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All Girls juniors (L–R): Tully Fraser, Indiana Martin, Leihani Zoric, Josie Morison, and Layla Ross. Photo Natalie Grono

Crystal Cylinders

The All Girls Surfriders April club round was held in Lennox in glorious weather with fun, consistent one-metre-plus waves for the duration of the meet.

The shallow, low-tide sandbank produced many paddling challenges for surfers, but a shout out to the junior and senior intermediates pushed their boundaries and were rewarded with charging rides from out the back.

Results:

Junior beginner: Josie Morison, Layla Ross, Indiana Martin, Tully Fraser.

Senior beginner: Breanne Brown, Lindsay Vaughan, Janet Pierce, Claudia Curchin.

Junior intermediate: Mia Baker, Leihani Zoric, Poppy Morison, Sasha Oxland.

Senior intermediate: Lou Webster, Ruby Johnson, Deb Gordon, Cory Whitney.

Wahine masters: Jane Collins, Kerene Bienke, Melissa Cook, Kellie O’Brien.

Opens: Juniper Harper, Sarah Morison, Amy Scott, Tamika Hudson. Longboards: Jen Hollier, Kerry Williamson, Marg Bryant, Georgia Laddin.


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