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NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL HEALTHAUTHORITY
1. The North-Central Regional Health Authority has authorized tendering for the following:
Name of Tender
Supply, Installation, Commissioning,
Maintenance and Training of Thirteen (13) Single
Channel Infusion Pumps, Seven (7) Triple Channel
Infusion Pumps and Ten (10) Infusion Pump Stands
for the Paediatrics Emergency Department and Two
New Wards at Buildings 18 & 20, Eric Williams Medical
Tenders Department, Building #39, Third Floor, Room
306, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex 8:00am
- 3:00pm, Three Hundred Dol
lars (TT$300.00) pay
4. The ORIGINAL AND FIVE (5) COPIES OF THE ENTIRE ORIGINAL TENDER SUBMISSION
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE TENDERS COMMITTEE
NORTH-CENTRAL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
BUILDING 39, ERIC WILLIAMS MEDICAL SCIENCES COMPLEX
URIAH BUTLER HIGHWAY, CHAMPS FLEURS
Tender -- indicate the Tender you are submitting as stated below
Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Training of Thirteen (13) Single Chan-
nel Infusion Pumps, Seven (7) Triple Channel Infusion Pumps and Ten (10) Infusion Pump
Stands for the Paediatrics Emergency Department and Two New Wards at Buildings 18 & 20,
Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
address no later than 10:00 am
6. Late Tenders will not be considered.
The FULL Tender Notice is included with the Tender Document
BIRMINGHAM---Azhar Ali capitalised on two
dropped catches to notch his tenth Test century
and leave Pakistan just 40 runs behind England
with a commanding 257-3 in the third test yester-
Sami Aslam (82) missed out on his maiden Test
hundred but frustrated England for 4-1/2 hours with
a 181-run second wicket stand with Azhar, who was
caught off the last ball of the second day after scoring
139 off 293 balls.
James Anderson had dismissed Mohammad Hafeez
off his fourth delivery before Pakistan had scored,
but England had to wait until after tea for the next
success when 20-year-old Aslam was run out.
Azhar got reprieves on 38 and 69 against sloppy
England fielding, hitting 15 fours and a six before
Woakes found the outside edge just before stumps.
Azhar and Aslam defied the four-man England
pace attack on a wicket that looked good for batting,
with hardly any seam movement for the fast bowlers
or turn for lone offspinner, Moeen Ali.
The Pakistan batting pair frustrated England with
some sharp singles and took the total to 72-1 by lunch
before adding further 82 runs in the second session.
Anderson should have got the wicket of Azhar
before he had completed his half century, but Joe
Root spilled a two-handed catch in the second slip
in the first over after break.
Azhar completed his half century off 129 balls.
Aslam, who got his first chance in the test series
after out-of-form Shan Masood was dropped, soon
raised his maiden test 50 off 135 balls with five fours
by sweeping Moeen to the fine leg boundary.
England wasted another opportunity to break the
stand when Moeen couldn t hold onto a sharp over-
head catch off his own bowling when Azhar drove
hard back to him.
James Vince s direct throw from short cover finally
ended Aslam s brilliant knock after tea, but England s
bowlers kept on struggling to get through the defences
Anderson was twice warned by on-field umpire
Bruce Oxenford for running into the danger area as
Azhar completed his first Test century outside Asia
off 209 balls, glancing Stuart Broad to fine leg for
a boundary. He had reached the mark with the help
of 10 fours and a six.
Azhar saluted his teammates and did ten press-
ups to recognise his instructors at the Army academy
in Pakistan where national team members trained
before the England tour in late June.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq had celebrated
his century in a similar style at Lord s, where Pakistan
won by 75 runs.
Azhar added further 76 runs with Younis Khan (21
not out) and even thwarted England with the second
new ball for nearly ten overs---before Woakes got his
first wicket in his 19th over of the day, much to the
disappointment of Azhar.
England vs Pakistan
England 1st Inns: 297
Pakistan 1st inns
Mohammad Hafeez c Ballance b Anderson 0
Sami Aslam run out
Azhar Ali c Cook b Woakes
Younis Khan not out
Extras (2b, 12lb, 1nb)
TOTAL: (for 3 wickets)
Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-181, 3-257.
Bowling: James Anderson 19-6-32-1, Stuart
Broad 19-3-49-0 (1nb), Steven Finn 16-3-44-0,
Chris Woakes 19-3-52-1, Moeen Ali 15-2-63-0,
James Vince 1-0-2-0, Joe Root 1-0-1-0
Series: Four-Test series is level at 1-1.
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