77-58 lead.
Deron Williams led Dallas with
18 points, including a 3-pointer to
help hold off another Phoenix
Eric Bledsoe led the Suns with
Memphis shot 56 percent and
sank 10 of 15 3-point attempts in
beating Washington 112-95.
Denver s Will Barton scored 23
points, including two game-sealing
free throws with 13.5 seconds
remaining, to give the Nuggets a
114-108 win against Houston.
Orlando claimed its first win in
Brooklyn, cruising past the Nets
105-82 behind 54 percent shooting
from the field.
Portland extended its run of
wins against New Orleans to seven
by defeating the Pelicans 105-101,
led by 30 points from Damian Lil-
Spurs extend stellar start
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