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guardian.co.tt Sunday, May 7, 2017
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 70th Annual General Meeting of
TECU Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited will be held at the
PETROTRIN Pointe-a-Pierre Club, Pointe-a-Pierre on Friday 12th May 2017
at 4:30 p.m.
• Receive the reports of the Board of Directors, Supervisory and Credit
Committees and the Financial Statements of the Credit Union for the
year ended December 31st, 2016.
• Election of Officers
• Transact any other ordinary business of the Credit Union
Registration Commences at 2:30 p.m.
Shuttle Service from the Marabella office starts at 2:00 p.m.
Members are advised that Dividends will be credited to your Share
Account as is customary and can be withdrawn from May 15th 2017.
The Annual Report 2016 will be available for collection at the Marabella,
Couva and Point Fortin offices or can be accessed via www.tecutt.com
from Monday 1st May 2017.
April 13th 2017
With an arm draped around one of
his players, Swansea manager Paul
Clement walked toward the team's
celebrating fans and held up two of
Two games to secure English Premier
League survival. And this relegation battle
could go right to the wire.
Swansea was the big winner on Saturday
as the fight to stay in the world's richest
domestic league took more twists across
three back-to-back games.
After witnessing losses for relegation
rivals Crystal Palace and then Hull, Swan-
sea beat Everton 1-0 to climb out of the
bottom three for the first time in a month.
That's seven points won from the last three
games for the Welsh club that looked in
such a mess in late December when it fired
American coach Bob Bradley.
"It's one of my proudest moments,"
said Clement, a former assistant at Real
Madrid, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Ger-
main, and Chelsea who is starting to look
the part as a coach in his own right.
Last-placed Sunderland is already
down. Next-to-last Middlesbrough is
set to drop, too, on Monday. It looks to be
down to three teams---Palace, Swansea or
Hull---for the other relegation places.
Palace has 38 points, Swansea 35, and
Hull 34. Next week, Hull visits Palace and
Swansea is away to Sunderland.
Yesterday, Bournemouth and Stoke
clinched another season in the Premier
League. Burnley and Watford are all but
SWANSEA 1, EVERTON 0
The all-important goal by Fernando
Llorente ended up being a stroke of luck.
Jordan Ayew floated over a cross from
the right and Llorente leaped highest at the
far post, bundling the ball home with his
left shoulder. For one of the best headers
of the ball in the league, it was an ugly but
This win for Swansea built on its vic-
tory over Stoke and a draw at Manchester
United over the last two weeks.
HULL 0, SUNDERLAND 2
Hull coach Marco Silva's 41-match un-
beaten home record as a manager ended
at the worst possible time.
Billy Jones and Jermain Defoe scored
second-half goals for Sunderland, which
was relegatedlast weekend when Hull drew
at Southampton thanks to a last-minute
Silva had not lost a home league game
since 2014, a period taking in spells in
charge of Estoril, Sporting Lisbon, Olym-
piakos, and now four months at Hull.
The result also was a boost for Mid-
dlesbrough, which stayed alive ahead of
its trip to Chelsea on Monday.
MANCHESTER CITY 5,
CRYSTAL PALACE 0
Palace still might need one more win
after this crushing loss at City, which was
orchestrated by Man City playmakers Da-
vid Silva and Kevin De Bruyne.
Silva opened the scoring inside two
minutes and was untouchable as City's
conductor until he went off to a standing
ovation in the 67th, while De Bruyne also
scored and set up goals for center backs
Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi.
Raheem Sterling scored the other.
City climbed above Liverpool into third
place on goal difference, and opened up a
four-point gap to fifth-place Manchester
United, which plays at Arsenal on Sun-
day. Another season in the Champions
League is looking increasingly likely for
City with games left against Leicester
and West Bromwich Albion at home and
away to Watford.
BURNLEY 2, WEST BROM 2
Burnley effectively secured its survival
thanks to two second-half goals by Sam
His second came four minutes from time
at Turf Moor, leaving his team six points
clear of Hull but with a superior goal dif-
ference of 19.
BOURNEMOUTH 2, STOKE 2
Bournemouth can look forward to a
third season in the league with this draw,
clinched by a contentiously awarded
Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross unwit-
tingly deflected Josh King's effort into his
own net in the 81st minute, although King
appeared to be in an offside position.
It denied Stoke a first away win since
January, although the visitors did end their
10-hour goal drought on the road thanks
to an own goal by Lys Mousset that put
them 1-0 up.
LEICESTER 3, WATFORD 0
Leicester moved into the top half of the
standings with a seventh win in 10 games
since firing title-winning manager Claudio
Midfielders Wilfred Ndidi, Riyad
Mahrez, and Marc Albrighton scored the
goals for the soon-to-be-deposed cham-
pions, who were close to the relegation
zone when Ranieri departed and Craig
Shakespeare came in as his replacement.
Swansea City's Fernando Llorente, left, and Everton's Ashley Williams compete for the ball during the English
Premier League soccer match, Swansea City against Everton at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Wales,
yesterday. AP PHOTO
...as EPL relegation fight heats up
2. Tottenham Hotspur 35 77
3. Manchester City
5. Manchester United 34 65
8. West Bromwich Albion 35 45
9. Leicester City
10. AFC Bournemouth 36 42
11. West Ham United 36 42
13. Stoke City
16. Crystal Palace
17. Swansea City
18. Hull City
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