The Border Watch : January 15th 2014
26 SHOOTING EMPLOYMENT Carter Holt Harvey Woodproducts Australia is Australia’s largest and most comprehensive wood manufacturing, distribution and sales business, with manufacturing sites across the country, and a commitment to the growth, health and safety of its employees. This opportunity is in our Caboolture Operation, located within the beautiful Moreton Bay Region of Queensland, only 44kms north of Brisbane. Carter Holt Harvey is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and qualfi ed Saw Doctor. Reporting to the Process Improvement Team for the CHH Timber business, this ‘hands on’ position is responsible for effi ciently and safely changing and setting up green mill production machines for optimum productivity, recovery and compliance with quality control systems. The successful applicant must be trade qualifi ed. To apply, send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information phone Wayne Green on (07)5428 9111 638473 VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Good scores in supershoot THE Mount Gambier Gun Club held its annual two day supershoot on the weekend with the conditions proving favourable for the shooters attending. A total of 112 competitors travelled from across the country to participate in six events held across the two days, vying for a share of the $17,000 worth of prizes on offer. SHADFORTH FINANCIAL SERVICES POINTSCORE: Geoff Moore (AA), Sam Rundell (A), Lachie Wilde (B) and Tom Jorgensen (C). The Shadforth Financial Services 25 target pointscore championship event was fi rst up on Saturday where Geoff Moore 78/78 took out the AA from Greg Hipwell 75/78. Sam Rundell 87/87 won the A grade after a shoot off from Hayden Megaw 84/87 while Lachie Wilde 74/75 claimed the B grade and Tom Jorgensen 67/75 won the C grade. The next event was the Mount Gambier Bendigo Community Bank 25 target single barrel championship where a number of shooters attained perfect scores and after shoot offs the winners were Lisa Hawker (AA) 53/53, Dougal Simson (A) 25/25, John Taarnby (B) 25/25 and Andrew Jenkins (C) 21/25. Harvestco are currently seeking to employ full-time harvester and forwarder operators, experience preferred, with the following skills: • Strong commitment to OHS • Ability to work unsupervised • Mechanical knowledge would be an advantage • Sound computer skills To apply contact Harvestco on: 0417847767 or email email@example.com 638471 ATTIWILLS HOME INDUSTRY DOUBLE BARREL: Geoff McLean (AA), Gary Schmidt (A), Brian Smith (B), Andrew Jenkins (C) and Ian Attiwill (sponsor). BENDIGO BANK SINGLE BARREL: Mount Gambier Bendigo Community Bank single barrel winners Lisa Hawker (AA), Dougal Simson (A), John Taarnby (B) and Andrew Jenkins (C). Attiwills Home Industry double barrel event kicked off in the afternoon with 24 shooters claiming perfect scores. A series of shoots offs eventually declared the winners with Geoff McLean claiming the AA grade with 110/110, Gary Schmidt took out the A grade 29/29, Brian Smith was the B grade winner on 58/58 and Andrew Jenkins just claimed the C grade title 24/25. Sunday saw more fi ne conditions and the opening event was the Zema Wines 25 target single barrel championship and the winners were Andrew Aldersey 24/27 for the B grade, Andrew Evans 33/33 in the AA grade, Bill Jorgensen 25/25 taking the A grade title and Andrew Jenkins 18/25 in the C grade. Wanted: Support Workers (More than 1 Position) SA Support Services is an non-profi t supported accommodation agency. We provide services to socially and cognitively disadvantaged young men, including tenancy support, life skill development, and learning for re-entering the community. • We are looking for people who have: • A passion and commitment for working with people from disadvantaged background • An ability to engage people on a genuine and sincere level • Common sense, a conscientious attitude and an eye for detail. • Life experience. • Job criteria include Senior First Aid & a relevant Certifi cate 3/4 (or be willing to acquire), & a drivers licence. Positions can be full time or part-time. Some commitment to shift work will be required. Go to www.sasupportservices.org.au for an application form. 638245 CORSIUIA GB POINTSCORE: John Pay (AA), Greg Kessegian (A), Andrew Jenkins (C) and Dick Ayres (sponsor). ZEMA WINES SINGLE BARREL: Andrew Aldersey (B), Andrew Evans (AA), Bill Jorgensen (A), Andrew Jenkins (C) and Demetrio Zema (sponsor). The following event was Corsiuia GB 25 target pointscore championship was shot with gusto and seven shooters claimed perfect scores resulting another round of shoot offs. John Pay took out the AA grade, Greg Kessegian 84/84 claimed the A grade win after taking down Sheridan Morley 83/84, Andrew Jenkins claimed the C grade once more with 69/75 from Ton Jorgensen 54/75. The fi nal event was the Trident Tyre Centre 25 target double barrel championship with a wide range of prizes on offer shooters were keen to take out a win with shoot offs held in all grades. Max Medhurst took out the AA grade with 151/151 over Craig Kelly 150/151, Bill Jorgensen 67/67 won the A grade, John Taarnby 29/29 took out the B grade and Tom Jorgensen 25/25 claimed the C grade win. The Gambier Shooting Supplies overall high gun was won by Ashley Bolwell 293/300 after a shoot off with Geoff Moore who took out the AA win 245/250. Other winners included Ethan Domney 229/250 in the B grade, Sam Rundell 243/250 in the A grade, Andrew Jenkins 212/250 in the C grade, Bob Andrews 238/250 veteran winner and James Hayden was the junior winner with 233/250. TRIDENT TYRE CENTRE DOUBLE BARREL: Max Medhurst (AA), Bill Jorgensen (A), John Taarnby (B) and, Tom Jorgensen C. GAMBIER SHOOTING SUPPLIES OVERALL: Overall winner Ashley Bolwell with club president Andrew Hoare. Phone 1800 534 229 www.legacy.com.au WE SALUTE YOU 26 - The Border Watch, Wednesday, January 15, 2014 HIGH GUNS: Lisa Hawker (women), Ashley Bolwell (overall), Ethan Domney (B), Geoff Moore (AA), Sam Rundell (A), Andrew Jenkins (C), Bob Andrews (veteran) and James Hayden (junior).
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