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1. 0.8587ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #268 La Gloria Estate,
TABLELAND (Access available and amenities are available 1600m away)
2. 0.8509ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #320 La Gloria Estate,
George Village, TABLELAND (Access available and amenities are available
3. 0.8135ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #217 South Section B,
Edinburgh 500, CHAGUANAS (Access is available but amenities are not available)
4. 0.7360ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #37 Cedar Hill Estate,
PRINCES TOWN (Access is available but amenities are not available)
5. 65A 2R 29P Freehold Land comprising of three (3) contiguous parcels and
one parcel located on both sides of Gajadhar Road at _ mile Gajadhar
Road, Off Cunapo Southern Main Road, Coalmine, SANGRE GRANDE
(Access available and amenities are available 300m away)
o Forms are available at ADB Head Office ONLY.
o Sealed offers are to be deposited in Tenders Boxes located at:
The Bank's Head Office and addressed to:
Tenders Committee - Mortgagee Sales
Agricultural Development Bank
#87 Henry Street
Port of Spain
o Properties will be sold subject to all outstanding rates and taxes,
o Subsisting contracts, tenancies or encroachment however formed and
any other outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale.
o The properties are being sold "as is" without any responsibility of the
Vendor to provide statutory approval, surveying data or warranty on its
suitability for use for any particular purpose.
o The Bank does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
o Unsuccessful bidders will not be acknowledged.
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN TO
ENSURE THAT THEY ARE DULY CONSIDERED.
Further information can be obtained at the following locations:
#87 Henry Street, Port-of- Spain.
#29 Ramsaran Street, Chaguanas
#7 Cipero Street, San Fernando
Corner Young & Robinson Street
L.P #917 Eastern Main Road,
National bodybuilding heavy-
weight champion Richard Noel
will be seeking to defend his title
today in the Sportworld Classic
competition at Centre of Excel-
lence from 6.30 pm.
Other T&T body builders com-
peting at the event include Ronald
Brooks, Todd Martin, Demetre
Thomas and Kelton Thomas. More
than 50 participants, including a
Barbadian team will compete in
categories that comprises Novice,
Masters, Lightweight, Mid-
dleweight, Light-Heavy Weight,
Heavyweight and Women s Figure
Jamaican-born American Shawn
Rhoden and American Cedric
McMillan will also make guest
appearances at the show.
The winner in the Men s overall
heavyweight category will walk
away with $12,000, while the
Women s overall heavyweight
champion will win $5,000.
The organisers believe this year s
event will be the biggest, with lots
of displays and giveaways.
Tickets are available today for
$180 at all leading Francis Fashion
Shoe Locker outlets, Bio Fitness
(West Mall) and Body Glow (Long
Circular Mall) or attendees can pay
$200 at the door. For any further
information contact 309-7884.
BRIDGETOWN---Tickets for the
inaugural Caribbean Premier
League (CPL) were scheduled to
go on sale in Barbados yesterday
allowing cricket fans here the
chance to secure their seats for
the much heralded event.
Officials say tickets have been
reasonably priced, with adults pay-
ing BDS$20 and children 12 and
under paying BDS$10.
Some of the finest local, regional
and international stars will show-
case their skills in the region for
the July 30 to August 24 tourna-
"The Limacol Caribbean Pre-
mier League represents a water-
shed moment in regional cricket,"
said ticket co-ordinator, Char-
"And as a result, we are antic-
ipating that Barbadian fans will
flock to all ticket outlets, as they
prepare to throw their support
behind the Barbados Tridents."
There is a limit of ten tickets per
person and tickets will only be
available for Barbados matches.
The Barbados leg will feature the
glitzy opening ceremony on July
30 at Kensington Oval starting at
5 pm, followed by the curtain-rais-
ing game at 8 pm between Barbados
Tridents and St Lucia Zouks.
On August 1, the Tridents face
Antigua Hawksbills before taking
on T&T Red Steel on August 3.
Both matches also start at 8 pm.
Well known Indian cricket
commentator Ravi Chaturvedi
says that changing sociological
climate has had a major impact
in the fortunes of West Indies
The highly respected Chaturvedi
was speaking on the Sporting Sun-
rise show on Heritage Radio yes-
terday morning. He gave his
account on the current state of
West Indies cricket and also
remembered the past days when
West Indies defeated all before
"In the past the only way West
Indians could have expressed
themselves was through cricket
and they grabbed the opportunity
to make a name on the world stage.
The players back then understood
this and people like Sir Viv
Richards, Clive Lloyd, Gordon
Greenidge, Michael Holding and
Joel Garner made sure that the
world took notice of these Islands
because here was a case where
they were being the best at some-
thing and the world had to take
"Since then the times have
changed and although the talent
is still there, you find that as time
evolved and people got better off
financially and otherwise, a lot
more came into the equation.
There was now all kinds of sport
being shown on television and the
youngsters started to take an inter-
est in athletics, hockey, rugby and
NBA basketball. Here was a case
where the number of young men
taking part in the sport declined
and this was surely going to affect
the bench strength of the team.
That team that was beating all
before them, kept on going for a
while but when the legends started
to come off one by one, the bench
strength started to get tested and
this is where West Indies failed."
Chaturvedi said the advent of
T20 cricket has served to attract
youngsters back into the fold and
if the West Indies Cricket Board
(WICB) can improve its financial
state and develop the youngsters,
West Indies cricket which is very
dear to his heart, will be back at
the top again.
"The WICB has never been in a
solid financial position but once
they can get some funding and with
T20 cricket bringing youths back
into the game, they need to host
good development programmes and
there cricket will be back at the
top. The talent in the Caribbean is
very good, the Caribbean has given
so much to the sport of cricket and
I think when the West Indies team
is on song, they are a true delight
Chaturvedi also gave his views
on the future of Test cricket.
"Some people say that Test
cricket is dying. I would like to
state that this is not true and it
will always have a place. You see
T20 cricket is like Rock music, it
rocks, limited overs cricket is like
Bollywood music, while Test crick-
et is like great Indian classical
music. It is beautiful it flows with
ups and downs and tantalises you.
Test cricket is the mother of cricket
and like any mother, it never dies,
it remains close to the heart."
Tickets go on sale in Barbados
Noel seeks to defend Sportworld title
Indian cricket commentator Ravi Chaturvedi, left, presents one of his books to a lucky fan.
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