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CENTRAL TENDERS BOARD
Supply and Delivery of One (1) Cesspool Emptier with Factory
Installed Tank for the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation,
Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government.
Tenders are invited for the Supply and Delivery of One (1) 4500 Litres Cesspool Emptier with
Factory Installed Tank for the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation, Ministry of Rural
Development and Local Government.
Tender documents can be obtained during normal working hours at the Central Tenders Board's
Any further technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from Mr. Barry
"Supply and Delivery of One (1) Cesspool Emptier with Factory Installed Tank for t
he Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation,
Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government."
of Spain and must be deposited in the BROWN Tenders Box located in the lobby of the Board's
1:00 p.m. on Thursday March 17th, 2016
rized representative may be present at the opening.
Tenderers should note that the dimensions of the slot in the Tenders Box are 37.5 cm x 5.5 cm and
tenders should therefore be packaged accordingly.
Late tenders will not be considered in any circumstances.
The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Central Tenders Board reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or partially,
Central Tenders Board
T&T Dutch-based Levi Garcia says
he s flattered to be on Stephen Hart s
radar for possible selection on the
Garcia has been enjoying a fine
opening spell to the Dutch top flight
with AZ Alkmaar since making his
debut in late January.
And Hart, who worked with Garcia
when he represented the National Under
20 team at the CONCACAF final round
of World Cup qualifiers last year in
Jamaica, has hinted that he is monitoring
the teenager's progress at Alkmaar.
Garcia hails from Santa Flora and is
former student of Shiva Boys Hindu Col-
lege. "I've seen all his games and he's
making solid progress. He's playing at a
very good level in a strong league," Hart
And Garcia has taken note of Hart's
monitoring. "To be honest, the feeling
is just very exciting but humble and
relaxed," Garcia said about
his first month playing Euro-
pean football. "It's just a
happy moment for me and
I'm pleased to know that my
hard work and belief is pay-
ing off. It's early days yet but
show other youths that there
can reach somewhere once
you put your heart and mind
to it and believe in God at
the same time. And I am
happy to be able to show people that
there are still opportunities for us out
here in Europe," Garcia said this week.
"I have a lot of respect for coach Hart.
I am happy he's keeping tabs on me. It's
a very exciting moment to be so close
to being in the World Cup qualifiers and
I would really like to be on the team. I
believe I am ready honestly and I think
I have a lot to show. At the same time
I want to continue wishing the team all
the best and I hope we continue to
achieve success," Garcia added.
Joevin shifts focus to MLS season
Joevin Jones played the full encounter
but his Seattle Sounders suffered a 3-
1 loss to Club America in the Scotiabank
CONCACAF Champions League quarter
final clash at the Azteca Stadium in Mex-
ico City on Wednesday night.
Sounders lost the two-game series
5-3 on aggregate.
"It's always tough playing at the Azteca
but again it's disappointing to be out of
the Champions League. Hopefully we
can get our heads back together and
bounce back with a good start to the
league," said Jones who had one attempt
on goal during the match.
"We had three leads," Sounders head
coach Sigi Schmid said. "And our leads
have lasted like three minutes."
The Sounders will turn their focus
toward the MLS regular season opener
on Sunday against Sporting Kansas City
at CenturyLink Field.
Jones is expected to return home later
this month to join the national team for
the two 2018 World Cup qualifiers against
St Vincent/Grenadines on March 25
(Away) and March 29 at the Hasely
Cato suffers hamstring strain
San Jose Earthquakes winger Cordell
Cato suffered a hamstring strain in a
preseason match on February 20 and
could be in a tight race for fitness for
the 2018 World Cup qualifiers on March
25 and 29 against St Vincent/Grenadines.
Reports out of San Jose stated that he
was expected to be out for two to three
weeks according to coach Dominic Kin-
near. He is likely to be playing again well
in time before the World Cup qualifiers
but T&T boss Stephen Hart will get an
update on the player's condition before
making a decision.
Cato left the match versus Sacramento
Republic FC in the 20th minute.
Last month Cato signed a new multi-
year contract with San Jose,coming off
a career year in 2015, where he set career
highs in games played (28),
starts (18) and minutes (1,814)
and tied his career highs in
goals (three) and assists (two).
Last season the Carenage-
born player made at least one
start at four different posi-
tions---left back, right back, left
midfield and right midfield.
"Cordell is an excellent
young player and we believe
he has a very bright future
ahead of him," said Earthquakes
general manager John Doyle
after announcing his new contract. "It's
easy to forget that, given all the expe-
rience he already has, Cordell is only 23.
We are delighted to secure his services
and look forward to seeing him in a
Quakes jersey for a long time to come."
Hart monitors players
with outside chance
National coach Stephen Hart says he
sees maybe four to five players in the
T&T Pro League who are making strong
claims for selection on the national team
outside of the current pool of players.
Hart will name his squad later this
month for the two 2018 World cup qual-
ifiers against St Vincent and the
Grenadines on March 25 and 29. "There
are four or five local players that have
looked on top of their game both phys-
ically and mentally so I m keeping an
eye on them because I think they can
push for selection. It should be inter-
esting. Obviously I didn't have this sort
of option in January when we played
Haiti because the League was on a long
break and it was very similar with the
foreign base players," Hart said.
He was also pleased to see that the
majority of the overseas-based players
were playing on a consistent basis.
"I think playing is the most important
thing. You have to be playing regularly
because yes you can be fit but if you're
not match-fit you are not match-sharp
and then mentally as the game goes on
especially at an international level mis-
takes crop up and that can cost you.
THE PRO LOOK
Garcia ready for
Soca Warriors call
Levi Garcia ....in action for Az Alkmaar.
Shaun Fuentes Director of
Communications Trinidad and Tobago
Football Association (TTFA)
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