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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
Claim No. CV 2017 - 00210
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY
ORDINANCE CHAPTER 27 NUMBER 11
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION OF CHATAGOON
SEEBRAN FOR AN ORDER VESTING IN HIM THE PAR-
CEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN THE
CERTIFICATE OF TITLE VOLUME 5503 FOLIO 221
TO: All persons having an interest in All that parcel of land sit-
uate at Syfoo Trace, Granville, in the Ward of Cedros, in
the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago that undivided three
TAKE NOTICE that on the 17th January, 2017 a Fixed Date
CHATAGOON SEEBRAN whose At-
torney-at-Law is ANNESSA DEVI KATWAROO of No. 51 Irving
Street, San Fernando in the Supreme Court, San Fernando, Trinidad
the Register Book ALL THAT undivided three quarter share of that
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that as part of an order made
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the matter do stand ad-
12th April, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. in Courtroom SF
16, Supreme Court, San Fernando.
apply to the High Court Registry.
TAKE NOTICE that IN DEFAULT
Liam Sheppard...rising tennis star
Liam Sheppard is one of the top
14-year-old junior tennis players
in T&T. He has been ranked the
No 1 player in both Under-12 and
U-14 and currently competes lo-
cally and internationally in both
the U-16 and U-18 age groups.
During the school term, Liam
spends most of his time train-
ing at the Public Courts Facility
in Nelson Mandela Park with
his coach, Yohansey Williams.
He also trains in Florida at the
FIU campus under coach Diego
Liam has represented T&T at
the U-12 and U-14 levels and has
recently returned from the Do-
minican Republic where he was
one of a three person team at the
U-16 Junior Davis Cup Pre-Qual-
ifying event for the Caribbean
North/Central America Region.
He was accompanied by team-
mates, Aidan Carter and Adam
Ramkissoon where they finished
Where did you grow up,
I have lived in Maraval for most
of my life. I attended St Andrew’s
Private School and am now a
Form three student at Fatima Col-
When and how did you get into
playing tennis and who has
I got into playing tennis at the
age of seven recreationally at
Country Club, Maraval under
the guidance of Jean Merry, Neal
Lingo, Kevin Clarke and Richard
Chung. At around the age of ten,
I started to take the game more
seriously when I started to com-
pete in tournaments. So far Rafael
Nadal has been my biggest influ-
ence for the game. I love how he
works ridiculously hard and fights
for every point.
What are some of your most
memorable performances so
far in your tennis career?
My most recent memorable
event occurred one month ago
when I secured my first doubles
win in the Anguilla U-18 ITF Tour-
nament and attained an U-18 ITF
World Junior Ranking. I am ex-
tremely happy about this as I am
the only 14-year-old from T&T to
have such a ranking.
Of your prizes and awards
so far, which do you rate
as extremely special?
Of all my accolades, prizes and
awards, I would rate obtaining a
COTECC (Confederacion de Tenis
de Centroamerica y el Caribe) re-
gional ranking of number seven in
the U-14 division the most special.
I had worked very hard to obtain
the ranking and I was awarded
with being selected to attend a
top eight regional training camp
hosted in Guatemala, led by for-
mer French Open doubles cham-
pion, Ivan Molina.
What tennis goals and or
ambitions do you still have?
One of my goals for the sport is
to obtain a top 200 ITF World Jun-
ior Ranking. I also have ambitions
to play and succeed on the Pro
Tour. My greatest challenge is try-
ing to find a balance between my
school work and training sched-
ule as maintaining top grades is
also a key priority for me.
What does it take to become a
really good tennis player?
It takes a lot of sacrifice and
hard work to become a top player.
You have to sacrifice a lot of time
in order to train and you must
work long and hard hours daily
to continue to play at a top level.
Describe yourself in 2 words
beginning with your initials?
L - lithe, S - sharp.
Kalifa Mc Collin, T&T’s
senior national women’s
team netball goalshoot,
was near perfect in help-
ing benecos Mavericks
brush aside Severn Stars
for a third straight win
when Round Two of
the 2018 Vitality Netball
Super League in England
took place on Saturday at
the University of Essex.
Mc Collin, in her first
season with the club
after making her debut
in the league with Celtic
Dragons last season, sank
14 of 16 attempts for Mav-
ericks who led 17-8, 34-20
and 52-34 at the end of
the first three quarters.
Mavericks, the former
club of another T&T star
shooter, Samantha Wal-
lace, now of Australia’s
New South Wales Swifts,
are now locked in a five-
way lead with Wasps
Lightning, Team Bath
and Manchester Thun-
der with maximum nine
points while Stars, Sur-
rey Storm, Team North-
umbria, Celtic Dragons
and UWI Sirens are all
Today, Mc Collin and
her clubmates will face
their toughest test of the
season when they battle
last years’ champions
Wasps from 2.30 pm (TT
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