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Wednesday, April 4, 2018
PROPERTY SITUATE AT
NOS. 28 & 29 VICTORIA SQUARE WEST,
SALE FOR THURSDAY 17th MAY, 2018
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that by the
order of Guardian Asset Management Limited of
1 Guardian Drive, Westmoorings pursuant to the
Order for Sale made by the Honourable Mr. Justice
Rahim on the 27th October, 2014 in CV2009-
04381 between Guardian Asset Management
Limited and David Des Lauriers and Leonora Des
Lauriers there will be put up for sale by Public
Auction by the undersigned at his Auction Mart
at No. 33 Seventh Street, Barataria between the
hours of 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
TO VIEW CALL: 226-2706
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN REFERRED TO:
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain piece
or parcel of land with the buildings thereon and
the appurtenances thereto belonging situate at
Victoria Square West in the City of Port-of-Spain
in the Island of Trinidad (formerly described
as forming part of Victoria Square Lots situate
at Ariapita in the Town of Port-of-Spain) now
known and assessed as Nos. 28 and 29 Victoria
Square West and abutting on the North upon No.
27 Victoria Square West on the South upon Duke
Street West on the East upon Victoria Square West
and on the West upon a Lane.
Dated this 5th
day of April, 2018
/s/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd
The property above-mentioned will be sold as is
where is subject to all outstanding rates, taxes and
assessments due thereon as at the time of sale.
Ronaldo scores stunner
TURIN, Italy — Cristiano Ronaldo scored
a stunning overhead kick for his sec-
ond goal of the night to help Real Ma-
drid beat 10-man Juventus 3-0 in the
first leg of their Champions League
Ronaldo’s first goal came in the
third minute and was helped by Juve’s
defensive lapses, but his second was
pure mastery and his overhead kick
had the entire stadium on their feet in
In the process, Ronaldo became the
first player in Champions League his-
tory to score in 10 successive matches.
The Portugal international also set
up Madrid’s third, for Marcelo, shortly
after Juventus forward Paulo Dybala
had been sent off following a second
The Italian side now has a near-im-
possible task to turn the quarterfinal
around against the two-time defend-
ing champions in the return leg on
Sevilla also lost at home in the
night’s other quarterfinal, as Bayern
Munich came from behind to win 2-1.
Jesus Navas’ own goal cancelled out
Pablo Sarabia’s opener and Thiago
Alcantara headed in the winner for
Bayern in the 68th minute.
In Turin, Juventus was out for re-
venge after losing the final 4-1 to Ma-
drid last year. But Ronaldo once again
came out on top.
The Portuguese forward has scored
in every Champions League match
this season and it took him less than
three minutes to continue that tra-
dition, thanks in part to a series of
uncharacteristic defensive mistakes
Defending champion Real Madrid
defeated Juventus 3-0 in Turin after
two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo —
including a stunning overhead kick to
make it 2-0 in the second half.
Sevilla, which eliminated Manches-
ter United in the round of 16, started
playing well and threatened the most
early at Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium. (AP)
MADRID — With doubts about Lionel
Messi’s fitness, Barcelona will host
Roma in the quarterfinals of the
Champions League today.
Messi is expected to play in the
first leg at Camp Nou, but he hasn’t
started in three consecutive matches
because of a leg muscle problem and
it remains uncertain if he can play at
full strength for 90 minutes.
Sergio Busquets, a key piece of Bar-
celona’s midfield, should be in the
lineup but is coming off a long layoff
because of a broken bone in his foot.
Also, playmaker Philippe Coutinho
is ineligible after playing for Liverpool
earlier in the competition.
Messi missed two Argentina friend-
lies during the international break
because of abductor muscle discom-
fort he felt in practice with the South
American squad. He was on the bench
for Saturday’s Spanish league match
against Sevilla, but entered in the sec-
ond half — with Barcelona behind 2-0
and scored an 89th-minute goal that
salvaged a 2-2 draw.
Messi didn’t start in Seville because
he still felt some pain related to the
abductor muscle. Barcelona coach Er-
nesto Valverde said at the time Messi
was “still bothered” by the problem,
“but it was already expected that he
would play a few minutes” against Se-
Messi has scored nine goals in his
last seven matches. (AP)
Man City set for
LIVERPOOL, England — It wouldn’t be a
big European night at Anfield if there
wasn’t a special welcome planned for
the visiting team.
Just ask John Terry.
“I walked out into that cauldron
and heard that singing and saw that
passion,” the former Chelsea captain
wrote in his autobiography about the
team’s trip to play Liverpool in the
2005 Champions League semifinals.
“The hairs on my arms were standing
Just ask Villarreal, too.
Two years ago, ahead of a Europa
League semifinal match, the Villar-
real team bus was greeted with flares,
missiles and smoke bombs as it made
its way through the narrow streets
Liverpool won on both occasions.
And while the players on the field
have a more important role, the
power of the fans should not be un-
Manchester City might find this out
on Wednesday for the first leg of its
Champions League semifinal against
Not long after the draw was made
for the richly anticipated all-English
last-eight encounter, a poster was dis-
tributed by some Liverpool fans on
Twitter, entitled: “Coach Greeting.”
Madrid beats Juventus 3-0
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, right, shakes hands with Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo after
the Champions League, round of 8, first-leg soccer match between Juventus and Real Madrid at the
Allianz stadium in Turin, Italy, yesterday. Real won 3-0.
Bayern’s Thiago celebrates after the Champions League quarterfinal first leg soccer
match between Sevilla FC and FC Bayern Munich at the Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in
Seville, Spain, yesterday.
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