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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, July 29, 2014
IIn Loving Memory Of
NIMMY WENDY BAJNATH
April 8th 1961 – July 29th 2013
They say memories are golden
Well maybe that's true
But we never wanted memories
We only wanted you.
A million times we've needed you
A million times we've cried
If love alone could have saved you
You never would have died.
In life we loved you dearly
In death we love you still
In our hearts you hold a special place
No one could ever fill.
If tears could build a staircase
And heartache build a lane
We'd walk the path to heaven
And bring you back again.
Our family chain is broken
And nothing seems the same
But as God calls us one by one
The chain will link again.
Sadly missed by your loving mother Dolly, husband Reynold, sisters
Nina, Nadia, Neela and Nadine, your nieces Nicolette, Chalyse, Ariel,
Alyssa, nephews Jean Marc, Jacques, Christian, Jeremy, Matthaeus,
Myles, and brother-in-laws Gerald, Miguel & Ashmead.
T&TEC’s Damian Charles produced a
splendid performance to help his team to
a winning start as action continued in the
SIS Industrial Football League on Wednes-
The muscular forward showed his prowess
and skill as he maneuvered between the
Plipdeco defense to create chances and cause
disarray in their backline.
Charles opened the scoring in the 9th
minute with a pinpoint finish in the top
right corner past goalkeeper Kwesi Griffith.
T&TEC had the opportunity to go two goals
up six minutes later when Nolan Mohammed
whipped in a fiery low cross but Charles
failed to make contact with the ball against
an open goal and had to watch it go out for
a goal kick.
Plipdeco responded with a few hopeful
strikes from outside the area but struggled
to connect their passes and build momentum
as they ended the first half trailing one goal
to nil. On the resumption, Charles made
up for the clear cut chance he missed earlier,
bagging a second goal to sink Plipdeco into
Goalkeeper Griffith would deny Charles
his hat trick a couple minutes later as he
tipped a long range effort just over to cross-
bar to keep his team in the game. Griffith’s
effort sparked a revival amongst his team-
mates as Plipdeco started to be more creative
and attacking on both flanks and were justly
rewarded when Keston Belfor slammed
home Plipdeco’s first of the match.
The game was setup for an exciting finish
and so it would be as Plipdeco pressed for
an equaliser and T&TEC defended like their
lives depended on it. Ajamu Matterson, who
scored a brace for Plipdeco in their first
match on Monday, led the charge but unfor-
tunately saw his efforts go agonizingly wide
on a few occasions. T&TEC would hold
firm and gather a valuable three points put-
ting Plipdeco under immense pressure hav-
ing drawn their first fixture.
In the second fixture of the day, the
Methanol Division of Industrial Plant Serv-
ices Limited (IPSL MX) took on Yara in a
match where little opportunities and spaces
were found early on. The first half was a
virtual midfield battle with both teams losing
possession regularly resulting in shots from
outside the box.
Both teams would have been disappointed
as they headed in at half time with the score
0-0. MX and Yara seemed as though they
received some stern words from their man-
agers at the interval as they came out full
throttle at the start of the 2nd half with
both teams going head to head and punch
for punch, it was just a matter of time before
one suffered a deadly blow. Unfortunately,
it was Yara to concede when Terrence Lon-
don’s long range effort slammed into the
lower left corner to give MX the lead.
This initiated a string of attempts from3
teams as Yara pushed for an equalizer and
MX sought that all important extra goal to
seal the match. It was not until the final
play of the match that Yara stole victory
from MX when Keston Davis drilled an
effort from about 10 metres out to rupture
the back of the net. Yara erupted in cele-
brations as the referee blew the whistle to
signal the end of the match.
MX would be disappointed having lost
two points due to a momentary lapse in
concentration and will look to rebound in
their next match against Nu Iron Unlim-
Kids go free to CPL for
Zouks first home game
The Government of St Lucia yesterday delivered
some fantastic news for young cricket fans in
the country after partnering with the Limacol
Caribbean Premier League to give children under
the age of 12 free access to the St Lucia Zouks
first home match against Barbados Tridents on
Thursday at Beausejour.
The initiative will allow the next generation of
cricketers to watch their heroes in action, with
including Darren Sammy, Kieron Pollard, Roelof
van der Merwe and Dwayne Smith all on show.
At 8 pm on Thursday, the Zouks face a rematch
against the in-form, Barbados Tridents, before
taking on the T&T Red Steel on Saturday at 4pm
and the Antigua Hawksbills on Sunday at 4 pm.
Minister for Youth Development and Sports the
Hon. Shawn Edward, said: We’re delighted to be
able to offer young St Lucians the opportunity to
watch the Zouks opening home game free of charge.
The CPL is a fantastic, vibrant tournament and
hopefully this will help inspire the next generation
of St Lucian cricketers.
Damien O’Donohoe, CEO, Limacol Caribbean
Premier League, said: It’s really important to us
that the CPL plays a role in the future of West
Indies cricket, so when the Minister came to us
with this initiative we were on board straight away.
Fans can be guaranteed thrilling cricket and a great
atmosphere, so I’d urge everybody to show their
support at the three games.
Kids must be present at the stadium box office
on match day to redeem their ticket, and they will
then be directed to their designated stand.
The Limacol Caribbean Premier League runs
from July 11 to August 16, with 30 matches taking
place over 37 days. In addition, the final week of
the tournament, in St Kitts and Nevis, will host
Beefy’s Bash, an all-star charity match featuring
Sir Ian Botham, Brian Lara and Piers Morgan, as
well as a concert by hip-hop megastar, Rick Ross.
T&TEC upset Plipdeco
MX Goalkeeper, Rawle Ransom, clears a Yara cross.
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