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CENTRAL TENDERS BOARD
Tenders are invited for the Upgrade of the City Hall Auditorium, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain 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
A pre-tender meeting will be held for prospective tenderers at
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.
issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
The original tender and five (5) copies each must be placed in a sealed envelope and 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
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
defraying any cost incurred by any firm, in submitting their tender.
Prospective tenderers are advised that they can visit the website
for all published Tender Notices.
Texas Pistons tour of T&T came to a thrilling
finale last Friday, when the vistors were held to a
unconventional 82-82 draw against a Trinidad All
Stars team, at the Tacarigua Sporting Complex.
With the fans and players anxiously anticipating
overtime, the organising committee decided to end
the game in a draw due to a constraint in time and
Despite enjoying a comfortable 12-point lead mid-
way in the third quarter, the Trinidad All Stars team
lost its momentum and TAF All Stars rallied back to
tie the match on a free shot by Malcolm Mann with
less than five seconds remaining. Mann scored the
first free shot to tie the match. He subsequently
missed the second shot for the victory. However, he
grabbed the loose ball but was fouled attempting the
final shot of the match. With the fixture tied and
time expired, Mann had two free throws to seal the
championships. In a nerving-biting climax, with the
fans on their feet, Mann missed both shots.
From the start of the tip off by deputy director of
sport at the Ministry of Sport, Ruth Marchan, both
teams traded baskets at each end of the court. At
the end of the first quarter, Trinidad led 18-17. In
the second period, team Texas outscored Trinidad
17-12 to end the first half with a 34-30 lead.
In the third period, team Trinidad regained control
of the tempo. Led by captain Joel Theodore with 25
points, Shaquille Sylvester with 22 points (including
four big three-pointers) and Ronell Winters with 18,
team Trinidad ended the session leading 59-48.
However, Texas survived the fourth quarter with
the tournament top scorer, Dustin Bercutt leading a
final surge. Bercutt with a match high 31 points, took
matters into his own hands scoring several fast breaks
and fade-away shots around the basket to put his
team in front, 81-80, within the final minute mark.
With time ticking away, Winters who had a tremen-
dous all round match---both offensively and defensively
guarding Texas playmaker Mann---drove to the basket
to snatch the lead 82-81 for team Trinidad. Next
possession with 11 seconds left, Mann responded by
dribbling past several defenders and was fouled
attempting a lay-up. He scored the first shot which
tied the contest.
The final match was preceded by an individual
contest judged by Keyla Snowden, a former University
of Kentucky player of T&T parentage, as Albert
Sprott, head coach of the International School of
Port-of-Spain and Mario Davis, of the Sport Company
of T&T. In the three-point shootout, Ashton Bloom
outscored his opponents in both rounds. And, in the
dunk-out, Chance Aubrey performed a spectacular
dunk-off, a rebound pass from the left side of the
backboard in a closely fought contest.
Three Point Shootout
First---Ashton Bloom (Texas)
Second---Kariem Taylor (T&T)
Third---Jahmaul Graham (T&T)
Dunk Out Contest
First---Chance Aubrey (Texas)
Second---Dustin Bercutt (Texas)
Third---Joel Theodore (T&T)
Most Outstanding Player---Malcolm Mann
All Stars MVP---Ronell Winters (T&T)
Best Sportsmanship---Dustin Bercutt (Texas)
Most Improved Player---Shaquille Sylvester (&T)
Defensive Player---Dillon Gollihar (Texas)
Best Offensive Player---Dustin Bercutt (Texas)
Tiger Tanks Trinidad
Unlimited, based on the La
Brea Industrial Estate,
announced their sponsorship
of professional bodybuilder
Tamara Ribero-Bailey last
The company s Business
Development Manager Anthony
Superville said: "Tamara s com-
mitment and dedication to
achieving her goals can only be
described as inspirational---
qualities we foster and instill
at Tiger Tanks. She is truly an
exemplar, a positive role model.
We wish her all the success and
look forward to a continued
Ribero-Bailey took part in
the International Federation of
Bodybuilders (IFBB) Pro-Body-
building Championships in the
Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay,
Tampa, Florida, from August
8-12. Although she didn t make
it to the top 15, she told her
sponsors she was not disap-
pointed because the standard
was very high among a line up
of 34 competitors.
Ribero-Bailey earned her Pro
Card from the IFBB in 2011 and
made her professional debut in
2012. She placed 12th, 16th and
11th in competitions held at
Orlando, Pittsburgh and Tampa
and looks forward to improving
her placing in 2013. Her goal is
to qualify for the Figure
Olympia---the most prestigious
competition in the sport.
Tamara, who holds a BBA in
Business Administration from
the University of New
Brunswick, Canada, currently
serves as the Student Services
Manager at the T&T Hospitality
and Tourism Institute. She
began her competitive career
in 2006 where she placed third
at the Sports World Classic
Invitational in T&T and expe-
rienced her first international
competition at the Worlds
Women s Bodybuilding and Fit-
ness Championships in
Barcelona, Spain, where she
held her own among the world s
top amateur figure athletes.
All Star in
Tamara gets a Tiger boost
Professional Bodybuilder Tamara Ribero-Bailey is presented with
a sponsorship cheque by Anthony Superville, Business
Development Manager of Tiger Tanks Trinidad. Looking on is
Denis Latif, Tiger Tank's General Manager.
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