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Mothers Day at the Lennox Longboarders.

The 36 members who turned up for the Lennox Longboarders Mothers Day round got to enjoy a pristine day at Main Beach with one metre plus waves.

Standouts for the day were the mums and their commitment to surfing. 

Voucher winners were Adele Purbrick and Roz Brown.

The Martinovich lads, Kai and Dan (new to the club), were also standouts.

Kai won the Firsts and Dan came third in the Seconds final.

The commitment award for surfing some of the gunner sets on the bank outside went to Rob Rye and Will Petrie.


Firsts: Kai Martinovich, Matt Durkin, Nelson Stevens, Steve Walshe, Aden Corbett and Greg Gover.

Seconds: Will Petrie, Rob Rye, Dan Martinovich, Jim Baker, Terry Kay, Meg Smith.

Thirds: Max Squires, Eleanor Robertson, Celine Walshe, Adele Purbrick.

Fourths: John Eddy, Roz Brown, Tom Silver, Andrew Thomas. 

Fifths: Bob Mills, Jake Ryan, Heather Reynolds, Emily Simmonds, Liz Petterson.

Sixths: Grant Ryan, Reuben Greentree, Veronica Silver.  

First Round contenders: Nathan MacKenzie, Nick Mitchell, Wayne Booth, Mal Lewis, Steve O’Neill and Dan Naughton.

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