Kapi-Mana News : June 14th 2011
35 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JUNE 14, 2011 SPORT 2591780AB Service Centre "We care about people" Fetu Rakesh Dylan Graham Tom BOOK NOW PHONE 237 7979 or online www.poriruamotors.co.nz WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS WE ALSO PROVIDE AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SERVICES Richard Brad Jos Mel To ny 12 NORRIE ST, PORIRUA OPEN 6 DAYS An experienced team you can trust Full vehicle diagnostics, starters & alternators Warrants Of Fitness while you wait Career Development & Training 0800 227 836 For more info & free brochure ph Be an Awesome Bartender Professional Waiter NZQA Recognized Student Loans & Allowances Your classroom is a Licensed Bar & Restaurant NZ's best bar & hospitality school Choice of Part Time, Full Time Day or Night Classes THE PROFESSIONAL BAR & RESTAURANT SCHOOL T SCHOO O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O OL L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L Enrolling now for 2011 So don't miss out! INSTORE DEMONSTRATORS / BRAND PROMOTIONS Part-time We need Demonstrators to introduce a wide range of products to customers through instore samplings and cooking demonstrations. You need to be well presented, have an engaging personality, good energy, and excellent interpersonal skills. These roles are part time but are ongoing in nature. Flexibility in working hours and days is necessary along with a reliable vehicle. Excellent training is provided together with a supportive team environment. Self managing is important and therefore honesty and integrity are absolute must haves! Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit. The following are ESSENTIALS: A car and full NZ drivers license • A cell phone • Excellent communication skills (both written & verbal) • Access to the internet (broadband) • Please send cover letter and CV to Gayle Smith, Recruitment and Training Manager, Demoworks Ltd, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0274 877 800 -- Interviews available this week!! 3800094AA/wh Teacher WanTed Our preschool is looking for a quali ed and registered teacher with great communication skills and has a good grasp of both English and Samoan languages. We would love to hear from you, so please send letter of application and CV to: aig P i aog am t PO Box 53 035 c o s c k, Po i u . Fo fu t i fo m tio pl s o t t c t i B ow o 237 9169 3804628 Educational Vacancies SHELL SERVICE STATION MANA Looking for a BUBBLY BARISTA • Fun and responsible • Attention to detail • Clean & presentable • Sense of humour • Customer service focused If it's a tick for all the above then email your cover letter and CV before the 20/6/11 to raswinder.singh@ suchenergy.co.nz 3806282 WRL Premiership Saturday 18th June Reserves 1pm Premiers 2.30pm Porirua v Randwick Ascot Park St George v University Cannons Creek Petone v Te Aroha McEwan Park Upper Hutt v Wainuiomata Whakatiki Street For all other draws visit our website To receive the weekly e-newsletter with all Wellington Rugby League news & events email email@example.com Proud supporters of local rugby league 3732829AD St Pat's test Norths in punishing match Northern United remain unbeaten for the season but survived a stern test from Marist St Pat's as the Jubilee Cup round of club rugby got under way on Saturday. Forwards Aiden Cains and John Fata both spent time in the sin bin but MSP, despite controlling much of the play, could not turn their numerical advantage into points. The 13-8 scoreline in Norths' favour at Porirua Park was indicative of the wet conditions, making the home side's usual expansive play difficult. MSP crossed for a try early in the first half and played the better rugby, getting more numbers to the breakdown. They deserved their 8-6 half- time lead, Norths staying within touching distance, thanks to the boot of James So'oialo. Where the home side got par- ity was in the scrums, with Hurricanes prop Jacob Ellison at the head of a monster effort, MSP's pack pushed off the ball time and again. It took until the final quarter for Norths to win it, a mistake by MSP centre Apoua Stewart in clearing a kick from his own line seized upon by Norths -- Ellison capped a huge game by scoring the match-winning try. Tawa, meanwhile, lost its first game in the Hardham Cup, 32-3 to Avalon, whom they had beaten the week earlier. It was a clash of two teams who had dropped down from the Swindale Shield, but it was a one-sided affair at Fraser Park. This weekend, Norths host Hutt Old Boys-Marist at Porirua Park, and Tawa play Old Boys-University at Lyndhurst Park. Both games kick off at 2.15pm due to the Hurricanes match at Westpac Stadium later that evening. Vikings emerge victorious Porirua Vikings went to the enemy's headquarters and came away with a massive win on Saturday in club rugby league action. It has been a season of ups and downs but lately they have been unstoppable, racking up 80-point wins. Although their 22-18 win over Wainuiomata at Wise Park was as tough as it gets with the forwards seeing much more work than the backs, it was likely to be more satisfying. It took a late try to grab the win, with the home side not helping their cause by having a man sinbinned as the clock was running down. Vikings fullback Johnny Teleaga continues to shine, with his moment of brilliance to set up Caine Kelopa the stand-out moment in a match played in heavy conditions. The result puts the Vikings top of the table on 14 points, with Wainui one point back. St George, meanwhile, lost the battle of the cellar- dwellers, 26-20, to Upper Hutt. In the reserve grade, the Vikings stay top after defeating Wainui 48-10. St George are third following their 54-0 drubbing of Upper Hutt.
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