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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, April 9, 2014
o not miss "The Frog Prince" at Queens Hall from April 17 to 21
(Easter Weekend) a new play from the creative mind of the Crazy Catholic
Naparima Bowl box office opens from Wed 9
April at 11am daily 657-8770, 732-5796,
INFO: 732-5796, 683-6496, 796-4272
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Sat 12 April - 7.30 p.m.
Sun 13th April - 5.30 p.m.
Fri 11th April - 8.30 p.m.
OPENING DAY: 2 persons on 1 ticket ($150)
KIDS & ADULTS
After rocking NAPA POS, The classic fairy tale returns to Naparima Bowl San Fernando for
3 final shows!! From the producers of Rapunzel Aladdin Sleeping Beauty Snow White
The show everyone loves; couples, families,
friends and theatre lovers everywhere.
You are invited to the ball - Magic,
Romance, Comedy and Non-Stop Fun
Produced by D C Shell Theatre - Pioneers in family
ntertainment; fairy tales, Bollywood theatre,
adventure & clean comedy.
Don't dream... come!
Kevin Pietersen, the former
England batsman, has insisted
that he will not be using his stint
with the Delhi Daredevils in the
upcoming Indian Premier League
to "prove anything" to his detrac-
Pietersen, whose international
career was put to an abrupt end
by the ECB, said that he had already
accepted that he may never play
for the country again, and that he
was looking to move on.
"The break away from cricket
has been fantastic and I m really
looking forward to playing in the
IPL," Pietersen said. "What tran-
spired in March has nothing to do
with what I m about to do now.
I m not out here to make any point
and neither do I play cricket for
"I find the opportunity of again
playing in the IPL really nice espe-
cially because I missed the last sea-
son due to injury and also due to
the fact that I absolutely love the
competition. I ve played in every
part of the world and after playing
for almost a decade, I don t think
I need to prove anything to any-
Pietersen hasn t played compet-
itive cricket since January, but he
was bought for $1.5 million, which
was the Daredevils second-costliest
purchase at the auction in February,
behind Dinesh Karthik, who cost
the franchise nearly $2.1 million.
Pietersen, who will lead the team
in the seventh season of the tour-
nament, said that he was confident
of a good showing from his side,
which he believes is well balanced.
"We re bringing together a tal-
ented side. It comprises a good
blend of experience and youth---all
international, Indian and domestic
players. The most important task
is to make everyone feel like it s
their own team.
"According to me, the key to
success this time around would be
to make sure that the management,
the captain and the coach under-
stands each player and let every
single individual be themselves.
Also, the idea will be to train well
in whatever way we can and try to
perform to the best of our abili-
The Daredevils had a torrid out-
ing in the IPL last season, finishing
at the bottom of the table after los-
ing 13 of their 16 matches.
Pietersen: I have nothing
to prove during IPL
Today is forty days since
you have gone on to
with the Lord.
We will always cherish and hold
dear every memory of you.
From your loving wife
Angela Bailey, your children,
nephews, relatives and
THE FAMILY OF AUSTIN BAILEY DO THANK ALL WHO
PARTICIPATED AND LEND A HELPING HAND.
God is too wise to be mistaken
God is too good to be unkind.
When you don't understand,
When you can't see His plan
When you can't trace His hand
Trust His Heart
W H Y UR
D A H R A
SINGH: The family of the late-
Deokie Jagdip Singh, who
passed away on 5th April
Our deepest appreciation for
all your prayers, thoughts,
cards, calls, and flowers.
During a time like this, we re-
alize how much our family
and friends mean to us. Your
kind expression of sympathy
Will always be remembered
Deokie Jagdip Singh was the
mother of Samson Singh, Ro-
manchal Jagdip, Phillys Nid-
han, Soomair Jagdip Singh
(deceased), Seeta Khan, Dav-
enand Singh (deceased),
Leela Recinos, Castooree
Singh de Ricardo. Sister of
Shywah, Polly, Daisy, Jean,
Irene, Molly, Mamin, and four
brothers, Lenny (deceased),
Freddy, Victor, Byone. Mother
in law of Kamla Jagdip, Es-
ther Jagdip Singh, Kaloutie
Singh, Phillip Nidhan, Afzal
Khan, Mario Recinos, Alfonso
Ricardo. Grandmother of:
Asha Ramroop, Aneela
Beepath, Anil Jagdip Singh,
Phillana NIdhan, Liana Singh,
Daniel Singh, Davin Singh,
Ryan Singh, Crystal Khan, Ar-
ianne Khan, Kerry Singh, Kay-
ron Singh, Amy Ricardo,
Allen Ricardo, Justin Recinos.
The funeral took place on
Tuesday 8th April from the
house of morning Agostini
Settlement ext. Chase Village
May she rest in peace.
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