Tasman Leader : September 12th 2013
33 THE TASMAN LEADER, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 SPORT/CLASSIFIEDS WANTED TO BUY BUYING ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES FROM single items to estates. Old rifles , am- munition and military items. Top cash for scrap gold and silver jewellery, coins and watches. Wanting old tools, fountain pens, postcards and rugby items, ph Tim Gladstone 548-5235 0800-653935. OPEN DAY Saturday 14 September 1pm to 4pm You are welcome to visit us and view our facility to see how we can suit your needs • Family owned and operated Retirement Village • 1 bedroom apartments available for a Licence to Occupy • Rest Home and Respite also available. For those who wish to remain independent these serviced apartments allow a good quality of life with support. Helen Coombs will be available at 49 Wensley Road to show you around. PROPERTY FOR SALE Hand Tools TOP Prices, Cash Paid, Woodworking, gardening, engineering, antique. Garage or shed items. Seek a second opinion. Trading 19 years at Nelson Saturday Market. Phone Mike 547-3751 MOTUEKA rooms to let. From $95pw, incl. pwr & ph. Own room, shared fa- cilities, long term pref. Phone (03)527-8578 or 0274 305 051. HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION M/HOME 5bth, s/c. Ph 5464253 www.caravan- corner.wordpress.com/ TO LET BOARD Glenn's Vacancies No Upfront Letting Fees. Houses and Flats, all sizes, all areas. Call any time Ph 547 7718. Text List 027 434 0192. www.nelson4u.co.nz. Passionate about people & property. Can do! CARAVAN WANTED. Med - large, to sleep 4, nice and tidy, for approx 4 mths. Phone 021 0248 3410 TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ADVERTISING ADVERTISING RATES The charge for an advertisement will be in accordance with the published rate card applying at the time for the publication, unless we agree otherwise in writing. Advertising rates are subject to periodic review. 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Jacqueline Organics Ltd, Ph 548-8822 GREAT therapeutic massage. Ph/Txt 027 230 4658, 548-1718. BEAUTY HEALTH & FITNESS OCEANIA BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU Free seminars at Tahuna dojo with NZ Head Instructor in this modern dynamic martial art. Sat, 21st September - 11am Kids, 2pm Adults Call/text Shane 021 293 7240 Dont miss out Classifeds Deadline Tuesday 12 noon Brighten your ad with a single colour classifed for only 50% more WANTED TO RENT Agile: Motueka's Jorge Serrano attempts an acrobatic tackle during the Gould & Tout Trophy final in Richmond on Saturday. Photos: CHRIS SYME/SHUTTERSPORT Great season for Motueka Heads up: Motueka's Benjamin Engerbakk rises high for a header. On target: Motueka striker Matt Eastham lines up a shot with Alex Balkhausen in support. Airborne: Motueka goalie Zdenek Podolan in action. By ALASTAIR PAULIN Motueka s top football team ended the season with a loss in the final of the Gould & Tout Trophy but were still delighted with their overall performance. They won division two, came within a whisker of taking the Tasman Trophy, which pits the top second division teams against the bottom first division ones, and made the final of the Gould & Tout. In both the Tasman Trophy and the Gould & Tout, their nemesis was a bigger and stronger Nelson Suburbs Seals team, who beat them 2-0 at Jubilee Park last Saturday. Player-coach Stefan Lis said the team started the season incredibly strongly , reeling off five straight wins by big margins, including a 16-0 drubbing of Nelson College, which he called the biggest result since I was 9 . The start of the season was a dream. We were just unbelievable. We were playing incredibly attractive football, a flowing passing game and we had good under- standing. It was the best football I d seen in a long time . In round six, they drew with the Seals and later some changes in players meant the team hit a rough patch in mid-season but they held on to take out the division. In Saturday s Gould & Tout final the team never found their feet , Stefan said. We were quite scrappy in the first half but it didn t flow for us, he said. They are quite a physical team that you have match and we ve got quite a few rather slight players. They cut off our space and our time. The Seals first goal came from a direct free kick which was well struck, looping over the defensive wall and dipping under the crossbar into the top left corner. Their second came off a header from a corner, showcasing their superior aerial game, Stefan said. Motueka clawed back into the game in the second half but could not convert their chances, with a well- struck left-foot shot from Josh Fraser beating the keeper, only to bounce off the post. Stefan said the talented, multin- ational team had worked hard all year and deserved their league suc- cess, even if post-season honours eluded them. The Motueka Masters won the 4th Division Cup beating Suburbs 1-0 in a tough and evenly fought game adding to their 2013 4th division League title and the Motueka High School girls team won the second division women s title, making this Motueka AFC s best overall season in many years.
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