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Thursday, March 1, 2018
Teachers Credit Union (TCU) announces the death of Sharon Gordon-George, a Credit Committee member
and Manager, on the 26th February, 2018. Sharon joined the Credit Union in 1984 and served in various
capacities with distinction. She served the Credit Committee initially as an Alternate, then a full member, and
finally as Committee Secretary.
After representing the Credit Union at various conferences and workshops, including CCCU, FIU and
CaribDE, she was enlisted as a Head Office Manager, in which capacity she functioned until Monday 26th
February,2018. Sharon Gordon-George retired as Principal of Diamond Vale Government Primary School in 2014.
Sharon will forever remain in our hearts. Our deepest condolences go out to her family especially her
husband, Gilbert, a member of TCU; her children and grandchildren, during this most difficult time.
IN MEMORY OF
SUNRISE :13/11/1954 SUNSET: 26/02/2018
AS A MARK OF RESPECT, ALL TCU OFFICES (PORT OF SPAIN, SAN-FERNANDO,
SANGRE-GRANDE AND TOBAGO) WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAY 2ND MARCH, 2018.
Management apologizes for any inconvenience caused.
Teachers Credit Union.
The funeral of the late Sharon Gordon-George will take place at 10am on Friday 2nd March, 2018
at St. Michael & All Angels Anglican Church, Wendy Fitzwilliam Boulevard, Diamond Vale,
Diego Martin, and thence to the Anglican Cemetery, Diego Martin.
Shuntelle Morris shot with 81 per cent accu-
racy to help the University of the West Indies
(UWI) school Jabloteh, beating them 52-13 in
the Courts All Sectors Netball League at the
Centre of Excellence in Macoya on Tuesday.
The goal-attack connected 38 goal from 47
tries in the opening match of a double-header
in the Alternative Division. In the other match,
Fire burned Defence Force 40-22.
Morris opened with goal-shooter Sharon
Hackett in the circle and they had their ahead
from the first pass, leading 11-5 at the end of
the first quarter and then 22-9 at half-time.
Later, Kadeemah Herbert replaced Hackett
and she was good for seven from nine as UWI
led 39-10 in the third to easily win the lopsided
In the second match-up, Chelsea Delecia pro-
duced 24 off 41 to see the fire women past the
army/coast guard combination team, leading
at the end of each period, 14-8, 21-10 and 27-15
before sealing the 18-goal win.
On Monday, veteran Donna Charles was ac-
curate in shooting as well, 82 per cent, to keep
Police on course to reclaim the league title,
winning its opening match in the second round
of the Retro Division.
Charles netted 28 goals from 34 attempts to
help the police officers beat Les Enfants, 35-19.
Her goal-attack Beverly Hernandez was quite
accurate herself, connecting seven off nine
Les Enfants started off well as their opening
shooters Joanne Payne and Cindy Merrick kept
their team competitive, trailing by just three
(10-7) in the first period.
In the second period though there was a
drop offensively as they were held to just three
goals compared to Police’s ten, going at the
half with a 10-goal deficit (20-10).
To start the second half, Merrick, who scored
two in three, was replaced in the goal-attack
position by Michelle Hutchins.
She lifted Les Enfants as they tried to recover
but Police would not have it, remaining ahead
at the end of third stanza, 28-15 before pulling
off the 16-goal victory. Hutchins ended with a
second best eight in 14 for the losing side.
In the opening match, TSTT pounced on
Harlem early and never let up to come away
with a 34-15 win.
Police was set to meet Bermudez in the Chal-
lenge, a knock-out competition for teams in
the Championship Division, but the Bermudez
Therefore the grey and blue moves on to the
final to meet the winner of the other semifinal
between Fire and the Unit Trust Corporation
(UTC), which will be played on Monday at the
Today’s (Thursday) matches in the Alterna-
tive Division have been shifted to the Maloney
Indoor Sports Arena, with Defence Force meet-
ing MIC Tigers at 5.30 pm and Fire tackles
Jabloteh from 6.45 pm.
Tuesday —Alternative Div
UWI 52 (Sharon Hackett 7/14, Shuntelle Morris 38/47, Kadeemah
Herbert 7/9) vs Jabloteh 13 (Shian Beharry 9/17, Shantal Francis
4/11, Correne Torres 0/4). Quarter scores: 1st. 11-5 (UWI), 2nd. 22-9
(UWI), 3rd. 39-10 (UWI).
Defence Force 22 (Nikeisha Peters Williams 17/29, Vanessa Brown
5/9, Shermika Thomas 0/0) vs Fire 40 (Chelsea Delecia 24/41,
Shania Williams 14/27, Kelly Ann Alexander 2/4). Quarter scores:
1st. 14-8 (Fire), 2nd. 21-10 (Fire), 3rd. 27-15 (Fire).
Monday —Retro Div
Harlem 15 (Denise Rose 13/31, Mona Thomas 0/1, Antoinette
Jackson 2/4) vs TSTT 34 (Debra Alie 22/43, Camille Aubin 12/17).
Quarter scores: 1st. 13-0 (TSTT); 2nd 21-6 (TSTT), 27-11 (TSTT).
Les Enfant 19 (Joanne Payne 9/19, Cindy Merrick 2/3, Michelle
Hutchins 8/14) vs Police 35 (Donna Charles 28/34, Beverly
Hernandez 7/9). Quarter scores: 1st. 10-7 (Police); 2nd 20-10
(Police), 28-15 (Police).
Donna Charles scored 28 from 34 for Police.
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