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NGC NAAA Juvenile Champs 2017 Recap

NGC NAAA Juvenile Champs 2017 Recap

Despite the heavy rain and dark clouds blanketing the sky this weekend (3rd & 4th June 2017), the Hasely Crawford Stadium still proved to be the place to be if you wanted to see flashes of brilliant lightning. Youngsters from all over the country gathered to represent their various clubs at the NGC/NAAATT Juvenile Championships.
The annual championship is a highlight on these children’s athletic calendar as it caters for the youngest crop of athletes in the country competing in the U-10 to U-14 categories. With this week also playing host to the National Primary School Games, coaches would have been well advised to center the entire training season around ensuring the kids peak this week. The coaches at the Cougars Track Club seemed to have done just that as the club walked ran away with the spoils, copping 27 medals, including 13 gold on the way to amassing the most team points at the meet. To put it in perspective, no other club were able to amass more than 3 gold.

NGC NAAA Junior Championships 2017 recap

NGC NAAA Junior Championships 2017 recap

Memphis were run home winners in this weekend’s NGC/NAAATT Junior Championships 2017, with second place Abilene WildCats.

Jacob St.Clair and Jerod Elcock combined with teammates Judah Taylor and Kaylon Thomson to cruise home in the Boys U-20 4×400 relay. This came after both finished one and two in the U-20 200m in one of the most exciting finishes for the day. Elcock edged his fellow royalian into second spot in a photo finish decision, thus completing the sprint double after his 100m triumph the day before. It was a sweet moment for Elcock who used the disappointment at not making any national teams last year to push himself to come out tops this year. St. Clair would have done a double himself after securing the gold in the individual 400m race, had the result been reversed. Both were satisfied in the end, especially after being able to add the relay triumph. Elcock himself could have had 4 gold in his cabinet, but had to settle for second place to the triumphant Memphis team who were able to beat Abilene into second spot in the U-20 4×100.

There were no such worries for Adell Colthrust in the u-18 division though as he was able to complete his sprint double with the 100m and 200m while also leading his Abilene team to gold in the U-18 Boys 4×100. Despite his dominance, Colthrust was a little disappointed in his times and vowed to keep working on improving his times to wear he wants them to be.

On the girls side, Khalifa St. Fort was clear favourites to do the sprint double but pulled out of the 200m final after qualifying comfortably, citing “precautionary measures”. In her absence, Shikyla Walcott of Simplex was able to claim the gold after finishing second in the 100m. The two will surely form the core of our Women’s relay team in the future.

There were many other stand-out performances throughout the two days of completion. Tyriq Horsford did as expected and claimed gold in the u-18 javelin, while Tyra Gittens performed admirably on the way to gold in the U-20 Heptathlon. This was despite having to fly in just before competition and admittedly not feeling 100 percent but having to push through in each of the events.

TTNGL Additional Public Offering

TTNGL Additional Public Offering

Additional Public Offering of shares in the TTNGL.

Learn more here: http://ngl.co.tt/additional-public-offering-2017/apo-prospectus

TTNGL Additional Public Offering

TTNGL Additional Public Offering

Additional Public Offering of shares in the TTNGL.

Learn more here: http://ngl.co.tt/additional-public-offering-2017/apo-prospectus

TTNGL Additional Public Offering

TTNGL Additional Public Offering

Additional Public Offering of shares in the TTNGL.

Learn more here: http://ngl.co.tt/additional-public-offering-2017/apo-prospectus

14th Public JSC Meeting: Public Accounts (Enterprises) Committee

14th Public JSC Meeting: Public Accounts (Enterprises) Committee

The Public Accounts (Enterprises) Committee examines the Audited Financial Statements of NGC for the period 2009-2015. Wednesday 19th April, 2017 10:00 am.

Invitation to NGC Bocas Lit Fest – April 26-30 2017

Invitation to NGC Bocas Lit Fest – April 26-30 2017

CNC3 News 3 February 2017 - CNG Buses

CNC3 News 3 February 2017 – CNG Buses

Money Matters - CNC3 February 1, 2017

Money Matters – CNC3 February 1, 2017

NGC President, Mark Loquan at Energy Conference 2017

NGC President, Mark Loquan at Energy Conference 2017

CNC3 Interview with Gerry Brooks - January 23 2017

CNC3 Interview with Gerry Brooks – January 23 2017

CNC3 Interview with Gerry Brooks – January 23 2017

NGC Sanfest 2016 Trailer

NGC Sanfest 2016 Trailer

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed - April 11 2016 -  Pt4

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed – April 11 2016 – Pt4

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed – April 11 2016

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016 - Pt3

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016 – Pt3

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed – April 11 2016

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016 - Pt2

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016 – Pt2

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016 - Pt1

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed- April 11 2016 – Pt1

CNC 3 Interview with Mr. Brooks and Mr. Mohammed – April 11 2016

NGC -  WHO WE ARE

NGC – WHO WE ARE

NGC - WHAT WE DO

NGC – WHAT WE DO

Corporate Social Investment

Corporate Social Investment

by NGC

New CNG Buses

New CNG Buses

by CNG

CNG: What Drives You?

CNG: What Drives You?

with Denesh Ramdin

CNG: What Drives You?

CNG: What Drives You?

with Anisa Mohammed

CNG: What Drives You?

CNG: What Drives You?

with Darren Bravo

Fundamentals of Gas Transmission and Distribution

Fundamentals of Gas Transmission and Distribution

presented by Shaka Bethel, 2014-09-18

The Structure, History and Role of the Natural Gas Industry

The Structure, History and Role of the Natural Gas Industry

presented by Richard Jobity, 2014-09-02

Chinese Ambassador Hosted

Chinese Ambassador Hosted

French Students visit PPVS

French Students visit PPVS

MEEA and Mitsubishi Agreement

MEEA and Mitsubishi Agreement

Nigerian Prince Visit

Nigerian Prince Visit

Tanzanian Study Group

Tanzanian Study Group

Ugandan Delegation Hosted

Ugandan Delegation Hosted

Japanese ambassador visits NGC

Japanese ambassador visits NGC

Matura Beach Cleanup

Matura Beach Cleanup

Helena Home Hand Over

Helena Home Hand Over

National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago - Company Overview

National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago – Company Overview

Natural Gas workshop

Natural Gas workshop

NGC Awarded ACCA "Approved Employer" Status

NGC Awarded ACCA “Approved Employer” Status

NGC sponsors tobago cycling classic 2012

NGC sponsors tobago cycling classic 2012

Pigging Major Milestone

Pigging Major Milestone

NGC Webinar - The Structure, History and Role of the Natural Gas Industry - 2013-08-22

NGC Webinar – The Structure, History and Role of the Natural Gas Industry – 2013-08-22

On Thursday, August 22, 2013 NGC hosted a Free Webinar “The Structure, History and Role of the Natural Gas Industry”. It was presented by Richard Jobity (Business Analyst, Enterprise Risk Management, NGC).

NGC TVC - Natural Gas uses

NGC TVC – Natural Gas uses

NGC TVC - How to detect gas leaks outdoors

NGC TVC – How to detect gas leaks outdoors

NGC TVC - How to detect gas leaks indoors

NGC TVC – How to detect gas leaks indoors