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February 4, 2023

Final round for the All Girls

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all-girls-surf-Fluro@All Girls Surfriders held their final club round of the year on the weekend.

They had a huge turnout for the day with most divisions going into semis and finals.

Conditions were challenging with messy, sucky peaks out the back and elusive inside sections that were hard to find as they kept on moving.

All Girls Surfriders were also surfing this month in support of One Wave – Fluoro Surf. One Wave crews meet at many locations throughout Australia, such as Wategos, Manly, Bondi and around the world to surf together in Fluoro to raise awareness for mental health and the positive impact surfing can bring.

One Wave can be all it takes to get out of the funk.

The girls had a huge amount of fun covering themselves in fluoro zinc and dressing up.

The club want to shout out a big thanks to all the people that were there to help. They look forward to seeing everyone at their end-of-year presentation ceremony next week.

See the results of the round.


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