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H. STEPHEN BOODRAM
1350 S.S. ERIN ROAD,
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
NO. 60 OF 2016
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
SHAFFINA MOHAMED also called SHAFFINA MOHAMMED
(Legal Personal Representative of DEONARINE RAMROOP,
deceased) of No. 155 Old Clarke Road, Penal.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless good cause to the
contrary is shown within fourteen days from the publication of this
notice the Registrar General of Trinidad and Tobago will issue a new
Siparia in the Island of Trinidad comprising ONE ROOD AND EIGHT
POINT EIGHT PERCHES be the same more or less delineated and
coloured pink in the plan registered in Volume 1711 Folio 223 being
portion of the lands described in the Crown Grant in Volume 69 Folio
209 and bounded on the North by lands now formerly of Koodee on
the South by Ragunanan Trace 50 links wide on the East by Lot 5 and
3283 Folio 373.
Dated this 6th day of February, 2017.
/f/ Registrar General.
Mayweather: Get in touch Conor
Floyd Mayweather has responded to
Conor McGregor's claim he is keeping
him in retirement by telling the UFC
champion to get in touch with his rep-
Five-weight boxing world champion
Mayweather, who has previously stated
he would only return to the ring to fight
the Irishman, said he was "happily retired"
in posts shared on his social media pages.
But after McGregor tweeted a picture of
himself sat on a throne in Las Vegas with the
caption: "Floyd has retired on my arrival,"
Mayweather appeared to do a U-turn.
"Listen, Conor McGregor, if you really
want to get this fight done, take care of your
business with the UFC and then have your
people get in touch with my people," May-
weather wrote on Twitter.
McGregor has obtained a boxing licence
granted by the California State Athletic
Commission, which would allow him to box
in the US state, as part of his pursuit of a
cross-sport showdown with Mayweather.
However, the 28-year-old McGregor is
still contracted to the UFC.
Mayweather retired in September 2015
with a 49-0 record while McGregor be-
came UFC's first simultaneous two-weight
champion in November when beating Eddie
Alvarez for the lightweight belt.
The 38-year-old Mayweather had earlier
played down talk of an agreement between
the two camps, posting on Twitter: "There
seems to be several rumours floating around
media recently however, let the record
show, there hasn't been any deals made in
regards to a fight between myself and any
"I am happily retired and enjoying life at
this time. If any changes are to come, be sure
that I will be the first to let the world know."
ROTTERDAM---Jo-Wilfried Tsonga clinched
his 13th career title yesterday, rallying from
a set down to beat David Goffin of Belgium
4-6, 6-4, 6-1 in the final of the World Tennis
The sixth-seeded Frenchman hit 10 aces and,
although he dropped his serve twice, he broke the
third-seeded Goffin's serve four times.
Tsonga, ranked 14, lost the final here in Rotter-
dam six years ago. His previous title also came on
indoor hardcourts in Metz, France, two years ago.
"I'm really happy. The last couple of months
I put in a lot of effort to come back to this level,"
Tsonga said. "It's a huge reward for me and it gives
me new expectations for the rest of the year."
The powerful Tsonga changed his approach to
play more to his strengths and dictate points more.
"I changed my serve and worked a lot on my
backhand and my returns. I also changed my
strings. There were many things to improve my
game," he said. "In the second set, I showed a dif-
ferent mentality on court. I was more aggressive
and it made the difference."
He improved to 4-2 overall in career meetings
against the 11th-ranked Goffin, who won both of
his career titles in 2014.
The 31-year-old Tsonga reached the milestone
of 400 career wins this week, and victory in the
final was his 401st.
Goffin, meanwhile, will become the first Belgian
man to break into the top 10 when the rankings are
"I was a bit tired. I started the final really well,
but in the end Jo played better than me," the
26-year-old Goffin said. "Of course I'm disap-
pointed, but I played some good tennis." (AP)
France's Tsonga wins
World tennis title
France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. AP PHOTO
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