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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Invites applicants from the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
who wish to pursue a
MASTERS/DOCTORAL DEGREE in KOREA.
Applicants must be under the age of 40 and
should possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.
A successful candidate will pursue a
3 year Master’s or 4 year Doctoral Program with
1 year allocated for Korean Language learning.
Applications should be submitted to
the Embassy of the Republic of Korea by
March 16, 2018 via post mail or in-person.
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2018
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Consultations on the National Youth Policy being
hosted by the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs
begin this evening in Sangre Grande.
However, there is a change in venue as the meet-
ing will now be held at the Sangre Grande Civic
Centre located on Sukhram Street, Foster Road
from 6 to 8 pm rather than the North Eastern Re-
gional Multi-Purpose Sport Facility as previously
advertised. The Ministry is aiming for maximum
involvement from stakeholders therefore a series
of consultations will be held throughout T&T at
the same two-hour time period.
For more information on these consultations in-
terested person can contact the Ministry of Sport
at (868)-628-6792 Ext 5064 or 5051 or www.msya.
Naparima College won the opening
Under-14 match of the PowerGen Sec-
ondary Schools Cricket League yester-
day against crosstown rivals Presentation
College San Fernando at Lewis Street San
Presentation Under-16 team has de-
feated Naps on Monday, but the U-14
team took revenge with an easy win
under cloudy skies. Batting first, Pres-
entation found themselves in early
problems as pacer Liam Mamchan sent
back both openers with not many on the
Soon after off-spinner Romario King
took over and snared four wickets to
reduced Presentation to 52/6. The end
of their innings seemed close, but Alex
Singh lent bat to ball and hammered
a quick fire 35 before he fell to spinner
Kivan Maharaj. Presentation limped to
129 all out off 21.2 overs. King ended with
4/28, Mamchan 2/30 and Maharaj 2/18.
When Naparima responded openers
King and Jonathan Ramnarace posted a
half century stand to lead the way. Rain
made an appearance and soon after Pres
got back into the game through two wick-
ets by left armer Jacen Agard.
The players were back on about half
an hour after and when the rain came
again in late afternoon to wash out play,
Naps were handily placed at 115/3. King
made 43 and skipper Vishwesh Pattanaik
Premiership leaders Hillview College will
come up against Signal Hill Secondary
School today, as matches in the Power-
Gen Secondary Schools continue.
Hillview has 53 points after three
rounds of matches and will be looking to
extend its lead over cellar placed Signal
Hill, which has just four.
Second place Naparima College with
40 points will hosts Fatima College at
Lewis Street in San Fernando.
Fatima is in third spot on 37 points
and has a game in hand after the team’s
first round match against Signal Hill was
abandoned and awaiting adjudication.
In other matches second from bottom
St Benedict’s College will come up against
Carapichaima East, who are fourth on 22
points and Presentation College Chagua-
nas play Barrackpore West in Chaguanas.
Naparima College before their clash against Presentation College, Chaguanas, yesterday.
Naparima Boys’ College vs Fatima College (at
Signal Hill Secondary School vs Hillview College
St Benedict’s College vs Carapichaima East
Secondary (in La Romaine)
Presentation College vs Barrackpore West
Secondary (at Presentation)
Youth Policy meeting
in Sangre Grande tonight
Naps whip Pres in U-14 clash
St Benedict’s College
St Mary’s College
ASJA Boys San Fernando
Presentation San Fernando 3
ASJA Boys Charl’ville
Princes Town West
At Lewis Street: Presentation College 129
all out (21.2)(Alex Singh 35, Romario King
4/28, Liam Mamchan 2/30, Kivan Maharaj
2/18) vs Naparima College 115/3 (20.3)
(Mario King 43, Vishwesh Pattanaik 23, Jacen
Agard 2/20|) - Naps won rain affected match
under Duckworth/Lewis method.
Today: Sangre Grande Civic Centre
Thursday: Mayaro Civic Centre
February 28: South West Regional Indoor Sport Arena
March 1: Siparia Community Centre
March 6: Southern Regional Indoor Sport Arena, Pleasantville,
March 8: Central Regional Indoor Sport Arena, Chaguanas
March 13: National Racquet Centre, Tacarigua
March 15: Blanchisseuse Secondary School
T&T’s Marc-Anthony Honore and his Portugal
A-1 Men’s Division Volleyball champion club SL
Benfica got back to winning ways on the week-
end when they dispatched AAS Mamede 25-20,
25-12, 25-19 on Saturday.
Coming off a four-sets loss to Italy’s Ravenna
in the first-leg of their Confederation European
Volleyball (CEV) Challenge Cup quarter-final
on Wednesday last, the win improved Benfica,
three-time Portugal champions and current
title-holders to a 18-4 record for 57 points, four
adrift of table-toppers Sporting CP which has a
Honore’s SL Benfica
back to winning ways
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