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CENTRAL TENDERS BOARD
TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A BOX DRAIN ALONG THE EASTERN SIDE OF STANMORE AVENUE FOR
THE PORT OF SPAIN CITY CORPORATION, MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Tenders are invited for the Construction of a Box Drain along the Eastern Side of Stanmore Avenue for the Port of Spain
City Corporation, Ministry of Local Government
Tender documents can be obtained during normal working hours at the Central Tenders Board's Office, 116 Frederick
Street, Port of Spain. Any further technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from Mr. Ricardo
Revanales, Works Supervisor III, Port of Spain City Corporation at Telephone No: 1-868-623-1121/7, 6926 or 1-868-
A pre-tender meeting will be held for prospective tenderers at 1
at City Hall,
2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain. A site visit will be arranged at the pre-tender meeting.
Tenders must be accompanied by the following:
issued by the Board of lnland Revenue and dated
not more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender.
(ii) A Valid
issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
The original tender and one (1) copy must be placed in a sealed envelope addressed to the
116 Frederick Street, Port of Spain and clearly marked on the outside:-
Envelopes must be deposited in the
Tenders Box located in the lobby of the Board's Office, 116 Frederick
Street, Port of Spain, not later than,
Tenderers should note that the dimensions of the
in the Tenders Box are 37.5 cm x 5.5 cm and as such, tenders
should be packaged accordingly.
Tenders will be opened shortly thereafter. The tenderer or an authorised representative may be present at the opening.
The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Central Tenders Board reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or even partially, without defray-
ing any cost incurred by any firm, in submitting their tender.
Prospective tenderers are advised that they can visit the website http: //www.finance.gov.tt for all published Tender Notices.
Junior surfer Jyiell Lewis once again proved
the strongest challenger in the Boys' 18-and-
Under category, when he took a top place
finish in the said division, when the Surfing
Association of T&T (SATT) held its second
national trials for the year at Balandra Bay,
Lewis, who hails from Balandra, has been
improving steadily and used his local knowledge
of the surf break to also gain a spot in the
finals of the Men's Division. In the Boys' U-
18 Division, he defeated Elton John, also of
Balandra, by connecting a variety of turns in
the tricky conditions.
This established format of competition has
long been a means for the SATT to maintain
a points standing system for local surfers.
In windy, chest-to-head-high wave condi-
tions, surfers competed in the Men's Open,
the Women's Open and the Boys' 18-and-
The Women's division saw the consistent
youngster Jordan Van Reeken taking the top
spot over the more experienced Kathy-Ann
Smith, who was unable to find two strong
waves in the shifty beach break conditions.
The Mens' Open featured surfers of a wide
experience range and ages.
Absent national champion Chris Dennis left
his usually occupied spot in the final for another
surfer to capitalise on. Both Lewis and Shane
Henneman seized the opportunity and were
rewarded with spot in the final heat.
Veteran surfer Che Lovelace managed to
battle his way through the field to meet Lewis,
Henneman and eventual winner Jesse Jarvis
in the final.
Jarvis separated himself from the field with
a series of strong rides, gaining momentum
as the 20 minute heat progressed.
Slipstream's Ronald Moses edged Bike Smith's
Kevin Tinto to win the Open category of the T&T
Cycling Federation's Keep Fit on Sunday. In third
place was Slipstream's Marc Codrington while
Sonics' Barry Luces nabbed fourth.
Among the Ladies, AMCC's Dominique Lovell
emerged as the top cyclist ahead of Kerlian Welling-
ton of Bike Smith.
Meanwhile, South Hampton's Jerron Loubon
edged his teammate Urba Bourne in the Junior
Male category and Heatwave's Earl Mc Leod got
the better of Southclaine's Godfrey Clyne for the
Masters Over 60 title.
T&T's male squash players endured a rough time
at the senior CASA Championships at the George-
town Club in Guyana this week.
National champ Mandela Patrick was the team's
only player to reach the quarterfinals, eventually
losing 11-4, 11-5, 11-8 to 2012 Caribbean runner-up
Cameron Stafford of the Cayman Islands.
Stafford had also knocked out T&T's Kale Wilson
in the third round, beating him 11-8, 11-5, 11-7.
Lewis, Jarvis shine at surfing trials
Tough time for T&T at CASA
Surfers (from left to right) Shane Henneman, Che Lovelace, Jesse Jarvis and Jyiell Lewis at the
Surfing Association of T&T second national trials for 2013, held at Balandra Bay, on Sunday.
Jervis copped the Men's Open category.
First- Jesse Jarvis
Second- Che Lovelace
Third- Shane Henneman
Fourth- Jyiell Lewis
First- Jordan Van Reeken
Second- Kathy-Ann Smith
Third- Ashleigh Spiers
Fourth- Zoe Van Reeken
First- Jyiell Lewis
Second- Elton John
Third- Shane Spiers
Fourth- Andy Lewis
Moses gets past
Tinto in TTCF keep fit
1. Ronald Moses- Slipstream
2. Kevin Tinto - Bike Smith
3. Marc Codrington -
4. Barry Luces - Sonics
1.Dominique Lovell - AWCC
2. Kerlian Wellington - Bike
1.Jerron Loubon- South
2. Urba Bourne - South
3. Oludare Marcell - Madonna
1.Ramon Belmontes -
2.Emmanuel Watson -
3.David Orr - Bike Smith
1.Tyler Cole - Sonics
2.Peter Sellier - Northern
3. Ronell Woods - Sonics
4.Jabari Whiteman -
1.Earl Mc Leod - Heatwave
2.Godfrey Clyne - Southclaine
3.Pat Nelson - Team Trek
4.Foster Francois - Bike
Masters 50 - 59
1.Jeffery La Fond -
2.David Hacksaw -
3.Stephen Aboud -
Masters 40 - 49
1.Roger Smart - Madonna
2. Ancil Roberts - Sonics
3.Geoffrey Harper - Sonics
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