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France vs Spain 65-52 Full Match Basketball World Cup 2014
K.W.Doggett Fine Paper is Australia’s only independent, family owned paper merchant with offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide. We’ve been delivering innovative paper, packaging and label solutions for the last 40 years (that’s 280 dog years).
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Customer Service Supervisor, to join our friendly team in Geebung.
The focus of the role is to ensure the company has the ability to support its growing customer base by providing excellent service to our clients. Reporting to the State Manager – QLD you will provide leadership to the customer service and samples teams.
In this role you will support the sales team by providing prompt and efficient service to all stakeholders, liaise with management to provide our customers with high quality solutions and manage and motivate your team.
To be successful in this position you will be results oriented with a genuine desire to make a significant contribution to the overall performance of the business. Having had a minimum of three years supervisory experience you will be a commercially astute, highly motivated leader able to drive strategic priorities and continuous improvement in a small team. With demonstrated initiative in problem solving and follow through and excellent communication skills you will be well placed for success.
The environment we operate in is one where your contribution is recognised and valued. Employees who are successful in our business are passionate about what they do, deliver on their promises and have the courage to try new things.
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, please call Tracey Beckham, National Human Resources Manager for a confidential discussion on 03 8470 2244 or submit your resume and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday the 9th of October, 2015.
Assertive and positive professional sales person sought for an interesting assignment.
We are a small, but very experienced sales group working, within the digital and offset print markets and have recently added high quality, reel fed ink-jet to our range of offerings in Melbourne.
We always deliver on-time and go to great lengths to ensure that quality and high levels of customer service are at the forefront of our thinking when handling customer work.
The successful applicant will be well paid and for this must have an existing customer base, a full and complete understanding of the modern print industry, be computer literate and, most importantly, a happy and positive outlook. You must be able to demonstrate an ability to solve problems and advise customers as to the best, most ethical solution available. Age, ethnicity or gender is of no consequence, a good work ethic is most important. A printing industry background will be an advantage.
You will own a car and be prepared to deliver work to your customers should our couriers be unavailable.
The job is based close by Melbourne CBD and all applicants must have excellent English language skills and appropriate residency permits with Tax File Number to work in Australia.
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One day after losing big man Matt Howard to injury, Strasbourg reinforced its frontline by signing power forward Romeo Travis to a six-week deal. Travis (2.01 meters, 30 years old) last played in the Philippines, but he was among the top players in the Eurocup last season. Playing for Krasny Oktyabr Volgograd, Travis averaged 14.4 points, was fifth with 7.2 rebounds and had the second-best average performance index in the competition at 19.0 over 16 games. He was twice named MVP of the week in the regular season. His European career has also taken Travis to Spain, where he played for Ciudad de Huelva; Israel (Barak Netanya and Gilboa Galil), Croatia (Zadar), Ukraine (Khimik Yuzhne) and Germany (ratiopharm Ulm and Walter Tigers Tubingen). Romeo co-starred in an award-winning documentary, “More Than a Game”, which recounted his years playing high school basketball in the United States alongside childhood friend LeBron James.
French champion Limoges CSP addressed a need at point guard by signing DaShaun Wood, the club announced Tuesday. Wood (1.85 meters, 30 years old) arrives from Tofas Bursa, where he averaged 14.4 points and 4.1 assists in 28 Turkish League games last season. He started his professional career with Pallacanestro Cantu of Italy. Wood has also played for Benetton Treviso of Italy, Deutsche Bank Skyliners and ALBA Berlin of Germany and Le Mans Sarthe Basket of France. He helped ALBA win the German Cup title in 2013 and lifted the French Leaders Cup with Le Mans in 2014. Wood brings Euroleague experience too; he played the 2012-13 Turkish Airlines Euroleague with ALBA, with whom he averaged 9.8 points on 43.2% three-point shooting and 2.5 assists in 23 games. Limoges was in need of point guard help after losing presumed starter Randy Culpepper to injury.
The 2015-16 Euroleague Fantasy Challenge is ready for the world’s most passionate basketball fans to again manage their own Turkish Airlines Euroleague teams. Now in its 12th edition, the fantasy companion to Europe’s best basketball has engaged hundreds of thousands of players over the past decade, while rewarding hundreds of winners with coveted prizes. Euroleague Fantasy Challenge is more than just a game, but a contest too, with great prizes awarded all season long. As always, the Grand Prize allows the winner and a friend the ultimate Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four experience: to be special guests of the Euroleague at the 2016 Final Four in Berlin including four nights at the hotel, two VIP tickets to the games and the opportunity to celebrate on court with the new champions. So what are you waiting for? Start thinking now about all the teams you can build and manage and – who knows? – maybe you can be our very special guest at the 2016 Final Four! Remember to use the hashtag #EuroleagueFantasy to talk about the game on social media, all season long!
Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade
- Nemanja Dangubic will miss the start of the season due to a hip problem.
- Marko Tejic is sidelined with an ankle injury.
FC Bayern Munich
- Maxi Kleber is still sidelined and not expected to play in the near future.
- FC Bayern Munich has been without Vasilije Micic and Bryce Taylor so far this season. Both players – especially Taylor – are expected to be back soon.
- Pero Antic and Ricky Hickman have been practicing with the team, but did not step on court in the team’s World Tour games in Brooklyn and Oklahoma City. Hickman is not expected back until late November.
Khimki Moscow Region
- Paul Davis sat out in the VTB League last weekend, but is expected to play against Real Madrid.
- Jeffery Taylor missed his team’s Spanish League opener and is questionable against Khimki.
- Matt Howard was elbowed by a teammate in practice and suffered an orbital fracture, which will keep him out for six weeks.
- Romeo Travis signed a short-term deal this week as a replacement for Howard.
Anadolu Efes Istanbul
- Nenad Krstic is out indefinitely due to a knee injury.
- Cedi Osman and Dogus Balbay did not travel to France and will miss the season opener against Limoges CSP.
- Toni Katic is expected to be sidelined for two weeks due to a knee problem.
Laboral Kutxa Vitoria
- Davis Bertans is still recovering from his knee injury and is not yet inscribed in the competition.
- Tornike Shengelia is out for at least five more weeks due to a knee problem.
- Laboral signed power forward Kristjan Kangur, who was registered in time to play this week.
- Randy Culpepper is out due to a hand injury.
- Mark Payne and Ali Traore did not play in the French League this weekend.
- Limoges signed playmaker DaShaun Wood. If registered in time, he will be ready to face Efes.
EA7 Emporio Armani Milan
- Coach Jasmin Repesa has his team’s entire roster available for the game against Laboral.
- Olympiacos is without Othello Hunter, who is not expected to play in the next two weeks.
FC Barcelona Lassa
- Samardo Samuels is likely out for four more weeks due to a hand injury.
- Juan Carlos Navarro returned to action in the Spanish League last weekend.
Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar
- Anthony Randolph re-joined the team last week and is expected to play against Panathinaikos. He didn’t play in his team’s VTB League game last weekend.
- Nikos Pappas and Eleftherios Bochiridis will be sidelined for one month.
Pinar Karsiyaka Izmir
- Joe Ragland did not play in the Turkish League this weekend. His status is uncertain.
Stelmet Zielona Gora
- J.R. Reynolds did not play in the Polish League this weekend and is questionable against Zalgiris.
- Vytenis Lipkevicius has a fractured foot and is out for at least 7 more weeks.
- Siim-Sander Vene injured his ankle yesterday in the last team practice and is out for 2 to 3 weeks.
Brose Baskets Bamberg
- Brose Baskets has no injury problems before its Euroleague opener against Unicaja.
- Joel Freeland is out long term and is not registered in the competition.
- Four players – Victor Khryapa, Slava Kravtsov, Anton Astapkovich and Mikhail Kulagin – were left out of CSKA’s 12-man roster in its last VTB League game.
Darussafaka Dogus Istanbul
- Erwin Dudley did not play in his team’s Turkish League opener. He is questionable against Sassari.
Dinamo Banco di Sargegna Sassari
- Head coach Brian Sacchetti has his team’s full roster at his disposal.
Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv
- Vitor Faverani travelled to Moscow is expected to play against CSKA.
- Dagan Yizvori did not travel to Moscow due to injury.
- Maccabi signed big man Arinze Onuaku and registered him in time to play against CSKA Moscow.
- Unicaja has a full roster for its Euroleague opener against Brose Baskets.
USA Basketball continues to prepare for the 2016 Rio Olympics. After a week of camp in which old faces and new got together to do some drills and get to know each other, it’s time for the showcase. Two teams comprised of 10 players each will square off in an exhibition on Thursday night at 10:30 p.m. ET. The scrimmage has little impact on who will ultimately make the team, but it will allow coaches to see how players interact and the fans to see some of the best in the world (and C.J. Watson) compete.
While there were some absences this year in terms of a full commitment to the camp, almost everyone that has been involved with USA Basketball in the recent past has at least made an appearance. That participation from stars ensures the possibility to assemble a potentially devastating squad in the quest for the gold medal in 2016. The program has also added veterans that haven’t competed at the highest international level in the past, such as Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge.
The U.S. national team won’t compete in FIBA Americas this summer, as it punched its ticket to Rio by winning the FIBA World Cup on 2014. This is the only game USA Basketball will play this year, and some of the stars that attended the camp won’t suit up.
It’s worth noting that this is the first Team USA intrasquad exhibition since Paul George’s devastating leg injury cut last year’s short. While the atmosphere will likely be more casual than ever after that moment, it should be an entertaining match.
Willy Hernangomez is returning to Real Madrid after two seasons on loan at CB Sevilla.
Hernangomez was the 35th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers and his draft rights were traded to the New York Knicks.
Hernangomez was teammates with Kristaps Porzingis on Sevilla.