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Jameson & Co.
La Joya Complex,
Eastern Main Road,St. Joseph.
Tel. No. 662-0683
parcel of land comprising One Point Six
Nine Nine Seven Hectares formerly Four Acres
and Thirty Two Perches be the same more or
less and delineated in the diagram attached to
Crown Grant in Volume 146 Folio 57 111 the
ward of Turure in the Island of Trinidad and
bounded on the North by lands of Tacoree, by
lands of Mungal and by the Canapo Junction
Road 45 links wide, on the South by lands of
Ismael, by a road reserved fifty links wide, and
by the Cunapo Junction Road forty five links
wide, and on the East by lands of Cheerkoot,
by lands of Ismael and by lands of Tacoree
and on the West by the Cunapo Junction
Road 45 links wide (hereinafter referred to as
that by Fixed Date Claim filed
on the 9th October, 2013 the supporting
affidavits of LUCY THONGS, PREMNARINE
RAMKESOON and ANTHONY MORRIS filed
on the 9th October, 2013 the above named
Applicant LUCY THONGS has made an
application for an Order directing the
Registrar General to vest in her the subject
parcel of land and further, that new Certificate
of Title relating to the subject parcel of land be
i sued in her name.
that on the 25th
February, 2014 the Honourable Mr.Justice R.
Mohammed ordered that notice of this
application be advertised in a daily
newspaper of general circulation in
Trinidad and Tobago, once per week
for (2)consecutive weeks.
, that the
hearing of application has been adjourned to
29th April, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom
POS 03, Hall of Justice, Knox Street,
an interest in the
subject parcel or land may intervene by filing
an Appearance Form (Form 4) within eight
(8) days of the last publication of this
advertisement at any Court Office and filing an
affidavit setting out particulars of his/her claim.
a copy of the Fixed Date
Claim Form the Supporting Affidavits filed
herein and related documents as well as the
Appearance Form from the applicant's
Attorney-at-law, Alana Jameson, Jameson &
Company, Unit 2, La Joya Complex, Eastern
Main Road, St. Joseph or you may apply at
the High Court at the Hall of Justice, Knox
of you filing an Appearance, the
Court may proceed to make any order it
Dated this 9th day of April, 2014.
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Marlon Charles, the coach of the senior women s
national football team, says its fantastic that T&T
will be hosting the inaugural Caribbean Football
Union Women s Cup Final Round qualifiers to the
Concacaf Championship for next year s Fifa
Women s World Cup in Canada.
It was revealed by the CFU that T&T will play
host to the eight-team final round of qualifiers from
August 17 to 27 from which the top three teams will
advance to the Concacaf Women s Championship.
Contacted for comment, Charles, who
has been involved with the national women s
set-up for over two decades, said, "I think
its a fantastic decision by CFU for women s
football in general and a great opportunity
as we try to take the game to the next level."
Last month, Charles had hoped for T&T
to be drawn in one of the first round groups
to give his team some much needed match
practice, however his team will now have
to wait another five months before it kicks
off its campaign in the qualifiers.
However, Charles does not see it as a
problem and thinks it be much more of a
benefit to the Soca Princesses team.
He said: "With the matches in the final
round starting in August it gives our players
who are injured a lot more time to recover
and also gives the team a lot more time to
train together as a unit.
"Our team trainer Dexter Thomas is also
expected to return from England at the end
of this month from his studies so he was
also be happy for the extra time to work
with the players on their conditioning during
the month of May and then we will focus
on playing some quality matches in June/July
ahead of the qualifiers.
Just last month Charles and a 20-member
squad had a successful four-match training
camp in Charleston, South Carolina, during
which they won three matches, 7--0 over
Charlestown Southern University, 1-0 against
College of Charleston and 3--2 over Coastal
Carolina University, and drew 1--1 with the
University of South Carolina
During the four-match tour Charles was
able to get a look at a few overseas-based
players, but Charles stated he was putting
a lot of attention on his current crop of
He said, "We consider this tournament
to be a mini-World Cup for us and the other
CFU teams because its a big step and chance
to qualify for a World Cup.
And despite the recent resignation of
Anton Corneal as Technical Director of the
T&T Football Association, Charles said his
technical team is focused on the task ahead.
Charles said: "He (Corneal) is a very
passionate person about football and loves
and breeds T&T football and as the Tech-
nical Director he wanted to have a close
up view of how the team was progressing
and we loved that about him.
"I think that s what the girls will miss,
his passion for the game and drive for suc-
cess, but we know we have a tough task
ahead to get to the World Cup and we will
continue to put in the necessary work."
Prior to the Soca Princesses kicking off
their campaign, five first round qualify
groups will take place from May 21 to June
23.The expansion of next year s 2015 Fifa
Women s World Cup to 24 teams has given
Concacaf an extra automatic qualifying spot
and as hosts, world seventh ranked Canada
does not have to qualify which provides
world 46th and Concacaf fifth ranked T&T
a unique opportunity to qualify.
The only Caribbean team ranked top-50
in the world, T&T will be favoured to
advance as one of the top three CFU teams
before meeting the Concacaf contenders,
inclusive of Mexico, Costa Rica, and World
champions USA in the final stage of qual-
Three teams will gain automatic quali-
fication and the fourth placed team meets
the third placed South America team.
Charles: Hosting CFU Women's Cup is fantastic
CFU Women's Cup Round 1 qualifiers:
Group 1 (May 21-28): Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba,
St Vincent & The Grenadines, US Virgin Islands
Group 2 (May 21-28): Puerto Rico, Barbados,
Group 3 (May 21-28): Turks & Caicos, Cayman
Islands, St Kitts/Nevis
Group 4 (May 28-June 4): Haiti, Cuba, Guadeloupe,
Group 5 (June 16-23): Dominican Republic,
Anguilla, Jamaica, St Lucia
Final Round (T&T):
Group 1: T&T, Group 1 winner, Group 2 winner, Best
runner-up Group 1, 2, 4 & 5
Group 2: Winner Group 3, Winner Group 4, Winner
Group 5, Second Best runner-up Group 1,2, 4 & 5
T&T coach Marlon Charles reacts during the Chile
versus T&T girls' preliminary match of the Singapore
2010 Youth Olympic Games played at the Jalan
Besar Stadium in Singapore, August 12, 2010. Chile
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