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INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN
E-TECK PARK, ARIMA
Location: Lot No.15B O’ Meara Industrial Estate,
Arima – 232,861 sq ft
The property is conveniently located on the eastern side of O’Meara Road, O’Meara
Industrial Estate, Arima.
Property can be accessed via David Blake Street as well as O’Meara Road.
Two warehouse type buildings are located on the property as follows:
Western building of concrete and steel structure: approximately 69,660 sq ft, 2 floors,
open plan – manufacturing, simple multiple offices, male and female toilets.
Eastern building: approximately 29,520 sq ft, open plan storage space.
Other ancilliary buildings – open-sided loading bay.
The property is currently held on a long Leasehold Term of 99 years from 1st September
1987. Remaining term of 69 years at a yearly rent of $1.00 per annum.
Use of property under the current lease is printing and packaging, however eTeck will
consider a change of use once intended usage falls within an acceptable use for the
Industrial Park i.e . manufacturing and light industrial services.
Interested parties will be invited to a bid process.
Conditions of Sale:
Property will be sold on an “as is where is” basis.
Approved purchaser will be required to pay 10% deposit within 7 days of approval of offer
with the balance to be paid within 90 days.
The Joint Receivers do not bind themselves to accept
the highest offer or any offer made.
For more information and to arrange a site visit please contact:
Wanda Alexander at 822-6191 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keesha Sahadeo at 731-6004 or e-mail at email@example.com
Maria Daniel at 689-6015 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lewis an ideal choice
for Windies manager
ST GEORGE’S—Grenada’s Prime
Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has
hailed the appointment of Rawl
Lewis as the new manager of the
West Indies senior team following
a Guardian Media Sports report
While Cricket West Indies is yet
to make a formal announcement,
several media reports have said
that Grenadian Lewis, a former
West Indies and Windward Is-
lands leg-spinner, has been ap-
pointed in the position for the ICC
World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe
He replaces legendary former
West Indies fast bowler, Joel Gar-
ner, who took up the position
back in 2016.
“We are pleased with this ap-
pointment and on behalf of the
government and people of Gre-
nada, we express hearty congrat-
ulations to Lewis,” Mitchell said in
“Lewis has been a symbol of
discipline and a hard worker
and motivator and we believe he
would be a major source of much
needed motivation for a battered
side which lost the Test series in
New Zealand 2-0, the ODI series
3-0 and the T-20 series 2-0.”
The 43-year-old joined Cricket
West Indies eight years ago as a
project officer in the operations
department, tasked with helping
to manage the board’s plethora of
In 2016, he was named as team
operations manager of the Win-
dies squad for their successful
Twenty20 World Cup campaign.
He has also helped to coordi-
nate the regional umpires ex-
change programme along with
also playing a key role in the
preparation of programmes for
the West Indies Under-19s.
Mitchell, a keen cricket enthu-
siast, said Lewis’s competencies
made him ideal for the new role.
“All Grenada must be proud of
this son of the soil who brings a
wealth of playing and adminis-
trative experience to the regional
set-up,” said the Caribbean leader.
During his international career,
Lewis played five Tests and 28
One Day Internationals. (CMC)
Top of the table clash in SSCL today
Hillview College will meet Naparima
College in a top of the table clash
today as matches in the 2018 Pow-
erGen Secondary Schools Cricket
The two teams that are showing
early form will clash at Lewis Street,
San Fernando, as they look to stay
on top of the eight-team champion-
ship division. Hillview, the defending
champion is out front on 37 points
after its two games and will receive
its toughest challenge to date, when it
square-off against Naparima College.
The boys from Paradise Pasture have
so far garnered 35 points from their
Third place Carapichaima East on
21 points will come up against neigh-
bours Presentation College Chagua-
nas. The Caps boys will begin as
favourites as they have shown good
fight this season, while Pres are yet to
win a match with only five points in
their account. Fatima College under
the hand of Miguel Paty will be look-
ing to get the better of Barrackpore
West in what should be a keen mid
table encounter in Mucurapo. The
struggling St Benedicts College will
face last place Signal who are yet to
open their account.
There will also be action in the
North and South Championship. In
the North impressive leaders Manza-
nilla will come up against St Mary’s
College at Serpentine Road. Manza-
nilla has collected 40 points from two
matches, while St Mary’s are third on
31 points. In the South Championship,
ASJA San Fernando currently out front
on 38 points, will play Presentation
College San Fernando who has so far
secured 22 points.
Carapichaima under the guidance of coach Glenn Dwarika, right, will be looking to
get the better of Presentation Chagauanas in the Central Derby.
PICTURE VINODE MAMCHAN
Barataria South 2
ASJA Char’ville 2
• Naparima Boys’ College vs
Hillview College Naparima
• Fatima College vs Barrackpore
West Secondary School
• Fatima Carapichaima East
Secondary vs Presentation
• St Benedict’s College vs Signal
Hill Secondary School La Romaine
• Toco Secondary School vs El
Dorado East Secondary Toco
• Vishnu Boys’ Hindu college vs
Barataria South Secondary Vishnu
• Queen’s Royal College School vs
Trinity College East QRC
• St Mary’s College vs Manzanilla
High School St Mary’s
• St Stephens College vs
Presentation College S/F’do St
• ASJA Boys’ College S/F’do vs
ASJA Boys’ Char’ville ASJA S/Do
• H indu College vs Cowen
Hamilton Secondary Shiva
• Couva East Secondary School vs
Princes Town West Secondary.
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