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Pursuant to Section 163 of the Insurance
Act 198O, the following policies were
reported lost or destroyed.
Adrian C. J. Garcia
Damian W. Patrick
Dave M. Wallace
Marion V. Barzey
Ashmeed N. Rajack
Roy W. P. Achat
Lester J. N. Nagassar
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
IN THE SUPREME
In the estate of Lakshminarine Rampersad
(deceased) late of 557 Beech Street, Orange,
Essex, New Jersey, United States of America,
Business Proprietor, who died on the 25th day of
December 2011 at the Lenox Hill Hospital,
Manhattan, New York, United States of America.
Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of
Fourteen days from the date hereof application will
be made in the Registry of the Supreme Court of
Judicature of Trinidad and Tobago for the
Exemplification of Succeeding Executor Short
Certificate (with will annexed) of the Estate of
Lakshminarine Rampersad late of 557 Beech
Street, Orange, Essex, New Jersey, United States
of America, granted to Tricia Pampersad and Ria
Rampersad the Succeeding Executrices to whom a
Succeeding Executor Short Certificate were grant-
ed by the Essex County Surrogate's Court, Hall of
Records, Room 206, Newark, New Jersey 07102,
United States of America on the 31 5t December
No. 9 Harris Street, San Fernando
Attorney-at-Law for Tricia Rampersad and Ria
Rampersad the Succeeding Executrices of
the Estate of Lakshminarine Rampersad 1205027
RIO DE JANEIRO---The new ball for next year s
World Cup---called the "Brazuca," in honor of Brazil,
of course---was unveiled at a ceremony Tuesday in
Rio de Janeiro.
The word "Brazuca" has a double meaning, used
as a term for Brazilians living abroad---including its
many footballers---but also as slang used to describe
national pride or anything "Brazilianish."
Manufacturer Adidas said the ball offers "break-
through innovation" featuring what it calls a "rev-
olutionary six-panel design."
The ball is decorated with a ribbon design in shades
of blue, gold and green, which Adidas said symbolizes
the traditional "wish bracelets" worn in Brazil.
The ball makes its real debut on June 12 in the
Gerard Pique suggests unhappy players
should look to leave the club as it battles
through its first slump of the season.
Yesterday's comments came days
after Cristian Tello and Marc Montoya
said they could look to leave at season's
end if their minutes did not improve.
Pique says "I understand Tello and
Montoya, but this is Barca and we all
fight for our starting place. The exit door
is always open if you aren't happy."
Barcelona has lost two straight games,
including for the first time in the Spanish
league, heading into Saturday's Copa del
Rey match at third-tier Cartagena.
Pique says the team is upbeat and
"looking ahead" despite the 1-0 loss at
Athletic Bilbao: "We're playing better
with each game, so we should feel
Match-fixer Sapina goes on new trial
Ante Sapina went on a new trial
yesterday following his appeal against a
conviction in what was at the time
described as Europe's biggest match-
Sapina was sentenced in May 2011 to
5 years in prison but appealed.
Germany's top appeals court returned
parts of the case to the Bochum court.
Co-defendant Marijo Cvrtak, who
received the same sentence, also is
standing a retrial.
Sapina and Cvrtak were among six
men charged with manipulating matches
across Europe and the two confessed to
fixing more than 20 games. They earned
more than 2.3 million euros ($3.28
million) each by betting on manipulated
games, mostly in Asian establishments.
Sapina had a prior conviction for
involvement in a similar betting scandal
in 2005 involving Bundesliga referee
Athletic Bilbao signs Iraiola
to 1-year extension
BILBAO---Athletic Bilbao has signed
defender Andoni Iraiola to a one-year
contract extension that ties him to the
club until 2015.
The 31-year-old Iraiola has spent his
entire career at the Basque club, 11
seasons since his debut in August 2003.
Terms of the deal for Iraiola, who has
played seven times for Spain, were not
Athletic president Josu Urrutia
recently signed captain Carlos Gurpegui
to a contract extension.
Athletic, which employs a Basque-only
player policy, is fourth in the Spanish
league standings after 15 games.
A-League to celebrate
its 1,000th match
MELBOURNE---The A-League will
celebrate its 1,000th match this
weekend, more than eight years after its
The Melbourne Victory will host the
Newcastle Jets on Sunday in the
signature game. The first match in the
Australian league, formed out of the old
National Soccer League, was played on
Aug. 26, 2005 when the Jets hosted
In between, the league has been hit by
the closure of several teams and
But the league has recently been
boosted by the marquee signings of
players such as former Juventus star
Alessandro Del Piero with Sydney FC and
ex-Premier League striker Emile Heskey
with the Jets.
Two spectators attending Sunday's
match in Melbourne will each receive
1,000 Australian dollars ($905) worth of
tires by a league sponsor.
Australia captain Lucas
Neill returns from Japan
SYDNEY--- Australia captain Lucas
Neill has returned from Japan with his
contract with Omiya Ardija set to expire
and little likelihood of it being renewed.
The J-League club said on its website
Wednesday there was "no timetable set
for his (Neill's) return to Japan."
Neill has been an unused substitute
for the 14th-placed Japanese team's past
two matches. The J-League season ends
New Australia coach Ange
Postecoglou has said he wants his
players have consistent match time
ahead of next year's World Cup in Brazil.
Local media reported that Neill could
return to the A-League, which has
completed about one-third of its season.
Pique: Exit door there for
unhappy Barca players
opening game in Sao Paulo, and will be used until
the final July 13 in Rio de Janeiro.
"The FIFA World Cup match ball is the icon of
the tournament as the centerpiece of every goal,
every play and every touch," said Ernesto Bruce,
director of football for Adidas America. "Adidas has
a rich legacy at the World Cup, providing the official
match ball for every tournament since 1970."
Some World Cup balls are more popular than
others, with players often complaining about the feel
of a new ball or the way it moves in the air. Goal-
keepers often say they have trouble tracking the new
models, which seem to move faster at every World
Adidas manufactured a ball named "Jabulani" for
the 2010 in South Africa, which was heavily criticized
by some players who said its movements were unpre-
The "Brazuca" was unveiled at a ceremony at Par-
que Lage in Rio's lush Botanical Garden. (AP)
Dutch soccer player Clarence Seedorf, right, Brazilian soccer player Hernanes, centre, and former Brazilian
player Cafu pose holding the 2014 World Cup official soccer ball, called Brazuca, after it was unveiled in Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday. AP PHOTO
New World Cup ball
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