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All Girls Surfriders welcome three new life members

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The Lennox Head-based All Girls Surfriders celebrated the end of a fabulous year of surfing with a colourful presentation and the induction of three new life members at the local club.

The regional club has been running since 1992 and is the largest women’s boardriders club in Australia.   

The three new life members were Berenice Roberts, Pauline Menczer and Melissa Wright.

The perpetual trophy also went to Pauline for the highest surfing achievement after her third-place finish in the 2018 WSL World Masters contest.

The All Girls Hardcore Winter Classic perpetual trophy went to Juniper Harper, who got first place in the Junior Intermediates.  

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Opens: Nyxie Ryan, Jane Collins, Danah Besson, Sarah Morison.

Longboards: Maz Pentecost, Jen Hollier, Nat Grono, Marg Bryant.

Senior intermediate: Jen Hollier, Deb Gordon, Sylvie Hoarau, Nardeen Fry.

Senior beginner: Belinda Wells, Breanne Brown, Sonia Acret, Tracey Morison.

Junior intermediate: Juniper Harper, Poppy Hand,  Mahia Adams, Amelia Walker.  Junior beginner:  Alani Adamson, Taylah McIntosh, Ally Brisbane, Layla Ross.

Soul surfers: Cory Whitney, Renee Adamson, Melissa Cook, Marika Ilic. 


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