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SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
Tenders are invited for (32) Projects under the Drainage and Irrigation Programme on behalf of the
San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation, Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government.
Tenderers are advised that a Pre-tender meeting will be held at the Jeffrey Reyes Building, of the
San Juan Market, located at 2nd Street, San Juan on Wednesday 12th July, 2017 at 9:30am and
Thursday 13th July, 2017 at 9:30am followed by mandatory site visits so as to ascertain the nature
of the projects.
Tender documents can be acquired from the Tenders Department on Friday 14th July 2017 at
10:00am located at the Ground Floor, of the MTS Plaza, Aranguez Main Road, San Juan upon
payment of a non-refundable fee of $100.00 per project. A copy of the receipt must be submitted
with the tender.
Any supplementary information can be obtained from Mr. Andy Alleyne, Engineer and Survey
Tenders must be accompanied by the following mandatory documents:
i) Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland
Revenue dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the tender.
MUST be submitted with your Tender
Envelopes must be addressed to "
Corporation" and be deposited in the
located in the Lobby of the Tenders
Department, San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation, M.T.S. Plaza NOT later than THURSDAY
27TH JULY AT 10:00AM. Tenders will be publicly opened shortly thereafter.
The tenderer or his authorized representative may be present at the opening.
Late tenders will NOT be considered under any circumstances.
The Corporation does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender and also reserves the
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28TH JULY 2017
Merryboys share Tobago title
Merryboys Cricket Club
was forced to share the in-
augural Tobago Cricket As-
sociation (TCA) Franchise
title, after rain washed
out the final against YM-
L&THR United at Shaw
Park, Tobago on July 1.
The two teams ended up
sharing the first prize of
$40,000 that was on offer.
Merryboys were favourites
to win the title, after win-
ning their two matches in
the tournament leading up to
the finals. They defeated First
Citizens Clarke Road United
and YML&THR in the prelims.
Having topped the standings,
they were drawn to meet sec-
ond place YML&THR. How-
ever constant rain bowled out
the finals and bringing the
tournament to a watery end.
The tournament which cre-
ated great interest in the Sis-
ter Isle was sponsored by the
Office of the Prime Minister.
Tobago East MP, Ayanna Web-
ster-Roy speaking about the
event said: "Through initia-
tives like these, we are hoping
to reach as many Tobagonians
as possible so that they can
understand that the Office
of the Prime Minister is here
as an agency working for the
development of all of Tobago.
President of Merryboys
cricket club Patrick Ramper-
sad said he was happy that his
team reached the finals. "The
boys did well and Merryboys
ended a very good season with
this performance in Tobago.
I did not make the run across
for the tournament but the
guys under manager Sebast-
ien Edwards the boys did well.
We would have liked to take
away the title alone but rain
came and we had no control
of that. Having said that we
enjoyed a very good season,
winning the domestic T20 ti-
tle and coming second in the
Premiership and the 50 overs
Cupid tops PALIG
Former national chess champion, FIDE Master
(FM) Kevin Cupid, continued his good form this
year by winning the Pan American Life Insurance
(PALIG) National Open Chess Championship. He
dethroned last year's winner (FM) Ryan Harper.
The seven round tournament concluded last week-
end at the Pan American Life Insurance Plaza, Port
of Spain. Cupid won the international tournament
with a total of 6.5 points from Candidate Master (CM)
Esan Wiltshire in second place on 5.5 points. They
were closely followed by Harper, (FM) Mario Merritt,
Colin Knight all on 5.0 points. Not too far behind
on 4.5 points were (CM) Ravishen Singh, (CM) Dev
Soondarsingh and Leonard Duncan.
In the two Open Blitz championship, Cupid won
both with Singh second and Soondarsingh third. Aditi
Soondarsingh topped the Women's category with 3.5
points followed by (WCM) Shemilah James, Marliyah
Phillips-Mason and Akesha Jones all on 3.0 points.
Ten year old Brad Munroe-Brown, showed his
potential among the senior players by gaining 3.5
points to claim the top spot among the juniors from
Kriston Mason and Juninho La Fleur, both ending
on 3.0 points.
And in the keenly contested Primary Schools In-
dividual Championship, which featured the best 25
primary school players, Munroe-Brown again showed
his class to amass a full 7.0 points for the victory and
also stopped two time champion (CM) Rayden Ramp-
ersad, who eventually finished a point behind on 6.0
points. He was followed by Marliyah Phillips-Mason
and Juninho La Fleur on 5.0 points each.
The PALIG annual chess series is organized by Pal-
adins Chess Club. Bhisham Soondarsingh was the
Tournament Director and Chief Arbiter. Paladins will
celebrate its 50th anniversary next year.
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