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CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 10th April, 2018 TIME: 1:30 P.M.
Vegetation Management on
Transmission and Sub-Transmission
Overhead Lines that traverse
Forested-Flat terrain in the South East
Ring for a period of two (2) Years
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CLOSING DATE: Thursday 29th March, 2018 TIME: 11:45 A.M.
Procure Security Services for the
collection and deposit of monies,
packing and delivery of cash payroll,
overnight vaulting of cash collected
and procurement of change from
banks for a three (3) year period 2018
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online. Tenderers are required to pay for these documents at
the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission, Supplies
Department, LP#846, Southern Main Road, King Village,
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AND 1:00 P.M. TO 3:00 P.M. MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS EXCEPT
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information (Email Address, Telephone Number, Mailing Address)
when purchasing Tender Documents.
Tenders are invited for the following items:
Please be advised that Pre-Bid Meetings are scheduled for the following:
Tender No. 18028 on Thursday 15th March, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. Tenderers are
asked to assemble at Conference Room, Transmission Division, HCU Convention
Centre, Solomon Hochoy Highway, Freeport. Tenderers are reminded that no
short pants or sleeveless tops should be worn. For further information please
contact Mr. Sean Giles/ Mr. Kevin Ramsook/ Mr.Kenson Nero at Tel. No. (868)
665-9604 ext 8148.
Tender No. 18032 on Friday 16th March, 2018 at 10:00 A.M. Tenderers are
asked to assemble at HR Training Room, CEB Building, Park & Frederick Street,
Port of Spain. Tenderers are reminded that no short pants or sleeveless tops
should be worn. For further information please contact Ms. Avelline Felician at
Tel. No. (868) 623-2611 ext 2401.
One-lap March 14
It’s that time again for the start of the Caribbean
Financial Institution (CariFin) Games. The excite-
ment is building rapidly as all the participating fi-
nancial institutions eagerly await the Torch Relay
The Torch Relay, which signals the start of the
highly anticipated Games, kicks off its 27th anni-
versary in Trinidad. It commenced on Saturday at
the Central Bank of T&T, where each institution
took the torch through a mapped route within the
Port-of-Spain area symbolising the commitment
and team work that surrounds the Games.
The participating institutions include Central
Bank of T&T, Republic Bank Limited, First Citi-
zens, Royal Bank of Canada, JMMB Group, ANSA
Financial Services, Unit Trust Corporation, Sagi-
cor Life Inc and Guardian Group.
The Games, which was founded in 1991, is
dedicated to the promotion of an individual’s re-
sponsibility for their own health and fitness by
encouraging a more active lifestyle. This sense of
personal responsibility is not offered in isolation;
there is also the opportunity for friendly rivalry
and competition, networking and camaraderie, as
represented in our slogan: “Fun, Fitness & Friend-
March 14: One Lap Savannah, Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-
Spain, 5 pm.
March 21: Green Mile, Sand Track, Queen’s Park Savannah, 5 pm
March 28: Chancellor Challenge, Chancellor Hill, 5 pm. Chancellor
April 4: Aerobics Burn Out, Eric Williams Plaza, 5 pm
April 14: Cricket/Football, (To be advised), 10 am
April 21: All Fours Competition, (To be advised), 10 am
May 20: CariFin Fun Day, Sevilla Golf Course, Couva, 10 am
Off-spinner Avalon Changoor
grabbed a hat-trick of wickets
in the second National Under-
15 trial match at the National
Cricket centre in Couva yes-
terday. The performance
strengthened his claim for se-
lection on the national team
that will represent T&T at the
Cricket West Indies (CWI) Re-
gional Under-15 Tournament
in Jamaica later this year.
The South off-spinner was
given only one over and
showed his class and he made
the best of it by grabbing
three wickets as Team A de-
feated Team B by 127 runs.
Team A batting first made
182/8 off its 50 overs. Top
scoring was Aiden Samaroo
with 44. Jacen Agard who
opened the batting looked
good in compiling 27, while
Daniel Fletcher made 26. The
pick of the bowlers for was Ri-
cardo Chase with 3/31.
In reply, Team B struggled
and lost wickets at regular
intervals. In the end it was
Changoor with three wick-
ets for one run that starred
to lead his team to a massive
The national selectors will
know meet to choose the
final team after the two
Team A 182/8 (Aiden
Samaroo 48, Jacen Agard
27, Daniel Fletcher 26,
Ricardo Chase 3/31) vs
Team B 55 all out (Avalon
Changoor 3/1) - Team A
won by 127 runs.
Archer in IPL
LONDON—Doubt hovered over Barbadian speed-
ster Jofra Archer’s availability for the lucrative In-
dian Premier League after he was ruled out of the
Pakistan Super League with a side strain.
The 22-year-old had
been scheduled to play
four games for Quetta
Gladiators but managed
just two before being
struck down with injury.
Archer’s exit with a
message on their
tion Jofra Archer waves
goodbye. Sad he could
only play two out of
four matches due
to side strain. See
you soon JOF!!!
In his two out-
ings last month, Archer
had already made his mark, claiming two for 30
in his first match against Karachi Kings and three
for 12 in his second against Lahore Qalanders.
Only last month, Archer was a million-dollar
buy for Rajasthan Royals, and is expected to be a
key member of their attack in the glitzy April 4 to
May 31 Twenty20 league.
Though having limited experience and with no
international cricket to his name, Archer has risen
quickly to become one of the most sought-after
bowlers on the T20 circuit.
He had a standout first class campaign for Eng-
lish county Sussex last season and also starred
for Hobart Hurricanes in the Australia Big Bash
Jofra Archer...in action
three wickets for
T&T 4TH IN
RELAY MEN SET
NEW INDOOR RECORD
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