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December 5, 2021

Nippers carnival at Salt SLSC

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The Far North Coast branch of Nippers held their carnival at the Salt SLSC on the weekend with clubs from Cudgen Headland to Yamba competing in the event.

Nippers is the junior activities program that introduces children aged 5–13 to surf life saving, and at the carnival they competed in events including sprints, beach flags, sprint relays, surf swim and board races and relays.

For more information about Nippers, visit the Surf Life Saving website: www.surflifesaving.com.au.

~ Photos Eve Jeffery


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