The Border Watch : November 7th 2013
24 SPORT VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Errock in state final Wins regional singles title CASUAL housekeeper and casual F&B attendant required. Must have experience. Service in breakfast, dinner, function and bar work. Available most days. Drop resume to 300 Jubilee Highway. Motel under new management. MOUNT Gambier Bowling Club member Brad Errock has won the right to go to Adelaide and play at the State Open Singles after defeating Millicent’s John Scudds. Errock met Scudds in the final of the regional play Phone 1800 534 229 www.legacy.com.au WE SALUTE YOU offs last Wednesday and after a close and exciting match it was Errock who claimed the win 25-23. The men’s pennant Division 1 Red teams travelled to Port MacDonnell on Saturday for week four of competition. In prime weather conditions the Mount Gambier players bowled to their best by defeating Port MacDonnell 68-63. Bill Brehmer, Graham Dent, Ian Von Stanke CHRISTIAN PASTORAL SUPPORT WORKER (Previously known as “School Chaplain”) MILLICENT NORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL Address: Second St, Millicent Schools Ministry Group along with the Millicent Ministers Association are seeking applications for this 14 to 15 hour per week position, commencing Term 1, 2014. The position exists to offer support to students, staff and the school community. A Job and Person Specifi cation, including details on “How to Apply”, is available from Schools Ministry Group on 8378 6800 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 632881 and Bernie Shepherd lost to Adam Wilston’s team 21-24. Garry McIntyre, Brad Errock, Ken Smith and Noel Miller were again on a purple patch, winning their rink 32-17 against Scott Wilson’s quartet, while Daniel Langdon, Peter Radley, Toni Renzi and Gary Widdison lost to Chris Richard’s team 15-22. Division 1 Blue had its first win when it defeated Naracoorte at home 83-61, winning two of the three rinks. Division 2 did not fare as well when it played Kalangadoo at home, losing 59-62, while Division 4 played at Port MacDonnell and could not match their counterparts, losing 65-92. The Division 5 teams did the club proud by defeating Kalangadoo at home 54-39. The Division 1 Mount Gambier women again had SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S LARGEST REGIONAL NEWSPAPER is seeking applications for a Systems Manager An opportunity for a computer literate IT enthusiast with a sound mechanical mind to oversee the computer systems throughout The Border Watch business while having a hands on role with the various production duties associated with a newspaper printing business. This is an exciting opportunity to join South Australia’s leading regional newspaper in a unique and diverse operational business role. To be successful you must have: Excellent computer skills Excellent communication skills An understanding and ability to meet deadlines Common sense and reliability Ability to work alone and in a team environment Attention to detail and pride in your work Applications close Friday, November 8th, 2013. For further information contact: Robin Reid General Manager The Border Watch Ph: (08) 8724 1505 Mob: 0408 849 242 or by email to email@example.com 632461 STATE FINALIST: Mount Gambier Bowls Club’s Brad Errock will compete in Adelaide at the State Open Singles after defeating Millicent’s John Scudds last week. a trying day when they met the Mount Gambier RSL on Friday at their home greens losing 53-34. Del Parsons, Xenia Jones, Nelda Earl and Margaret Marshall were soundly defeated 33-13 by Val Anderson, Shirley Gifford, Barbara Winterfield and Ann Feast. On the other rink Marika Heaver, Leanne Hentschke, Coral Clarke and Beryl Versluis put up a great fight against Jeannette Beaton, Veronica Opie, Glenda Dalton and Jenny Waugh, beating them on the last end by one shot, while the Division 2 women shared the same fate when they travelled to Kingston, losing both rinks. A mixed triples competition was played on Sunday in trying windy conditions. There was only one three game winner being Graham Dent, Xenia Jones and Margaret Marshall with runners-up Kristy Davis, Daniel Langdon and Brad Errock. Port MacDonnell Golf Club reopens THE Port MacDonnell Golf Club has reopened for play after its usual winter closure. The course generally closes with any inclement weather and this year was no different. “There was a fair bit of water laying around this winter,” club captain Matthew Fox said. “We even had an inflatable boat out having a bit of fun. “It’s just something we have to deal with every year but the course has come up really well.” Fox said recent heavy rains had caused a few headaches for greenkeepers but overall everything was looking good for a 9-hole stableford event this Friday. (November 8). “The first week we opened our par 5 eighth hole was too wet so we shortened it to a par 3,” he said. “We were able to open it up but then CarSmart The best place to fi nd your next vehicle EVERY TUESDAY IN THE BORDER WATCH 24 - The Border Watch, Thursday, November 7, 2013 after the heavy rain the course was far too wet to play any golf. “This week it should be open completely for play and we are looking forward to a good night of golf.” Last week saw a strong field of 31 golfers take to the course for the opening ambrose event of the season which Fox said was an excellent result for the club. “Our numbers are looking good with new players coming on board,” he said. “I think our 9-hole events are doing extremely well and people seem interested in the shorter format.” Fox praised volunteer greenkeepers CLUB CHOICE: Club president Mr Mark “Tag” Milstead chose a fishing rod over a fairway wood during the big wet on the first hole at the Port MacDonnell golf course. Garry Boyle and Bryon Coe who he said had done a “magnificent job” bringing the course up to playing standard. “They have done a huge amount of work leading up to the opening because we just can’t get machinery on the course during the wet weather,” he said. “I would rate the course at 7/10 at the moment, the greens are in excellent condition, the fairways have been cut well and the rough is in good condition. “We do have our local rules in play at the moment because some of the ground is soft but people are enjoying it and wanting to come back.” Last week’s four-person ambrose event saw Angus McGregor, Ryan Williams, Matthew Bowd and Zack Williams take the win with a nett 27 1/8 with runners-up Xavier Taylor, Brett Perryman, Simon Perryman and Carn Taylor finishing on a nett 27 7/8. Friday’s 9-hole stableford event tees off from 3.30-4pm.
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