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Tender For The Supply and Delivery of Mechanical Equipment To The
San-Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation, Ministry of Local Government
Tenders are invited for the supply and delivery of Mechanical Equipment to the San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation,
Ministry of Local Government as follows:
Item I - One (1) Back Hoe Loader
Item 2 - One (1) 3 Ton Dump Truck
Item 3 - One (1) 3 Ton Flatbed/Tray Truck
Item 4 - One (1) Skid Steer
Item 5 - One (1) Tractor with Grooming Mower
Item 6 - One (1) Two Way Dump Truck
Tender documents can be collected during normal working hours at the Central Tenders Board's
Office, 116 Frederick Street Port-of-Spain, telephone number 1-868-625-4330.
Any further technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from Mr. Dianand Satnarine Singh, Road
Officer III, San Juan /Laventille Regional Corporation at telephone number 1-868-638-4495 ext. 134.
Tenders must be accompanied by valid:-
Tenders on the approved tender forms (IN TRIPLICATE) should be placed in sealed envelopes clearly marked on the out-
Envelopes must be addressed to the Chairman Central Tenders Board, 116 Frederick Street, Port of-Spain and must be
deposited in the Brown Tenders Box located in the lobby of the Board's Office not later than
Tenders will be opened publicly at the Board's Office shortly thereafter. The tenderer or an authorized
representative may be present at the opening.
Tenderers should note that the dimensions of the
in the Tender Box are
such, tenders should be packaged accordingly.
be considered in any circumstances.
The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Central Tenders Board reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or partially, with
out defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
Tenderers are advised that they can visit website
for all published Tender Notices.
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CTB: 25/2/19 Vol. XI
July 10, 2014
Channon Thompson was a double-winner in
the individual awards while her T&T team-mates
added three more despite their team falling 14-
25, 29-31, 17-25 against Mexico in their final
match of the 2014 North, Central America and
Caribbean Volleyball Confederation (Norceca)
Women s Playoff match on Sunday.
The match was the second of the final day dou-
ble-header at the University of the West Indies Sports
and Physical Educational Centre, St Augustine.
Thompson, who plays professionally in France was
named as the Best Scorer" as well as one of the two
"Best Outside Hitters".
Other award recipients for T&T were Russia-based
Sinead Jack and Jalicia Ross-Kydd who captured the
"Best Blockers" accolade and captain, Kelly-Anne
Billingy, the "Best Server".
Mexican Lizbeth Sainz was voted "Most Valuable
Player" of the tournament after leading the Mexicans
to the victory and the 24th and final spot at the FIVB
World Championship in Italy from September 23 to
Sainz, who was the leading scorer in the final match
with 16 points, was also voted "Best Outside Spiker".
Her team-mates Lizbeth Lopez (Best Receiver), Claudia
Resendiz (Best Setter) also received awards.
Mexican captain Andrea Rangel, who twisted her
ankle four points into the decider, was voted "Best
Mexico and T&T finished first and second respec-
tively and players from Mexico and T&T dominated
the individual awards, capturing five apiece of the 12
Marcela Araya, from third-placed Costa Rica, was
voted Best Libero and Best Digger. No players from
Nicaragua and Panama, the teams which occupied
the final two positions, respectively, received individual
Five Norceca awards for T&T
WELL DONE! The
of the T&T women's
team from the just
From right, team
Scorerand one of
the two Best
Sinead Jack and
GEORGETOWN--Chad Williams led Barbados
fight-back with the ball after Ramaal Lewis tor-
mented their batsmen, but Jamaica were within
sight of a valuable first innings lead in the Region-
al Under-19 Tournament yesterday.
Left-arm spinner Williams grabbed 4-15 from
13 overs, as the Jamaicans reached 106 for five in
their first innings at the close on the opening day
of their opening round match at Everest on the
northern tip of the Guyana capital, just 14 adrift
of nosing in front.
Williams defied an opening stand of 62 between
Leroy Lugg and Odaine McCatty, removing the
cream of the top-order batting before Lewis, the
Jamaica and incumbent West Indies Under-19
captain, again featured prominently. Lewis batted
through about 45 minutes until the close with
Abijai Mansingh, son of Dr. Akshai Mansingh, the
head of the West Indies Cricket Board s medical
panel, to stem the fall of wickets, after the Jamaicans
had stumbled to 76 for five.
Lewis had grabbed 5-47 from 19.2 overs and
his deputy and fellow off-spinner Nicholas Walters
supported with 3-21 from 11 overs, as the Barba-
dians, choosing to bat, were bowled out for 120
in their first innings about 50 minutes after lunch.
Shamar Springer, a member of the Barbados
side that won the Regional Under-17 Tournament
last week in Tobago, hit the top score of 31 and
opener Lee-Germon Gaskin made 27. CMC
(More cricket on pages A66 & A68)
Lewis feature as
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