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March 1, 2021

Lennox longboarders win all-girl contest

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Motion to save Lennox pavilion fails

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The Lennox All Girls Surfriders enjoyed sunny conditions for their October club round held at Lennox main beach in small but clean surf suitable for all levels of surfing. Senior beginner surfers (L to R): Nicci Meredith, Natalie Fraser, Belinda Wells, Seraphine Nadette and Breanne Brown. Photo Natalie Grono.

Local female surfers had some excellent results at the Mid North Coast Girls Surf Classic held at Rainbow Beach held earlier this month. 

Lennox Head’s Mel Mott won the over 55s Longboard division with Lennox Head All Girls Surfriders members Carol Stevens and Liz Petterson finishing in third and fourth.

The all-female competition and is in its 15th year.


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