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TENDER FOR CLEANING AND DESILTING OF
DRAINAGE NETWORK IN PORT OF SPAIN
The Port of Spain Corporation invites tenders from registered contractors with the
Corporation to tender for the undermentioned works:-
Package 1 -- Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - St. James West
Package 2 -- Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - St. James East
Package 3 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - Woodbrook
Package 4 -- Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - Northern, Port of Spain
Package 5 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - Southern, Port of Spain
Package 6 -- Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - Belmont North -- West
Package 7 -- Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - Belmont East
Package 8 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - Belmont South
Package 9 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - St. Ann's River North
Package 10 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - East Dry River
Package 11 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - St. Ann's River, Central
Package 12 - Cleaning and Desilting of drainage network - St. Ann's River, South
Tender documents can be obtained during working hours from the Tenders Clerk -- Neil Mohammed, at the City Administra-
tion Department, 1st Floor, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain, telephone 299-0870 extension 2210.
Tenderers are required to pay the Cashier, Port of Spain Corporation a tender deposit of TT$100.00 for each project. Payments
can be made at the Cashier's Unit during the hours of 8:00 am to 2:30 pm.
Any further technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from Mr. Jason Lalla, City Engineer's De-
partment, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain, Tel: 200-0870, ext. 2277. Tenderers may make their
bid on one or more of the projects.
Tenders must be accompanied by:-
Revenue and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the Tender
of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain and clearly marked on the outside.
"Tender for Cleaning and Desilting of Drainage Network in Port of
Spain for the Port of Spain Corporation 2016" -
ration, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain, not later than Thursday September 1, 2016 at 10.00 a.m.
Tenders will be opened thereafter. The Tenderer or his authorized representative may be present at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
The Port of Spain Corporation does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other offer and reserves the right to cancel the
Port of Spain Corporation.
McCollin connected 33
goals from 41 attempts
to guide T&T to a huge
69-9 victory over Cana-
da in its opening match
of the Americas Feder-
ation of Netball Associ-
ations (AFNA) qualifiers
in St Maarten, yester-
The captain spear-
headed a total domina-
LONDON---West Indies Women s captain
Stafanie Taylor struck a cameo but her efforts
were in vain as Western Storm went down by
seven wickets to Southern Vipers in the final
of the Women s Super League here Sunday.
Sent in at Chelmsford, Storm rallied to 140 for
five off their 20 overs, with New Zealand opener
Rachel Priest top-scoring with 57 from 55 deliveries
and partner Taylor getting 35 from 28 balls.
The pair featured in an opening stand of 74,
with Priest slamming eight fours and a six and
Taylor striking three fours and a six.
Taylor seemed to be moving into high gear
when she drove seamer Arran Brindle to mid-
off in the 11th over and captain Heather Knight
(6) added a further 28 for the second wicket with
Priest before falling to Brindle in the 15th over,
caught at deep backward square.
Brindle finished with two for 15 from her four
overs while medium pacer Suzie Bates picked up
two for 37.
In reply, a 78-run, first-wicket stand between
Suzie Bates and captain Charlotte Edwards, vir-
tually ended the game as a contest.
Bates stroked 52 off 46 balls with seven fours
while Edwards weighed in with 24 from 18 deliv-
eries with three fours and a six.
By the time both fell in the space of 12 deliveries
to leave Vipers on 84 for two in the 12th over,
only 57 runs were required and Sara McGlashan s
unbeaten 21 from 19 deliveries put the result out
Taylor was ineffective from her four overs, fin-
ishing wicket-less and conceding 24 runs.
The right-handed Taylor had a successful tour-
nament, scoring 289 runs at an average of 57
while claiming 11 wickets. (CMC)
...struck 35 from
McCollin guides netgirls to big win
tion by the junior
, who led
19-4 in the first quarter,
34-4 at the half and 47-
6 in the third quarter.
T&T used four shoot-
ers in the one-sided
affair with Jameela
McCarthy producing, 14
off 17, Tiana Dillon put
in 12 in 18 and Tahira
Hollingsworth slotted 10
goals from 12 tries.
Today the local net-
ballers will be on a bye
but will be back on court
again to face Argentina
tomorrow at 10.30 am.
The T&T unit is hop-
ing to top the tourna-
ment or at least finish
among the top three
teams to qualify for next
year s World Youth Net-
ball Cup in Gaborone,
Coaching the youth
team is Rhonda John-
Davis and her assistant
coach is Kemba Duncan.
Both coaches have
represented T&T on all
levels, from junior to
Competing teams: Argentina,
Barbados, Canada, Grenada, St
Kitts/Nevis, St Maarten, T&T
Grenada vs Argentina, 10.30 am
Barbados vs Canada, 6.30 pm
St Kitts/Nevis vs St Maarten,
T&T vs Argentina, 10.30 am
Barbados vs St Kitts/Nevis, 6.30
St Maarten vs Grenada, 8.30 pm
Argentina vs Canada, 10.30 am
Grenada vs St Kitts/Nevis, 6.30
St Maarten vs T&T, 8.30 pm
Argentina vs Barbados, 10.30 am
Canada vs Grenada, 6.30 pm
T&T vs St Kitts/Nevis, 8.30 pm
St Kitts/Nevis vs Canada, 2.30
T&T vs Grenada, 6.30 pm
St Maarten vs Barbados, 8.30 pm
St Kitts/Nevis vs Argentina, 3.30
Barbados vs T&T, 5.30 pm
St Maarten vs Canada, 7.30 pm
Closing ceremony, 9.30 pm
Taylor cameo in
vain as Storm
lose in final
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