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Audrey Styman-Lane at Maxum Pro Junior

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Kingscliff junior surfer Audrey Styman-Lane advanced into the quarterfinals of the Maxum Women’s Pro Junior with an impressive performance at Cronulla on Saturday.

Styman-Lane on 11.33 was victorious over Keely Andrew on 9.06, Sophia Bernard on 7.24 and Stephanie Single on 5.97.

In the quarters Audrey surfed an 11.67 to beat French Polynesian Karelle Poppke 6.17, to then bow out of the comp in the semis with a 12.96 loss to fellow Aussie Keely Andrew’s 17.67.

Andrew, on 11.33, was the eventual runner-up to New Zealand’s Sarah Mason on 18.13.

More event news, scores, photos and more available via www.maxumprojunior.com.

 


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