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The National Infrastructure Development Company Limited (NIDCO) in partnership with the Ministry of
Works and Infrastructure, wishes to advise motorists that a new Roundabout and Road Lanes will be
constructed at the Intersection on the Uriah Butler Highway- North Carriageway, in the vicinity of the
Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business and the T&TEC Administrative Office Building. Work on the
roundabout will begin on Friday 17th May, 2013 and represents part of the works carried out on the
Motorists should note that the traffic lights at the intersection would not be in operation and are kindly
asked to take notice of the following when approaching the area of road works:
Please reduce speed significantly
Please proceed with extreme caution and observe all directional signs and barriers in the work area
Please obey the instructions of the Police Officers on site to ensure traffic flows in an orderly manner
All precautions are being taken by NIDCO and its contractors to ensure that proper Health, Safety and
Environmental Standards are maintained.
We thank you for your cooperation and regret any inconvenience caused.
The Corporate Communications Department
National Infrastructure Development Company Limited
# 3 Melbourne Street
Port of Spain
Lok Jack GSB
All Traffic to use
South Bound Traffic
To Mt. Hope
Defending national champions Whim Anglican
has been crowned Tobago s Zonal Champion in
the boys category of the Atlantic 2013 National
Primary Schools Cricket championship.
The Whim Boys dominated this season sweeping
all before them and now they move on to the Inter-
school stage, where they will meet the other Zonal
champions from Trinidad.
Tobago s Girls Zonal champion this year is Mason
Hall Government who has won the Zonal title for
the past four years.
Meanwhile in the St Patrick s Division in
Trinidad, the zonal finals takes place today when
San Francique Presbyterian comes up against Penal
Government at Bakal ground in Penal from 9 am.
In the semis, Penal Government got past Dyanand
Memorial, while San Francique Presbyterian got
the better of Tulsa Trace by eight wickets. Playing
at Evergreen ground Tulsa Trace was bowled out
for 46 with Calvin Loubon taking five wickets for
just three runs. Lorenzo Loubon then scored 13
not out, as San Francique raced to 48 for two off
6.3 overs to book their place in the finals.
In the South Eastern District, the action con-
tinues on Friday as schools did not want to par-
ticipate prior to the SEA examinations and only
one match has since been played.
That match took place between St Mary s Gov-
ernment and New Grant Government, with the
former taking a comprehensive 51-run win. Batting
first St Mary s Government got 107 for five in 15
overs and then restricted New Grant Government
to 56 all out in 15 overs.
Action in the St George East District got under-
way yesterday and Bamboo Settlement Government
completely dominated their clash against St Augus-
tine South Government. Playing at Bamboo Recre-
ation ground, Bamboo Government tallied an
impressive 126 for two off 20 overs with Azarion
Samuel getting 23, Alexander Kassiram 37 not out
and Sayaad Mirza 17 not out. St Augustine was
then bowled out for an unbelievable 19 runs as
Christopher Kalicharan grabbed four wickets for
Today will see action in the North Eastern District
as they too had to wait until the SEA examinations
were over to start their play.
Members of Bamboo
school after their
yesterday. From left
front row Christopher
Sookdeo, Shawn Paul,
Back row from left
Varun Jagroop, Rajiv
Mirza and captain
St Patrick District -
At Evergreen Recreation Ground: Tulsa
Trace Hindu 46 all out(Calvin Loubon 5
wickets for 3 runs) vs San Francique
Presbyterian 48/2 in 6.2 overs (Lorenzo
Loubon 13 not out)--San Francique
Presbyterian School won by 8 wickets.
South Eastern District -
St Mary's Gov't 107/5 (15) vs New Grant
Gov't 56 all out--St Mary's Gov't won
by 51 runs.
St George East District -
At Bamboo Rec: Bamboo Sett Gov't
126/2 (20)(Azarion Samuel 23, Alex
Kassiram 37no, Sayaad Mirza 17no) vs
St. Augustine South Gov't 19 all out
(Christopher Kalicharan 4/7, Sayaad
Mirza 2/3, Andrew Ramberran 2/2) -
Bamboo won by 107 runs.
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