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Re-Convened Annual General Meeting
The re-convened Annual General Meeting of
Teachers Credit Union Co-operative Society
Limited advertised for Tuesday 26th
November, 2013, did not take place because
of lack of a quorum.
The re-convened meeting will take place at
4:15pm on Tuesday 17th December, 2013, at
the Teachers Credit Union Office at 68-72
Maraval road New-Town Port of Spain.
A Chaguaramas-based shipworks company seeks suitably qualified:-
Qto support welding activities (CWI/MET or related disciplines) and blast-
ing/coating application activities to ensure compliance with requirements, and
assist with monitoring and reporting on all related welding and/or painting works
progress, inter alia to verify and witness surf ace preparation, humidity, tempera-
ture, painting applications and coating thickness and perform related functions.
Incumbent will have the opportunity to have exposure to and serve within a ship-
yard environment and obtain skills and experience in related matters, as well as
the opportunity of further employment in this regard. Candidate must have at least
1 year's experience. NACE Level 1 and/or CWI/MET Level 1 certification shall be
from conceding a goal after only
13 seconds to go second in the
Premier League with a 3-1 win
over Southampton while defend-
ing champion Manchester United
and Liverpool lost ground in the
title race yesterday.
John Terry scored on his 400th
Premier League appearance after
Gary Cahill canceled Southamp-
ton s opener from Jay Rodriguez
at Stamford Bridge. Substitute
Demba Ba made it 3-0 in the 90th.
Chelsea trails leader Arsenal by
Liverpool s title hopes stumbled
as Hull beat the Reds 3-1---its first
win in 17 attempts---and Manches-
ter United was held to a 2-2 draw
City moved third, two points
behind Chelsea, after defeating
Swansea 3-0 with two goals by
Samir Nasri. City has won all seven
home matches this season.
Nasri scored twice as City main-
tained its 100 percent home record
and moved to third place.
In-form striker Alvaro Negredo
put City in front after eight min-
utes with a free kick into the bot-
tom left corner. Nasri then exploit-
ed Yaya Toure s through ball to
double his team s lead in the 58th
and the French international sealed
the win with a brilliant finish in
Swansea had a good chance to
equalize just before halftime but
Jonathan de Guzman shot over.
City goalkeeper Costel Pantil-
imon, again preferred to Joe Hart,
had earlier saved twice from Jonjo
Hart might have hoped to fea-
ture after playing in the Champions
League in midweek but, aside from
Joleon Lescott replacing the injured
Matija Nastasic, City fielded the
side that thrashed Tottenham 6-
0. City again raced out of the
blocks with Sergio Aguero charging
through and shooting at Gerhard
Tremmel inside the first minute.
Tremmel was quickly in action
again as Negredo forced him to tip
around the post with a long-range
Negredo was fouled outside the
area shortly afterward and stepped
up to clip home the resulting free
kick in the eight minute.
Swansea then enjoyed a spell of
dominating possession and creat-
ing a couple of chances, with
Shelvey twice forcing Pantilimon
to save with shots from distance.
Both sides had penalty appeals
as Pablo Hernandez claimed to be
pulled back by Martin Demichelis
and Aguero went down under a
Jose Canas challenge but referee
Mark Clattenburg was convinced
De Guzman shot at Pantilimon
and spurned an even better chance
to equalize when he fired over just
before the interval
City s second finally came just
before the hour as Yaya Toure
strode forward in trademark fash-
ion to find Nasri inside the area.
The Frenchman still had much to
do but the defence could not touch
him as he ran across goal and fired
low into the bottom left corner.
City almost had a third when
Toure found Aguero and Swansea s
half-clearance fell to the inrushing
Pablo Zabaleta but the fullback
But there was little respite for
the Swans and Zabaleta instead
turned to a creator s role by rushing
onto a James Milner throughball
and pulling back for Nasri to tuck
home after 77 minutes.
The former Arsenal playmaker,
sensing a hat trick, curled just wide
and Fernandinho shot over in the
Terry marked his 400th Premier
League appearance with a goal as
Chelsea fought back from an early
deficit and move to second in the
After a sloppy start that saw
Jose Mourinho s team concede a
goal just after kickoff, Chelsea
recovered in the second half to
close the gap to league leader Arse-
nal to four points.
Michael Essien s poor back pass
allowed Jay Rodriguez to open the scor-
ing at Stamford Bridge after 12 seconds.
Southampton held on until Garry Cahill
leveled with a header from close range
in the 56th. Terry then put Chelsea in
front with a glancing header in the
62nd minute for his 34th Premier
League goal before Demba Ba put the
match beyond reach.
Hull beat Liverpool 3-1 for its first
ever victory against the Merseyside
Hull went ahead after Jake Liver-
more s shot from outside the area took
a deflection off Liverpool defender Mar-
tin Skrtel and looped over goalkeeper
Simon Mignolet in the 20th minute at
the KC Stadium.
Steven Gerrard equalised seven min-
utes later with a well-placed free kick
through a sudden hole in the wall cre-
ated by Skrtel.
David Meyler put Hull ahead again
in the 72nd with a left-footed shot and
Skrtel finished a miserable afternoon
for Liverpool with a spectacular own-
goal header in the 87th.
Liverpool, which trails league leaders
Arsenal by seven points, missed England
forward Daniel Sturridge who is likely
to be out for at least six weeks with an
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
had recalled Victor Moses and Raheem
Sterling, the latter making his first start
since Oct. 5, but they proved inadequate
replacements for Sturridge.
For Hull, it was a memorable after-
noon and a season s best performance---
just the boost required after last week s
defeat to lowly Crystal Palace. (AP)
Chelsea moves to 2nd,
City stays perfect at home
Chelsea's Juan Mata, left, of Spain, and Gary Cahill, right, celebrate with their
captain John Terry after he scored against Southampton, during their English
Premier League soccer match at the Stamford bridge ground in London,
yesterday. Chelsea won the match 3-1. AP Photo
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