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REQUEST FOR QUOTATION
Supply and Delivery of ICT equipment for the
Computerization of the Electrical
The Ministry of Public Utilities wishes to engage a firm to Supply
and Deliver ICT equipment for the Computerization of the Electrical
Interested Firms are hereby invited to submit a package
containing their quotation and other relevant information to
the Ministry of Public Utilities’ Head Office (# 1 Alexandra
Street, St. Clair) before 2:00 p.m., Friday 21st July, 2017.
Please visit our website at WWW.MPU.GOV.TT for the com-
plete Request for Quotation, including scope of work and
PLEASE NOTE -:
Interested firms must provide the company’s registration/business license
and V.A.T Clearance Certificate.
Quotations received after the deadline will not be considered for evaluation.
Quotations must be signed by an authorized representative of the firm.
Failure to provide quotations in accordance with the above specifications
will be rejected.
Vendors are required to treat all information and correspondence as
confidential in nature.
For additional information, please call 628-9500, ext. 2133 or 2140
NOTICE FOR SALE
1. One (1) Black Great Wall
Wingle5 4x2 Pick-Up bearing
Reg. no. TCY 855
Chattel item can be viewed at;
Stanley’s Car Sales
#34 Sieudass Street,
Bids must be addressed to:
Chattel Sales Committee
Agricultural Development Bank
#87 Henry Street,
BIDS CLOSE AT 3:00PM ON
MONDAY 17TH JULY 2017
W Connection whips Jabloteh for lead
W Connection returned to the top
of the 2017 T&T Pro League standings
with a 231 win over previous leaders
San Juan Jabloteh in the second match
of a double-header at the Ato Boldon
The start of the night for W Connection,
now with 12 points from five matches was
Neil Benjamin Jr who equalised in the sec-
ond-half with a brilliant solo goal before
he had a had in the two other goals, scored
by a Jabloteh shirt and substitute Jamal
This after Jabloteh had grabbed the lead
against the run of play from a converted
penalty by Josiah Trimmingham in the
Trimmingham converted powerfully
from the penalty spot in the 26th minute
for the San Juan Kings after referee Keilon
Bacchus ruled that W Connection defender
Gerard Williams had brought down Jamai-
can midfielder Keithy Simpson in the area.
Jabloteh forward Julio Noel then failed
to add to W Connection’s miseries and put
his side in a favourable lead five minutes
from the half when he fired overbar from
inside the box after brilliantly controlling
a Kion Joseph cross in mid-air ahead of
defender Maurice Ford.
Early in the second-half W Connection’s
Dimitri Apai curled an attempt onto the
Jabloteh crossbar from a pass by , Benjamin,
who then took matters into his own hands.
A lightening-paced winger, Benjamin
blew past Jabloteh’s evergreen utility
player Kennedy Hinkson in the area be-
fore chipping goalkeeper Javon Sample in
the 55th minute to level the scores at 1-1
as the San Juan Kings conceded their first
goal of the season.
Jabloteh, having to do without their star
player Nathan Lewis due to a sport hernia,
was no match for the attacking prowess of
W Connection and it was only a matter of
2017 T&T PRO LEAGUE RESULTS
Club Sando 4 (Keron Cornwall 21st, 87th, Jared
London 50th, Adan Noel 95th) vs Police FC 0
W Connection 3 (Neil Benjamin Jr. 55th, Josiah Trim-
mingham o.g 58th, Jamal Charles 90th’+4) vs San
Juan Jabloteh 1 (Josiah Trimmingham 26th pen.)
Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva:
Defence Force vs Pt Fortin Civic, 6pm
Morvant Caledonia United vs Central FC, 8pm
time for the Savonetta Boys to take the lead.
And Three minutes after levelling his side, Ben-
jamin found Alvin Jones inside the right of the area,
and the latter powerful ball across the six yard area
cannoned off the legs of Trimmingham and into the
back of the Jabloteh net.
Sample, who had risked injury to his arm in the first
half to keep out a powerful Jones’ free kick, couldn’t
avoid the end of Jabloteh’s four-game unbeaten spell.
The shot-stopper was hung out to dry by his de-
fence in the fourth and final minute of stoppage time
as dJamal Charles added a third item.
In the night’s first match, Club Sando won for a
second straight match, 4-0 over Police FC led by a
double from Keron Cornwall while Jarod London
and substitute Adan Noel also netted.
Yesterday, at the Arima Municipal Stadium Ari-
ma, North East Stars, with three wins from as many
games, took on MIC-IT St. Ann’s Rangers with a
chance to join W Connection at the top while on
Tuesday at Couva, Defence Force and Point Fortin
Civic will battle from 6pm, followed by Morvant
Caledonia United taking on three-time PL holders
Central FC from 8pm.
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