Tasman Leader : July 4th 2013
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Phone Harold at Tree Services. Free Quotes. Ph 546-7597. Permanent Position as Laundry Hand in Industrial Department The person we require: Will have a reasonable level of fitness as some lifting is required Must have neat and tidy work habits Must be able to work under pressure as strict time frames are involved Sewing ability preferred but not essential Must be reliable and able to work during school holidays. Hours of work: Monday to Friday 30 - 40 hours per week. If this sounds like you please contact Bays Apparelmaster 03 528 0655 5459678AB MOTUEKA HIGH SCHOOL PART-TIME CLEANER We seek an enthusiastic, motivated person to join our team -- 20 hours per week -- 1pm-5pm week days. This is a permanent position. For job description information and application form - please go to our school website www.motuekahigh.school.nz Our People / Vacancies or phone the office 528 9050 for posting. Applications close at 4.00pm -- Monday 8 July 2013 Contact Person: Megan Coleman/Paula Dempsey Note -- Completed application forms must accompany all CVs and covering letters. Today's Learners, Tomorrow's Leaders 5479753AA Part time casual position with varying hours (mainly weekends and school holidays) We are looking for a mature, reliable and trustworthy person who must have a passion for pets and their care. The role involves caring for pets in their own home whilst their owners are away and walking dogs. You will need to live in Richmond, be physically fit, able to work on your own initiative and in all weathers. You must be available over Christmas/New Year, have experience with cats and dogs, have a mobile phone, computer and a car. Please email CVs/application of interest to email@example.com PET SITTER - RICHMOND SITUATIONS VACANT BEEKEEPING LABOURER Seasonal Position MOTUEKA BASED Must have/be: • No bee allergies • Physically strong • Reliable • Available 40+hours per week Prefer Full driver s licence Contact: 03 528 8174 PERMANENT RELIEF COURIER DRIVER MOTUEKA SATURDAYS: Early start DG Licence preferred. Must be fit & reliable. Phone: 0274 716 723. 5357187AA Looking for a Job? The only job site dedicated to Nelson Tasman www.mycareernelson.co.nz we want to know about it Delivery issues? phone 0800 800 515 LINEN DISPATCH PERSON Bays Apparelmaster require a linen dispatch person for our very busy commercial laundry based in Motueka. The person we are seeking: Must be physically fit as lifting is involved Have pride in the job they do and have neat and tidy work habits Must be able to work to time frames and have good time management skills Be able to work extended hours during the summer season Be looking for permanent work, no transient people thanks. Most of all be a team player. If you fit this criteria and are keen to join a progressive business in sunny Motueka Send your application and CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org BAYS APPARELMASTER 30A Hau Road, Motueka Phone: 03 528 0655 Workout: Swedish rugby players Lene Lykke-Olesen and Sara Lennvall train at the ASB Aquatic and Fitness Centre. Photo: ALDEN WILLIAMS Swedes train in rugby zone Stoke Rugby Club has two internationals among its ranks. But you won't find them pull- ing on the club's division one men's strip each Saturday. Swedes Sara Lennvall, 25, and Lene Lykke-Olesen, 22, have been playing for the Stoke senior women's team since arriv- ing here in April and will return home after the Nelson Bays club final against Waimea Old Boys on July 13. Both have test experience with the Swedish women's team; halfback Lene having played five tests since her debut against Finland in 2011, while hooker Sara's sole test to date was also against Finland in 2009. They both play for the cham- pion Enko ¨ping Rugby Klubb, regarded as Sweden's most suc- cessful rugby club in both the women's and men's divisions. They're in New Zealand to learn more about the game in what they both consider to be the world's top rugby nation. They've been staying with Nelson-based Swede Hans Krabo in Pigeon Valley, Hans having grown up with Sara's father. And it's that family con- nection which has provided an obvious link with Nelson as they further their rugby educations. Hans has been living in Pigeon Valley almost 25 years after previously immigrating to Christchurch. Stoke women's coach, Cyril Collier, admitted he wasn't sure what to expect after learning the pair were keen to play for Stoke. But he's been pleasantly sur- prised by their attitude and ability. I thought, we'll see what we can teach them,'' he said. When they arrived, the first training [I saw] that they are obviously used to playing copy-book rugby because they warm up really well, they've got good ball skills. They are really good girls. If I had a team full of them, I'd be really pleased -- no nonsense, no drama, [they] just get on with the game. They play like blokes.'' Both players have slotted comfortably into the side, with Lene's versatility one of her strengths. She's played everywhere from flanker, lock, halfback, second five [eighth] and wing, so she's very versatile.'' As for the player herself, she doesn't really mind what num- ber's on her back. As long as I'm on the pitch I'm happy,'' she said, although she admitted her preferred pos- ition is halfback. Sara's arrival helped to fill a hole in the front row. We didn't have a hooker, so that's where she went,'' Cyril said. She'd be just as good on the side of the scrum. Sara's just nuggety as . . . she just has a go all the time.'' Visiting New Zealand had always been high on their respective bucket lists. New Zealand has always beenadreamformetogoto because I love the country,'' Sara said. It's an amazing country and it's as far as we can come from Sweden. Back at home, the big rugby country is New Zealand. When you talk about rugby, nobody really knows about it at home.'' Lene agreed. Here, you see rugby every- where. You see rugby in stores, you see players in [television] commercials. Everyone knows rugbyhere. . .andevenifyou haven't played, you still know the game.'' Having played at test level, both have been able to handle the physicality of the New Zea- land game. But there have still been differences. The pace is much higher here,'' Sara said. Also, the individual skills are a bit higher,'' Lene said. At home, you have to learn every- thing from scratch.'' Their rugby experience has extended beyond the local club grounds. They were in Christ- church to watch the All Blacks beat France and are returning south on Friday to watch the Crusaders play the Chiefs. They've steadily forged a strong bond with their Stoke clubmates. They're great, they're abso- lutely lovely and they've really been taking good care of us. They're very welcoming,'' Sara said. They hope to return the favour by helping Stoke finally beat Waimea in the final. They've played them three times this season and lost all three, alth- ough by slender margins. We just have to play together as a team and go for it,'' Lene said. It's really fun when you start with a team. We've been playing the whole season and it's fun to see that development, to see how the team's come together.''
July 11th 2013