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H. STEPHEN BOODRAM
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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
NO. 3 OF 2017
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
BASDEO SAMLAL (Legal Personal Representative of the Estate of SILVY
SAMLAL, deceased) of No. 234 Rochard Road, Penal.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless good cause to the con-
trary is shown within fourteen days from the publication of this notice
the Registrar General of Trinidad and Tobago will issue a new Cer-
Siparia in the Island of Trinidad comprising ONE THOUSAND ONE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY EIGHT POINT SEVEN SQUARE METRES be
the same more or less delineated and coloured pink in the plan regis-
tered in Volume 4207 Folio 467 being portion of the lands described in
the Crown Grant in Volume 253 Folio 375 and shown as Lot E in the
on the East by Lot F and by a Road Reserve 10.06 metres wide now
/f/ Registrar General
Injury time does
it for France
SAINT-DENIS, France---France needed 20 min-
utes of injury time to beat Wales 20-18 in an
astonishing end to their final Six Nations game
Leigh Halfpenny's faultless goalkicking put Wales
18-13 up and seemingly on course for a sixth straight
win against the French. But the Welsh kept on con-
ceding penalty after penalty in added time. Prop
Samson Lee was sin-binned in the 82nd minute and
returned with play still going.
The try France needed was inevitable. With the at-
mosphere bordering on hysterical at Stade de France,
Antoine Dupont and Camille Chat were stopped short
of the line but replacement loose forward Damien
Chouly finally found enough of a gap to squeeze over
with help for the tying score.
Camille Lopez landed the conversion and winning
two points, and sank to his knees in desperate relief.
It was cruel on the Welsh but just reward for the
sort of never-say-die persistency that France has
been correctly accused of lacking in the past. France
seemed to be throwing away another win after center
Remi Lamerat's converted try and Lopez's penalty
made it 10-0 after 16 minutes.
It was an agonizing wait for the final whistle, as
the French camped in the Wales 22 and the crowd
roared "Poussez! Poussez!"
Referee Wayne Barnes irked the French fans all
game with his whistle-happy policing, but by the
end the Welsh were also incensed as they complained
that fullback Brice Dulin bit George North, which
would have ended the game with Wales winning.
France beat Wales for the first time since the 2011
Rugby World Cup semifinals.
Scotland beats winless Italy 29-0
EDINBURGH, Scotland ---Scotland gave depart-
ing coach Vern Cotter a successful send-off by
beating Italy 29-0 in the final round of the Six
The Azzurri were left with five straight losses for
the third time in the last four years.
Finn Russell, Matt Scott, Tim Visser and Tommy
Seymour---all members of the Scots' improved back
division---scored the tries in a bonus-point victory
at Murrayfield that keeps them in contention for a
Cotter---a tough New Zealander who rarely shows
public emotion --- was in tears after the match as
Scotland fans cheered for their coach, who didn't
have his contract renewed after three years in the
role and is joining French team Montpellier for the
start of next season.
"He's a good man and has made a fantastic contri-
bution to Scottish rugby," Scotland captain John Bar-
clay said. "He's built a fantastic culture in the team."
Under Cotter, the Scots have finally added some
cutting edge to their backline, helping them win three
matches for the first time in 11 years. Both losses were
away, to France and last week to England, a 61-21
defeat that cost Scotland a shot at the title.
"We had to set the record straight after last week,"
Barclay said. (AP)
Irish deny England
DUBLIN ---Ireland defeated England 13-9 in a
bruising Six Nations match to deny the English
rare consecutive Grand Slams and a record 19th
straight test rugby win yesterday.
A swarming Irish defence fired up by a partisan
home crowd on a rainy St Patrick's holiday weekend
handed England its first defeat since the 2015 Rugby
World Cup pool stage.
Ireland dominated first-half play, overpowering
England at the breakdown and mounting frequent
Following an early exchange of converted penalties,
the Irish took a 10-3 lead after lock Iain Henderson
broke from a maul and plunged across the line before
Anthony Watson could react for the game's only try.
England rarely penetrated Ireland's 22. Its points
came from three Owen Farrell penalties. (AP)
Rahman, Shakib give
Bangladesh winning chance
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka---Left-arm fast
bowler Mustafizur Rahman and all-
rounder Shakib Al Hasan took three
wickets each yesterday to raise Bang-
ladesh's hopes of winning its 100th Test
match and clinching its first-ever test
victory against Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka closed day four of the second
Test on 268-8 with a second-innings lead
of 139 runs. Two early wickets on the final
day will give Bangladesh a realistic chance of
winning on a pitch that has so far not helped
spin bowling as much as expected.
But Sri Lanka's tailenders put up enough
resistance to build a lead that can give their
bowlers some hope after the hosts fell apart
despite an impressive century from opener
Sri Lanka reached tea at 199-6 for a 70-
run lead. The tail managed 69 runs in the
final session, losing two wickets.
Dilruwan Perera was on 26, having faced
126 balls. Suranga Lakmal was 16 not out.
Rahman had 3-52, while Shakib returned
Sri Lanka started the afternoon session on
a comfortable 137-1, but an aggressive spell
from Rahman ended that momentum and
overshadowed the fifth test century from
"If a settled team loses one wicket, they
can lose two or three wickets. So that was
the plan, to get a wicket, and once we got it
you saw what happened," said Bangladesh
batsman Mosaddek Hossain. Now the aim
is to dismiss Sri Lanka with a lead of less
than 160, Mosaddek said.
Karunaratne was out for 126 in the final
session, facing 244 deliveries and including
a six and 10 boundaries.
Rahman broke an 86-run partnership for
the second wicket between Karunaratne and
Kusal Mendis in the middle session when
he had Mendis caught behind by Mushfiqur
Rahim for his lunchtime score of 36. Bang-
ladesh opted to review a not out decision
after a sharp outswinger from Rahman went
past Mendis' bat.
Dinesh Chandimal, who made a century in
Sri Lanka's first innings, was out cheaply for
five --- caught behind by Rahim off Rahman
to leave Sri Lanka at 165-3.
Asela Gunaratne (7) was adjudged lbw af-
ter he padded a delivery without offering a
shot off Shakib.
Rahman forced an edge off Dhananjaya de
Silva (0) to Rahim and Niroshan Dickwella
(5) was out for a fourth catch to Rahim trying
to paddle sweep.
Bangladesh took five wickets in the middle
session for just 62 runs.
Karunaratne wasn't in the mood to cele-
brate his century.
"Mustafizur (Rahman) took the game
away from us," Karunaratne said. "He bowls
a maximum of five overs in a spell and we
should have played that out. We panicked.
We didn't plan things out well. The wicket
was set and that perhaps gave us a false sense
of security to go for runs instead of seeing
off that period."
Earlier in the morning session, Sri Lanka
comfortably erased a 129-run first innings
deficit and looked set for a challenging lead.
Sri Lanka started the day on 54-0, still trail-
ing Bangladesh by 75, but ended the first
session leading by eight runs with nine
wickets in hand.
Offspinner Mehedi Hasan provided Bang-
ladesh the much-needed breakthrough with
only three more runs added to the overnight
score, bowling Upul Tharanga for 26.
Karunaratne and Mendis consolidated the
innings with their risk-free batting and ro-
tating the strike.
Bangladesh was dismissed for 467 in its
first innings --- with Shakib hitting his fifth
test century --- in reply to Sri Lanka's 338.
Sri Lanka leads the two-match series after
winning the first test by 259 runs. (AP)
Bangladeshi captain Mushfiqur Rahim,
center, and Sabbir Rahman unsuccessfully
appeal for the wicket of Sri Lanka's Suranga
Lakmal, right, on day four of their second
test cricket match in Colombo, Sri Lanka,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
Sri Lanka 1st Innings: 338
Bangladesh 1st Innings: 467
Sri Lanka 2nd Innings
D. Karunaratne c Sarkar b Shakib 126
U. Tharanga b Hasan
K. Mendis c Rahim b Rahman 36
D. Chandimal c Rahim b Rahman 5
A. Gunaratne lbw b Shakib
D. de Silva c Rahim b Rahman 0
N. Dickwella c Rahim b Shakib 5
D. Perera not out
R. Herath lbw b Islam
S. Lakmal not out
Extras: (4b, 7lb, 1w)
TOTAL: (for 8 wickets)
Fall of wickets: 1-57, 2-143,
3-165, 4-176, 5-177,
6-190, 7-217, 8-238.
Still to bat: Lakshan Sandakan.
Bowling: Subashis Roy 16-4-36-0 (1w),
Mehedi Hasan 22-0-67-1,
Mustafizur Rahman 19-3-52-3,
Shakib Al Hasan 30-8-61-3 ,
Mosaddek Hossain 3-0-10-0,
Taijul Islam, 10-1-31-1.
Toss: won by Sri Lanka.
Series: Sri Lanka leads two-match series
Umpires: Aleem Dar, Pakistan, and Sund-
aram Ravi, India.
TV Umpire: Marais Erasmus, South Africa.
Match Referee: Andy Pycroft, Zimbabwe.
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