Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : January 7th 2014 Contents A53
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
January 10, 2014
Dr. Joao Havelange
entre of Excellence
10:00am - 6:30pm
The Ministry of Labour and Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Creating Opportunities for
Micro and Small Enterprises
For further information call 625-8478 ext 1208, 1211
or 299-0300 ext 2161, 2166
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
EXPLORE your entrepreneurial options with
our FairShare programme
CONNECT with Ministries and Government Agencies
ACHIEVE your full potential - gain the right knowledge
to allow your business to become more competitive
The Public Health and Building Inspector's
Departments of the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo
Regional Corporation are being relocated from
L.P# 647 Southern Main Road, Couva (upstairs
V& S Supermarket), to Corner Grant Street and
Grant Street Extension, Couva.
The Public Health Department will be accessible
to the public with effect from 08th January,
2014, however, the Building Inspector's
Department will be accessible effective 14th
Any inconvenience caused is regretted.
Ag. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
National cyclist Njisane Phillip
is showing signs of improvement
in California, USA, after being
hospitalised on Friday with
Njisane, who was warded at the
California Hospital Medical Center,
was moved to a specialist hospital
yesterday for further examinations.
The doctors are still not certain
what is wrong with Njisane, but
plan to run further tests today.
Phillip Whiteman, Njisane s step-
father, said yesterday that the pain
has eased up and Njisane is more
comfortable after taking antibi-
Whiteman and Njisane s moth-
er, Vere Whiteman, will leave
Trinidad today to visit him.
Whiteman said that Njisane was
in a good mood after hearing that
they were coming to California.
Whiteman appreciated the sup-
port from Njisane s fellow athletes
and the Ministry of Sport. Min-
ister Anil Roberts sent Whiteman
a text message early yesterday
morning to find out how Njisane
This incident has delayed
Njisane s preparations for the UCI
Cycling World Cup leg three in
Guadalajara, Mexico, carded for
January 17-19. Njisane won silver
in the men s sprint event at leg
one of the World Cup in England
from November 1-3, becoming
the first T&T cyclist to win a
medal at the Cycling World Cup.
A month later at leg two of the
World Cup in Aguascalientes,
Mexico, Njisane did not win any
medals, but performed creditably,
breaking his own national record.
Njisane improving in California hospital
The Ministry of Sport Schoolaz,
following a slow start to the season,
recorded its first win of the campign,
yesterday, in a 78--72 victory over
Police, during a busy weekend for
Super 10 Basketball League action.
That fixture took place at the South-
ern Indoor Sports Arena, Pleasantville,
Schoolaz got 15 points from forward
Chris Nelson, while Kemrick Julien and
centre Randy Greenidge added 13 and
12, respectively for the same team.
For Police, which trailed 39--43 at
the halfway mark, centre Phillip Alexan-
der scored 16 points, Dayne Daniel, 12,
and Don Wilkinson, ten. Police lost
both matches it contested on the week-
The Police went down to the Uni-
versity of T&T (UTT) 78-75, on Sunday.
UTT, courtesy of a late three-point
effort from pint sized point-guard Joel
Hinds, took the two points with a field
basketball and a successful free throw.
Then, on Sunday, UTT defeated JCW
Quarters United, 76--68, in another
close encounter to move into second
place on the standings.
Yet another key encounter saw Cale-
donia Clippers slam Quarters United
for the latter team s fourth consecutive
defeat. The match ended 75--58 in
favour of Caledonia.
Meanwhile, Valencia spoiled Maloney
Pacers three-match winning streak
with a comfortable 96--73 win, on Sun-
day, in Maloney to move to the top of
the 13-team standings with eight points
from five matches.
The match saw the host team fall
behind, 22-13, after the first period,
before continuing to stuggle in offense
in the second period. The victorious
team, led by Kyeon Joseph, scored just
16 points to Valencia s 33 to trail 55--29
at the half-way mark.
In the third quarter Maloney was
productive outscoring Valencia 26--18,
but it was not enough to sparking a
comeback victory as was the case in
its last two matches.
For the winning team, guard Mario
Davis and forward Jonathan Weekes
both scored 18 points, while Fabrice
Fisher secured a mere ten points, his
lowest points production for the sea-
For Maloney, forward Joseph con-
tinued his prolific scoring with 23
points. Maurice Francis helped with 16
and D comar Marin chipped in with
first Super 10 win
Valencia Heat 5 3 2 8
JCWQuarters 5 1 4 6
Sangre Grande 4 1 3 5
MOSSchoolaz 4 1 3 5
Links Archive January 6th 2014 January 8th 2014 Navigation Previous Page Next Page