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A leading company in the energy sector is
seeking to fill the following position.
TUBULAR SERVICES SUPERVISOR
• Computer Literate, Strong MS Office skills, Microsoft Excel
TBOSIET Certification will be an asset
High School Certificate -- Minimum 5 CXC passes
Application and Knowledge of preparation and running of
specialized tools and oversee offshore tubular running
Safety Procedures Related to Tubular Running Operations
Trained and experienced in preparing, testing (onshore)
and running (offshore) equipment including, but not limited
to, FX-600 CRT Tools, 1000 ton casing SBS and 1250 ton
7 5/8" SBS landing string equipment.
5 years experience as a Tubular Services Supervisor
Effective time management skills. Enhanced verbal and
interpersonal communications skills. Ability to work
independently and in a team oriented environment.
Send Resume to:
Chief Manpower officer,
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise,
50-54 Duke Street POS.
and also to
Human Resource Manager
Frank's Int'l T'dad Unlimited
6A Edoo Drive Edoo's Industrial Estate
South Trunk Road La Romaine
Closing Date: May 15th 2015
TURIN---Former Real Madrid forward
Alvaro Morata came back to haunt his
old club as he sent Juventus on its
way to a 2--1 victory over the holders
in the first leg of their Champions
League semifinal yesterday.
Morata, who moved to Juventus in
the offseason shortly after helping
Madrid to a record tenth European Cup
title, didn t celebrate after scoring the
opening goal in the ninth minute.
Cristiano Ronaldo became the com-
petition s all-time top scorer with
Madrid s equaliser in the 27th minute
but his former Manchester United
teammate Carlos Tevez also continued
his fantastic season as he restored
Juventus lead from the spot shortly
before the hour after being brought
down by Dani Carvajal.
Juventus, which last won the com-
petition 19 years ago, will continue its
bid to reach its first final since 2003 in
the return leg in Madrid on May 13.
Backed by a passionate home crowd,
the newly-crowned Italian champions
had the better of a frantic opening peri-
od.The fans bayed for a penalty in the
opening minute when Arturo Vidal fell
between two Madrid players and Morata
also went close.
The Spaniard did get his goal
moments later. Claudio Marchisio slot-
ted the ball through to Tevez and,
although Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casil-
las got a hand to the Argentine s shot,
he only succeeded in deflecting the ball
to Morata, who tapped in from close
That was Juve s fourth shot on target
in the opening nine minutes but it was
to prove its last on goal of the first half
as Madrid slowly got into the game.
Toni Kroos almost levelled
immediately but Juventus goal-
keeper Gianluigi Buffon dived
smartly to his right to turn the
shot around his post.
Ronaldo had been kept fairly
quiet apart from an early free kick
which came off a Juventus defend-
er in the wall. But he also went
close to the equalizer when he
sprung the offside trap to run onto
a through-ball from Francisco
"Isco" Alarcon but could only send
his effort wide of the right upright.
However, Ronaldo did level min-
utes later, heading into an empty
net from close range after James
Rodriguez hooked in a cross from
the right of the penalty area.
It was the Portugal star s 76th
goal in the competition --- one
more than Lionel Messi, whose
Barcelona side hosts Bayern
Munich in the other semifinal
Rodriguez almost got on the
scoresheet himself four minutes
from halftime but he headed Alar-
con s cross off the bar from five
yards out and Marcelo volleyed
the rebound narrowly over the bar.
Juventus had earlier had a
chance to restore its lead but
Marchisio s long-range effort
flashed just wide of the left
The Italian side was under pres-
sure from Madrid at the start of
the second period and it was
camped inside its own half in the
build-up to its second goal.
A corner was cleared to Tevez,
who went on a blistering run down
almost the entire length of the field
before being brought down by Car-
The tension was palpable and
the normally ice-cool Buffon
couldn t even bear to look, standing
in his goal with his back to the
action. However, Tevez blasted his
spot-kick straight down the middle
for his 29th goal of the season.
Madrid brought on Javier Her-
nandez, who had scored the late
winner in his side s 1--0 aggregate
win over Atletico Madrid in the
quarterfinals, and he almost leveled
but just failed to get on the end
of a cross from Sergio Ramos. (AP)
Juventus tops Real Madrid 2--1 in 1st leg
Juventus' Alvaro Morata, foreground, celebrates with team-mates Arturo
Vidal, left, and Stefano Sturaro after scoring the opening goal during the
Champions League, semifinal football match between Juventus and Real
Madrid at the Juventus Stadium in Turin, Italy, yesterday. Juventus won 2--1.
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