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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, June 18, 2013
NOTICE OF MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 51st Annual General Meeting of the
Teachers Credit Union
Co-operative Society Limited , will be held at the Centre of Excellence,
Macoya Road, Macoya on Saturday 29h June, 2013 at 8:30 a.m. to
transact the following business:-
1. To receive and consider the accounts for the year ended March 31st, 2013.
2. To receive the reports of the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
Committees for the period April 1st 2012 to March 31st 2013.
3. To approve the dividend to be paid to members for the year ended March
4. To elect members to the Board of Directors, Credit and Supervisory
5. To approve resolutions and to select an Auditor for the year ending March
6. To transact any other business which may be properly transacted at an
Annual General Meeting.
1. Registration closes at 10:30 a.m.
2. Only members in good standing are allowed.
3. No children are allowed.
4. A VALID FORM OF ID IS REQUIRED.
(Driver's Permit, National ID, Passport).
By Order of:
the Board of Directors
EULYN DOVE -- Secretary
Keima Gardiner scored a goal
in each half to lead Paragon to a
3-1 victory over Malvern and with
it the T&T Hockey Board
Women s Championship Division
Big-Four title at the National
Hockey Centre, Tacarigua, on
Paragon went into its final match
with maximum six points, the
same as Notre Dame who edged
Harvard Maritime Checkers 1-0
in the earlier match and only need-
ed to avoid an outright loss to claim
Club captain Kristin Thompson
scored as early as the fifth minute
as Paragon showed they were not
about to relax and play for the
draw while Gardiner got her first
in the 20th minute for a 2-0 cush-
ion at the interval and 35 minutes
away from the title.
National defender Teresa Leza-
ma scored for the third straight
match to pull the Malvernites back
into the contest in the 47th minute,
but with five minutes left in the
match, Gardiner fired in her second
to seal a 3-1 victory---her team s
third win from as many match-
es---to snatch the Big-Four crown.
Earlier in the day, defending
league champion Notre Dame got
a 28th minute goal from national
forward Blair Wynne to end in sec-
ond spot with six points while
Checkers were third with three
and Malvern, bottom of the table
without a point.
Defence Force men
take third spot
Three different players were on
target as Defence Force came from
behind to beat Queen s Park 3-1
and secure third spot in the Men s
Championship Division Big-Four
competition which also ended on
The Parkites, beaten in their first
two matches by Paragon and
Petrotrin (first on penalty-flicks
4-2 after a 1-1 draw and then 2-
1), took a ninth-minute lead
through Nicholas Camacho which
they held until Brian Burrows
equalised for Defence Force in the
30th for a 1-1 score at the break.
Shane Legerton put the "Teteron
men" ahead for the first time in
the 45th and Mac Allister Estrada
added a third in the 54th from
which the Parkites never recov-
The win improved Defence Force
to five points, one behind Petrotrin
However, Petrotrin was declared
men s champion despite losing 2-
0 to Paragon in their final match.
The result meant, both Paragon
and Petrotrin ended with six points
and goal difference of plus-two,
but due to Petrotrin s two outright
wins, compared to one by Paragon,
the Oilmen were declared cham-
Paragon women's team hockey players are all smiles after whipping Malvern 3-1 on Sunday for their third win
from as many matches and with it the T&T Hockey Board Women's Championship Division "Big-Four" crown
at the National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS.
Gardiner sews up Big
Four crown for Paragon
Teams. . . . . . . .PW.LP/WinP/Loss.F. .APts
HMCheckers.3. .1.2. . . . .0. . . .0. .5. .5. . .3
Teams. . . . . . . .PW.LP/WinP/Loss.F. .APts
DefenceForce3. .1. .1. . . . . .1. . . .0. .8. .9. .5
PenWin (penalty-flicks win) = 2 pts
PenLoss (penalty-flicks loss) = 1 pt
Notre Dame 1 (Blair Wynne 28th) vs HM Checkers 0
Paragon 3 (Keima Gardiner 20th, 65th, Kristin Thompson 5th) vs Malvern
1 (Teresa Lezama 47th)
Paragon 2 (Barry Clarke 8th, own goal 16th) vs Petrotrin 0
Defence Force 3 (Brian Burrows 30th, Shane Legerton 45th, Mac Allister
Estrada 54th) vs QPCC 1 (Nicholas Camacho 9th)
Men's Division Most Valuable Player: Akim Toussaint (Paragon)
Women's Division Most Valuable Player: Kristin Thompson (Paragon)
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