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Property Situate @ #122 Aurora Avenue, Sunrise
Sale for: Tuesday 23rd July, 2013
Public Notice is hereby give that by the order of RBC
Royal Bank Trinidad and Tobago Limited of #55
Independence Square, in the City of Port of Spain and
in exercise of the Power of Sale conferred on mort-
gagees by the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act
Ch. 56:01 and contained in Deed of Mortgage dated
December 30, 2010 registered as No. DE 2011 0026
9344 DOO1 made between ANTHONY HUTCHIN-
SON also called ANTHONY RICHARDS-HUTCHIN-
SON of the One Part and RBC Royal BANK
(TRINIDAD & TOBAGO) LIMITED (formerly RBTT
Bank Limited) of the Other Part there will be put up
For sale by Public Auction by the undersigned at my
Auction Mart at L.P #161, Eastern Main Road Petit
Bourg, San Juan on Tuesday 23rd July, 2013 between
the hours of 10:00 am and 11:00 am.
The Schedule Herein Referred to:
ALL AND SINGULAR that parcel of land situate at
Tacarigua, in the Ward of Tacarigua, in the Republic of
Trinidad and Tobago (being portion of Iands described
in title Eighth parcel of land in the Second Schedule to
Deed registered as No. 16629 of 1975 and known as
Cane Farm Estate and St. Clair Estate and also
described in the First Schedule to the Lease) com-
prising FOUR Hundred and Seventy-Six Point Zero
(476.0) Square Metres and bounded on the North by
Lot No. 121 and by a Road Reserve 10.00 metres
wide on the South by Lot No. 123 and by a Multiple
Family Site No. 2 on the East by Lot No. 121 and by a
Multiple Family Site No. 2 and on the West by Lot No.
123 and by a Road Reserve 10.00 metres wide and
which said parcel of land is known as "Lot No. 122"
and shown on the Amended General Plan marked "A"
and annexed to the Deed of Lease dated 2nd day of
February, 1999 and registered as No. 4773 of 1999.
Dated this 11th day of July, 2013
/s/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd.
GULLANE---If given the option, Nick
Faldo would prefer not to be standing
over a putt to win the British Open.
"I m either going to win by six," Sir
Nick joked yesterday, "or be stuck in the
There s a lot better chance of the latter
Faldo is grabbing the clubs again for
what will surely be his final Open, though
his chances of being the latest 50-some-
thing player to make a serious run at the
claret jug are beyond improbable.
He hasn t played a truly competitive
round since his last Open at St Andrews
in 2010, hasn t played much at all over
the last three years. But Faldo couldn t
resist the chance to celebrate his birth-
day---he turns 56 on Thursday, the day of
the opening round--- at a course that
means so much to him.
Faldo won the first of his major titles
at Muirfield in 1987. Five years later, he
added his name to the claret jug again at
the very same place.
Both times, he won by a stroke, with
a par on the 72nd hole.
"Wow, I ve got a very special place here
---the 18th green at Muirfield," Faldo said.
"That won in my heart and my mind."
While making the cut is probably about
the best he can hope for, Faldo has relished
the process of trying to get his game ---
and his body---back in shape to be some-
what competitive with players half his
He s been rehabbing his ailing left shoul-
der. He s been working on his swing with
those high-tech gadgets that weren t
around in his prime. He chatted up Gio
Valiante, the sports psychologist for new
US Open champion Justin Rose.
He figured he was done after that last
Open at St Andrews, where he shot 81 on
a windy second day and didn t come close
to making the cut.
"I didn t enjoy that,"
But that all changed
when Faldo was doing
a commercial shoot a
few months ago, in
which he was asked to
talk about his favourite
courses. At first, he
thought of the coastline
at Pebble Beach, the
towering pines at
Augusta National, the
history and atmosphere at St Andrews. Then, he
"That maybe sowed some seeds," he said. Later,
"I was in my gym at home, and I thought at the
time, You re just strong enough to have a go. It
might be the last chance I get to walk with fellow
Open champions. And so I kind of said, OK, I m
going to go for it. "
Faldo is paired in the first two rounds with Fred
Couples and five-time Open champion Tom Wat-
Also, Tiger Woods is getting a late start to the
Woods plays the opening two rounds with former
British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen and for-
mer US Open champion Graeme McDowell. It s
the first time Woods has been drawn with either
of them on a weekday of a major.
Woods is the betting favourite to end his five-
year drought in the majors.
Rory McIlroy plays with Scottish Open winner
Phil Mickelson, along with Hideki Matsuyama of
Nick Faldo, returning to Muirfield one last time,
is in a group with five-time Open champion Tom
Watson and Fred Couples.
Rose plays with defending champion Ernie Els
and Brandt Snedeker. (AP)
Sir Nick can't resist another shot at Muirfield
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