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Closing Date for applications: 26 February 2016
Please note that only suitable applications will be acknowledged
The Energy and Industrial Gases division of the Massy Group of Companies is seeking dynamic,
qualified, competent persons to fill the listed positions:
Local athletes Mark London, Deandra
Daniel and Khemani Roberts keep
impressing on the University circuit with
each winning silver in their respective
events at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Con-
ference (MEAC) Indoor Track & Field
Championship held in Landover, Mary-
land, USA on the weekend.
London, in fact, copped two silver
medals in the men s 800 metres and the
distance medley event, to help his Coppin
State University team close the event sixth
in the overall men s rankings with 57 points.
Bethune-Cookman topped with 122 points
followed by North Carolina A&T (113),
Maryland-Eastern Shore (103.50), Hamp-
ton (100), Norfolk State (66) and Mary-
land-Eastern Shore (49.50), respectively.
Haysean Cowie-Clarke just missed out
on advancing to the final of the men s
60m dash. He clocked 6.89 in the pre-
liminary heats to have the ninth quickest
time, not good enough as only the runners
with the top eight times progressed.
The sophomore clocked 1.53.02 seconds
to follow his teammate Alaric Coker
(1:52.98) to the line in the 800m. The duo
was then joined by Ronaldo Ball and
Michael James to place second in 10:20.41
in the medley event.
London also competed in the one mile
run and placed 12th in 4:31.53.
The Lady Eagles headed into the final
day of the three-day Championships on
Saturday ranked third overall with 40
points following the second day of events.
Daniel, a senior at Coppin State, finished
as the runner up in the high jump event,
Junior Khemani Roberts followed with
a fourth place finish matching a season-
best measure at 1.70m.
Roberts gave her team a boost in placing
second in the pentathlon with 3,403
points, falling short of first place by only
four points. Roberts won the high jump
event (1.68m), came second in the shot
put (10.78), seventh in the long jump
(4.84m), and eighth in both the 60m hur-
dles (9.39) and 800m run events (2:33.81).
At the end of the final day, the Lady
Eagles dropped to fifth with 58 points
after 17 scored events at the Champi-
onships. Hampton finished ranked first
with 143.33 and Florida A&M is in second
place with 114 points. Third and fourth
were North Carolina A&T (81) and
Trinity College East and
Fatima College will both
aim for their fourth con-
secutive win of the season,
when the fourth round of
the Powergen Secondary
Schools 50-over Premier-
ship League bowls off
today, from 10 am.
Trinity, which defeated Vishnu Boys by 139 runs
in the last round, will face Fyzabad Secondary at the
Evergreen Recreation Ground in Woodland. Fyzabad
is aiming to bounce back after falling by 44 runs to
Barrackpore West in the last round.
Fatima, the defending Intercol T20 champions,
will travel to Honeymoon Park, El Dorado to face
Hillview. Fatima crushed defending 50-over cham-
pions Naparima by 92 runs in round three, while
Hillview eased to a 116-run victory over Presentation
In other matches today, struggling teams Vishnu
and Naparima will square off at the Caroni Conquerors
Ground, while Barrackpore West will make the journey
to central to play Presentation College, Chaguanas
at the latter s school ground.
London, Daniel, Roberts snare silver Trinity East, Fatima
look to stay unbeaten
TODAY'S ROUND FOUR
(first team home)
Vishnu vs Naparima
Hillview vs Fatima
Fyzabad vs Trinity East
Presentation, Chaguanas vs Barrackpore West
Havana Triathlon winner Carlos Javier Quinchara Forero of Colombia, centre, along with
silver medallist Juan José Andrade of Ecuador, left, and bronze medallist Luis Miguel
Velásquez of Venezuela. For the second consecutive time, the city of Havana in Cuba
served as a main stage where 300 professional and amateur athletes gathered to
compete in a triathlon on Sunday, one of the classification tests for the Rio de Janeiro
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