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By the Petrotrin Vestng Act 27 of 1993
assented to on the 14th December, 1993 now consolidated in Chapters 62:07
of the Revised Laws of Trinidad and Tobago
Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (Petrotrin)
Trinidad and Tobago Oil Company Limited (Trintoc)
Trinidad and Tobago Petroleum Company Limited (Trintopec)
are and have been vested with all the lands and hereditaments as described therein
of the said Vestng Act.
The Public is hereby notﬁed that NEITHER:
(2) Trintoc; nor
has given, any authority legal or otherwise to
MORVANT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED
or to any of its associates, employees and/or agents to :-
(a) collect rents;
(b) grant permits or otherwise conduct any business on behalf of Petrotrin, Trintoc or Trintopec;
(c) or enforce any rights of possession or ownership or occupaton in respect of any areas where
Petrotrin, Trintoc or Trintopec has freehold or leasehold ttle to land or any rights to operate
on lands, whether by way of (including but not limited to):
(ii) electrical lines;
(iv) rights of way;
(v) company housing;
(vi) company recreatonal compounds;
(vii) related facilites;
(ix) tank bateries;
(x) sites used for exploraton;
(xi) producton facilites;
(xii) wayleaves, or
(xiii) easements of any kind.
BY ORDER OF PETROTRIN, TRINTOC AND TRINTOPEC
Taylor, Matthews crack 50s but WI lose again
LEICESTER, England---Captain Sta-
fanie Taylor and opener Hayley Mat-
thews struck half-centuries but West
Indies Women lost for the third time
in their build-up to next week's ICC
Women's World Cup when they went
down by five wickets to India Women
in a warm-up match yesterday.
Opting to bat first at Leicester Grammar
School, West Indies Women could only
muster 174 for nine from their 50 overs
with Taylor and Matthews each getting
In reply, India Women reached their target
in the 43rd over courtesy of an unbeaten 77
from 20-year-old left-hander Smriti Man-
dhana while Mona Meshram got 40 not out.
Fast bowler Shamilia Connell impressed
with three for 42 while off-spinner Hayley
Matthews claimed two for 28.
The defeat follows on the heels of similar
results last week to a strong England XI and
a Southern Vipers side, leaving the Caribbe-
an side perhaps short of confidence ahead
of their first official ICC warm-up game
against Pakistan Women next Tuesday.
West Indies were handed a solid, if slug-
gish start, by Matthews and the uncapped
Felicia Walters who put on 70 from 134
The enterprising Matthews struck eight
fours in a 73-ball knock while Walters's
painstaking 20 required 79 balls and in-
cluded a single four.
Matthews's dismissal in the 23rd over
triggered a sharp decline for the Windies
as they lost three quick wickets for nine
runs in the space of 35 balls.
Taylor then attempted to prop up the in-
nings, adding 30 for the fourth wicket with
Deandra Dottin (6) and a further 35 for the
fifth wicket with Merissa Aguilleira (13).
Once the former skipper was run out in
the 42nd over, the Windies lost their last
five wickets for just 30 runs.
Taylor, who struck five fours and a six in
breezy 59-ball knock, was sixth out in the
Links battle Storm
for T20 glory today
The finals of the inaugural Nick's Sporting
Goods T20 tournament will take place this
evening when Links XI comes up against Se-
cret Storm at the Evergeen ground in Woodland,
Secret Storm earned the rights to play in the Pink
Ball finals, after they defeated Youngstarz in the Elim-
inator on Thursday night also in Woodland. Secret
Storm batted first and scored 180 for four in 20 overs
with Tariq Abdul hitting the topscore of 97 not out.
He was well supported by A Browne who counted 42.
the pick of the bowlers for Youngstarz was National
Under-17 captain Mbeki Joseph, who claimed 2/17.
Youngstarz then made a bold attempt at getting the
winning target but fell short at 150 for nine in their
20 overs. Joseph returned with the bat to spank 34,
while Avinash Mahabirsingh scored 21 and Lorenzo
Loubon 26. Shami Mahase bowled well and ended
with 3/23, while Abdul rounded off a wonderful game
by taking 2/22.
Tournament organiser Vishal Ramnarine said the
finals will get off at 6pm but a Sixes tournament will
be played from 4pm. "We are expecting another good
crowd for the finals and we hope to see another ex-
citing match. The standard of the cricket has been
good in this tournament and the teams have really
represented well. As organisers we see all teams as
winners and we wish all the players the very best."
Ramnarine said there is will be winner even if the
rain affects the contest because the officials will then
turn over to net run rate to determine a winner.
Tariq Abdul, left, and Vishnu Narine after getting
their Secret Storm to their healthy score 180/4.
Abdul scored the tournament best of 97 not out
against Youngstarz to lead his team home.
PHOTO: VINODE MAMCHAN
46th over to a catch at the wicket off seamer Jhulan
Connell then blew away India's top order to leave
them 37 for three in the 12th over but Mandhana
held the innings together superbly, facing 99 balls
and striking nine fours.
She anchored two crucial partnerships -- 43 for the
fourth with Harmanpreet Kaur who made 33 from
32 balls and 89 with Meshram in an unbroken sixth
wicket stand. (CMC)
Secret Storm 180 -4 ( 20 overs) (Tariq Abdool 97no,
A Brown 42, Mbeki Joseph 2-18, M Dindial 1-24) vs
Youngstarz 150-9 (20 overs)(Mbeki Joseph 34,Avi-
nash Mahabirsingh 21,Lorenzo Loubon-26
Bowling-Shami Mahase 3-23 (4 overs),Tariq Abdool
NICK'S SPORTS SCORES
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