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IN LOVING MEMORY OF
HAJJI HAMID MOHAMMED
30 JANUARY 1930 -- 13 JANUARY 2012
"Inna lil laahi wa inna ilaihi raajioon"
"Say: From Allah we came and unto him is our
Time slips by and life goes on,
Today is four years since you've been gone,
But from our hearts you're never gone.
We hold our tears,
When we speak your name,
But the aches in our hearts
Will always remain the same
No one knows the sorrow we share
When we gather and you're not there
We think about you always
We have so many memories,
We wish we still have you Dad!
You will always be in our prayers
And in our hearts.....
NANA / PAPPY / DAD
Wife: Satoon Mohammed (Bhabee/Mona)
Children: Khamal, Jhamal, Jaleel (Kelly)
Jamalar, Kamalar, Kameel, Shamalar
Daughters-in-Law & Sons-in-Law
Grandchildren & Great grandchildren
MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE
Defence Force maintained their position
at the top of the CNG National Super
League on Sunday when they defeated
Siparia Spurs 3-2 at Petrotrin Recreation
Ground in Fyzabad.
The Army opened the scoring in the sev-
enth minute with a goal from Michael
Edwards. The lethal striker then gave his
team a two-goal cushion with his second
of the match in the 24th before Ronald St
Louis added a third and what turned out
to be the winning goal.
Spurs fought valiantly in the last five
minutes but despite a double from Andy
London in the 87th and 89th minutes, it
was too late.
The win gave the Army Coast-Guard
combination 54 points from 24 matches,
but not yet away from second place Guaya
United, who are on 53 but have a game in
hand. United were also winners at the week-
end, a similar 3-2 triumph over FC Santa
Rosa at their Guaya Recreation Ground
The Guayaguayare men will now have
the chance at taking the lead for the first
time when they face bottom of the table
Stokely Vale tomorrow at the Plymouth
Recreation Ground from 5 pm, as rivals
Defence Force will be on a bye. A victory
for Guaya will propel them to 56 points
which will be two points more than Army.
At the Guaya ground on Sunday, the vis-
itors went in front from an own goal in the
tenth minute. But Jody Allsop fired in the
equaliser in the 21st minute.
FC Santa Rosa, coached by former nation-
al player and coach Keith Look Loy, regained
the lead in the 43rd minute from Gary Bart.
The fluctuating affair continued with the
home team equalising for a second time
when Kheelon Mitchell steered in the his
team s second on the stroke of half-time
(45th minute). And after some early pressure
on the resumption, Guaya got the winner
in the 47th minute from Ryan Stewart.
GEORGETOWN---Former West Indies cricket Cap-
tain Ramnaresh Sarwan was yesterday opening his
new gym on the East Bank of the Demerara close
to the Providence Stadium.
The former middle order batsman has named his
gym Fitness 53 in reference to the number on his
shirt during his playing days with the regional side.
Sarwan, 36, who celebrates his birthday in June,
said the response had been overwhelming.
"I am a bit surprised that the response has been
so great with persons already showing their interest
in getting signed up," said Sarwan, who has 15 Test
centuries and five in ODIs and averages above 40 in
"I think it s something that I ve worked very hard
to accomplish for the past year, year and a half and
I wanted to put it together to offer something to the
public so that they will enjoy and of course try and
help them with their health and that s our focus".
The gym includes sections for weights, Cardio,
Aerobics, a sauna and a fitness bar.
He says the idea has been in the making for the
past five years.
"I named the gym `Fitness 53 after my West Indies
ODI number," he said.
"Opening a gym was an idea I had for over five
years and I want people to judge the quality it will
provide for themselves, but I think you can tell it s
more of a modern kind of gym." (CMC)
In another game, third place Tobago Phoenix FC
1976 also edged Petrotrin Palo Seco by a similar 3-
2 margin at the Palo Seco Velodrome. Lejandro
Williams scored in the 14th and 38th while Aqui
Raiem got the winning item in the 87th, despite goals
by William Garcia (60th) Sebastien Bailey (90th) for
Petrotrin Palo Seco.
Club Sando Moruga were also winners, progressing
on a 4-2 victory over Bethel United. Second from
bottom Real Maracas got only their fifth win in 23
matches when they thrashed table propers Stokely
Vale 6-1 at the Maracas ground.
Aaron Peters scored Maracas first hat-trick of the
season with goals in the 26th, 41st abnd 52nd. They
got other goals from Christian Thomas (33rd), Ricardo
Bennette (46th) and Marvin Manswell (49th). The
lone item for Stokely Vale came off the boot of
Lashawn Roberts in the 74th minute.
In another game, the Marabella Family Crisis shut-
out La Horquetta Soccer Academy 4-2 at the Larry
Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Arima. June Clarence
scored a beaver-trick in the 8th, 41st, 67th and 85th
for the win while Omeaku Barbour and Kwesi Windsor
got the goals for La Horquetta in the 7th and 79th.
Army stays out front in Super League
gym in Guyana
Quentil John and Frederick Commissiong engage in a
battle for the ball during the Super league match
between Marabella Family Crisis and La Horquetta
Academy at the Larry Gomes Stadium on Sunday.
PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
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