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of freehold land located on both sides of the
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119 and 120 and about 400 metres north of
the Acono Road junction with the said Maracas
Road (with occupiers thereon).
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on its suitability for use for any purpose.
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Sale No. 09/2017
Thunder beat Kings,
Cavs lose to Clippers
OKLAHOMA CITY--- Rus-
sell Westbrook had 28 points,
10 assists and eight rebounds
to help the Oklahoma City
Thunder roll past the Sac-
ramento Kings 110-94 on
The Thunder won their fifth
straight --- the longest current
streak in the NBA --- and moved
into a tie for fifth place in the
Western Conference, pending
the result of the Los Angeles
Clippers' game against Cleve-
land later Saturday.
Westbrook had a triple-double
in each of the first four games of
the streak to raise his season total
to 34. He needs seven more in
Oklahoma City's final 13 games
to tie Oscar Robertson for the
NBA single-season record, set
during the 1961-62 season.
Georgios Papagiannis had 14
points and 11 rebounds for Sac-
ramento, which had a two-game
winning streak snapped.
LOS ANGELES--- Blake
Griffin scored 23 points as Los
Angeles capitalized on the Cav-
aliers' decision to rest their top
three players with an easy victory
LeBron James, Kevin Love and
Kyrie Irving sat out for the Cav-
aliers and the Clippers snapped
their three-game losing streak by
feasting on the defending cham-
pions' supporting cast.
J.J. Redick added 16 points for
the Clippers, who rested Griffin,
Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan
for the entire fourth quarter
while their reserves turned a
comfortable win into a blowout.
Griffin sat out Thursday's loss
at Denver to rest and he poured
in 13 points in the third quarter
while Los Angeles pulled away.
Richard Jefferson scored 12
to lead the Cavs in their low-
est-scoring game of the season.
--- Mike Conley had 19 points,
seven rebounds and six assists
while Zach Randolph added 18
points as Memphis extended its
winning streak to four by beating
The Grizzlies held an 89-86
lead with 5:45 left then went on
a 9-1 rally to match their biggest
advantage of the game at 98-87
on a three-point play by Marc
Gasol with 2:30 left.
Not long afterward, Spurs
coach Gregg Popovich sent his
Gasol had 16 points and seven
assists for Memphis.
Kawhi Leonard led the Spurs
with 22 points and LaMarcus
Aldridge had 21 points and nine
rebounds. San Antonio lost its
second straight. (AP)
Novak Djokovic out
with elbow injury
Novak Djokovic has joined Andy Murray in
withdrawing from next week's Miami Open.Just
24 hours after Murray announced he would not play
in Florida, Djokovic also pulled out. Both have cited
elbow injuries. Djokovic, the three-time defending
champion in Miami, wrote on Facebook: "My doctor
has strongly advised against play because my elbow
injury, that I keep carrying on for months, got worse
in the past week. "I will do everything in my power
to recover and do all the necessary therapy to be able
to return on court as soon as possible.
"Sadly, I won't be able to defend my title in Miami
this week. Believe me, it is as shocking to me, as it is
to you." He added: "I am lucky that throughout my
career I didn't have many injuries, but I guess that all
that I've been through physically in the past so many
years did leave a mark on my body."
The world number two - a six-time winner in Mi-
ami - was beaten in the last 16 in Indian Wells last
week by Nick Kyrgios,his second loss to the Australian
this month. Having also suffered an early exit at the
Australian Open, Djokovic is struggling to replicate
the form which swept all before him 12 months ago.
Murray has surpassed him as world number one
and will hold an advantage of more than 4,000 rank-
ing points over his rival come the end of the Miami
Open where the winner gets 1,000. With both men
out, Stan Wawrinka will now be top seed for the event.
The men's draw takes place at 1700 GMT today with
the ATP action getting under way on Wednesday. The
women's tournament starts tomorrow.
Kenyans Barno, Jepkurgat win LA Marathon
SANTA MONICA, Calif. --- Ken-
yans Elisha Barno and Hellen Jep-
kurgat won the men's and women's
titles at the Los Angeles Marathon
Barno pulled away from 2015 winner
Daniel Limo of Kenya in the final mile of
the race, crossing the finish line near the
Santa Monica Pier in 2 hours, 11 minutes,
Limo was timed in 2:12.13. He finished
third last year in the 26.2-mile race that
begins at Dodger Stadium and finishes
at the Pacific Ocean.
Willy Koitile of Kenya finished third
in 2:12.43. Defending champion Weldon
Kirui of Kenya was fourth in 2:13.21.
Jepkurgat comfortably led the pack
throughout the women's race before
breaking away in the 13th mile to win
in 2:34.24, nearly 2 minutes ahead of
fellow Kenyan Jane Kibii, who finished
The winners earned $23,000 each.(AP) Hellen Jepkurgat, of Kenya, crosses the finish line as she wins the women's Los Angeles
Marathon, yesterday, in Santa Monica, Calif, USA. AP PHOTO
Houston Rockets guard James Harden, right, works against Denver Nuggets guard Gary Harris during
the second half of an NBA basketball game on Saturday, in Denver. The Rockets won 109-105. AP
WARRIORS 117, BUCKS 92
BULLS 95, JAZZ 86
TRAIL BLAZERS 113,
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