The South Eastern Times : March 9th 2017
Classifi eds ACN: 087 445 654 Job Opportunities - iHSD Production Team A member of the de Bruin Group, de Bruin Engineering Pty Ltd is located regionally in Mount Gambier. de Bruin Engineering is a focussed business dedicated to commercialising and manufacturing the iHSD - Integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (www.ihsd. com). iHSD is agricultural machinery that provides an innovative form of harvest weed seed management for commercial cropping organisations. de Bruin Engineering has the exclusive worldwide license to manufacture and distribute this exciting new technology. To keep pace with demand for iHSD, de Bruin Engineering is seeking applications for the following positions on its iHSD production team: All applicants will be: willing to comply with regulatory and de Bruin Group policies and procedures. Agricultural Engineer Mechanical Engineering Degree. National White Card. General Engineering skills. CAD 2D and 3D skills essential. Electrical and Hydraulics experience an advantage. 5 years previous experience in a similar role/industry. Practical experience in cropping/ harvesting an advantage. Previous employment involving safety or quality assurance programmes. Enjoy technical activities and working with hands. Interest in machinery. Able to work accurately applying manual, technical and practical skills. Able to trouble shoot and solve problems. Word and Excel, including good report writing abilities. Secondary education demonstrating ability to calculate circumference and volume. Forklift Licence. Basic Dogging. National White Card. 1 year’s previous experience in a similar role/industry. exposure to fabricating, machining or a related trade would be seen as advantageous. An immediate start is available for the right applicants. For more information and to obtain a copy of the de Bruin Group Application Form and applicable Position Description please visit the ‘career opportunities’ section on the de Bruin Group web site www.debruingroup.com.au. Applications are to be sent via email or post as follows: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Post: The Human Resources Manager, de Bruin Group, PO Box 52, Mount Gambier, SA, 5290 Applications close Friday 31 March 2017. 711128 Legacy helps brave families who’ve lost a loved one in the defence force. Please donate to keep us going. Phone 1800 534 229 www.legacy.com.au WE SALUTE YOU 28 - The South Eastern Times, Thursday, March 9, 2017 BOWLS RESULTS LOweR South east Bowling Association preliminary final results. Friday Pennant: Division 1: Mount Gambier 56/12 d Port MacDonnell 53/2. Division 2: Millicent Red 60/12 d Millicent Blue 40/2. RSL 35/0. Division 3: Robe 40/14 d Mount Gambier Grand final to be played March 24. Saturday Pennant: Division 1: Mount Gambier RSL Red 100/16 d Lucindale 50/0. Grand final: Mount Gambier RSL Blue v Mount Gambier RSL Red. Division 2: Mount Gambier RSL Red 57/2 lt Naracoorte RSL 72/14. Grand final: Kalangadoo v Naracoorte RSL. Division 3: Port MacDonnell 89/14 d Millicent Red 64/2. Grand final: Mount Gambier RSL Red v Port MacDonnell. Division 4 Red: Naracoorte 62/2 lt Millicent 67/14. Grand final: Beachport v Millicent. Division 4 Blue (second v third): Millicent Gold 52/12 d Naracoorte 30/2. Grand final: Mount Gambier v Millicent Gold. *Grand final to be played March 25. Mid week Pennant: Port MacDonnell 49/2 lt Mount Gambier Blue 57/12. Grand final (March 20): Mount Gambier Red v Mount Gambier Blue. BIG wINNeRS: Millicent claimed the Mount Gambier and District cricket Hall Trophy title with a 1/115 score as opposed to West Gambier’s 110. Harry Tunkin and Josh Werchon retired on 30, while Jaxon Cushion managed 20 not out and Jed Haines finished with an unbeaten 21 to contribute to the score. Harry Willis, Tunkin and Finley Altschwager took charge with the ball, claiming two wickets apiece to have West Gambier all out for 110 before comfortably surpassing their opponents total. Pictured is Jacob Todd (back left), Will O`Connor, Laura Chester, Harry Tunkin, Corey Baker, Jaxon Cushion, coach Luke Cushion, Alex Wesolowski (front left), Josh Werchon, captain Harry Willis, Jed Haines, Ellis Cushion, Finley Altschwager. Division 3 claims victory Millicent 11 d central Magpies 7 THE Division 3 Millicent team faced-off against Central Magpies on Saturday and recorded an 11-7 win. The Bandits performed well with the bat on the day, collecting 13 safe hits to Central’s eight. Peter Manning was the stand-out batter for the Millicent side, with four hits for the game and three RBI’s. Bandits’ pitchers Jack We need everyone’s help to buy aircraft and keep the ROYAL FLYING DOCTOR fl ying. Please send your donations to: PO Box 1426, Mount Gambier, SA 5290 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au Hateley and Darren Pink also did well to hold back the Central batters. Late in the game a few errors by Millicent fielders allowed Central to score some easy runs. Bandits fielders made a few errors late in the game to let Central score some easy runs. The side will need to elimi- nate these errors when they come up against Central again this week in the first finals game if it is to advance further. 28 SPORT Mixed pennant results MILLICENT Bowling Club returned mixed results from the open pennants preliminary finals on the weekend. division 3 - port Macdonnell 89 d Millicent red 64 MILLICENT’S Division 3 Red team suffered a disappointing loss to Port MacDonnell on Saturday to miss out on playing in the grand final on March 25. Wayne Burris, Dawn Bellman, Herb Henderson and Adriana Ross found the conditions difficult and after being behind at the break by four shots, struggled in the second half to be defeated 18-31. John Drew, Denis Clifford, David Reichelt and Peter Rice were out-played in the first half to trail 3-19, before lifting their game after the break. However, it was too little too late for the Millicent team as it recorded a 21-35 loss. Bob Baxter, Malcolm Wright, Terry Lonergan and Rob Chambers put in their best efforts to claim a close 25-23 win, but it was not enough to save the grand final dream. division 4 red - Millicent 67 d naracoorte 62 DIVISION 4 Red secured a place in the grand final for Millicent after a tightly fought match against Naracoorte in Saturday’s preliminary final. The team of Arnold Damhuis, Mary Clifford, Bruce Pettman and Graham Parsons dominated their rink to reach half-time with a 14 shot lead, before continuing to play well after the break to claim a convincing 36-15 win. Dell Parsons, Jim Earl, Ed Fitter and Dennis Schultz lacked their normal dominance and suffered an unfortunate 8-27 loss. Colin Pye, Ella Pietersma, Sarah Ross and Ray Doecke found themselves down at the break 6-10, but with an impressive second half they pulled through to record a 23-20 win, securing the overall win and the associated grand final position. division 4 Blue - Millicent gold 52 d naracoorte 30 THE Division 4 Blue’s Millicent Gold team handled the conditions well on the Mount Gambier green to secure a well-deserved win against Naracoorte to advance on to the grand final. Alan Strother, Cliff Elton, Damon Hogg and Doug Chilton dominated for the length of their match, with the side claiming an easy 39-8 victory. With Ken Taylor unfit to play, a last minute call went out to Betty Pretty to skipper for Frank Weber, Sam Scholfield and Mario Rodaro. After a slow start seeing them down by eight shots at the break it was a matter of holding on for Pretty’s team, with the side going down 13-22 which still enabled an overall win for the team.
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