Tasman Leader : September 26th 2013
33 THE TASMAN LEADER, SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 SPORT/CLASSIFIEDS A1 HOUSE Washing Specialist. For a sparkly clean wash. Ph Ross 027 221 2124 or 544 6808. CAREER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING Hospitality Short Courses Learn the skills you need to know, and get your C.V. to the top of the pile for employment in hospitality, or kick start your career in this exciting industry. Courses start on various dates in 2013, visit nmit.ac.nz for details. > Bar Managers > Introduction to Espresso > Food Safety > Bartenders ENROL NOW See nmit.ac.nz or call 0800 422 733 for more information CAREER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING COURSES TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS • NEW online courses! • Motueka Comprehensive Tues - Wed 8th - 9th October • Essential Tues 8th October • Revalidation Wed 9th October 0800 RED CROSS Ph 546 5012 KNOW IT BEFORE YOU NEED IT 5645606AA FIT person to mow lawn, Ruby Bay. Must have own equipment. Ph 540-3034 SITUATIONS VACANT Don't work 9 -5! 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SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED TO RENT 3BDRM+ house Rich- mond, fully fenced, heat pump, pref modern with study or 4th bdrm & backyard for conscien- tious small family. Long term. Ph 027 526 6220. CAREER DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING 0800 422 733 nmit.ac.nz FEE FREE* *Conditions apply Certificate in Horticulture Study while you work with our: BEAUTY HEALTH & FITNESS FAT BURNING FOOD advice that works. 1G2 price 1 hour consultations $30 for September. Jacqueline Organics Ltd, Ph 548-8822 GREAT therapeutic massage. Ph/Txt 027 230 4658, 548-1718. COMPUTERS COMPUTER PROBLEMS? Computer Rescue 0800 221 333 Slow? Infected? Broken? Locally owned & operated helping you since 1996 No Call-out fees* Free pick-up & delivery* We quote, no surprises! Work 100% guaranteed *Nelson Stoke Tahunanui Alawhai Richmond Hope Brightwater Appleby 5641982AA FIREWOOD A1 SEASONED pine mix, $190, 3.6m3. Wai-iti Wood. 541-8579. AVAILABLE now, quality firewood. Delivered to all areas. Motueka Firewood Deliveries. Ph: 528 7231 ORDER now, dry poplar, off cuts, season beech. Delivered Riwaka to Nelson. Phone: Bay Firewood: 03 525 9560 or 027 769 6348. FOR SALE GARDEN sheds carports kitset or erected Ph 0800VERSATILE (0800 73 77 28). TUITION HEAD START READING PROGRAMME For beginners and struggling young readers. I am a fully qualified experienced literacy specialist offering one-to-one tuition. Reading should be rewarding and fun. Call Elaine on 548-0994 and find out what I can offer your child. Brighten your ad with a single colour classifed for only 50% more Dont miss out Classifeds Deadline Tuesday 12 noon 1 BDRM flat or cottage required in Richmond, Stoke Waimea / Brightwater area. Ph 544 0559. On high: Fitz Gessler of the Motueka senior B boys team, Cable Price AND1, takes control of the ball during last week's game against the Nayland Cougars. Photo: JUDY THORP Motueka teams make the grade On song: Hayden Feaver, left, of the Motueka Chiefs, in action against the Waimea Giants. Photo: JUDY THORP Two Motueka basketball teams beat adversity and all-comers to take their grades in last week's round-up tournament of the Nelson college basketball season. Organised by the Nelson Bas- ketball Association the tourna- ment saw Motueka's senior B boys side, Cable Price AND1, which is made up of last year's juniors who won the title and moved through to the senior ranks, take their grade's title with a 62-53 win over the Nay- land Cougars. The Motueka jun- ior boys team, the Motueka Chiefs, also took their grade with a 48-19 win over the Wai- mea Giants. Spokesperson Leanne McIntosh said both teams had a rough start to their seasons. The junior's had problems finding a coach until her son and Senior A player Robert McIntosh stepped up and took charge. And the Motueka senior B boys teams took a pounding when first positioned in the A-grade ranks, but found its feet when re-positioned in the B-grade. In addition both teams had to travel each week to Nelson to play and the temporary loss of Saxton Stadium to flood damage meant the games were shifted across a range of venues. The tournament wound up last Wednesday. Leanne thanked all the coaches involved, parents, man- ager Steve Satherley and Liz Travers. Without everyone's help we would not have been able to do it,'' she said.
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